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 Living in Montana, Donator Amorette Allison, 10/20/2011 11:38:11 AM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator spacekace, 10/20/2011 11:42:40 AM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator Kelly, 10/20/2011 11:44:55 AM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator Bridgier, 10/20/2011 12:22:30 PM
 RE: Living in Montana, Buck Showalter, 10/20/2011 12:39:45 PM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator Frank Hardy, 10/20/2011 1:17:51 PM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator spacekace, 10/20/2011 1:31:30 PM
 RE: Living in Montana, Jarrod, 10/20/2011 2:21:33 PM
 RE: Living in MontanaRestricted Cheryl Pieters, 10/20/2011 2:57:24 PM
 RE: Living in Montana, Bob Netherton II, 10/20/2011 10:55:11 PM
 RE: Living in Montana, Chris Gamrath, 10/21/2011 6:50:52 AM
 RE: Living in MontanaRestricted Cheryl Pieters, 10/21/2011 8:01:34 AM
 RE: Living in Montana, J&A McNamara, 10/21/2011 8:44:42 AM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator Gene Larson, 10/23/2011 7:24:05 PM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator Simon Niece, 10/23/2011 8:45:38 PM
 RE: Living in Montana, Dan Mowry, 10/24/2011 8:59:29 AM
 RE: Living in MontanaDonator Gene Larson, 10/24/2011 8:06:37 PM
 Subject: Living in Montana
Author: Donator Amorette Allison  Posted: Thu Oct 20 11:38:11 AM MDT 2011 From: - MT
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Donator spacekace  Posted: Thu Oct 20 11:42:40 AM MDT 2011 From: - WY
excuse me, i'm too busy to go to starbucks, I need to milk my cat.
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Author: Donator Kelly  Posted: Thu Oct 20 11:44:55 AM MDT 2011 From: - MT
Here's to drinking whiskey by the gallon!
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Author: Donator Bridgier  Posted: Thu Oct 20 12:22:30 PM MDT 2011 From: - ID
As I noted on facebook... this is mostly a pack of lies, except for the part about the Italians.

And I will admit to attending an elementary school that did, in fact, have an outhouse as a backup bathroom option - although as far as I know, no one ever used it.

There MAY be pictures of my father on a horse, attending this same fine educational institution.

But I've never killed a drifter, nor strung a banjo - although my great-uncle had a banjo that he played on occasion.

But, back to my primary point: LIES LIES LIES.
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Buck Showalter  Posted: Thu Oct 20 12:39:45 PM MDT 2011 From: - MT
I haven't watched the video and I don't know what you're talking about, but I can report that I once killed a drifter with a banjo.
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Donator Frank Hardy  Posted: Thu Oct 20 1:17:51 PM MDT 2011 From: - MN
Did you use the banjo as the murder weapon or was the drifter in possession of the banjo when you called him/her?

martini
FH
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Donator spacekace  Posted: Thu Oct 20 1:31:30 PM MDT 2011 From: - WY
uhm...I get snowed in on my dirt road and may starve to death if not stocked up on food... confused
and know at least 5 people that have been made into chilli by the abominable snowman...
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Jarrod  Posted: Thu Oct 20 2:21:33 PM MDT 2011 From:
Just, like the montana I remember. I think I may be home sick.
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Restricted Cheryl Pieters  Posted: Thu Oct 20 2:57:24 PM MDT 2011 From: - CA
I think someone is trying to keep people from moving to Montana and mucking up the state with too many wierd strangers. I think I need to dream up a pack of funny outrageous lies about where I'm living now as it's just getting too crowded and crazy around here too! ;o)

I don't think anyone expected people to believe anything about this video (and isn't there already a Starbucks in Bozeman? I swear I got coffee at the Mom - N- Pop coffee place down the street after I saw the sign, as I do anywhere there is a Starbucks on every corner.....)
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Author: Bob Netherton II  Posted: Thu Oct 20 10:55:11 PM MDT 2011 From: - NJ
Only about 85% true.
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Author: Chris Gamrath  Posted: Fri Oct 21 6:50:52 AM MDT 2011 From: - CO
Change "banjo" to "fiddle" and then it might hold 20% more merrit towards Montana but otherwise no....... lol
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Restricted Cheryl Pieters  Posted: Fri Oct 21 8:01:34 AM MDT 2011 From: - CA
Back from throwing rocks at Beavers. What did I miss?
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Author: J&A McNamara  Posted: Fri Oct 21 8:44:42 AM MDT 2011 From: - MT
Freakin' hilarious!
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Author: Donator Gene Larson  Posted: Sun Oct 23 7:24:05 PM MDT 2011 From: - MT
I'm all out!!!! Where can I get my NEXT buttload of candles? HELP!
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Author: Donator Simon Niece  Posted: Sun Oct 23 8:45:38 PM MDT 2011 From: - MT
Wish someone would have showed me this BEFORE i moved out here...
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Author: Dan Mowry  Posted: Mon Oct 24 8:59:29 AM MDT 2011 From: - IA
lol... renting movies from 1980.
 Subject: RE: Living in Montana
Author: Donator Gene Larson  Posted: Mon Oct 24 8:06:37 PM MDT 2011 From: - MT
Yes! And I have a stack of them! But I forgot....we have no ELECTRICITY here, how can I watch them? Maybe I can use them for fuel. (Where are those candles?)
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