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Re: “'I Thought I Had Everything Under Control'

If you are suffering from depression, I recommend the http://destroydepression.com system.
Written by a former sufferer of depression, it teaches a simple 7-step process to eliminate depression from your life.

Posted by Ellie James on 11/25/2014 at 3:41 PM

Re: “'I Thought I Had Everything Under Control'

Congratulations on your hard-won success! Keep it up! I admire you for helping yourself and others deal with an incredibly difficult challenge. Bravo!

Posted by Andrea on 11/25/2014 at 2:43 PM

Re: “Ferguson: Calm down... for what?

Michael Brown did not die because he was black in America. He robbed a convenience store, assaulted the clerk who tried to stop him, and then assaulted the police officer who tried to stop him. The tragic outcome was the consequence of his actions.

7 likes, 5 dislikes
Posted by muddydog on 11/25/2014 at 1:54 PM

Re: “'It Just Felt Right'

Bless you. May you continue to find happiness and be an inspiration for others! Being true to oneself, no matter who one is, is the most courageous thing anyone could do.

Posted by Lorelei on 11/25/2014 at 1:10 AM

Re: “Inlander 2013 Short Fiction Contest closes at midnight

When is the winner announced???

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Carla Clark on 11/24/2014 at 6:33 PM

Re: “Dialing up the past: The return of the Tiki Lodge

Never worked at the Tiki. But my first hotel job (I am retiring in January) was at the Trade Winds in 1977.
About at tropical as Missoula in December.

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Frank Kuchno on 11/24/2014 at 4:15 PM

Re: “About a Boat

Wonderful and touching chronology. I, too, own a 1971 Jolly Roger, and would love to put together a comprehensive design history. I think this might be a good starting point for that. Is there a way I could contact you, for a little guidance?

Posted by Lew Townsend on 11/24/2014 at 2:05 PM

Re: “MONDAY MORNING PLACEKICKER: Zag Machine rolls to Top 10, Seahawks are back and it's Apple Cup week

No love for EWU Football? #4 seed into FCS Playoffs and potential hosting Montana next weekend?

Posted by GoEags on 11/24/2014 at 1:07 PM

Re: “CONCERT REVIEW: Mötley Crüe's fiery final U.S. show

I find it amusing that they and Alice stayed at the Davenport....can you imagine watching THAT ontarage walk in...!? Lol!

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Posted by Denise Guiles on 11/23/2014 at 1:19 PM

Re: “Meet the guy who's giving away thousands of dollars in cash to the homeless in Spokane

I'm assuming that the point here is that there are many ways to "help" people. Since he's new to the area maybe he's not familiar with what we offer. I don't think he's saying not to giving to bigger organizations or Volunteering is a bad thing just breaking it down to a basic level to encourage sharing. As to the background I applaud the Inlander for researching and making sure all facts are present. Some people make bad mistakes and pay for them. Once the jail term/parole has been completed we as a society need to help incorporate them into "normal" life again. As to his victims. I hope he has returned what he can and I assume the compassion he seems to have for the homeless extends to them too.
I don't think the "public" face of Spokane has much of a leg to stand on when spouting about treating the homeless with diginity and respect. Look at the laws they've passed with the no sit/lie laws. The attitude seems to be see no evil/ hear no evil/ speak no evil. At work (yes downtown) I over hear conversations about buying dog food to eat because it's cheap and won't spoil, sore arms/legs/back due to carrying everything they own on their backs, where the best places to go and warm up without lectures of how they deserve the injuries that no longer allows them to afford a place to live. Afterall they didn't become a bachlor degreed citzen swimming in debt and about to go postal etc... This is the "respect" this city offers it's homeless.

Posted by Autumn Estes on 11/23/2014 at 10:10 AM

Re: “Torture scenes on TV are worse than icky — they're boring

Pavel gets totured by Jack Bauer

Posted by Chris Hao on 11/23/2014 at 7:38 AM

Re: “Who's In Charge?

Seriously? The former planning director was all talk. As much as people wanted to believe his words because he has an amazing gift for telling people what they want to hear, there's no substance. The mayor did the right thing.

