At least he's consistent. Don't forget that in 2009 the appropriately-named Butcher sponsored a bill to bring horse slaughter to Montana that also had provisions limiting citizen input on the hideously cruel and filthy slaughter plants. http://missoulian.com/legislature_sub/busi…
Honey bear I swear you must be on to something here.
Ed Butcher's Rorshach sheets will be the evidence you need to demonstrate everything is just made into a shade. Pass me the "flesh tone" crayolas Dan.
And since you're up, I'll have another.
Two ice cubes no water.
Ed's pathology skews towards his mother's aggression and his father's scorn.
I am not sure work is work if the color isn't appropriate, within Ed's world that is.
If the color is at all shaded then the work is weed inspired and therefore can't be real.
Really a shame if you ask me.
My lawn is immaculate this time of year.
Ed once blamed his excess on my influence but hoovered all my drugs.
Poor 'ed. Caught between history and reality really.
Dan Brooks, your last paragraph says it all. BTW if the UM is removed from the Missoula landscape, the so called permanent Missoula "conservative" residents would probably outnumber the "liberal socialist progressive" part- time student residents.
How is it that Tomi Lahren has a show but Dan Brooks does not?
The impeachment is so that he will lose his retirement pay you numskull. Why don't you spend a half second researching? It might have also prevented this garbage about how it's not the judges fault but rather all of our fault because this guy raped his daughter. You are nearly as bad as the enabling judge, who should be put in prison himself when this creature decides to rape again.
My genius level IQ son, who was awarded a full tuition 4 year MUS honors scholarship to any school in Montana, currently speaks/writes/translates 4 foreign languages and wants to "pick up" a dozen more so he can work anywhere in the world, quite possibly for government and/or human rights and environmental organizations. For a number of reasons, Missoula was going to be the only town where he could afford to live while attending school and I hesitate to look through the, yes, very hard to navigate UofM website to see just what's been/going to be dropped. Gonna guess a lot of foreign languages are going to become unavailable. So hey good work there, did we just manage to deny an education to a brilliant Montanan who might have gone on to do some measurable good in this world because some incompetent dickbutt can't think his way out of the tiny paper bag separating UofM from its former success?
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