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And thank God George Nethercutt is not in the presidential candidate mix. The man who renaged on his "two term" limit stance who was then quickly shown the gutter after his two terms of doing nothing to help his constituents. Try writing objectively George ~ it will be good for your soul!
Kudos to George Nethercutt for writing an unbiased article. Though we live in different political camps, George took the high road about what's needed from our political leaders. Younger Americans need to get involved ~ the Baby Boomer "hippies" of yesteryear let $$$ become their god and many of them became the corporate machine that exists today. Thanks George!
This was a very good Xmas show that showcased Brian's guitar prowess but also how well an 18 piece band interacts with the songs being played. I'm glad when acts like this try out Spokane ~ those who support music need to get the word out to their friends and families so we can collectively sell out the joint. I only wish that Brian stayed around for some meet & greet along with signing the merchandise instead of bolting out of the place after the show was over.
The was an underwhelming Neal Young show due to his focus on playing just about all of his new album versus playing his classic hits. Way too many songs about Monsanto when the crowd really wanted to hear Neal's 60s through early 80s material. Glad I got to see him on his Rust Never Sleeps tour + several more times when his music was relevant & frequently played on the radio.
Amazed that this dolt is still allowed to publish his monthly drivel in the Inlander. What hypocrisy spews forth from his messages! His editorials are by far the worst rubbish printed by the Inlander each month.
Last night @ 7 PM as I was leaving my house on the upper South Hill, I heard a buzzing sound (like either a bunch of angry bees or several kids on motorized go carts) when I looked up to see a a 4 propeller driven drone zipping above 57th Ave as it headed east towards Brown's mountain. At that point, it reversed course & headed back west. Besides a blinking white light (like one would see on incoming planes), this drone obviously had a camera attached as it surveyed the area. Now I have a better understanding about why a small town in Colorado passed a law allowing its residents to shoot down any drone that flies over their properties.
Kudos for the Mixed Reviews article. Hard to imagine why the Congresswoman is held in high regards by her contituents as she´s done little to nothing to help the NW (especially the poor within the Inland NW).
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