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  • Sep 29 - Oct 5, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 20

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  • Helmet Gestapo

    There are a growing number of us cyclists electing not to use protective headgear. In spite of the fact that it is not illegal to ride a bicycle helmetless, we are becoming objects of contempt by other cyclists.
  • God Is War

    Most of the comments marking the 10th anniversary of 9/11 have missed the point. That is, few people are willing to acknowledge the rogue elephant in the room: God’s holy commands.
  • Downtown Entrapment

    We went downtown to enjoy Dine O’Round on Sept. 21. We were on 200 South and made a right turn onto State Street. We were pulled over for failure to obey a traffic sign. What traffic sign?
  • Rudy
  • Rudy

    To an Angel: Thank you for the wonderful life and memories you gave to so many. You meant more to me than words can describe. I will always remember and cherish you like a child. You are my light
  • Moe
  • Moe

    What a good boy you were! You were a great comfort to me. Even though you were weary of strangers, your curiosity always got the best of you. You were slow to make friends, but once someone was luc

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