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Stories from Friday, May 30, 2003

Celebrating the spirit of America with new award (05/30/03)
The spirit of America is so broad, so inclusive, it nearly defies definition. It's patriotic. It's loyal. It's entrepreneurial, giving and creative. It's about defending freedom and exercising our rights as citizens of this great nation. To salute that spirit, the Southeast Missourian has established the Spirit of America Award. Jon Rust, co-president of Rust Communications, said the award will be a powerful tribute to the man or woman who receives it...
Southeast graduate accepted to prestigious conducting program (05/30/03)
He began as a piano player, then became a composer, then a teacher and now a wind ensemble conductor. Tyson Wunderlich likes to set goals that he can accomplish, but being accepted into the conducting program at the prestigious New England Conservatory of Music in Boston was not something he thought was possible...
Logan's Roadhouse serves Texas-sized fare (05/30/03)
Steak, steak, steak and more steak. I am unabashed carnivore -- or omnivore, if you want to get technical. A lover of animal fat and protein hot off the grill and rare, that's me. The staff at Logan's Roadhouse realizes that every woman is a queen and treats us -- and everyone else -- like royalty...
Sikeston store owners face drug-related charges (05/30/03)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Two Sikeston men were arrested Wednesday and placed in the Scott County Jail in Benton, Mo., facing drug-related charges. Max L. Wainscott, 28, and Jeremy E. Rancigalo, 30, are charged with delivery of drug paraphernalia and selling or transporting a solvent. Bond has been set at $20,000 each...
Damaged homes studied by city, county officials (05/30/03)
Cape Girardeau County Presiding Commissioner Gerald Jones said the county is working with the city of Jackson to determine which homes were left unoccupied as a result of the May 6 tornado. The commission recently passed a state occupancy law for the county which means those residents whose homes were destroyed by the twister will not have to pay any tax on the property -- whether it be for the schools, city or the county...
Outdoor classrooms give down-to-earth experience (05/30/03)
Barefoot with hands caked in mud, seventh-grader Emily Essner spent her first day of summer school at Scott City Middle School digging up dirt in a courtyard overgrown with weeds and littered with trash. "It's fun. There's no homework, and it's going to be neat when we're finished," Essner said. "But I don't like touching the worms."...
Council reviews proposed increases to spending plan (05/30/03)
Cape Girardeau city employees won't get a pay raise, but those who work for the company that runs the municipal water system would receive higher wages under the proposed fiscal 2004 city budget. Councilman Jay Purcell doesn't like it. He said it isn't right for city employees to have to do without a pay raise while Alliance Water Resources workers get raises...
Detours ahead for Cape drivers (05/30/03)
and Mike Wells ~ Southeast Missourian As temperatures get warmer and new growth sprouts, drivers can expect to see more detour signs and orange traffic cones pop up on Cape Girardeau streets as street-widening and sewer projects continue to start and stop. But despite the increase in traffic congestion and cone dodging, many drivers call the work signs of progress...
School district employees split jackpot (05/30/03)
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- Two dozen school district employees in suburban Kansas City will split the $1.5 million jackpot they won by matching all six numbers in Saturday's Missouri Lottery drawing. The 24 transportation department employees opted to take the $750,000 immediate payout instead of the $1.5 million payout over 25 years...
Sweeping sentencing changes await OK (05/30/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Nonviolent offenders would spend less time in prison but the list of serious crimes requiring long terms in the penitentiary would expand under criminal sentencing legislation awaiting the governor's signature. If Gov. Bob Holden signs the bill as expected, it will have an immediate impact in Missouri courtrooms...
Animal health lab to close because of budget cuts (05/30/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state Agriculture Department plans to close one of its three animal health laboratories because of state budget cuts, and officials are worried about the consequences in case of an animal health emergency. The department's lab in Cameron is to close June 15, the agency said Thursday, causing its workload to shift to remaining department labs in Jefferson City and Springfield or to the University of Missouri-Columbia's veterinary lab...
