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Stories from Friday, September 2, 2005

Red Cross opens shelter for victims (09/02/05)
To escape Hurricane Katrina, Darwin and Belinda Chatman and their family drove north from Luling, La., Sunday evening in two cars -- the Chatmans, their three children and Belinda's parents. They checked into the Victorian Inn in Cape Girardeau, hoping to return home soon. That won't happen...
Landlord charged in dispute with tenant (09/02/05)
A Cape Girardeau landlord faces misdemeanor assault charges, accused of turning on the heat in a tenant's apartment Aug. 6 during a dispute over unpaid rent and living conditions. Fred Barnard, 62, of 243 County Road 438 will appear in court Sept. ...
Rival college football fans put their differences aside during pregame gathering at Houck Stadium (09/02/05)
Jeremy Summers and David Phillips stood on an embankment overlooking Houck Place, two men in Saluki maroon amongst a sea of red and black. Summers, a recent Southern Illinois University graduate, and Phillips, currently a senior at SIU, showed no signs of being in the land of the enemy...
Adopting, cooking, dressing down for victims (09/02/05)
Local high schools are organizing efforts to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Students at Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau approached Brother David Migliorino about contributing to the hurricane relief effort. The student council and the entire school have adopted Redeemer Seton High School in New Orleans as well as the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Two years ago Notre Dame students went on a mission trip to help paint and clean the Redeemer Seton High School...
Crowell wins award from Missouri sheriffs group (09/02/05)
State Sen. Jason Crowell, R-Cape Girardeau, was named Missouri Senator of the Year for 2005 last week by the Missouri Sheriff's Association. He was given the award for handling a bill in the Senate that allows money in county sheriffs' revolving funds to be used to cover costs associated with issuing conceal-carry permits. ...
Troopers find pot stash while investigating crash (09/02/05)
A crash Monday on Interstate 57 in Union County, Ill., led to the discovery of 62 pounds of marijuana, Illinois State Police reported. Gary L. Moormann, 23, of Rolling Perry, Ind., was charged with three felonies, Union County state's attorney Allen James said. ...
Southeast may limit increases in tuition (09/02/05)
Dr. Ken Dobbins said that without the plan the university risks state intervention. Southeast Missouri State University may cap future tuition increases under a plan proposed Thursday rather than wait for lawmakers to do it. School president Dr. Ken Dobbins suggested a tuition cap to take effect next fall...
Miss. family reunited at relative's Cape home (09/02/05)
Retired meteorologist Mike Pind finds comfort with family. A blast of air-conditioning and the taste of his aunt Aileen's barbecue and strawberry cobbler meant the worst was over for Mike Pind and his family. Pind, a retired Navy meteorologist living in Picayune, Miss., endured Hurricane Katrina on Monday with his daughter and son-in-law, Page and Marcos Quinto, and their three children...
Gas prices in area jump to records (09/02/05)
As area gas prices jumped Thursday afternoon to all-time highs, one station ran out of regular and super unleaded fuel thanks to the climbing cost of crude oil and the production disruption caused by Hurricane Katrina. The highest price in the region Thursday may have been at Express Fuel in Benton, Mo., where gas was selling for $3.12 per gallon if paid for with a credit or debit card or $3.09 per gallon for a cash transaction. ...
DNR: 34 water systems not testing as they should (09/02/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Department of Natural Resources said Thursday that 34 public drinking water systems haven't tested their water for bacteria as often as they should. The agency requires all public water systems to test for bacteria at least once a month to ensure they are providing safe drinking water...
Carbondale firm sued; student finds term paper for sale online (09/02/05)
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Blue Macellari wrote the term paper back in 1999 while studying abroad, so the Duke University graduate student didn't understand why it was on the Internet -- or why it was for sale. Now, she's suing the operator of Web sites selling her paper and seeking more than $100,000 for copyright infringement, invasion of privacy and damage to her reputation...
Jury urges 20-year sentence for priest (09/02/05)
ST. LOUIS -- A St. Louis jury on Thursday recommended a 20-year prison sentence for the Rev. Thomas Graham, a Roman Catholic priest convicted of sexually abusing a teenage boy in the rectory of St. Louis' Old Cathedral in the 1970s. Circuit Judge Angela Turner Quigless will formally sentence Graham on Oct. 6...
Promotional companies to pay $1.8 million (09/02/05)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Attorney General Jay Nixon said Thursday that two companies that ran a promotion promising big rebates must pay $1.8 million to customers and the state. Nixon sued the companies in February, saying England-based Consumers Trust and its partner, Consumer Promotions Inc., of Lee's Summit, promised extravagant product rebates to consumers but then made the rebates extremely difficult to obtain. ...
Two St. Louis-area men plead guilty in art heist (09/02/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Two St. Louis-area men have pleaded guilty to conspiring in a heist of works by some of the world's most notable artists, valued at up to $4 million, that were traced to buyers in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo and St. Louis. The two men stole original paintings, prints and sculptures while employed at Fine Arts Express, a suburban St. ...
