Welp: Cover Oregon has died.


Hold on, let me make this clear. Cover Oregon is no more. It has ceased to be. It’s expired and gone to meet its Maker. This is a late progra… it’s a stiff! Bereft of life, it rests in peace. If John Kitzhaber hadn’t nailed it to the perch, it would be pushing up the daisies! It’s rung down the curtain, joined the Choir Invisible…

This is an ex-program.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

PS: Told you so.

13 thoughts on “Welp: Cover Oregon has died.”

  1. Now with no more smug commercials, hippie musicians will be forced to return to the street corners and harass the ones who work for a living.

  2. Bet that Oregon won’t be smart enough to dump the politicians responsible for it, aka Democrats. 2nd look at the State of Jefferson again?

    1. Oregon could be tipped .. just needs more people outside Portland to counteract that bit of weird.
      Trouble is, most of those moving *to* Oregon seem to be fleeing .. California.

      1. Yes, but some of us who fled are saying “Never again!”
        Alas, many of the “progressives” who have invaded Oregon believe that socialism would have worked, if only the right people had been in charge.

  3. Seems that is was only mostly dead until this point…time to go through its clothes and look for loose change.

      1. Even Miricle Max can’t resuscitate Cover Oregon. Introduced the kids to the first half of this classic today…still funny after many years.

        1. Guess my link-fu is something to be desired…. was supposed to be a link to The Princess Bride on IMDb…which is also my new-found resource for the question….”Should I show this movie to the kids?”

    1. There was a scene in We’re No Angels that taught me never to go thru dead people’s pocket. Little Alophe might be napping.

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