Nuggets from the ‘Net

April 1, 2004 Forwarded e-mails are often a nuisance, especially to someone who barely has time to open and read all the business and personal e-mails received, but sometimes those forwards contain nuggets worth

Heart of the matter

March 31, 2004 One half mile down a rural country road two dogs run to greet me while a stranger waits at the door.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

March 30, 2004 When will now arrive? Dear Editor: In the 1600s the Bible word was that men had one less rib than women. Not true now. In 1700s the Bible told us down South that slavery was okay. Not so now.

Here’s your sign

March 30, 2004 You know the political season has arrived when the politicians are calling the newspaper to find out whether we've heard if they have an opponent.

The good life

March 26, 2004 A short, petite blonde from Oklahoma married a tall, gentle redhead from Colorado on March 29, 1942.

Aunt to the rescue

March 26, 2004 I remember, when I was in school, how much I hated homework. I figured that was what classroom time was for. I saw homework somewhat as I do working overtime now but only without the pay.