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Re: “Who Do You Trust?

Socialism, communism and progressivism killed 250,000,000 people in the 20th century. Today's democrat celebrates mass murderers like Mao, Stalin, Ho Chi Minh, Hugo Chavez, Che and Castro.

All you really need to remember is that the number of people killed is far higher than the number of people who benefit from their policies and that Robert Herold celebrates them.

I guess Charles Manson did have a brother.

Posted by Spokanite on 07/31/2015 at 11:11 AM

Re: “Seven Ways Drought is Impacting the Inland Northwest

Spokane does not use 180 million gallons of water a day, that is simply a lie. A simple phone call could get the actual number. That number is actually about 125 million gallons a day, being off by 33% is unimportant to a leftist, as long as it pushes the agenda, right? Gallons used per capita are actually 25% lower than in 1950.

Warmer winter weather does not necessarily mean dry weather, it could just as well rain. Rain is moisture and relives drought as well as snow.

It is no surprise the river communists found a dead fish in the river, fish live in the river and fish do die. The trout could have just as well died from a catch and release fisherman treating them poorly or a river communist hitting one with their boat.

The water has no doubt warmed up in the past and the fish are still there. The river has flowed slowly and the fish survived. I would not panic just yet.

Much like the "Ice Age" weather that would destroy us in the 1970's, socialist science is actually wrong more than you think. What happened to the much predicted global famine projected to occur in the late 1980's? It was supposed to wipe people from the earth. We will be on to the next scare shortly. I have a feeling too much rain will spell doom in March of 2016.

Apocalyptic flood anyone? Quick turn on John Stewart and get the next socialist infomercial.

Posted by whocares on 07/31/2015 at 11:05 AM

Re: “Festival of Food

My favorite Baconapolis sandwich is the Tuna Melt, my son's is the Italian with a big slice of mozzarella and of course bacon. Amie Wolf is a true North Idaho girl. I hope you take the time to meet her and tell her Kelly says hi.

Posted by Kelly C on 07/31/2015 at 10:52 AM

Re: “Subtraction by Ad Dishin'

It should be pointed out that Rusty is aware of the term rim job. He simply acts stupid about it because he feels awkward with his son. That was pretty obvious.

Otherwise I agree that a lot of the gags were expected because of the marketing.

Posted by arcaneadam on 07/30/2015 at 11:56 PM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

My son needs help also. Unless he "agrees", there isn't a thing I can do. There is a universe sized hole in my heart & soul. My condolences Meyer family.

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Posted by Kathy Nelson Jones on 07/30/2015 at 9:25 PM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

Methadone as replacement is just as dangerous, if not more so. I know too many people that have either used it to detox from heroin, or for pain management, and are now just as addicted to it. It not only can be less expensive to obtain, but also comes with a doctors prescription. The woman I have called grandma since I was 7, is usually on her face when I see her now, definitely more so than when she was using heroin. I don't pretend to know how to fix this problem. I do know though that it should start with better funding for mental health, and addiction treatment. We need laws changed, and more compassion and empathy, instead of tossing these people to the side as though they are worthless. Everyone is loved by someone. Even addicts.

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Posted by Eggsmom2 on 07/30/2015 at 9:21 PM

Re: “Beware, Be Ready

Here is a link to a follow-up article by the New Yorker author with more of a focus on preparedness: http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/how…

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Posted by The_Spovangelist on 07/30/2015 at 5:06 PM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

As a criminal defense attorney--and as a former professional journalist--I must say that this article isn't "News." It's sad, but it isn't news. The family did all they could. I have hundred of clients and most have some sort of addiction. Addicts commit crimes to support their habits (unless they are rich housewives who can pill shop various doctors while keeping under the radar, or something similar). This young woman's story is a cautionary tale to those who romanticize the "Sid and Nancy" side of drugs (i.e. Art, Rock n'Roll, William S. Burroughs, etc.). And for parents and friends it's a reminder that one cannot help an addict until the addict really believes he/she has a problem. Just a sad story all around. I would have published this story under the InHealth section.

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Posted by Paulette Burgess on 07/30/2015 at 3:36 PM

Re: “Seven Ways Drought is Impacting the Inland Northwest

Would have been interesting to hear reports from Green Bluff growers --- strawberries came and went lickity split as did cherries. What's the expectation for the rest of the growing season?

Posted by DavidGreen on 07/30/2015 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Psych ward at Sacred Heart retains doctors, agrees to cut bed count by two-thirds

And one more thing I would venture to add -- all the things in the BEST program will undoubtedly be helpful and much needed. But sometimes a bed is a bed, and in those situations there is no substitute for a bed for safety reasons. It is extremely difficult for community healthcare workers to find appropriate care when there are just too few beds.

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Posted by mental health provider on 07/30/2015 at 12:03 PM

Re: “Psych ward at Sacred Heart retains doctors, agrees to cut bed count by two-thirds

I'm glad you are bringing this to our attention. One thing I might add -- they aren't called "psych wards" anymore. The term is stigmatized and old. A more clinically appropriate term is "psych unit."

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Posted by mental health provider on 07/30/2015 at 11:58 AM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

Her gateway drug was marijuana, according to this article. Anybody who has endured the hell of addiction or the hell of having a loved one with addiction can tell you that the experience ends all debate about legalization of any drug. If legalization leads to even one more tragedy like this one, then the price of legalization is too high. sXe for life.

