By Ed Brock
From staff reports
Have people learned nothing from science fiction movies?
By Jeffery Armstrong
Woodroe Junior McKeehan, age 73, of McDonough, passed away Thursday, Aug. 21, 2003.
By Doug Gorman
By Diane Wagner
Just who does Mel Gibson think he is, anyway?
By Anthony Rhoads
Rebecca Tilson, age 71, passed away Friday, Aug. 22, 2003.
They came at us in wave after wave, leaping 10, 15 feet into the air, their noses quivering with bloodlust.
When did "elitist" become a pejorative, and why?
By Trina Trice
What kills me is that nervous, crawly feeling. It always starts with my arms itching and then I feel trapped and antsy. The cure? Just a couple of quick drags from a Marlboro Medium my weapon of choice. That withdraw following your "last cigarette" a day later is its own disease. Research shows that smoking permanently changes your brain chemistry and basically makes you want to smoke for the rest of your life. I could've saved them some time and money on that study.
I caught a brief segment on the Today show last week that captured my attention. People around the country are joining together to do something special on Sept. 11 of this year in honor of the terrorist attack victims who died on that day two years ago.
By Ed Brock
By Clay Wilson
NEWS DAILY - COMMUNITY LINKS
Could you use a little blue pill?
Nicolo Machiavelli, an expert in public policy and governing, was well aware of how dangerous it can be for leaders to surround themselves with yes men.
OK I admit it. I have every phobia in the world. One of those is flying, and on Saturday I climb aboard a Delta flight to New Orleans. The thing about phobias is that you sit in your safe office and reflect on how stupid they are. The mind laughs at them. The stomach dreads them and the rest of your body bleaches white at the thought of a phobia-producing event coming.