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Re: “Noises in the Night

I have experienced EHS throughout my life. Never knowing what this was I thought it was all in my head, excuse the pun, that it was something I was imaging.
After being jolted awake wondering "what the hell that sound was!!???" Was someone in my house??!! Did somebody shoot a gun??!!! When my pulse returned to a some what normal state and my mild headache went away was I finally able to fall asleep again.
I am glad I read this article and thank you Brian Sharples for identifying the BOOM in my head! It is reassuring to know it's not just me.

Posted by Heather Collins Meyer on 07/06/2015 at 9:26 PM

Re: “Noises in the Night

I have had EHS episodes my whole life. Sporadic but many many times, as well as experiences of ISP and myoclonic jerks. I thought it was weird! Have told many friends &,family but never thought of telling my Dr. Fantastic article!

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Posted by Tonie Thompson on 07/06/2015 at 8:52 PM

Re: “Why Sen. Andy Billig voted against freezing the $2 billion class-size initiative

If he knew it was an issue, he should have brought it up at the meeting. He "assumed" they would talk about it later, and appears shocked that reality didn't line up with his baseless assumptions. Even worse, he tried to pass the buck and blame it on other legislators when he failed to make an adequate investigation into the issues.

I've seen too much shifting of responsibility from this guy. I've seen him speak in person. I liked what he had to say. I even voted for him.

But he's lost my vote now.

Posted by whitlockfan63 on 07/06/2015 at 6:24 PM

Re: “WW: Legal weed law tweaks good for pretty much all parties

Wait a minute. Does this article suggest that excessive rates of taxation can have adverse affects on an entire industry? Wow. Who could have seen that coming? Well, other than anybody who took a macro economics course in college, who could have seen that coming? On further thought, other than anybody who's ever tried to run their own business or taken a college macro economics course, who could have seen that coming. Well, then there's the people who've lived long enough to experience surges in the economy after tax cuts. So other than people who have lived a while, tried to run their own business, or taken a college level macro economics course, who could have seen that coming?

Posted by muddydog on 07/06/2015 at 1:39 PM

Re: “A Culture of Support

Hearts and support. Kinda reminds me of the old Playtex brassiere advertisements.

Posted by muddydog on 07/06/2015 at 1:15 PM

Re: “Party of Five?

YES! YES! YES! This needs to be done.

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Posted by Trek on 07/06/2015 at 11:51 AM

Re: “Hikes Every Local Should Do

Jerry, ALL users should look out for others on the trail. A hiker quietly walking and popping around the corner in front of a horse can cause a serious accident. If you hear a horse (or anyone else) around a corner or through the bushes, you really should call out and let them know you are there. Courtesy to ALL.

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Posted by Smoki Bonser on 07/06/2015 at 10:23 AM

Re: “American Fabric

Why can't the President just issue some executive orders and outlaw the possession or display of the Confederate flag, or meetings where people espouse unpopular beliefs?

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by muddydog on 07/06/2015 at 10:03 AM

Re: “American Fabric

So now you're trying to pretend that your "accomplished nothing" comment was solely about helping blacks, when the very same sentence references the national debt, and before that you "pathetically" talk about terrorism and people supposedly laughing about dead soldiers.
Any thinking person realizes that the Republicans and Democrats of today have virtually nothing in common with those of the Civil War and the formation of the Klan -- if they did, the South wouldn't have switched from a heavy Democratic majority to a heavy Republican one.
And it's equally obvious to anyone who reads that Republicans have been the primary barrier to civil rights since the 1950s. And by the way, I didn't vote for Obama in 2012, either.
You also neglected to address other issues I cited, but considering that you apparently lack the honesty or reading comprehension skills to know even what you wrote, and that you continue to hide behind a pseudonym, I won't bother wasting more time on this comment.

Posted by James McPherson on 07/06/2015 at 9:28 AM

Re: “American Fabric

How exactly does killing Bon Laden stop violence in the black community? Were they enraged over Bin laden?

Equal rights for gays reduces violence in the black community? Really?

Couldn't care less, no matter how it was expressed is the truth and you know it.

Poverty in America is at it's highest level since 1993 according to the federal government.

47,000,000 Americans are using food stamps, the highest level in history.

