Saturday, October 5, 2013

Smells

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:24 AM



What a rant from the person finding perfume so offensive. Wonder what
chicken farm he/she was raised on to think people only wear fragrance
instead of taking a bath? If you have asthma at least there is medication
for that. I wish there was medication for all the body odors and unwashed
hair I have to endure downtown and on the bus. I'd much rather smell Chanel
No. 5 on someone than old sweat and urine-stained clothes.
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Bus Riders

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:24 AM



Jeers to bus riders who step onto the bus and then proceed to fumble around
in their pockets or purses looking for their bus pass or money, thereby
delaying the bus from proceeding until they pay and sit the heck down.
Considerate people have their fare ready BEFORE boarding the bus. The fact
that a bus has stopped to pick you up should not be coming as a surprise,
after all, you are waiting at a bus stop. So please, in the interest of
being courteous to the other humans who are sharing your journey on public
transportation, have your bus fare ready and accessible! Many thanks!
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Child Endangerment

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:24 AM



September 27th at Lindeke and 15th on railroad right-of-way a group of
adults, evidently protesting coal trains, gleefully romped and mugged for a
cameraman on the train tracks. That this group included, small children who
were allowed to play on these tracks at worst you are, indicates their sad
disregard for their children's welfare. Protest all you want just don't put
your young children on the tracks. At best you are using them endangering
them.
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Lifesavers!

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Thank you to the Lifesavers from Liberty Lake that stopped on the freeway
between Dry Creek and Superior, Montana on September 20th. Our friend was
stung by a yellowjacket while we were floating the Clark Fork River and had
a terrible reaction. The only option was to get him up to the freeway and
hope someone would stop and take him the the ER in Superior. After a number
of cars passed by you stopped and unbelieveably had an Epi-pen and benadryl
in your emergency kit. After giving that our friend started doing better.
You then took him to the hospital while we got the boat to the takeout.
When we arrived at the hospital 45 minutes later our friend was doing great
and ready to head home. There is no doubt in our minds that you saved his
life. Our friend may not have made another 45 minutes on the river. We
asked that you leave a name but you didn't so THANK YOU from three very
grateful fisherman. The cold water your daughter gave us was much
appreciated as well. We will all remember this act and play it forward.
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RE: Rocket Bakery Van

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Yes, love to have coffee, seems you know how to find me.
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Wonderful Ladies

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Cheers, to the wonderful ladies I had the pleasure of waiting on September
24th for a birthday celebration. My car window was busted the evening of
September 23rd (which was the first day of class) and my book bag, with all
of my brand new books was stolen. I was considering cutting a class and
using my tuition refund to purchase the books I had stolen from me, but
your generosity allowed me to purchase one of my books. Thank you so much
for your kindness! I promise to study hard. Much Love, Crash and Burn.
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My Lovely Home

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



I will miss the rocks and loud people at Boulder Beach. I will miss the
fries and coffee at the Satellite. The nights of karaoke, dancing, and drag
queens will never be forgotten. Plaza rats, you made life interesting on my
errand days (and I''m sorry I didn't have a spare cig for you). Hillyard,
never a dull moment. Wonderful accepting diverse people of Spokane, I will
miss you too. I will miss the small/big city life I had with you. I'll miss
not having to have an excuse to go downtown, because there was always
something beautiful to see. Talented musicians playing for a buck outside
of Olive Garden. Always someone you know coming around a corner and that
awkward reunion with them. I'll miss the artsy coffee drinking attitude I
sense so often. I'll even miss the drivers, ha ha. I built a life here and
it was truly an adventure. Time for me to move on for good, but I will be
back to visit. I hope others will take a look at the good in this city and
feel grateful like I do. Thanks for the 13 years, Spokane. Yours, J
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Wonderful Customer Service

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



To the long-haired guy at Starbucks Indian Trail, thanks for making us
smile. Your humor and positive energy brighten the morning! Keep up the
good work!
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Happy Again!

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



The deep blue water with the smell of sea salt a light breeze in the air,
you by my side holding me firmly, gazing into your eyes. your kiss so
tender makes me melt. I long for your passionate love that only you can
offer. To know our souls belong is everything to me. My heart is happy
again.
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Warm Thoughts

Posted on Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Cheers to John in Hayden, who treated us professionally when we called to
purchase wood from him. After going through the ringer with at least 15
other "wood suppliers", we were exhausted, discouraged and stressed about
what felt like a dead end road for our winter heating needs. Good
communication and service from John means now I can sleep peacefully
tonight knowing that we won't be left freezing this winter.
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