Nation briefs 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
Judge upholds expulsion of girl involved in hazing CHICAGO -- A federal judge Thursday turned down a last-ditch effort to reverse the expulsion of a high school senior who joined in a videotaped hazing incident at a park earlier this month. U.S. District Chief Judge Charles P. Kocoras warned an attorney for Liat Gendelman, 18, that going on with the case could damage the student's reputation...
Science leads a hand - Researchers clone mule (05/30/03)
WASHINGTON -- The first member of the horse family to be cloned is a mule named Idaho Gem, the genetic brother of a champion racer. Researchers say two other mule clones are expected to be born this summer. The May 4 birth of Idaho Gem adds mules to the barnyard of cloned animals that already included sheep, cows, pigs, cats and rodents...
Judge in sniper case refuses to dismiss death penalty (05/30/03)
MANASSAS, Va. -- A judge refused Thursday to dismiss one of two death penalty counts against sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad, saying defense claims of a lack of evidence were premature. Defense attorneys said that Muhammad cannot receive death under one of the counts because fellow suspect Lee Boyd Malvo admitted firing the shot that killed a man outside a Manassas-area gas station Oct. 9...
Ill. lawmakers send sweeping death penalty reform to governor (05/30/03)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- The Illinois Legislature gave final approval Thursday to sweeping safeguards designed to prevent errors in death penalty cases and restore credibility to Illinois' criminal justice system. Many of the reforms were recommended by a commission established in 2000 by then-Gov. George Ryan, who suspended all executions in Illinois and cleared out death row by granting clemency to all 167 condemned men before he left office in January...
U.S., allies seek reconciliation at economic summit (05/30/03)
WASHINGTON -- Even after pledges of reconciliation, this year's economic summit of some of the world's most powerful countries promises to be one of the most unusual. The Iraq war exposed a big rift among trans-Atlantic allies. And while leaders say they will seek agreement on boosting a sluggish global economy, fighting AIDS and promoting Middle East peace, President Bush's decision to leave early will be a sharp reminder of remaining differences...
People talk 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
Jolie, Thornton call it quits after two years LOS ANGELES -- The marriage of Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton is officially over. The "Tomb Raider" actress filed for divorce from the "Sling Blade" star last July, after only two years of marriage. Jolie cited irreconcilable differences for the breakup...
Officials say they're confident in accuracy of SARS test (05/30/03)
ATLANTA -- Federal health officials said Thursday they are confident about the accuracy of the main antibody test being used to screen people for SARS. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention administered the test to more than 500 people -- some suspected of having SARS, some known not to be infected -- and said no one tested positive for the disease who did not have it...
Iran says al-Qaida leaders may be in custody (05/30/03)
TEHRAN, Iran -- In a reversal, Iran left open the possibility Thursday it may have top al-Qaida operatives in custody, including the terror network security chief suspected by U.S. officials of planning attacks in Saudi Arabia. Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi's comments to The Associated Press contradicted his statement Monday, when he was quoted as telling state-run radio that al-Qaida members detained in Iran "are not senior members of the group."...
Hong Kong snake dealers fear SARS may spell their demise (05/30/03)
HONG KONG -- Tucking into a lunch of slivered snake meat, Terry Yu said Thursday he enjoys the flavor and he's not scared of SARS. "It smells good," said Yu, a marketing manager who relishes snake year round, though most locals prefer it in the cooler weather that begins around October...
World briefs 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
Afghanistan arrests ex-Taliban commander KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- Security forces arrested two Taliban fighters, including a local commander in the ousted militia, and a senior Afghan police official said authorities gathered information that could help in the hunt for terrorist leader Osama bin Laden...
Sharon to ease travel restrictions on Palestinians (05/30/03)
JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday he would ease travel restrictions on Palestinians and free some prisoners, while insisting on a swift crackdown on violent groups in the West Bank and Gaza Strip...
