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March 28, 2020

FLATHEAD COUNTY COPES WITH THE PANDEMIC

10:45 a.m. A Kalispell man did some social distancing by sitting in his backyard by himself and firing his gun almost nonstop

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

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Civilians should not be permitted to use porta-potties.

3:13 a.m. A man got a flat tire but didn’t want to stop so he started driving on the rims as far as he could get. Now he can’t move or change the tire. He wanted some help.
I'd be afraid to stop in Flathead County even without the threat of Covid-19. As for the guy throwing his daughter's clothes out of the window, and some of the other incidents, I think this is all just a side effect of too much time together.

I'd move to Montana, but it's too damn cold in the winter.

@wiredog - winter there is only 9 months, and then you have the endless SUMMER!

@Qaz and wiredog---The parts of Montana I have spent time in, the locals claim they have 9 months of winter and 3 months of mosquitos.

The hour after the first frost kills the mosquitoes and before winter starts can be pretty nice.

"2:47 p.m. A Kalispell man reported that there were two fourth graders on his lawn and they refused to leave."

He actually called the cops to get 8 year olds off his lawn? Doesn't he have a hose?

Some of the fourth graders in Kalispell are probably 15 years old, iykwim...

Sitting by yourself, shooting your gun nonstop is Kalispell-speak for "Get off my lawn!"

6:15 p.m.--A creepy guy was carrying a mirror down the street.

The reason for the 911 call was the guy had no reflection in the mirror.

6:15 p.m. A creepy guy was carrying a mirror down the street.

Has anyone seen Stephen King lately?

3:33 p.m. The toilet paper from a local porta-potty was stolen.

If you were in the situation to be using a porta, your life may have just gone from bad to worse in that moment

Cindy, you were kind to add the apostrophe that wasn’t in the report, but given Flathead County, the resident might really have thrown his daughters.

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