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July 26, 2014

FLATHEAD COUNTY: WHERE THE CRIME WAVE NEVER BREAKS

8:30 p.m. A pizza delivery guy walked into an elderly man’s house to find that the man “looked dead” and was surrounded by flies. The delivery guy assumed the man had expired, left the residence and had his manager call 911. The man was only sleeping and stated that he no longer wants his pizza.

(Thanks to Stan Ruth)

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No, but the flies want it.

And they are welcome to it.

A Kalispell man reported that his wife and mother-in-law were intoxicated and yelling at him. He added that his mother-in-law slapped him across the face.

Did this have anything to do with that pizza?

These are the bravest people in the world, to live in a hellhole like this.

(Sing-song voice) "...there's no flies on me."
Oh, wait.

There seems to be an mini-epidemic of exploding mailboxes in Flathead County. I used to get Dynamite magazine in the mail when I was a kid, but I don't remember that ever happening except for those four times.

This scene was depicted in a Jeff Goldblum movie.

bet he got stiffed on the tip, too

[Cyber-shakes the virtual hand of the always cleverly witty ligirl]

You can tell if it's flies ordering the pizza by their tiny little voices and the high pitched giggling in the background.

Anybody else feel sorry for Kalispell man that was getting yelled at by two women? If I were him I'd join the transient behind the tree.

if you are getting yelled at by 2 drunk chicks you might let off some steam by blowing up mailboxes. Just sayin.

Meanwhile Hungry Horse Road is eerily calm.

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