U.N. weapons team prepares to return to Iraqi nuclear site (05/30/03)
MANSIA, Iraq -- The word spread through town, trumpeted on loudspeakers attached to American vehicles: Return the containers taken from Iraq's largest nuclear facility, and we'll pay you $3 a barrel. Refuse, and you might be arrested. Now 70 empty barrels -- purchased more than a decade ago by U.N. ...
More troops may head to danger zones (05/30/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The commander of coalition ground forces in Iraq said Thursday he may soon send more troops to areas where U.S. forces have been attacked. But officers and senior enlisted men in the unit insist their equipment isn't battle ready, and say soldiers' lives may be needlessly put at risk...
Notre Dame, O'Hara take familiar paths in title hunt (05/30/03)
The schools' boys teams blazed state trails in the fall. Now the Notre Dame and O'Hara girls soccer teams are following the freshly trampled paths. Those paths cross tonight in the Class 1 semifinals at the Anheuser Busch Conference & Soccer Centre in Fenton...
Central sophomore rides records to top of contenders' list (05/30/03)
Athletes from Central, Jackson, Notre Dame and Perryville will make the trip to compete in the two-day Class 3 and 4 state track meet today in Jefferson City. The Tigers will bring the area's largest contingent with 17 athletes competing, not including alternates. Cody Beaton is coming off a sectional win in the high jump, and Jennifer Pancoast and Vicki Wilson will compete in multiple events...
Key stretch eliminates Bulldogs (05/30/03)
For one diving catch, one run and one inning it appeared Notre Dame was in the mode for a second major upset in Class 3 baseball. But two proved to be the number that ultimately unwound the Bulldogs in their sectional showdown with North County at Notre Dame Regional High School...
Oran aims for a final four berth (05/30/03)
Top-ranked Oran will seek a return trip to the Class 1 final four today when it hosts Southern Reynolds of Ellington in a 3 p.m. quarterfinal baseball game. Both teams are coming off eight-inning sectional victories Wednesday. Oran (20-2) dispatched North Pemiscot 3-2, while Southern Reynolds (15-5) edged Bismarck 3-1...
Otahkians coach home, recovering after surgery (05/30/03)
Southeast Missouri State University women's basketball coach B.J. Smith is back home after a weekend accident that required head surgery for a blood clot and kept him hospitalized for four days. During a visit to Kansas City to see his brother, Smith said he and his brother "were horsing around in the basement. I fell and hit my head on the steps, which hadn't been carpeted yet."...
Academic award adds to a big year for Bennett (05/30/03)
When Central graduate Ross Bennett takes the field for today's NCAA regional baseball opener, the Baylor University senior will try to add postseason success to a career filled with accolades. Bennett followed up a first- team all-Big 12 Conference season a year ago with an appearance on the second team this year. Despite missing three weeks due to injury, Bennett is third on the team in hitting at .376 and has added 46 runs batted in...
Southeast qualifiers head to regional with national hopes (05/30/03)
Southeast Missouri State University track and field athletes have spent most of the season helping the program to solid team success, culminating in an Ohio Valley Conference outdoor women's title and a runner-up men's finish. But today and Saturday, 11 team members in 16 events will focus on individual glory in the NCAA Mideast Regional at Ohio State University in Columbus...
Kent triggers Astros' rally past Cards (05/30/03)
ST. LOUIS -- Jeff Kent started a rally in the eighth inning with a double and hit a two-run double in the ninth, and the Houston Astros beat the Cardinals 7-4 Thursday night after blowing a three-run lead. The Astros scored twice in the eighth and added two more runs in the ninth after failing to hold a 3-1 lead in the seventh...
Outdoors digest (05/30/03)
JAKES event designed to educate youths The Bootheel Boss Gobblers will sponsor a day of youth outdoors education and activities June 7 at Deerfield Lodge near Jackson. The JAKES program --juniors acquiring knowledge, ethics and sportsmanship -- is a National Wild Turkey Federation event for ages 17 and under that combines education, fellowship and hands-on activities. The event lasts from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m...