His best 'goyle Stone carver prospers in his ancient art (09/02/05)
BARTLETT, Ill. -- Walter S. Arnold was helping a monster break free of its stone prison. "This is actually a grotesque, not a gargoyle," the stone carver explained as he used a hydraulic lift to position the heavy figure of Indiana limestone. "Most people call them all gargoyles, but a gargoyle, technically, is a waterspout attached to a building. This guy's a freestanding figure, so he's a grotesque."...
Governor declares war on looters (09/02/05)
NEW ORLEANS -- New Orleans descended into anarchy Thursday as corpses lay abandoned in street medians, fights and fires broke out, cops turned in their badges and the governor declared war on looters who have made the city a menacing landscape of disorder and fear...
Overall economic index rises, confidence falls because of gas prices (09/02/05)
OMAHA, Neb. -- The Mid-America region's overall economic index rose in August despite higher gas and oil prices causing a drop in confidence, a monthly survey of the region's supply managers and business leaders suggests. The August index rose to 60.4, from 59.7 in July. The confidence index declined to 54.1, which is its lowest reading since the 2001 recession. Creighton University economics professor Ernie Goss said the effects of Hurricane Katrina will likely drive confidence down further...
Katrina briefs 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
n Looting, carjacking and other violence spread in the Gulf Coast region, with even rescuers being attacked. The military expects to increase National Guard deployment to 30,000 from around the country to help with security, rescue and relief. * Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco declared war on looters as 300 National Guard troops landed in New Orleans fresh from duty in Iraq. "These troops know how to shoot and kill, and they are more than willing to do so, and I expect they will," she said...
Crews begin picking up the dead (09/02/05)
Autopsies being performed in parking lots as official death toll rises to 126 in Mississippi. PASCAGOULA, Miss. -- Crews are driving around coastal Mississippi, picking up bodies left on sidewalks like garbage and depositing them in refrigerated mobile morgues. Coroners are conducting autopsies in parking lots because the only available light is from the sun...
Anthropologists say fossils provide clues (09/02/05)
Anthropologists working in East Africa's Great Rift Valley, where Earth's crust split apart millions of years ago, have discovered the first fossil evidence that chimpanzees, our closest genetic relatives, once lived side by side with the direct ancestors of modern humans...
Scientists say they've unraveled order of 3 billion bits of genetic code (09/02/05)
WASHINGTON -- Scientists said Wednesday that they have determined the precise order of the 3 billion bits of genetic code that carry the instructions for making a chimpanzee, human-kind's closest cousin. The fresh unraveling of chimpanzee DNA allows an unprecedented gene-to-gene comparison with the human genome, map-ped in 2001, and makes plain the evolutionary processes through which chimps and humans arose from a common ancestor about 6 million years ago...
Travelers to U.S. from Canada, Mexico will have to show passport (09/02/05)
WASHINGTON -- The government upheld plans Thursday to require travelers from Canada, Mexico and other allied nations to show a passport or other secure document to enter the country. The departments of State and Homeland Security said they expect to officially adopt the new policy -- which drew complaints from travelers, the affected nations and even President Bush -- by the end of the year. But they pushed back by a year the date when the requirements would begin to effect travelers...
American Muslim leader works to move Muslims toward mainstream (09/02/05)
PLAINFIELD, Ind. -- As one of the nation's largest U.S. Muslim groups prepares for its annual meeting in the Chicago area, its leader is working to contain forces both inside and outside the community that would steer it away from the American mainstream...
President, top diplomat communicate closely (09/02/05)
WASHINGTON -- At least once or twice a day and sometimes much more often, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and President Bush talk on the telephone. Not since the days of Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger, or perhaps of George H.W. Bush and James A. Baker, have a president and his top diplomat communicated so closely or understood one another so well...
FBI drops questionable bullet tests (09/02/05)
WASHINGTON -- The FBI decided Thursday to stop tests that match bullets by lead content, a practice criticized as producing a high rate of false matches between crime scene bullets and bullets taken from suspects. In a statement, the bureau said it was informing about 300 state and local law enforcement agencies that had received positive match reports from the FBI Laboratory since 1966. ...
Looting plunges city into deeper chaos (09/02/05)
NEW ORLEANS -- Managers at the Covenant Home nursing center were prepared to cope with power outages and supply shortages following Hurricane Katrina. They weren't ready for looters. The nursing home lost its bus after the driver surrendered it to carjackers. Groups of people then drove by the center, shouting to residents, "Get out!"...
Federal officials announce clean air settlement with Cargill (09/02/05)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Cargill Inc. will spend about $130 million to upgrade pollution control devices at 27 corn and oilseed plants in the Midwest to settle a clean air lawsuit, federal officials said Thursday. Under the settlement, the food and agricultural products company has also agreed to pay $1.6 million in civil penalties and spend another $3.5 million on other environmental projects around the country...
Katrina could reach deep into economy (09/02/05)
From gas stations to grocery stores, farms to factories, the force of Hurricane Katrina is rippling through the economy, confronting consumers and businesses with higher prices and logistical dilemmas, even thousands of miles from the Gulf Coast. Unlike most natural disasters, Katrina is that rare economic event -- sweeping and devastating enough to damage commerce well beyond its region, affecting the price, supply and markets for goods critical to business and counted on in daily life...
