I'm working on a longer, more meaningful post for later, maybe tomorrow. So, for now, here are a few stray links to keep you interested.
There's a lot of discussion going on about my election recap. Join the fray here.
I've been completely remiss for not linking to the Business Monthly more often. It's been a little hectic around here recently. Anyway, there are several good stories in this month's edition, including this one showing how you can have open space, agricultural preservation and profit all from the same piece of land. And all because of a developer.
I also wanted to link to Dennis Lane's "The Way I See It" column, but it doesn't appear to be online. You can pick up copies of the Business Monthly in several places around the county, though, and I highly recommended reading his piece on Page 11 of the November issue.
Finally, if for no other reason than we could use a few laughs, here's a blog I've been keeping in my back pocket for several months. It's called "The Best of the Bozeman Chronicle Police Reports" and it is basically what it claims to be. The Bozeman Chronicle is the local paper out in Bozeman, Montana, which is near where my sister lives, and its police report section is legendary for its lunacy. Here are a few teasers to make you click the link:
A woman on North 24th Avenue told police her ex-boyfriend was sending her dirty text messages. The ex-boyfriend told police he was receiving harassing phone calls from her. Both of them were told to leave each other alone.And, the obvious winner, which may be below the high standards I set for this blog but is nonetheless hilarious:
Someone reported a suspicious man at the East Gallatin Recreation Area. The man was just enjoying the sunshine.
A teenager on Driftwood Drive was upset with his parents for making him work all the time. They also don't pay him for the chores. The boy was told to listen to his parents.
A man pooped on his father's vehicle along South Black Avenue.Oh, the trials and tribulations of the Bozeman Police Department.