Seeing wildlife resources through the eyes of Lewis and Clark (05/30/03)
Have you ever examined the journals of Lewis and Clark and noticed all of the references to animals? Thomas Jefferson assigned the Corps of Discovery to record all wildlife they encountered. Wildlife discovery was an important aspect of their mission, but the wildlife resources were crucial for their survival...
FanFare 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
Briefly Baseball
  • The Marlins were fined this week by commissioner Bud Selig for not interviewing minority candidates before hiring Jack McKeon to replace manager Jeff Torborg. There was no immediate announcement of a fine by the commissioner's office, but the penalty was confirmed by a baseball official who spoke on the condition of anonymity...
  • Area digest (05/30/03)
    Southeast athlete picked for all-district team For the second straight year, Southeast Missouri State University track athlete Laura VanHoevelaak has been selected to the Verizon Academic All-District VII team. VanHoevelaak's selection makes her eligible for Verizon Academic All-American honors. Last year, she was a second-team Academic All-American...
    School buses are still safe vehicles (05/30/03)
    Dear Tom and Ray: Boy, am I disappointed! I really enjoy you guys, and I always thought you knew a lot about cars. (Since I know next to nothing about cars, this is a leap of faith on my part.) But after reading your recent column, my faith is badly shaken. However much you know about cars, you clearly know next to nothing about school buses. I, on the other hand, know a lot about school buses and am willing, for the good of your readers, to enlighten you...
    Say, I've got these bird feeders ... (05/30/03)
    A few years ago, I bought a storage shed, one I had to assemble. After hours of failed attempts to get the shed up, I finally read the instruction manual. This scenario, of course, is familiar to patient wives who have watched their husbands' blood pressure rise over the simplest do-it-yourself projects, all because the instruction manual is still in its watertight plastic envelope...
    Maximum power in new maxima (05/30/03)
    srobertson "Mr. Sulu, give me full Maxima power!" Spock's words echoed in my ears as I jabbed the throttle. I knew that somewhere beneath the floor there was not a conventional throttle cable connected to the engine, but a drive-by-wire system connected to a computer. I knew that this machine was equipped with OBD II (On-Board Diagnostic System), and that if it detected an emissions-related incident our mission would be compromised...
    Everybody's a critic - 'The In-Laws' (05/30/03)
    One star (out of 4) Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks are excellent future in-laws, but beyond that "The In-Laws" falls short of being "relative" to a good movie. Michael Douglas is a undercover CIA agent that likes to combine work with what family life he still possesses. ...
    Variety of styles, sounds makes album a hit (05/30/03)
    The 11 songs on Troy Campbell's second solo album, "American Breakdown," are as well-suited for a coffeehouse as for a honky-tonk. The sparse arrangements and dark lyrics are subtly compelling, and Campbell's knack for writing memorable melodies makes the material that much stronger...
    Those '70s shows (05/30/03)
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Norah Jones won eight Grammies and sold six million copies of her debut album, "Come Away With Me." But don't expect to see her performing live at the nation's biggest concert venues. That honor is reserved for a slew of 1970s acts like Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles. While new artists like Jones, 24, dominate the airwaves and sell millions of albums, the old folks are cleaning up at the box office...
    Artifacts 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
    Tickets available June 2 for Zoegirl concert Tickets go on sale Monday for an Aug. 16 concert of Zoegirl in Cape Girardeau. The Praisefest concert will benefit the Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri's local office. The concert features Zoegirl, a contemporary Christian trio that won the 2002 Dove Award for best new group. The group includes Jackson native Kristen Swinford...
    Mischief afoot in 'The Ransom of Red Chief' (05/30/03)
    Little Johnny Dorset (Nick Augspurger) prefers to be called Red Chief, scalps little girls' dolls and insults grownups. He asks unanswerable questions like, Why can't a river talk even though it has a mouth? When small-time con men Sam (Mike Craig) and Bill (Jeff Stricker) kidnap Red Chief they quickly discover they are holding for ransom a little boy so mischievous and irritating almost nobody wants him back...
