So, I asked the natural question: Where does it say I did this? North end of Spokane on Hwy 395.
There's only one problem with that: I was west of Sand Point on Hwy 2 yesterday at the time they say I was in Spokane, and I can prove it. I didn't even get into Washington until a half hour after they said I was in Spokane and I crossed at Oldtown/Newport. I didn't get onto that 35 mph section of road in Spokane until more than six hours after they said I was there. The boss was a little surprised when I became annoyed with the conversation.
I don't give a rat's hairy ass if they want to talk to me about something I actually did. I'll own up to it and take whatever ass-chewing I've earned. But don't throw accusations at me that I can easily prove otherwise. If the office-jockey knucklehead who made this claim against me had looked, he would have plainly seen it was impossible.
Get off the ****ing gadgets, Swift. They're not always right. You won't catch me doing stupid ****, like 10 over in a city zone, because (I'll type this slowly so the learning-challenged idiots in the office will understand) I. don't. do. stupid. ****. Do your ****ing homework next time, before accusing me of something like this.
Less than a year left on my purchase contract and WalMart is looking better and better.