t Friday I had my first flat tire in 30 years and with a bad back I knew I was in trouble. I tried flagging down passing vehicles and a fine gentleman by the name of Bruce Massey stopped and I told him my problem. He said no problem and took the time to change my tire and it wasn't an easy job. He had to get on the ground and his clothes all got dusty, yet he was very pleasant throughout the whole process and was genuinely glad to be of service. This shows that this city still has fine Alaskans that can be counted on to assist. As president of the Pioneer Igloo here in Juneau, it will be our pleasure to have him join when he has the required amount of time in Alaska.