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Twitter's Still Having A Field Day Over Oregonians Having To Pump Their Own Gas

Starting January 1st of this year, some counties in Oregon did away with the law that requires some gas station attendants to pump gas. Before moving on, I guess we should take a moment to agree that we've all been doing it wrong apparently. So much energy could've been saved, right? 

Okay, well, it turns out a whole lot of Oregonians are NOT OKAY with having to join the rest of us gas-pumping peasants. Maybe that time spent waiting for the gas station attendant to fill up the Subaru or whatever, was previously spent on richer pleasures in life like eating all the Nature Valley bars whilst stealing time for a quick 5 minute hike around the nearest forest. 

People on Twitter are having a field day over the news that Oregonians still have to pump their own gas.
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Mike Rowe needs you to hear him loud, and hear him clear, when he tells you he's not robbing banks.

The former 'Dirty Jobs' Host and 'Deadliest Catch' narrator's under a great deal of scrutiny after an image of what appears as Mike Rowe from a frickin parallel universe, holding up a bank, surfaced. The resemblance is uncanny, in every sense of the word.

The rumors went viral after various folks across Facebook joked that this was a maddened, wild ploy by Rowe to kickstart a new season of 'Dirty Jobs.'

Rowe was quick to the punch and fought to quell the fast uprising of these rumors by releasing an alibi on his Facebook page: "For what it's worth, I was in Kansas Monday, and can prove it, if need be."

Rowe went on to bury himself in a bit of a hole by offering up something of an outlandish theory, "what if the thief was not an idiot, but a clever person of below average height wearing a Mike Rowe Mask?"

Alright. Will the real Mike Rowe please stand up?

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The first bit of the Megavalanche is really more about dodging all the fallen racers squirming in the slush to get back on their bikes. Jamie Nicoll shows that’s no easy task, as he goes down twice in the first two minutes of the mass-start downhill. Nicoll still managed a 7th place finish.
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The Pedal Pub is nothing new, but this particular one in Bend, Oregon does an excellent job of keeping the microbreweries in business. Keep up the good work!