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October 26, 2017


7:49 p.m. A law enforcement officer stopped a car because a passenger had fired a gun out the window. The officer was concerned that they were trying to hunt animals from their car, but the suspect said he was merely shooting signs from the comfort of his own car, which apparently is OK.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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Is Sign Season in Montana before or after Deer Season?

In that case, sir...


No, wait, then he would be shooting at other cars.

6:52 p.m. A guy was seen walking along a Kalispell street holding his head

Jacob Marley?

What kinda guns?
What kinda truck?
(People in Kalispell do not drive "cars.")

wanderer, it was more likely to be that Nic Cage Ghost Rider dude. Especially if the head was on fire.

Bueller, please explain to the class which "rights" are involved, or which are not, in shooting signs.

There's actually a place in the country where they still make traffic stops ? When they involve guns yet ?

How 'bout just Zumba?

"11:42 a.m. A Bigfork man discovered graffiti.

Thanks, I always wondered who started it.

wabbit season...
duck season...
wabbit season...
duck season...
duck season...

sign season... BANG!

6:37 p.m. Two Kalispell residents recently got into a heated disagreement about a loose dog. In hopes of literally and figuratively mending fences, one person decided to “extend an olive branch” and went next door to talk things out. Things did not work out and the police were called.

Apparently an olive 'baseball bat' doesn't meet the definition of a 'branch'.

A dog named Annie was wandering around Blacktail Mountain.

Sounds like the start of a Disney movie.

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