It's not consequential to me. I don't use profanity much at all so I don't mind it staying as it is.
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No Amorette, that would be YOU who does the name-calling and stereotyping...and quite frankly, you are childish when you do so. I appreciate the option to hide the political stuff, Larry. Thanks for a + 93 more characters
Geez, give it a rest, Mary Catherine! This website actually used to be enjoyable before you decided to turn it into your own personal Trump-bashing website. I don't like Trump either but DANG. Seems l + 154 more characters
Pretty sure I've seen this before by way of Hal's hand ether here or on FB, but it is pretty cool. Every time I see that menu or one similar to it from that era, I ask myself the same question most ot + 114 more characters
The mosquito problem reaching the point where that pesticide truck would spray all that nasty, smelly chemical all over town...and it still didn't seem to help much? Also Howard Letke's Ice Cream truc + 161 more characters
Points well-made, guys...and I did say on another recent post that I do respect Amorette's right to an opinion (as I do everyone else's) I just think she's aggressive and rude at times when she expres + 535 more characters
Something about this thread is bugging me... ...I do agree that Tim calling-out Amorette over a simple misspelling in the local paper is a bit over-the-top. It is minutiae to say the least. In my opin + 1876 more characters
I will attempt - probably in vain - to get this thread back on-track with two of my favorite literary quotes: "Words are like leaves and where they most abound, Much fruit of sense beneath is rarely f + 259 more characters
I gave a salute to "Coach H." on Facebook, but will do so here, as well. Mr. Harasymczuk was one of my favorite coaches/teachers growing up in Miles City. I had him as a PE teacher when I went to Linc + 722 more characters
Was this the same Esther Benson, aka "Mommy B", who taught piano lessons to kids a couple decades ago? I never took piano lessons from her but my big brothers both did. Her name rings a bell.
Don't ask why I remember this so well, okay? I just do. Being that I was doing the sports for KATL from '91 to '93 I have this memory of Bridgier which stands out: I think it was his senior year at C + 1582 more characters
I'll jump-in on this one... First, I think it's appropriate at this time to give Larry the webmaster a well-deserved pat on the back. Not that he's never gotten those before, but THANK YOU LARRY for y + 2697 more characters
Beef Bourguignon for us this year.
cognac (flamed) red wine, etc.. [Edited by Shu (12/25/2016 7:09:55 PM)]
Wish I could, but I live a couple states away. Usually get to Miles about once a year to visit my folks, but won't be coming for the next couple months or so.
DANG - now that is a flashback! I was there for that match - covered the fight and interviewed the boxers and Michael Buffer the ring announcer. It was the highlight of my career as sports director at + 188 more characters
I don't read, post or comment on here as much as I used to, either, but I still enjoy the site nonetheless. I voted to keep it/gave a thumbs-up, but understand that it is ultimately Larry's decision o + 19 more characters
I'm late posting a reply on this...meant to sooner, but you know how it is. Now that the Cowboys' season is over, a pat on the back to them for their efforts which got them a playoff spot. Let's hope + 1743 more characters
Good stuff Bridgier.
How do we know it's people in Glendive thumbing down??? Is there some way to tell where the "thumb" originates from that I'm not aware of?
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