Stars and Stingers: Sept. 25

Stars to Shawna at the Post Office for “solving the Amazon disappearance.”

  • Sep. 25, 2013 12:00 p.m.

Stars to Shawna at the Post Office for “solving the Amazon disappearance.”

Stingers to people who speak poorly of a person who isn’t there. It doesn’t give that person a chance to defend themselves. Do you think that’s fair?

Stars to Charlene Collison at the Golden Dollar Store, and to Golden Transfer for being so generous to St. Andrews United Church Centre for Peace.

A star to the Masonic Lodge for their lovely new building at the stoplights. It’s a real addition to our town.

Stars to Marge Bardarson for finding my lost plates and insurance, and taking them back to Johnston Meier.

Stingers to the loud trains that wake me up during the night.

Stars to GADSAR for always showing up when you are needed the most.

Stingers to people who smoke inside their apartments and other rental properties. The smell lingers long after you’re gone.

Stingers to the drivers who go the wrong way down a one-way street, then look at you like you’re crazy.

Stars to Kicking Horse Culture for a great show.


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