Sunday, June 08, 2008
A metaphor. And a china shop.
Portland's finest Surrealism, courtesy of the editorial page of yesterday's Oregonian:
Never changing is Leonard's hearty embrace of the role than larger-than-life character. And two constants inhabit the attendant imagery.So, to summarize: A man becomes a head of cattle, enters a crockery emporium, uses a haberdasher's tool to enter a ventricle, and then catches fire.
And a china shop.
Shoehorn this much personality into the heart of our city's most potent civic debate, -- whether to allow dibs on sidewalk space at the Grand Floral Parade -- and there's only one possible outcome.