    Meow TV offers feline appeal (05/30/03)
    NEW YORK -- Balls of yarn, little plastic toys with bells inside and the occasional whiff of catnip simply aren't enough to satisfy the entertainment needs of today's sophisticated, high-tech felines. Cats need television. And now they have it. "Meow TV," which bills itself as being for cats "and the people they tolerate," debuts at 6:30 p.m. tonight on the Oxygen network...
    James Gibbar (05/30/03)
    James L. Gibbar Jr., 77, of Scott City died Thursday, May 29, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Ford and Sons Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge of arrangements.
    Paul Sharp (05/30/03)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Paul E. Sharp, 75, of Perryville, died Wednesday, May 28, 2003, in Osage County, Mo. He was born Oct. 19, 1927, in Alton, Ill., to David and Viola Minnie Conlin Sharp. He married Viola Yamnitz Feb. 8, 1968, in Perryville. He was a lithographer for American Can Co. and a member of the Graphic Communication International Union 235 in Kansas City, Mo., and the U.S. Army Veterans of the Korean War...
    Brae McKinney (05/30/03)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- Brae Shondell McKinney, 22, of Sikeston died Thursday, May 22, 2003, in an automobile accident in Lonoke, Ark. He was born Oct. 19, 1980, in Hayti, Mo., son of Carol McKinney and Sammy Triblett. McKinney attended New Madrid County Central High School. He had worked at Ryan's Family Steak House, and was a member of Cornerstone Baptist Church...
    Hannah Karrick (05/30/03)
    Hannah Karrick, 76, of Carlinville, Ill., and formerly of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, May 29, 2003, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born Dec. 6 , 1926, in McKees Rock, Pa., the daughter of Hryhory and Sophie Fe'do Britt. She married John W. Karrick in Peoria, Ill. He preceded her in death in 1980...
    Byron Todd (05/30/03)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Byron Burdell Todd, 72, of Perryville, died Thursday, May 29, 2003, at the Perry County Nursing Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Ford & Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home.
    George Lovins (05/30/03)
    DEXTER, Mo. -- George Daril Lovins, 68, of Dexter died Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at Missouri Southern Healthcare. He was born April 16, 1935, at Moccasin Hollow, Mo., son of Hollie Andrew and BelaMae Jordan Lovins. He and Lynda Dowdy were married Oct. 16, 1993...
    Harry Linebaugh (05/30/03)
    EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. -- Harry H. Linebaugh, 96, of East Prairie died Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at the home of his son. He was born Sept. 18, 1906, in Mississippi County, son of Samuel and Nina Brooks Linebaugh. He and Ruth Helen Baker were married Dec. 19, 1936. She died July 5, 1977...
    Trevor Neal (05/30/03)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- Trevor Terale Neal, 19, of St. Louis, died unexpectedly Sunday, May 25, 2003, at Missouri Delta Medical Center. He was born Feb. 10, 1984, in Dexter, Mo., son of George E. Brown and Charlotte Neal. Neal was a graduate of Shefield High School in Memphis, Tenn...
    Dewey Foster (05/30/03)
    PERKS, Ill. -- Dewey Foster, 70, of Perks died Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston. He was born April 13, 1933, at Perks, son of Walter and Eileen Chesney Foster. Foster was employed by William Dill Farms. Survivors include six sisters, Mary Lou Taylor of Olmsted, Ill., Mary Ann Mitchell and Shirley Woodworth of Mound City, Ill., Dorothy Summers of Cape Girardeau, Anna Crawford of LaCenter, Ky., Holly Beagle of Dongola, Ill.; and a brother, Johnny Foster of Anna, Ill.. ...
    Joseph Crites (05/30/03)
    PATTON, Mo. -- Joseph E. Crites, 71, of Patton died Thursday, May 29, 2003, at Parkland Medical Center in Farmington, Mo. He was born March 3, 1932, near Patton, son of Joseph C. and Hazel Fulton Crites. He and Alma Lee Watermon were married April 27, 1954....
