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January 31, 2019

OR, IN POLICE-RADIO CODE, A 10-117

8:08 p.m. A Kalispell man called 911 to report that he “felt like an octopus.” He then started singing Cher songs.

(Thanks to Roberto)

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Assault with a deadly weapon.

That's funny, because "I Feel Like an Octopus" was a Cher song.

Did he pass his audition?

If not, there's always the Masked Hasbeen....

11:29 p.m. Two Kalispell residents were screaming at each other.

Isn't that called a "karioke contest"?

Sounds like "Cher-to-pus" may have left something at the coffee shop...

"Feel Like an Octopus" is the follow up to the Bangles' "Walk Like an Egyptian."

This makes sense. If you felt like an octopus, what other songs would you sing ?

Is he planning a garden for the spring?

The more I read about Kalispell in the Flathead Beacon, the more I want to move there.

Key quotes:
"9:19 p.m. Two people were arguing in a Kalispell parking lot.

11:29 p.m. Two Kalispell residents were screaming at each other."

What's the bet the same two people were involved in both incidents?

(@JerrySTL - I agree! Road trip!)

Poor unfortunate souls!

For some reason I thought the little-known Cher octopus song, "Eight ways to leave your lover," was a likely Flathead County favorite.

Don’t most Kalispell residents feel like octopuses?

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