Archive for October 13th, 2010

by problembear

apparently not.

this author spent some time with the king of the slime devils himself – allan jones. i don’t envy the poor author.

i doubt if there are enough showers in a lifetime to wash that visit off.

last time i checked, there are 5 of allan’s little torture chambers scattered around montana. i can’t wait until montana sends this guy a message loud and clear…..

montana is too good for your kind…. now get the hell out.

I’m Kinda Agreeing

by jhwygirl

I’ve got my mail ballot. Haven’t opened up yet. Probably should get that done.

That being said, back-in-the-blogging-world Moorcat has written up his thoughts on the initiatives.

I guess I hadn’t thought out the hunter licensing thing – but Moorcat certainly puts out a good set of reasoning.

He also comments on the CI-105, and I have to say I pretty much agree with that 100% – we can’t be amending our constitution with every whim of the moment. Franky, I’m a little tired of everyone’s doomsday scenario, you’ll-pry-my-gun-from-my-cold-dead-hands mentality. There hasn’t been a proposal to put a sale tax on property and why do it in the constitution when it really seems like a legislative issue?

Awfully paranoid bunch of people that seem to want to run government by mob rule.

Anywho – head on over and read what Moorcat has to say.

by problembear

Don Schmautz passed away a few days ago. he was a hero in my book.

when i first began working at the missoula food bank Don was already here every monday,wednesday and friday morning delivering the day old deli from rosauers, the day old bakery from safeway and the discard food from good food store. his white ford ranger would be already parked in front of our warehouse doors. don would fill the food from his pickup into grocery carts, weigh each load, record it and then, after the food was safely handed to our shelf stockers, don would take a break and visit with the ladies along with a cup of well deserved coffee.

Don was a man who believed in work before play. 

we miss you Don; the countless clients you helped during your 19 years of voluntary service, the staff of Missoula Food Bank, and all of the other heroes who work here as volunteers will carry on the important work of feeding our hungry, but your role here will be forever remembered. Thank you Don and peace be with you.


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