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May 01, 2012


8:07 a.m. “Half printed” money was discovered by someone who was rummaging around at the Creston landfill.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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That is about what our money is worth now anyway.

When will the National Guard wise up and infiltrate the he!l hole known as Flathead County? Haven't they all suffered enough?

"9:52 a.m. A man on Mission Trail has reportedly compiled a list of people who habitually drive too fast."

From the Washtenaw County Beacon: 12:48 PM. A cranky old man with too much time on his hands called to inform police that he had compiled a list of people whose lawn service violates the local noise ordinance (as soon as Amazon delivers my nice new DB meter, that is.)

And Cindy, I'm afraid it's gone beyond just infiltration by now -- it's going to take full-on shock and awe to straighten out the dog-and-chicken wars up there.

10:13 a.m. Fishing line and power bait were reported stolen from an Evergreen store.

Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, then he will steal fishing line and power bait so he can eat for the summer.

Better hope they don't find anyone's name and address on an envelope underneath the pile of garbage at the Creston landfill...

Officer, I cannot tell a lie. I put that envelope under the garbage.

A 300-pound pot-bellied pig escaped from its Evergreen home.


Last call for the Group "W" Bench!

I'm gonna guess that their copier ran out of ink ... but also wonderin' if half of a $50-dollar bill is werth $25 ...

max: What kind of bait do you use for power?

Oh. That would explain the half-printed money.

Wow. I had no idea the risks I was running driving through Kalispell some years back. I was lucky to escape with my life!

Kudos to Ross for the "Alice's Restaurant" line!

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