Recent study indicates the start of what might be the the "70's - 2.0"
WCNN - Lifestyle and Gossip Commentator
August 7, 2014
Naturally, our first thought was "this can't be true", but then we went to Tigard and found the extent of the hippie invasion. As we questioned the residents it seemed that everyone was now a hippie. Former citizens seem to be converting from normal to hippie every day.
New legislation is starting to hit city council by the newly founded and elected National Hippies for a Better America political party, or the NHFBA. Examples of this new legislation include: Making the city flower officially the Sunflower, Making public drinking fountains come straight from the rivers, banning cars newer than 1980, and banning anything that costs more than 1,000 from being owned by anyone in the city (with the exception of fine Italian leather clothing).
When asked, one council member denied any contradiction between being a hippie and a member of a political party. The council member asked that their name not be given due to "[My] philosophical views that the media is just a white ghost among the stars, and does anyone really know that the media is even a real thing, man?" - we had to leave the interview with that.
Carl Daisy-Water seemed content, yet motivated to make Tigard a refuge for all hippies, but even the highly Liberal Portland residents think they've lost it. One pedestrian in Portland offered; "I see myself as a Radical Revolutionary, and these hippies are simply invading on our movement and capitalizing on our long fought war against the devils in media and the satanic rulers in government. They just popped up and took our fight and made it their own. They are not welcome in Portland." When we asked why the pedestrian didn't credit the hippies as being a movement started long before they were born, the reply was "I'm done talking to you media swine!"
So it appears the hippies are here to stay, and it appears that Tigard, OR has finally found it's place in the country - the most made-fun-of city in America. Portlanders were actually upset that they have now moved to the 2nd most made-fun-of city in America. Plans are underway to make Portland even stranger than it already is based on new documents made public by the city council.
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