I am continuously amazed at the growing number of "hazing" incidents reported in the news involving high school and college students. Where did young people learn that it is acceptable to beat the crap out of a fellow student?
Hang your hair in your eyes and dance.
It's good to finally see private enterprise entering the long-ended "space race."
By Doug Gorman
Due to a compilation of personal attacks I've received about two recent columns, I feel I should apologize to anyone who thought I went too far with my suggestions. Here, in the form a public service, are some recommendations that we should all be able to agree upon. Surely by following these simple guidelines we will maintain the kind of America that our founding fathers envisioned.
An unexpected thud jarred me and my car.
October 5, 2004
There's two ways to reach any destination n the main roads and somewhere off the beaten path.
While we continue our political wrangling, the Japanese have a real issue on their hands.
By Justin Boron
Clayton County Links
I have mentioned in the past that I have just about every phobia in the world. I am a walking testament to the fact that you can function in a world in which just about everything petrifies you. I don't drive over high bridges, I am afraid of heights, I don't drive on big roads like interstates and I hate to fly.
By Ed Brock
By Michael Davis
By Greg Gelpi
My baby sister turns 40 today. Guess that doesn't make her the baby anymore. I am the oldest of five and had a brother when my mother got pregnant again when I was 3. I hoped and wished so hard for a sister and was so happy when she was born. It is a miracle she made it this far. She had several scary health issues when she was a baby so that created an aura of fragility around her.
By Greg Gelpi