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That Genius Behind the Counter May One Day Be Your Congressman

Good news on the employment front: if you’re willing to learn third-grade arithmetic, and have a working knowledge of your homeland’s most popular spoken language, you should be able to leap-frog over millions of America’s working knuckleheads and find a job.

(Indy Blog)   Sep 12, 2011

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The New Sport That's Sweeping the Nation

(Or At Least Bob Wire's Backyard) At first, I fully expected the guy at the hardware store to ask me if I was a magician.

(Indy Blog)   Aug 29, 2011

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Recent Articles

Don & The Quixotes

Before you color outside the lines, you have to learn to color inside the lines.

(Music)   Apr 30, 2015

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Home for Christmas

Driving down the highway to yuletide hell

Remember that time when you were in college and you came home to find “Let’s Get It On” blasting on the stereo, and there was your girlfriend on the couch with your roommate, um, getting it on?

(Music)   Dec 18, 2014

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MudSlide Charley

New and Used

How sweet is it to see a band live up to its promise?

(Music)   Nov 6, 2014

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Recent Comments

Re: “Earning an encore

Great piece, Dan. As someone who's seen boorish audience behavior from both sides of the stage, I agree that you can't paint Missoula concert-goers with a broad brush. Neither can you say it's entirely generational, or point to our inability to ignore our phones for an hour. The problem is that wherever there's a crowd, a certain percentage of them will be assholes. An asshole is self-absorbed, inconsiderate, rude--just a one-way street. Short of someone coming up with the technology or method that can cull the assholes at the venue door ("Have you ever taken up two parking spaces? Do you spit your gum out on the sidewalk?"), this has to be a grass roots effort. Assholes rebuff strangers, but they might listen to their friends. We all know at least one asshole. If you don't, well, guess what--you're it. Tell your asshole friend who won't shut up at the show that you should all focus on the entertainment and chat later. When he or she wants to show you a Vine on their phone, don't capitulate. It's up to all of us to help change this onerous behavior at concerts, and we can do it one asshole at a time.

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Posted by Ednor Therriault on 08/18/2016 at 11:58 AM

Re: “MCPS fears the nipple

With any luck this story will catch on nationally. Nice work, Derek. These kids give me hope for the future of journalism, a discipline that's been sliding downhill with the advent of social media.

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Posted by Ednor Therriault on 02/03/2016 at 8:56 AM

Re: “Blues brother

You'd be surprised at the stuff that comes up when you enter the words "butch trucks" into a Google search.

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Posted by Ednor Therriault on 06/25/2015 at 10:26 PM

Re: “Kids these days

I really meant to comment on this but then I decided that it's going to take a whole blog.

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Posted by Ednor Therriault on 03/04/2015 at 3:34 PM

Re: “Carrying on

Excellent review, Chris. Weaving an intensely personal story through a life of outdoors adventure sounds like a great combination to me. Can't wait to read this one.

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Posted by Ednor Therriault on 12/11/2014 at 7:23 AM

Re: “Broad comedy


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Posted by Bob Wire on 06/26/2014 at 9:44 PM

Re: “Broad comedy

I take full responsibility for that error. Apologies and much respect to both Ms. Haagland and Ms. Noethe. ~Ednor

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Posted by Bob Wire on 06/26/2014 at 3:39 PM

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