North Portland resident Stacey Schroeder stands on the bluff along WIllamette Boulevard overlooking Swan Island and the Daimler Trucks North America plant, as her daughter picks dandelions in the distance.Schroeder and other neighbors blame Daimler for paint odors in their neighborhood, and they blame the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for failing to fix it.Convinced they are being exposed to dangerous paint and solvent fumes, neighbors have filed hundreds of complaints about the company.

This isn't the first time Adam has made a fake product used for meme purposes.

Last month, he made a fake Starbucks ad promoting Pumpkin Spice patches that was also shared to his Instagram.

But the state’s report, which has been criticized for having a flawed methodology, downplayed the problem and concluded the odors were not a nuisance. “We have a company that is not going to change unless you force them to change,” Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek, D-Portland, told regulators at a recent community meeting.

Neighbors of Daimler Trucks North America protest the company’s new headquarter opening.

Tony Schick/OPB/Earth Fix Adam Bartell felt like a crackpot for complaining about air pollution in his neighborhood.

The smell of paint fumes in University Park was potent, frequent and eventually intolerable.

And it would appear that he has taken his own advice judging from the number of viral memes he has graced social media with. Dedication and patience which he said are two of the sure fire ways to create great content that people will share and laugh at.

Other gentlemen to make the cut this year were Chris Hemsworth, Hugh Jackman, Idris Elba, Jimmy Fallon, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Chris Pine, Pharell Williams, Ronan Farrow, Justin Theroux, and David Beckham.

He smelled it in the morning when he took the kids to school.

He smelled it in the afternoon when he picked them up.

Bartell’s neighborhood sits on a bluff overlooking North Portland’s Swan Island industrial district.