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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Spectators

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Stinky Singlet @ NC. To the Shadle parent or grandparent with the short
grey hair at the "Stinky Singlet" competition, congratulations on being a
negative influence on our Shadle kids. You obviously have a thorough
knowledge of the sport, and that would be a good thing to talk about in the
stands. But of course you don't stop there! You feel the need to open your
big mouth and proceed to call the NC coach "Froto" amongst other names at
the top of your lungs, and also throw your two cents in at the referee's
and everyone you can on our opposing team in the most disgusting form of
poor sportsmanship I've witnessed in some time. Why don't you go to your
local tavern during a game and act like that? Well probably because someone
would tell you to shut your trap! And after you started running your idiot
mouth, did you see the effect it had on our kids in the stands? Well, they
figured since you were acting that way, it would be perfectly acceptable
for them to start the same kind of taunting/bullying and poor sportsmanship
garbage. Thanks a lot for ruining the game for me, and jeers to you for
being a poor sport, bigmouth, bully shithead and a poor influence. Why
don't you do everyone a favor and stay home when it's a high school
competition and take that mouth to your local bar, I would love to hear how
that works our for you. By the way, the Stinky Singlet, the Groovy Shoes
and other competitions also have a spirit competition in addition to the
sport being played, and bigmouth bully's like you are not teaching the kids
anything positive. People like you are the reason the kids don't have any
respect for anyone or anything these days. Go take a long look in the
mirror and think about it, you jerk. No one likes you at our competitions,
so why don't you just stay home? It would be a win-win for the adults and
the kids.
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To The No Show

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Jeers to the jerk who no showed on Saturday night. You made it sound like
you had every intent on showing up - you asked the time and the place to
meet. Then you just no-showed. You should've had the common courtesy to let
someone know you are not coming, instead of leaving the person just hanging
and wondering. Thanks for confirming that you are indeed a selfish asshole!
You will never know what a truly awesome person I am!
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RE: Fireworks

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



The next time you decide to go rant and rave about an event it might be a
good idea to watch the news a history book or read the magazine that you
felt a need to post in. At least then, you would know who to direct your
selfish comments. Gonzaga was celebrating it's birthday and victory of that
night's basketball game. An institution that has been in Spokane since the
1880's and has had a significant impact on the area ever since. An
institution that provides almost 800 jobs and educates nearly 8,000
students every year. And you had to ask why they felt a need to celebrate?
And since "you obviously don't have the brains to realize it" I''l point
out to you that on any given night throughout the year someone is going to
have to work the next morning that's life. Fireworks aren't scary. What's
scary is knowing someone could look at such an event so negatively. Life is
short so stop being a downer and enjoy the amazing show along with the rest
of Spokane... on Gonzaga's dime.
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I'm Not Sorry

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



I call, you start yelling at me for disturbing you. I don't call or send
you texts, you shout that I don't care about you at all. For you everything
is about sex, not about spending time and loving me. You think that sex is
love. You can't see there is a huge difference between them. In the end, I
have my integrity. I did try with you. Even when I caught you out in the
lies that I sensed since the first time we talked, I tried to make it work.
All I asked was that you tell me the whole truth, but you're obviously
unable or unwilling to do that. I'm sorry that I've closed you off, but
you're not the person I fell for. What's more, you never were. If you were
going to sink our ship, then I was going to take you down with me. I feel
no remorse. One day you'll understand why I did the things I did, and
you'll thank me for it. It was never about you. You should stop being
paranoid, because none of -anything- is about you. Be free. If I ever hurt
you, I'm sorry, but I just wish you'd stop jumping to unfounded conclusions
about me and my actions. You're making me feel like a horrible person, but
I've done nothing wrong. I had a feeling you were going to do this to me,
even months in advance. And also you're allowed to be angry, but I'm not
supposed to have different emotions? The fact that you're still thinking
about me is worrisome. I dated a sociopath.
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Cheers to 'T'

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



for making my day at the drive-thru at Jack in the Box in Airway Heights on
2/1. Man can you spit some lines! Thanks for the sourdough Jack and Diet
PHD Pepper! I will be rolling through aggain soon!
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Punks

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



Thursday night driving past Shadle Park High School, I almost got hit by a
dark colored jeep with 3 people in it that appeared to be teenagers. One of
them leaned out the window and threw eggs all over my car as I pulled over
to avoid hitting them. My 2 year old son was in the back seat. I was just a
random stranger to them. Later after wiping my car off as good as possible
at the gas station and finishing shopping, I ran out to my car in the
Shadle Walmart parking lot where I left my wallet. The same jeep was parked
next to my car. I wasn't sure at first, until I looked at the passenger who
was wearing the same hoody, looked at their license plate, and then looked
back up at them, at which point they threw a soda at me. Thank you for
confirming you were the same punks. My baby shouldn't have to smell rotten
egg every time I turn on the heat to keep him warm because your parents
don't know how to raise you with respect.
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So Sad

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



You worked at the Chevron and we were friends. I enjoyed seeing you on the
nights you worked. I was broken hearted when I heard you quit. I put this
in this catagory cause my heart is broken. I won't see you again. I know
you read the Inlander so I hope you see this. I will miss you. Take care
and good luck. I hope someday we run into each other so I know how you are
doing. Miss you.
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One Year

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



I suitcased all my possessions. A journey bound to where you nestled a new
home. Late nights of courting expressions. A house built with hands, wood,
wire and stone. Months prior we ignited desires. Just a boy and a girl
trying to conquer the world. Our chests burning bright with the warmth of
bon fires. A want for each other not gems, gold, silver or pearls. Moon lit
rides they fill our nights. Warm fingers and hands they come together. We
are free, wingless but still accomplishing flight. Everything feels so
right and nothing is better. You are a bright red rose that does not fall
but rise. The girl with the chamomile eyes. One year it has been. One year
to begin.
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Pet Expert

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



We want to thank Jason at Petco for all his wonderful help. My friend went
there with a list and lots of questions and he stayed with us all the time
and helped us so much. We just want him to know how much we appriciated his
time and info. He should be employee of the month, we were so pleased.
Thank you again, you're awesome.
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Thank You From A Veteran

Posted on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 8:23 AM



I want to thank the family with the young children who paid for my meal at
the Cd'A I-Hop a couple of weeks ago. I would have done so sooner, but I
didn't know how until my daughter told me about the Inlander. I am the
91-year-old WWW II veteran that was in a booth there. I did notice your
family, but since I'm hard of hearing, I was not aware you had done such a
kind thing until after you'd left. I'm assuming it was my hat identifying
me as an old vet that prompted your action. Though I've never felt that I
contributed or sacrificed as much as others did in that war, I do very much
appreciate your thoughtful and generous deed. Thank you again.
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