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Week of December 3rd

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Beautiful brunette County Clerk's Office I just want to say to the beautiful brunette wearing the black rimmed glasses that works in the County Clerk's office. We didn't talk but there was a couple smiles exchanged :) I'm sure you're just a friendly person with a beautiful smile. Not sure if you're single or with someone... if you're single I would love to chat with you more.

Late night shopping 11/14 Airway Heights Walmart 9pm-ish. Me, ridiculously cute girl shopping last minute (REALLY didn't want to) You, tall guy, were working in grocery section, had the most amazing smile. Thank you, it made my night ;)

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You Saw me Crying & tried to help To the blonde woman at the Davenport Hotel Thanksgiving buffet last night, around 1600-1700 hours... I was in the corner, by myself, crying. You came over and asked if I was alright, and if I needed someone to talk to. I snapped at you, and I'm sorry. I know, logically, that you were just trying to help and do a good thing. I have PTSD and social anxiety. I was having a major panic attack, one of the worst I have ever had in my life. I was trying to be invisible, and I guess it didn't work. I didn't want anyone to see me, I was trying to work through it. I was failing horribly, but by God, I was trying. I know you were trying to help, I know you weren't trying to make it worse. I'm sorry if you saw me literally to my car. I am sorry if I ruined your Thanksgiving, a time when you're supposed to happily be spending time with your family. I didn't mean to, I really didn't. I was having a very bad panic attack, and as much as I was trying to mitigate it, it wasn't working. I appreciate your kindness, kind stranger. I really do. I'm sorry if I snapped at you. When the PTSD takes over, logic goes out the window, and it's like being caught in a maelstrom in the middle of the darkest night. You're thrashed around, you cannot see, and even though you want out, you know it'll eventually end, in the meantime...You just wait for it to end. again....thank you and I'm sorry

Kellogg Cutie I was the girl stuck in Kellogg, ID, at a bar, and down on my luck. You were at the same bar with me and decided to "help a girl out". Thank you for your generosity and kindness. I am sure you remember the rest of the story and I hope I made some kind of impact on you. You sure made one on me. I would love for you to see me in a different mind sate, other than how I was that night (like a wounded deer-lol). Thank you. xo

Cute Girl @ Zips on 29th I mentioned that you had a really kind face Saturday evening, the 28th, while you were just getting off work. You seemed taken aback from the compliment. I meant it, you have the nicest eyes. If you remember me and feel like getting in touch, email me at [email protected].

Truck hit bicyclist I saw you, a large black truck representing Lexar homes with green decal, driving sunday night heading downtown on Division. As you pulled out of a parking lot you didnt check to the right to make sure it was clear and you drove straight into a bicyclist. You literally hit the whole front of his bike, and just kept right on driving!! As if it was no big deal, as casual as if it were a speed bump or pothole. How horrible.

>Re: chilawack6pak I'm pretty sure this was meant for me. You should know by now you did. I wish I had your forgiveness but you should also know I'm not looking to sign up again either. I'd just like to thank you. For everything. Most importantly though thank you for the most brutal lesson in always being honest. Your honesty in everything was inspirational. Only you will know, once you said something along the lines of never going to see a show in Spokane. Thenyou asked if that sounded douchey and pretentious. I said no. I lied. It was douchey and pretentious. I know how good you are at keeping promises to yourself. But look at you now! You're rockin it. Have a good one and enjoy the ride!

Thank you for showing me home Cheers to Spokane and "Downtown." "Words cannot express how perfectly you depicted Spokane... all those places were my world. Unknown of the production... we had left last year exactly when the video was released..and ironically we are planning on returning to home. Then, recently someone showed us.your video... I couldnt believe... It's the real Spokane... with real beautiful people... the parade is what got me... I cant think of a better bunch of people that that every-time l get a little discouraged about patience..i watch the video makes me SMILE HUGE. Spot on SPOKANE...Spot on!

Cheers: you saved my boots Cheers to the driver in the black sporty coupe on Thor who saved my snow boots. I had set them on the roof of my car and like an idiot drove off like that. The cheery driver pulled up next to me on Thor and with hand gestures indicated that my boots were still (barely) on the roof. I pulled off immediately and YAY there were two of them, just inches from the edge! Another block or two and one or both of them would have been gone for ever. Thank you!!

TERMINATOR Here's to the new Terminator, finally making a good movie with a decent plot and doing justice to the greatest action movies of all time! I'll forget the last three now.

Thankful for Vending Machines!!! My mother and I were thankful to be staying at a hotel on a dark Thanksgiving while Spokane was devastated by storm and power-outage. There were few choices for supper, so we placed an online order with Dominos and happily received confirmation. However, when the order was late we called the store and received no answer. Unlike Pizza Hut, there was not even a message machine stating the closure. We can't imagine that we were the only hungry customers who were led to believe we would be fed on what was already a dismal holiday. What possible excuse could a national chain have for such irresponsibility, leaving their customers to be thankful for vending machines?

Hello Batman Hoping for all the right answers to my online questions. I wish for you to be free of your uncomfortable life and embark on one you are deserving. You have so much love to give. It is a shame it has to be kept hidden and not revealed. Will let you know the answers good or bad. Wishing with all my heart they are all positive in your favor and hopefully mine. Loving you every minute and missing you. Batgirl

Dominos leaves Spokane hungry on Thanksgiving My mother and I were thankful to be staying at a hotel on a dark Thanksgiving while Spokane was devastated by storm and power-outage. There were few choices for supper, so we placed an online order with Dominos and happily received confirmation. However, when the order was late we called the store and received no answer. Unlike Pizza Hut, there was not even a message machine stating the closure. We can't imagine that we were the only hungry customers who were led to believe we would be fed on what was already a dismal holiday. What possible excuse could a national chain have for such irresponsibility, leaving their customers to be thankful for vending machines? Shame on them.

Bible Pushers In Front of The AMC You were yelling about original sin or something and it came off as aggressive and desperate. Also it is annoying. You interrupt the calmness in the air with your babble. Disrupting the peace is what they call it. Great Job!

Vandalism A-holes To the shitbags(s) who threw a rock through the back window of my truck & several other cars in the Edgecliff Park neighborhood on Nov. 29; If I could buy a tag and hunt you down, I would, but since that's not possible I'll promise you this instead; If I ever find you, I'm going to superglue your face to your ass! May everything you ever own be stolen or destroyed. ♦

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