Street Parked Lambos

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by Anonymous

To the dude (always a dude) street parking a pair of Lamborghinis just south of Killingsworth near PCC: You’ve taught everyone a lesson. If you’re going to put a small house’s worth of car on a street around the corner from cheap bars and pizza joints, be prepared to pull an all-nighter or two. Seeing you out on the front porch with your people at 1 a.m. watching over your Italian dream machines made me think about just how committed you were … Read More

Need help with a query

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I am attempting to make a query that list the average count of members per month. I am running into a wall of how to count the member field then average it in one go.

SELECT DatePart(“m”,[Dispatch Date/Time]) AS [Month], Count([Responding Members].[Member ID]) AS [CountOfMember ID]

FROM [Responding Members] INNER JOIN Calls ON [Responding Members].[Alarm #] = Calls.[Alarm #]

GROUP BY DatePart(“m”,[Dispatch Date/Time]);

is my starting SQL but I am still someone new to this and for the life of me have not been

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Need help with a query

Best Microsoft Access Programmer Portland OR

I am attempting to make a query that list the average count of members per month. I am running into a wall of how to count the member field then average it in one go.

SELECT DatePart(“m”,[Dispatch Date/Time]) AS [Month], Count([Responding Members].[Member ID]) AS [CountOfMember ID]

FROM [Responding Members] INNER JOIN Calls ON [Responding Members].[Alarm #] = Calls.[Alarm #]

GROUP BY DatePart(“m”,[Dispatch Date/Time]);

is my starting SQL but I am still someone new to this and for the life of me have not been

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Control Source field (that sums 30 different form fields) is not recognized with After Update VBA code. How can I get my VBA code to trigger the After Update function whenever the Control Source field auto-updates in real time?

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On my Access form, I’ve created a locked text field that auto-calculates the sum of 30 other form fields as a Control Source. I wrote a VBA macro that I want to reference this Control Source field that will then inform the text status of another field in real time. The problem is, when my Control Source field (that adds up the totals of many fields) updates, this update doesn’t trigger as an After Update event, so my VBA to update the text field

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Good Morning, News: Prepping for Coronavirus, City Blames Police Shooting Victim, and Christian Sentencing Phase Begins

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Good Morning, News: Prepping for Coronavirus, City Blames Police Shooting Victim, and Christian Sentencing Phase Begins
by Blair Stenvick

Stay up to date on Portland news and politics. Looking for fun? Here are the best Things to Do in Portland today.

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Quanice Hayes HAYES FAMILY

Good morning, Portland! PSSTTT: You can pick up a new issue of the Mercury today!

Here are the headlines.

Closer to Home: Health officials are growing concerned that the coronavirus could soon spread to the United States in a big way. Rather than panicking, you can read up on symptoms and preventative tactics on … Read More

Newly entered record in my table and form gets counted as the first record instead of the last??

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Hey guys,

I’m a basic user and I built a Form that is used to enter records in database. Everything for fine until today when suddenly both the form and the table decided to miscount all new records.

When I enter a new record in the form everything is fine and I save it, but when I re-open the form to check, it’s not listed as record 376. It’s listed as the First record…

The same thing happens when I enter a new record

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On the Streets Today: The Mercury’s Gender Empowerment Issue!

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by Mercury Staff

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PAIGE MEHRER

Welcome to the Mercury’s first-ever Gender Empowerment Issue!

Why dedicate an issue to gender? Well, to put it bluntly: We’re living through something of a gender revolution. As women continue to grapple with how to gain and use power, men are adjusting to a world in which they’re being asked to share that power more often—and realizing that toxic societal notions of masculinity have done them a disservice. The increasing visibility of transgender and nonbinary people is shattering … Read More

The Most Delicious Things to Do in Portland: March 2020

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by Mercury EverOut Staff

The Portland Mercury‘s Highball
BEHOLD! The return of the Portland Mercury’s HIGHBALL! Brace yourself for 50 specially crafted cocktails available March 16-22… for only $5 each! We’ve teamed up with dozens of the finest bars and restaurants in Portland—along with our cocktail-lovin’ pals at Beam Suntory and Portland Beverage—to bring you this one-of-a-kind boozetacular! At each of Highball’s locations, you’ll find specially crafted cocktails. Even better? Each of these fantastic cocktails will be available ALL DAY (not … Read More

Wm. Steven Humphrey’s Adventures in Newspapering: I’m in the Market!

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Wm. Steven Humphrey’s Adventures in Newspapering: I’m in the Market!
by Wm. Steven Humphrey

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“Is this a news outlet or a child’s indulgence?”

That’s an interesting question FOR ME from Mercury reader S. Miller, in response to reporter Blair Stenvick’s recent article about trans high school student Nikki Kuhnhausen who was murdered in 2019. In the very first paragraph Blair wrote about how Nikki defended other trans students from being bullied for their choice of restrooms, aaaaaand… that’s all it took for Miller to lose his mind and write the following letter.

“WTF?” Miller … Read More

Smart and Ultraviolent, The Invisible Man Will Leave You Reeling

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Smart and Ultraviolent, The Invisible Man Will Leave You Reeling
by Robert Ham

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Mark Rogers/Universal Pictures

Film students and theorists are going to be studying the career of writer/director Leigh Whannell for decades, trying to suss out how this young Australian has mined piles of gold from high-concept but low-budget popcorn fare. Whannell’s been responsible for bringing two hugely successful horror franchises into the world—the sagas of Saw and Insidious—and, in 2018, turned the fairly ridiculous B-movie plot of Upgrade into a hit thanks to his stylized direction and pulpy action sequences.

Whannell … Read More

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