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May 30, 2016

MEANWHILE IN FLATHEAD COUNTY

6:31 p.m. A Kalispell woman reported that she was changing her toilet seat, but got tired and took a nap. When she went back into the bathroom she found a large snake that she suspected came up through the sewer. An animal warden found no snake, but suspected the snake she saw was the reflection of her beige pants in the mirror.

(Thanks to Stan Ruth)

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Having a LOW alcohol content causes a lot of problems, so I keep " hydrated", so to say.

The music playing in the background during this incident had to have been ZZ Top doing Tube Snake Boogie.

4:34 p.m. Someone reported that a suspicious woman was sitting under a lilac bush next to a school in Evergreen. She attributed her strange behavior to low blood alcohol content.

Normally she'd be passed out?

Many of our problems and solutions cause by LBAC.

"Someone reported that a drunken man conversed with the trees as he urinated on Riverside Drive."

He's obviously an idiot. If you want intelligent conversation, you're supposed to talk to yourself, not trees.

And if the above isn't enough, at 11:16 AM someone on Lenwood Lane captured a cat. The excitement never stops in Flathead County.

Wouldn't these Flathead posts be even better is Rod Serling were reading them ?

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