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February 07, 2018

PARENTING IN FLATHEAD COUNTY

3:14 p.m. A Kalispell father could not get his kids to come out of their bedroom so he took a can of bear spray and fired it under the door to smoke them out. The man had reportedly been drinking.

(Thanks to Roberto)

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Parenting a la redneck.

So ... what exactly is the problem?

How many bears gave their lives for one can of bear spray ?

Father of the year. Better than the comics this morning.

Kids? Damp towels jammed into the door at the bottom. Just sayin'.

"The guns and ammo store doesn't open until 10:00?!? But I may not still be MAD by then!!"

@Stix - exactly my feeling too. My upstairs neighbor was partying at 3AM and I wanted to go there with a gun. The problem is that I don't have a gun, and my Walmart opens at 7AM. So instead I opened a beer or five and watched soccer reruns of the Turkish league.

If they don't get that plow working in Coram, things could turn ugly. Perhaps the ox has thrown a shoe or frozen. They need to get on this.

Thumbs up, Loco

Cletus would have deployed a skunk.

Where is the SWAT (Serious Whack at Teenagers) team when you need them?

In Flathead County cats have chains and hookers? Man, that is one wild and crazy place.

8:10 a.m. A car was blocking a plow truck in Coram.

8:50 a.m. Additional plow problems were reported in Coram.

9:54 a.m. The plowing situation in Coram had not improved and now a man was standing in front of the plow flipping the driver off.

2:30 p.m. A Kalispell man was having what appeared to be a pleasant conversation with his neighbor about snow plowing when she told him he was a terrible father and left.

Well, Le Petomane, it seems the plow managed to get from Coram to Kalispell, then things got, well, Flathead.

Flathead County, the American Dream!

And the kids..what happened to the kids?

Yes, I have seen a few hooker cats in my day too, but I try to stay away from them. They're not friendly.

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