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November 14, 2012

FOR THOSE OF YOU -- AND YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE -- WHO CANNOT GET ENOUGH OF FLATHEAD COUNTY:

Here's the police scanner.

(Thanks to Jimmy Madigan)

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I would not dare try this for fear of being glued to the radio 24/7.

Someone's horses got out, but the owner was able to get them back and close the gate. Officer is returning to whereever he 10-19s.

Someone found the Flathead LAW, on the radio
And the world could hear just how they felt
(They're must be fallin' snow, so you'll need your old brown overcoat)
They never said your names
But were lookin' for transients...

I was so surprised and shocked, and I wondered, too
If by chance you heard it for yourself
There's dogs 'n punks, & fighting drunks, 'n people don't know what to do!
But they said it really loud
They said it on the air
On the radio
Whoa, oh, oh
On the radio

Now, now
Don't it kinda strike you sad when you hear 'their song' -
Things in Flathead always sound 'out of tune'...
The only thing I hear is of nosy neighbors drinkin' beer
And threatnin' cops will be comin' by real soon
Whoa, oh, yeah, yeah
Then a Hungryhorse man called and I heard him say
He couldn't find his horse all by himself
Well, MAYbe if he FED him, he wouldn'ta left!! He just wants a meal!!
Cause they said it really loud
They said it on the air
On the radio
Whoa, oh, oh
On the radio

ligirl, original song reference? I can't make out the tune.

here you go, Guin: Donna Summer

please bear with me - all it takes is a word or 2 to trigger a song in my head...

ligirl, how do you then UNtrigger the song? Millions of bloglits want to know.

Also I should thank the poster because this is a wonderful way for me to hear my cousin's voice, even if he is mostly saying things like "Don't tase me bro!"

Note to self: Don't leave a police scanning frequency on your computer when you leave for the semi-annual fire drill.

Wonderful. I have an app for this on my phone, but like the dip I am, it never occurred to me to tune in anything but our local authorities.

Well played ligirl, well played.

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