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June 27, 2012

FLATHEAD COUNTY TOURISM REPORT

2:35 p.m. The owner of an RV park in Hungry Horse reported that tourists from Florida complained about the remoteness and lack of cable in the park. Additionally, he claimed that the women threw herself onto the floor and yelled. He claimed to have never seen anything like it.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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In my defense they didn't even have a TV antenna in that lousy R.V. park! I mean, this is terrible.

Ah, wilderness!

It is never a good thing When Floridians Hit the Road.

I wonder what Montanans complain about when they go to Miami.

wiredog --
The Montanans I know complain that people in Miami waste ammunition because the natives can't hit the broad side of barn.

What do Montanans complain about when they go to Miami?

No mountains, of course (except for the Dade County landfill, which will be the only part of South Florida to survive global warming)

"(except for the Dade County landfill, which will be the only part of South Florida to survive global warming)"

And people say Global warming is a bad thing?!

I have a "dumb" phone, very simple. Why?
Because I learned from my daughter's example.
We went for a long hike in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky yesterday.
Beautiful hills (called "mountains" for some reason), plants, spiders, waterfalls, etc.
But my daughter wouldn't know because she spent nearly the whole time watching her phone for an Internet signal.

3:27 p.m. A Hungry Horse woman reported that an unknown man shot and killed her dog while she was taking him for a walk.

As Groucho might say, never ever take an unknown man for a walk. What you don't know might hurt someone, or even you. (How he got into my pajamas in another story,)

Additionally, he claimed that the women threw herself onto the floor and yelled. He claimed to have never seen anything like it.

Clearly, this man has never had toddlers.

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