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May 25, 2018


2:53 a.m. A Kalispell man declared himself to be a “sovereign citizen.”

(Thanks to funny man)


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A sovereign citizen of Kalispell? I wouldn't be bragging about that.

A Kalispell resident found a horse “strolling down the driveway.”
Police generally don't get involved in situations like this unless the horse is moseying down the driveay.
Somebody needs to take away everybody's Apple watches.

If, by "sovereign citizen" he means

"Independent incompetent island unto himself"

then his permit is approved and must be tattooed uon his forehead.

A mountain lion on the roof or a fiddler on the roof. Which is the most irritating?
I'm thinking here...

I have to wonder if the 9:26 "Man sleeping in van" was the proud Sperm donor who fathered 65 kids, from the other blog entry. He would be understandably fatigued after making his rounds.
He may have then switched vehicles and been the 5:13 "Brown station wagon swerving", if he was pressed for time, due to his earlier nap, and didn't want to pull over to stock his "inventory".

12:19 p.m. A Kalispell resident accidentally called 911 from their Apple Watch.

12:31 p.m. A Kalispell man called 911 because his ex-girlfriend keeps breaking into his truck and taking naps in it.

Same guy?

8:14 p.m. Some kids were laying in a parking lot smoking something.

Somehow I interpreted this as:

Some kids were in a parking lot, lying about smoking something.

You get this in Nevada a lot. There is a fringe movement that says as a sovereign citizen, you are not subject to the jurisdiction of the Sovereign State of Nevada, and so can travel freely in the highway, regardless of whatever regulation it is you want to ignore. The cops even put it in radio calls now. “We’ve pulled over someone on 15 here... he’s going sovereign”.

The counter legal argument is “Oh yes you are, too”.

Even has a Wikipedia page. As usual, beware of edits by duelling nutjobs.

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