Thursday, March 05, 2009


Cow Town

Of the 8 items that made the police/sheriff reports in today's paper (which will be unavailable tomorrow), two concerned cows on the loose. Really, I like living in a small town where bovines are among the authorities' highest concerns. Here's the entire list:
  • A ladder in the middle of South 23rd Avenue was causing a traffic hazard around 8 a.m.
  • Police could not find a black cow that was reportedly out of its pasture off Stucky Road.
  • An 86-year-old Bozeman woman was cited for shoplifting and released after she left a store on North 19th Avenue without paying for some items.
  • Dog feces were left on the porch of a home on Sanders Avenue.
  • A man who appeared to be passed out in a vehicle on North Seventh Avenue was just taking a nap between making deliveries.
  • A reportedly vicious dog ran away when he heard the man he was threatening on Shadow Circle cock his shotgun. The dog was also vicious towards deputies. Its owner was warned.
  • Two cows in a driveway on Norris Road were headed for the road around 9:30 a.m.
  • The driver of a large semi-truck tried to run another driver off the road at the Logan interchange and flipped the man off.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009


Quote o' the Day

All your downside are belong to us
-- Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman gave that title to a recent post about taxpayers' and AIG. I love the fact that Krugman wins his field's highest prize and groks ancient Internet memes.


Gallatin County Montana Recycling Colle­ction Locations

I had trouble finding the recycling drop off locations around Bozeman and Belgrade, so I created this map.
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