A better analogy would be to cast Chesney as the tailor behind the "Emperor with no Clothes." Fortunately, he was let go before he caused a major embarrassment.

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Posted by thriller on 11/22/2014 at 10:19 PM

Re: “What We Aren't

i am trying to love it. i want to buy a home here and fight the good fight. issue i have is it seems to toxic with no end in sight. stayed at holiday inn downtown overlooking the river....only to wake to views of the paint company spewing pollution (right next to the college!!! LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1)). Aluminum plant seeping to the aquifer . spokesman owned by paper company who pollutes 24/7, sure take a nice hike up high dr and watch the smokestack on the horizon...oh boy what fun.....swimming? good luck!!!! if somehow i am wrong feel free to advise.

Posted by bob on 11/22/2014 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Hairy Matters

*sheepishly* I remember FireHouse, Danger Danger and Britny Fox. And Bang Tango, BulletBoys, Junkyard, Dangerous Toys, Kix, L.A. Guns, Faster Pussycat, and on and on and on. Loved it, and still rock out to it occasionally.

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Posted by Lucas McIntyre on 11/22/2014 at 12:56 PM

Re: “Hairy Matters

At some point self destructive hedonism is no longer brash youthfulness. It's old, tired and creepy. Better to burn out than to fade away. Retiring the band is the only way to avoid self parody.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by muddydog on 11/22/2014 at 12:28 PM

Re: “The Lives on the Bus

Welcome to my life.

Posted by AmericanErrorist on 11/22/2014 at 2:29 AM

Re: “Transit, public use and the problem of parking lot pee-ers

I am concerned with the decision to basically close down the second floor at the plaza. Will the patrons that use the plaza to maybe connect to other busses be able to use the 2nd floor restroom or are they planning on moving that too?
How about the businesses that on the 2nd floor, will they be forced to move out of the plaza, or will they be given a choice to move downstairs at maybe at their own expense? I feel that maybe STA will have to offer an incentive to relocate in the Plaza

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Posted by Thomas Redmond on 11/21/2014 at 4:31 PM

Re: “Transit, public use and the problem of parking lot pee-ers

I agree. Spokane needs more, not less, vibrant public gathering places. The closest thing we have at this point is the atrium at River Park Square Mall, which let's face it, is pretty much a shrine to capitalism and the Cowles.

This is a city damn it! We have hundreds of thousands of people dedicated to life here. We aren't some grimy little gas station between Seattle and Minneapolis. We deserve more than a Spartan, stripped-down transit hub that no one wants to stand at!

The retroactive leadership at DSP, GSI and Visit Spokane (why are the tourism people even associating with the other two at this point?) can go to the dark, dank, abandoned pee-smelling urban hell that they would foist upon the rest of us.

After all, didn't we get the memo that only those with wealth and power should be able to afford dignified conference rooms? Only those in cars deserve to minimize their exposure to the elements outdoors? That only those paying the rent-a-cops should feel comfortable when they come around to question your right to exist where you are?

People are sick and tired of this elite tyranny. We work way too hard to be treated like stray dogs and be bossed around by these corporate cats in our own city. This is not a company town. Spokane is marching towards a brighter, more inclusive future whether the good 'ol boys are ready or not! If they were smart they'd jump out in front and claim credit for the bright new Spokane with emboldened public institutions. Instead they are wasting their time (and in some cases OUR tax money!) trying to stuff us back into the kennel where they think we belong.

Nope! Try again boys. Better go hurry up and publish another report about your austerity agenda while the media is still listening!

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Posted by FedUpAndOverIt on 11/21/2014 at 4:21 PM

Re: “Announcing the Inlander 2014 Short Fiction Contest — now with cash prizes

This is why we love The Inlander! Thank you for offering this contest.

Posted by Sophia Aldous on 11/21/2014 at 10:43 AM

Re: “'It Just Felt Right'

I'm so proud of her. What an insperation.

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Posted by Mirm Stevens on 11/21/2014 at 7:36 AM

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