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May 29, 2012

JUST WHEN YOU THINK THE SITUATION IN FLATHEAD COUNTY CAN'T GET ANY WORSE...

9:12 a.m. A Bigfork man described a suspicious substance falling from the sky. A deputy discovered that it was pollen.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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A suspicious substance falling from the sky; and what is oozing out of our ground?

Obviously this man hasn't been in the Carolinas lately. Lately I get suspicious if I don't see pollen falling from the sky. Why would you call the police because your kid is throwing a fit over an X-Box? Next time they should just call the newspaper and put it in the classifieds under "For Sale".

An Olney woman reported her handgun and bible as stolen.
Hmmm. Is Johnny Cash still dead?

Pit Bulls congregating ? Russian Mafia ? I'm going to avoid Flathead for awhile.......

I went out walking
With a bible and a gun
The word of God lay heavy on my heart
I was sure I was the one

"An Olney woman reported her handgun and bible as stolen."
THAT situation should be self-correcting.

7:15 p.m. A trucker was seen throwing a fit at a Bigfork market.

7:38 p.m. A young man broke down and refused to function after his parents took his Xbox away.

Apparently something is "infecting" Flathead residents. I would agree it's wise to stay away until the CDC declares an "all clear". Waiting, you don't suppose "zombies" was some sort of code for infected Fatheads, do you?....

Funny Man ~ It's in the pollen.

I've been telling you, it's Twin Peaks come to life.

More like Twin Peaks without a life. An entire county of people with too much time on their hands.

Wouldn't Flathead County Cops be the greatest reality show of all time?

I'm not sure who would play the pollen, but I'd nominate Fantasia Barrino and her industrial strength Idol Spanx Catsuit to play the victim whose gun and Bible were stolen.

"Prodominatly" ???

I knew that video linked by the first post would be yet one more example of unbelievable ignorance when I saw that "word" ... I was correct ...

Whoa, man - whatever you do, don't describe that suspicious stuff as "Powder (white)"!

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