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August 28, 2014


4:55 p.m. An employee of an Evergreen grocery store called in to talk about the “national day of rage.”

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are on their way!

Let's hope so. And don't let them leave!

"6:42 p.m. A Kalispell man found his missing vehicle crushed at a local steel and recycling company."

I wonder what made him think to look there?

'A Kalispell woman reported that she has received ten strange and threatening messages in the past ten minutes from someone in Florida.'

- she wouldn't be perusing the blog, now would she ?

"Please relax, sir. It is a national day of beige. Anything brownish will do."

I say either The Blog should schedule a strumpdate or we Blogits should arrange a meeting in Flathead County.

Florida DL Alert!

"11:36 a.m. Someone complained that a man in a semi-truck was swerving through traffic and driving like a “total idiot” down Highway 93 South."

This ends the Florida DL Alert.

11:22 p.m. A mountain lion was spotted on Caroline Road.

Whoa ! Some Mutual of Omaha action in the works.

@LeDud: Soon to be followed by "A mountain lion was potted on Caroline Road," methinks.

National Day of Sage?

That day is also known as April 15 with lesser known days being the day after the election.

It was the National Day of Rogaine.

Did you say National Day of Cocaine?

National Day of Raccoonage.

Oh God, not the raccoons again. The pink elephants always follow them.

If it's a National Day of Wreckage, I am so there!

Believe it or not, I'm reading this in a Whitefish motel room on Hwy 93, about a dozen miles from Kalispell. No truck, though -- just a rental car I've been using to enjoy Glacier National Park.

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