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Friday, February 12, 2010

HEY ODOT, 'BUILD A BRIDGE THAT CONNECTS US ALL'

Posted By on Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 4:07 PM

It reminds us a little bit of some of the music that came out of Dennis Kucinich’s presidential campaign, but we’ve got to give Ari (the hippy rapper) Lesser props for working lines like "Those who don't have a car still do pay public infrastructure taxes too..." into his rap about why ODOT ought to rebuild the Innerbelt Bridge with a bike and pedestrian lane. We can imagine ODOT’s Innerbelt project manager Craig Hebabrand grooving with the hip sounds as he gets up from his desk to select a donut. It’s kind of catchy, you know? — Michael Gill

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