    Carl Rogers (05/30/03)
    Carl Harris Rogers, 73, of Scott City died Thursday, May 29, 2003, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Aug. 19, 1929, at Blodgett, Mo., son of Thomas Charles and Stella Mae Belt Rogers. He and Rutha Sue Carr were married June 18, 1950, at Illmo...
    Births 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
    Lambeth Son to Jerry Alan and Rachel Lynette Lambeth of Cape Girardeau and Wathena, Kan., St. Francis Medical Center, 2:28 p.m. Friday, May 23, 2003. Name, Payton Joseph. Weight, 8 pounds 12 ounces. Second son. Mrs. Lambeth is the former Rachel Myers, daughter of Roseanne Myers of Cape Girardeau and Robert Myers II of Shreveport, La. She is employed by state of Missouri. Lambeth is the son of Jerry and Lynn Lambeth of Salina, Kan. He is employed by Midway Wholesale...
    Cape fire report 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
    Cape Girardeau Friday, May 30 Firefighters responded Wednesday to the following items: At 7:35 p.m., medical assist at 807 N. Sprigg. At 10:46 p.m., medical assist at 1223 Good Hope. Firefighters responded Thursday to the following items: At 4:50 a.m., gasoline odor at 816 S. Sprigg...
    Cape police report 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
    Cape Girardeau Friday, May 30 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Jeffrey T. Mayberry, 32, of 301 S. Spring, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and for a seat belt violation and driving with out a valid license...
    Out of the past 5/30/03 (05/30/03)
    10 years ago: May 30, 1993 Charleston, Mo. -- David N. Coon is ordained priest by Bishop John J. Leibrecht of Springfield-Cape Girardeau Diocese in evening ceremony at St. Henry's Catholic Church; Coon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coon of Charleston, received his early education at Missouri School for the Blind, returning to St. Henry School in 1976 to complete his elementary education...
    The River Campus - A magical moment (05/30/03)
    Much has already been said and written about the groundbreaking for Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus. But it needs to be recorded for posterity that the ceremony on the grounds of the former St. Vincent's Seminary elevated the spirits of those who attended and participated...
    Tax cuts will give immediate relief (05/30/03)
    There are many ways to analyze a tax cut. And, unless great care is taken, all the benefits of lower taxes can quickly evaporate into the haze of political partisanship. For example, there will be many Americans who agree with the Democratic position that every dollar not paid in taxes is a dollar that won't be spent on crucial federal programs...
    War in Iraq isn't over, and deficits are at record high (05/30/03)
    To the editor: Those of us who have opposed the Iraq invasion since last October have been saying it would result in disaster. Now it is increasingly clear that the Iraqis are not embracing their so-called liberators and that we are in a real mess. The war is not over. It's just begun...
    Returned check helps teach a good lesson (05/30/03)
    To the editor: I just wanted to say a special thanks to Jack Smith and his son. They found my check that was lost near their Crystal Springs subdivision on Sunday and returned it to me Monday morning. Way to go, guys. You were an answer to my prayers that someone honest would find my check and return it to me...
    Thanks to all who pitched in after tornado (05/30/03)
    To the editor: I just wanted to say thank you so much to everyone who has helped Jackson get back on track. I hope you will never go through what we did that night. But we sure do have a lot to be thankful for: no deaths or anyone hurt very badly. I have spent the biggest part of my life working as a nurse in our nursing homes. I want to thank God for keeping our elderly residents safe. Just to lose one is too many. Material things can be replaced. A life can't...
    Wednesday Club appreciated special coverage (05/30/03)
    To the editor: Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the complimentary article on the Wednesday Club. Yes, there were mixed emotions. Meeting at the library was special, as the Wednesday Club was instrumental in getting a Carnegie library for Cape Girardeau...
    Speak Out A 05/30/03 (05/30/03)
    We'll pay later on IF GEORGE Bush thinks he's going to win voters help by reducing the income tax, he's wrong. We all are smart enough to know we may get a lower tax now, but we're going to be paying through the nose later on. Tax old garage-sale signs...
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