Black unemployment is twice the national average and has hardly improved since Obama took office.

Cry about the Civil War all you like, Republicans won it and freed slaves, democrats formed the KKK and fought Civil Rights.

Calling people names only makes you right when you are a blind party flunky. To the rest of the world, you are simply pathetic.

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Posted by whocares on 07/06/2015 at 7:40 AM

Re: “Hikes Every Local Should Do

Hike these year round - good descriptions! The Liberty Lake Loop actually has MANY options that includes some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere AND longer hikes from the "Loop" all the way to Mica Peak (20-22 miles) :)

Posted by ts52 on 07/06/2015 at 6:39 AM

Re: “Misdiagnosed

I would suggest everyone to get a second opinion just to be safe. I have used a second opinion service https://secondopinions.com a few times and will continue to do so. For the time and price its well worth it. Very professional and saved me a bunch of money.They also gave me a coupon code to share “sy15" to take 15% off your entire order which should still work. I recommend getting a second opinion because it can potentially save your life.

Posted by Sharon Yuz on 07/06/2015 at 6:05 AM

Re: “Spokane company Beardbrand is on ABC's Shark Tank tomorrow night

The above product is really a great thing to be used as if I had the same one from:
http://www.beard-growth.com/

Posted by esterly_jason on 07/06/2015 at 12:21 AM
Posted by esterly_jason on 07/06/2015 at 12:19 AM

Re: “Hikes Every Local Should Do

Are any or all of these able to bring dogs on a leash? I'm sure I can look them all up but just wondering!

Posted by Hilary Brady on 07/05/2015 at 11:40 PM

Re: “Hikes Every Local Should Do

In number 1, the Rocks of Sharon, you gave the following FYI: "The area is popular with mountain bikers, too. On corners, be careful, listen for bike traffic from ahead or behind, and always make your presence known. Make noise!"

Sorry, but no. I'll happily step aside to let bikers or horses by, but it is their job to look out for hikers.

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Posted by Jerry Ringo on 07/05/2015 at 2:37 PM

Re: “A Senseless Death

I just now was told about this my son grew up in cle elum with Zach and worked in his parents family restaurant. He loved them all Zach was a great kid and never deserved this neither did his family deserve to have him taken away so soon... Zach would have been a wonderful father.
There needs to be justice for this family so anyone with information please help this family give them answers to their questions

Posted by Paulette Martin on 07/05/2015 at 12:32 PM

Re: “American Fabric

I have nothing to add other than, "James McPherson for the win!

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Posted by Brad Preston on 07/04/2015 at 2:42 PM

Re: “American Fabric

Exactly the sort of rant we'd expect from a racist hiding behind a pseudonym -- thanks for helping prove the point of the article.

"No one cares" Actually, Obama has repeatedly addressed that exact issue -- while he was "doing nothing" other than implementing health care, killing Osama bin Laden, granting gays equal rights, and a host of other things that you may agree or disagree with.

"Paul Dillon could care less when muslims kill American soldiers" You probably mean "couldn't care less" -- assuming you knew what you were talking about in the first place.

"he probably sits snickering with his lefty buddies about how servicemen deserve to die" That's just a moronic statement. Outside of the extreme RIGHT-wingers of the Westboro Baptist Church, no one I know thinks servicemen deserve to die.

"from his tone, he feels Mr. Beltran deserved to be murdered by two thugs" Equally moronic. Have someone read and explain it to you.

"That is the single stupidest observation ever made." Congratulations; you've surpassed it repeatedly here. And by the way, the economy is considerably better than when Obama took office.

But when it comes time to whine about virtually anything, gutless anonymous conservatives are first in line. Happy Fourth; don't blow off a limb with your fireworks.

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Posted by James McPherson on 07/04/2015 at 1:45 PM

Re: “The Real Threats

@Muddydog... so the answer is "not having a standard and fair working environment and decent benefits for the marijuana worker" to keep the price of legalized pot low?? I think criminals and the cartels will always have a corner on the market for lower priced marijuana.. that is why it is called "the black market". Why do common individuals in this region always argue against their own self interests??

2 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by schmidty on 07/03/2015 at 12:23 PM

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