News for Tuesday, July 29, 2003

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There's no substitute for bad writing - Clay Wilson

I have found my aspiration in life. Some people long to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Some aspire to end world hunger. Some just want to get married and raise a nice family.

Reality television shows continue to create new forms of bad taste I never thought possible.

It goes without saying that Fox's "Paradise Hotel" is, by far, the lowest of them all, but one show on the E! cable channel is both intriguing, yet really sad to me.

Give alleged victims a sporting chance - Diane Wagner

There seems to be no doubt that Kobe Bryant is a nice guy, but I think I'm going to be ill.

I guess I'm a little behind the times, because I've only recently discovered the enjoyable practice of downloading music from the Internet and burning it onto blank CDs.

Of course this practice has been going on for years and has been the subject of controversy. Some musicians don't want to allow this because they're afraid if people can download their songs for free, they won't purchase the album.

Everything I know I learned from honeybees - Bob Paslay

I was sitting in a bar the other night in midtown Atlanta, seeking a little relief from the boredom of my tiny accommodations.

Clanton hopes to build on top-5 finish

By Anthony Rhoads

Lady Cardinals begin preparing for new season

By Doug Gorman

How soon Americans forget - Ed Brock

To look at the city of Hiroshima today, one would never guess it was the first city to be devastated by an atomic bomb, nor that the 58th anniversary of that attack is just about two weeks away.

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Selling sex and war as news - Justin Reedy

This plot sounds like it could have come from a John Le Carr? novel.

The American flag is ours, not theirs! - R.H. Joseph

We all know how to define "weasel." The question is, how do we define "patriot?"

July 29, 2003

Obituaries

Riverdale recognizes ?Good Samaritans'

By Ed Brock

Cruising and forgetting world's strife - Ryan Whelchel

It's what everyone needs from time to time, the need to escape from the workplace and other frustrations of life and be bound for the sun.

Board mulling sales tax

By Trina Trice

?I just pure out froze'

By Justin Reedy