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June 29, 2012


3:44 p.m. A man called 911 from an Evergreen shop to report that he just had his oil changed but the “computer in his car” tells him that it had not been done.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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They've got a real problem with dogs in Flathead County.

'...a mailbox on Creston Road blew up.'
'Another mailbox, this one on Many Lakes Drive, exploded.'

Flathead County - where even the mailboxes are 'going postal'

Flathead might really be an ET beachhead.

6:18 p.m. An Evergreen man complained that his mom came over and beat up his girlfriend.

8:12 p.m. A woman was seen huffing aerosol cans in an Evergreen parking lot.

Where do you think Mom gets her super-human powers?

I believe they are already here, Dave.

When will the madness that is Flathead County end? I spent several hundred dollars last Spring because my check engine light wouldn't go off. I finally fixed it for about ninety-eight cents. I put a piece of black electrical tape over it. So, don't always believe what the car computer tells you.

And the fix for the car computer is even less than 98 cents, Cindy. Someone should tell the idiot he has to press the reset button after the oil change.

"8:13 p.m. A woman called 911 from Hungry Horse after a woman jumped out of a car that had stopped in the middle of the road, ran around then jumped back in. The caller assumed that the passengers of that vehicle were most likely intoxicated."

When I was a lad, we did this all the time, under the name "(Insert ethnic identification here) Fire Drill." Alcohol was sometimes but not always involved.

About the exploding mailboxes, I blame credit card bills.

Nurse Cindy, in case you did not know it, you are such a girl.

Maybe he should change the oil in his computer.

The exploding mailboxes are due to the fireworks stands opening this week...

"... The computer in his car tells him that it had not been done. "

Who you gonna believe...your computer or your mechanic ? "

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