Saturday, May 25, 2013

I Miss You

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



To all my south hill, Blue spark, Waddell's friends, I miss you a lot! I'm
sorry I had to move away and I miss going down town, trivia and playing
dodgeball tournaments with you! I hope I can make it over to see you soon.
- T
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M.J.W.

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



I have no idea what I did to deserve an amazing man like you! I have never
been as in love or happy as am I with you in my life. I am completely and
ridiculously in love with you!
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A Big Cheers

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



to the SPD officer who responded to a hit and run/property damage incident
on our property last Thursday night. He was timely, professional, funny and
more than thorough. He even tracked down the showerbag who fled and hid in
his house. We're not typically rah rah SPD but he really kicked ass and we
appreciate his efforts.
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Good Samaritan

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



Hooray for the very kind person who found my coin purse with drivers
license, debit card, and cash in it at the Jr Lilac Parade! You turned it
in to the police with everything untouched. I can't express how thankful I
am for this! Thanks also to Officer Kevin H. For tracking down my phone
number and calling me to let me know it was safely in your hands. And
finally, thanks to my little sister Pat for meeting Officer Kevin and
getting it back for me. I had to rush out of town after the parade and
without help from all of you, I'd have been in a world of hurt! Thank you,
thank you, thank you!
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Spokane Loves You!

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



To the tall, thin woman who is loud and wonderful. You are kind to everyone
who talks to you. You can't walk a city block without someone reaching out
to talk to you. You are giving beyond the normal human ability. In a day
and age of hiding behind normalcy and status-quo, you are honest about
yourself and share the truth about how you're feeling and who you are! An
interaction with you is refreshing and leaves a person feeling better about
themselves. How do you fit all the people and things you care about into
one heart!? You drive your blue car around downtown offering socks and
waters, but instead give anyone you meet a piece of yourself. Cheers to the
best damn citizen of this town. May the kindness and love you hand out
freely come back to you one thousandfold.
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I Love You

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



Through thick and thin you've been there to see me through. You're the rock
I hold on to when times get tough, that makes me feel like everything will
be okay, as long as I still have an angel in my life. jj
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Shhhh!

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



I understand that this is a child friendly library, I get it. But what I
don't get is the adults talking as if they are in a large crowd, so they
shout their conversations. Many people come here to study and read, as well
as use your wi-fi. But it is difficult trying to get anything done because
of your obnoxiously loud chatter! And to make matters worse it nothing is
done to quiet down the chatter. Now maybe I'm just a grouchy old timer, but
I thought that libraries were a study friendly place, and not a zoo or a
daycare. Ironically, the staff got after someone for not using headphones
when their music was not even all that loud, and certainly not as loud as
the conversations they like to have with everyone ringing up. I understand
that you want to catch up, and I wouldn't mind it so much if you would just
learn the art of whispering. Many of us do have things to get done, and
cannot concentrate when someone in the room is literally shouting their
conversations.
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DOT

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



To the Department Of Transportation: I realize you have only 3 or 4 months
to complete construction projects because you require hot weather to do
them, but MUST you construct on every road at once? Every year the same
roads are worked on and every year all the roads are taken and you tell us
on the news to "Take a different Route". Why can't you work on one
North/South road and one East/West road at the same time? Please pave the
whole road and do it right the first time so you can stop wasting our hard
earned tax dollars. Thanks.
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Disrespectful

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



To the jackwad who allowed her little dog (encouraged her little dog!) to
do his business in the Greenwood Cemetery Memorial Terrace on Mother's Day.
What possesses you to be so thoughtless and disprespectful? You look
entirely old enough to know better and your cute little dogs with their
little cute floopy pony tails, really? It would have taken you another 5
seconds to walk them across the path to the forest edge. It's wrecks of
humanity like you that really make me worry about the future of
civilization as far as teaching our children about taking care of ourselves
and our little patch of earth and being polite and kind and thoughtful.
Assclown.
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Jeers Section

Posted on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM



Jeers to the Inlander for still having the jeers section. It is time to get
rid of the jeers section once and for all, like the horoscope. Anonymous
badmouthing does not make for a better society.
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