"Cheers to..." You made my week with your remarkable words I must say as a
regular reader (4kknd years) yours is definitely top 3. I thank thee with
your depth and insight compared to thee article right above it. There's no
doubt about the Love. Fore I truly hope you get what you are seeking.
To the PUNK, JERK, POOR EXCUSES FOR HUMAN BEINGS, that hit my adult son
while he was crossing the street and left him unconscious and bleeding in a
puddle of blood on Saturday night 09/15 on 3rd and Indiana in Cd'A, ID. He
laid in the road for 7 hours until a man walking his dog found him! He saw
you hit your brake lights and heard your tires squeal as you left him
there. You could of at least called 911 and sent help to the location get
him. By the way, as you hit him into the passenger side of your windshield
post, he saw your faces and your Subaru before he flew, 8 ft up into the
air, falling onto the road. Try turning on your headlights and do the speed
limit, which is not 50 on a residential street.Your best bet is to turn
yourself in. We, along with the Coeur d'Alene police will find you!
To the complete idiot in the vehicle that almost ran me over in the
crosswalk at Sharp & Ruby on 9-24. If I am such a "bleeping" cow, then why
was your response that "you did not see me?" Spokane drivers open up your
eyes. Those in the crosswalk do not enjoy dodging cars while crossing
correctly at intersections that have a turn lane or otherwise. What good is
it to have the right-of-way if your are dead or severely injured!
To the guys on the brakeless bikes. Yeah, it's cool you can keep up with
traffic and blow through lights we drivers have to stop for. Your bright
red tires are a spectacle I guess you just had to have. Oh, and way to go
skitching on that semi-truck up the hill, that was pretty
death-defying.Please don't threaten to spray paint my car when I shout at
you to get off the road, granted we do share the roadway, so I should get
over it. All in all, you make biking stupid look cool, I guess. Good luck
not dying in the winter.
Ok guys football season is here and many of us are looking forward to the
hours and hours getting together for the games at the favorite sports bar.
Please remember that the people serving you are excited about the season
too. But if your group comes in and takes up the seating area and orders
just a couple of drinks or just water and stays for hours, just think of
the effect your stay has on your servers income that they rely on to pay
the bills at home. I see it every weekend (as a customer) tables full of
guys mostly drinking water and the only thing on thier mind is the game.
When they are done they leave a few coins as a tip. The servers can't just
go to other areas in the room because you aren't ordering, they rely on
each table for their income. Please show some concern for these servers by
thinking of your effect on their income and tip accordingly or please just
stay home to watch the game. And really I am not a server, I am just tired
of seeing self centered people.
You enjoy your (my) girl! and all the drama that comes with her! That
includes that debt that she is accumulating as you read this. The Fast Cash
US and Mobileloans people are calling me as a reference because she doesn't
want you to know. I, on the other hand am relieved and waiting for the call
for help. Hey, thanks old man! You deserve her, after all
Thanks for putting up with me for so long. I'm sure it hasn't been easy.
You always have kept my life interesting these last seven years and here's
to the hope we can grow old together.
Many thanks to the kind stranger who stopped and helped my fiancé and I fix
a flat bike tire on the Centennial trail a few weekends ago. Our bike ride
was looking to take a sour turn quickly when we were ten miles away from
our car without a patch kit, bike pump, or cell phone. Thanks for
generously letting us use your equipment and making sure we got on our way
safely. You really saved our day!
Cheers to the Spokane County Library District Board of Trustees for their
timely and thoughtful revision of their internet policy. They opened two of
their board meetings to public comment on the topic, and just passed a
revised policy that reflects the community's input, is aligned with state
law, and takes into consideration recent state and federal court rulings.
P, I saw you on Friday 9/21. You gave me your phone number, we danced to
two Pink Floyed songs and then you had to leave. I lost your phone number.
Please respond to the ad. Would luv to c u again. - W