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Posted by muddydog on 07/30/2015 at 11:09 AM

Re: “Seven Ways Drought is Impacting the Inland Northwest

The "hoot owl" fishing restrictions are described incorrectly. Fishing is not banned "between midnight and 2 pm". Fishing is banned outside of that time frame. Fishing is only to occur between midnight and 2 pm. http://wdfw.wa.gov/news/jul1615b/.

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Posted by comment on 07/30/2015 at 10:27 AM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

My heart goes out to each and every parent dealing the same hand, prayers lifted high!

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Posted by Marcia R. Braymiller on 07/30/2015 at 10:15 AM

Re: “The Future is Smaller

The next generation expects LESS because socialism delivers FAR LESS. It is a sad commentary when publication celebrates the failures of socialism as a positive. No house? No chance to afford a house and no way to finance a house on your $15 buck an hour McDonald's job,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,thank socialism.

No retirement and no inclination to plan and save for retirement? Thanks socialism and the false hope of millions of Americans that the government will feed and care for them in their twilight years. As the Greeks are learning, having money in a bank controlled by communists and socialists means you are still in poverty with everyone else. They seize the banks and refuse to allow you access to your hard earned money. With socialism running the show, "fairness" means everyone is ruined equally.

Millennials, sitting in a park "socializing" with other poverty stricken losers is kind of sad actually. Posting your jobless stories of dope smoking and bongo drum parties instead of working an eight hour day at a job that would fully fund a nice life, a modern day tragedy. A sad, sad testament to the rise of communism and government funded misery for all.

The future is SMALL, for those who expect their lives to be funded by those who work. The future is dark for those who put their faith in government programs instead of self reliance.

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Posted by whocares on 07/30/2015 at 9:55 AM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

Spokane Heights Detox Center.......16 bed in-patient medical detox facility. 888 324-9870
Abstinence from drugs and alcohol, along with compassionate staff to provide case management for continued therapy upon discharge.

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Posted by Debbie Stapleton on 07/30/2015 at 9:27 AM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

Spokane regional health district/ opioid treatment services 509-324-1420

Spokane Treatment Solutions 509-795-3143

These programs offer methadone maintenance. It is not only medication but counseling and hope. It does not save every person but it has saved many.

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Posted by April Fairfield on 07/30/2015 at 7:06 AM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

They say God has a reason for everything, I still haven't understood this and don't know if I ever wi'll. I alike Rachel battle the same demons daily and it scares me to death not to mention having to witness my younger brother dealing with it to and than this happens. My heart aches seeing my brother and Rachel's family going through this I want to be the protector the savior but this was a above me by miles... If I could share something it is to be understanding with your loved one's to forgive an most of all to be grateful for them. Focus on how they make you feel when things are going good not the bad, because when they're not here you'll feel selfish to think anything less of them ever, I can tell you this through my personal experience there's nothing worth or even close to every moment you got to spend with that person. I hope others see this and take something from it cause on some real shit I'm broken an everyone else thats close to this tragedy is to. Rachel I'll always be thinking of you, I know you'll be watching over us, you're beautiful.
Always & forever
Love your brother,
-Daniel-

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Posted by Dan Jones on 07/30/2015 at 3:24 AM

Re: “Hopeless for Heroin

Suboxone or methadone maintenance, it works, they block the opiates, anyone that needs it, the health district and lakeside on north Monroe! This story is so sad! My best friend a former cps case worker and tang case worker fell victim to heroin, she's now in Spokane county facing 10-15 yrs fed time for theft n drug dealing to support her habit! I beg anyone that has a loved one gripped by the hands of heroin the most successful way to treat is with maintenance and its covered by state and private insurances! Best if luck n my prayers to everyone fighting this nightmare!

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Posted by Angela Sage on 07/30/2015 at 12:04 AM

Re: “Psych ward at Sacred Heart retains doctors, agrees to cut bed count by two-thirds

I am glad you have posted a more accurate article about the psych dept at SHMC this time. Yes there are 72 beds but there is also an outpatient child program known as the BEST program. It is exciting that SHMC is adding more support staff to help the doctors. In addition to ARNP's, there will be someone to help with insurance companies too. And in the BEST program, psychologists will be helping more with the behavioral aspects while the doctors concentrate on just the meds. SHMC is also talking more to the staff about how support staff might help in other ways. This is the first time in years that admin is seriously looing at what we need instead of just how to cut more from our program. In the end the patients will get a much better treatment program than there is now.

7 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by health care worker on 07/29/2015 at 11:24 PM

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  • Re: Who Do You Trust?

    • Socialism, communism and progressivism killed 250,000,000 people in the 20th century. Today's democrat celebrates mass…

    • on July 31, 2015
  • Re: Seven Ways Drought is Impacting the Inland Northwest

    • Spokane does not use 180 million gallons of water a day, that is simply a…

    • on July 31, 2015
  • Re: Festival of Food

    • My favorite Baconapolis sandwich is the Tuna Melt, my son's is the Italian with a…

    • on July 31, 2015
  • Re: Subtraction by Ad Dishin'

    • It should be pointed out that Rusty is aware of the term rim job. He…

    • on July 30, 2015
  • Re: Hopeless for Heroin

    • My son needs help also. Unless he "agrees", there isn't a thing I can do…

    • on July 30, 2015
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