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Poor Man's Prick

Portland, Oregon, is a revolutionary kind of town, and so it's not all that surprising to find, downtown near Fremont Street, a building emblazoned with a big, red, up-with-the-people fist. What is surprising, in this case, is the accompanying slogan: "Acupuncture Can Change the World." An acupuncture..

Portland, Oregon, is a revolutionary kind of town, and so it's not all that surprising to find, downtown near Fremont Street, a building emblazoned with a big, red, up-with-the-people fist.What is surprising, in this case, is the accompanying slogan: "Acupuncture Can Change the World." An acupuncture clinic would hardly seem the place for radical fervor, and yet at Portland's Working Class Acupuncture, a new kind of revolution is taking place-albeit a very quiet one.Each week more than 400 patients pass through the clinic, including hotel maids, grocery-store stockers, and baristas-not exactly the Volvo-driving yuppies you might expect.

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