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Nice bit of writing!
From what I see here, Diane Middlebrook seems never to have known or spoken to a transgender person in her life. The reason she "just doesn't know" is because she's an outsider looking in, who hasn't even bothered to do her homework.
OK. Sasquatch believers answer a simple question for me. Why has there never been a dead Sasquatch body or bones found ANYWHERE? We have fossils from dinosaurs that lived millions of years ago, and even fossilized dinosaur poop, but no Sasquatch bones or fossils.
Go see Sharma read, and buy the book. Her writing is unique and powerful!
Guess what? This guy makes almost 8k as a FF a month, and turns out he has been "hiding" ANOTHER DUI in Idaho!!!!! Did he hide this from spokane fire department as well? Firefighting is a noble occupation. But not all firefighters are noble. House of cards coming down....
The author did a great job capturing the event!
According to Washington law the firefighter should have had a 30 day jail sentence and 2 year license suspension. Not "ordered released" by judge Wilson.
Nice! Did the firefighter with a prior conviction get let off with a warning and some random piss tests. He of all of them should have had stiffer consequences with a prior and being on the taxpayer payroll. Ridiculous.
Love this church and group of people. They do so much for our community.
Having grown up in The Big Thicket of SE Texas and spending ALL my spare time as an expert woodsman... I find the most astounding part of the entire Big Foot Phenomenon is the fact that these ,"Experts" who are on the TV shows and go out into the night, are the biggest bunch of wussies I've ever seen. They honestly expect a wild elusive creature to bless them with it's presence as they cower in FEAR behind the simplest of noises and as soon as a Big Footed Thrush Bird snaps a twig... HEAR THAT??? IT'S BIGFOOT!!!! I just KNOW it is... Hahahahaha... Absurdity in it's most theatrical form. If they ever DID see one, they would $&!# and fall right back in it and then run away in fear!
My grandfather told me stories of how the loggers of the 1900 - 1920s, building the railroad trams thru the virgin forests of Texas and the Louisiana border in order to move the logs out, would watch a tall hairy creature stand at a distance, and watch the camp every evening at dinner time as the food was cooking. It would stand with it's arms crossed and watch, curiously, but would run away if the normal routine of the camp was altered to the point of focusing on it or if it was even slightly approached... Some wanted to shoot it as proof, but the majority of men knew what it was and always over ruled... If not for THAT story, from my own grand father.... I would be a scoffer too! But 1900 - 1920 was 100 years ago, and we have destroyed MILLIONS of acres of our forestland and to exist in what we have left for OURSELVES is as rare as seeing an alien from outer space!!!! Whup!!! Chewybacca LIVES!!!
Two cheers for creating spaces where you're likely to find another with a common goal.
The show is amazing. My wife, daughter, her friend and myself had the pleasure of seeing it the day after Thanksgiving. It's no mystery why they shows are sold out -- the performances by all eleven ensemble members is spot on. It's emotionally moving, and thought provoking.
I would love to see it again at The Bing, but I'm not sure I could handle the intensity of it again. Next year, yes. By then I will be ready again. It's that powerful.
If you haven't seen it -- this Christmas Eve is the 100th anniversary to the DAY that the truce started and the story in the show takes place. Set your plans aside and go.
Most dating sites and apps I have found lack one important thing. You can't really get to know someone's personality through just a picture, then waste your time meeting them, just to find out they don't look like their picture, or their personality isn't really what you like.
Look at the site 2connects.com, because they let you also post videos, no automatic renewals and they do background checks on all that join.
No matter where you join, I will suggest researching which sites have the most complaints. I found the major sites seem to be the worst one's. Good luck and I hope this is helpful.
I'm a Spokane Chiefs Fan and we love him. All my kids have had thier pic taken with him and posted them on FB. One of my daughters even recognized him at Silverwood and asked if he was Recyle Man..... Nice guy in or out of character!
Lots of folks trying to make their world a better place one bottle at a time, but not by recycling. Sing together now : "I'm shippin' up to Boston ... ."
I have never seen him running up and down the stands looking for recyclables. All he does is play on the ice during intermission. He was putting on a show for the Inlander story. And Nancy is right, no one likes him. Sorry but it's true.
Wow negative Nancy. Mascots are part of the fun and Recycle Man is fun. It's very clear from watching him that he works hard to perfect stunts and dances in that costume (which can not be easy). I'm pretty sure he's use to both negative and positive responses but I have seen kids at both the ballpark and the arena dress up like him at games so you get off your high horse. At least he's making a difference.
He's awesome ! Recycle man makes it fun for families and kids. We need more heroes theses days and he serves as one. Great at Spokane Indian's games as well. Keep it up!
It's to bad nobody realizes that as far as the Spokane Chiefs fans go nobody can stand him. He is often booed when he is announced and at the very least you sure won't hear anyone clapping. As far as him saying that he doesn't compete with the other mascots I don't know what he does at the Indians games with Otto but it's obvious he competes with Boomer for the fans attention. If he absolutely has to be there I really wish he wouldn't be so public, he can walk around collecting trash or whatever but he needs to stay off the ice and out of the way.
Great example of the fine young men Coach Baldwin recruits to our community. One of the leaders who recruits fellow players to the Special Olympics Polar Plunge held annually at Liberty Lake.
Nice bit of writing!
From what I see here, Diane Middlebrook seems never to have known or spoken to…
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