Swaziland royal family approves the beating of 'unruly' princess (09/02/05)
MBABANE, Swaziland -- The king's eldest daughter deserved the beating she received from a household official when he caught her holding a drinking party during the monarch's annual bride-choosing festivities, a member of the royal family was quoted Thursday as saying...
Theory suggests mad cow disease may come from humans (09/02/05)
LONDON -- A new theory proposes that mad cow disease may have come from feeding British cattle meal contaminated with human remains infected with a variation of the disease. The hypothesis, outlined this week in The Lancet medical journal, suggests the infected cattle feed came from the Indian subcontinent, where bodies sometimes are ceremonially thrown into the Ganges River...
Gunfire erupts at demonstration following stampede (09/02/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Gunfire erupted Thursday while protesters marched toward the bridge where nearly 1,000 Shiites were killed in a stampede during a religious procession, and thousands of people flocked to bury their dead from the tragedy. Government critics, meanwhile, blasted their leaders for failing to prevent the disaster...
High school football preview 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
Central at Eureka, 7 p.m. Last year's records: Central 2-8, Eureka 9-1 Last year's meeting: Eureka 38, Central 0 Notes: Central allowed more than 400 yards rushing against Eureka last year in an opening-week loss. The Tigers will have to slow down the Wildcats' run-first team if they have a chance to win on the road. ...
Kelly softball rallies past Central for 3-1 victory (09/02/05)
Freshman Casey Kern threw a two-hitter and the Kelly girls softball team rallied with a run in each of the last three innings to beat host Central 3-1 on Thursday. Kern allowed one walk and struck out three and pitched around two errors. She allowed a run in the second inning, which stood up until Kelly scored one in the fifth against Sirena Watkins...
Katrina affects Jackson opener (09/02/05)
The Indians will christen their season on Saturday against Mississippi's Hillcrest Christian. Jackson's reputation as a football town is well deserved judging from the usually packed stadium for the Indians' home games. Apparently that reputation has spread well beyond the area, as Jackson will play host to Hillcrest Christian on Saturday. Hillcrest hails from Jackson, Miss., located 385 miles to the south...
Southeast to hold open tryouts for team (09/02/05)
If you're a Southeast Missouri State student who thinks he's a pretty fair baseball player -- and wants to compete on the collegiate level -- your big chance is today. At 3 p.m. at Capaha Field, the Southeast baseball program will hold open tryouts. Coach Mark Hogan said the Redhawks do this every year -- and there have been a coupe of instances where players have made the team through the tryouts...
Collins may be lost for season (09/02/05)
The season for touted Southeast Missouri State running back Austen Collins is probably over before it really even got started. Collins, a junior college transfer who sixth-year coach Tim Billings thought might be the Redhawks' best back since he took over the program, was injured on the second play of Thursday night's season opener against Southern Illinois...
Anniversary gifts for SIU: Illinois capitalizes on Southeast special teams snafus, fumbles (09/02/05)
Southeast Missouri State made Southern Illinois sweat for just a bit Thursday night -- but not nearly enough to prevent the Salukis' anticipated romp. SIU's vaunted offense was held somewhat in check by Southeast's maligned defense for more than a half, and the Redhawks threatened to make things interesting late in the third quarter...
Southeast student spends summer as intern for Memphis Redbirds (09/02/05)
Kerry Emerson will have an interesting story to tell on how he spent his summer vacation. The 22-year-old Southeast Missouri State student has spent the entire 2005 calendar year doing intern work with the Memphis Redbirds, the Class AAA affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals...
Faulk's mind on troubled hometown (09/02/05)
ST. LOUIS -- If Marshall Faulk blows an assignment in tonight's preseason game, there's a good reason. The St. Louis Rams' running back grew up in New Orleans, and believes several of his relatives may be marooned there by Hurricane Katrina. "I find myself going between the game plan and what's going on down in New Orleans while sitting in meetings," Faulk said Wednesday. "I'll see what kind of challenge it's going to be. I've never had a distraction like that."...
Bowie leads State Farm by a stroke (09/02/05)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Heather Bowie chipped in for an eagle and had a bogey-free 7-under 65 Thursday to take a one-shot lead after the opening round of the LPGA State Farm Classic. Bowie, who missed the U.S. Solheim Cup team after finishing 12th in the standings, was at even-par when she holed a 14-foot wedge shot on the fourth hole at the Rail Golf Club. She followed with five birdies in her bid for her second career title after winning the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic in July...
Marlins' Hermida arrives in grand fashion (09/02/05)
MIAMI -- From the moment his grand slam landed, the phones started ringing -- and haven't stopped. Jeremy Hermida's friends, some of whom he hadn't heard from in years, clogged his cell phone with messages. Back home in Georgia, his mother simply thanked callers, then quickly clicked onto the next line, often unaware who she'd just spoken with. And even Cooperstown called; the Hall of Fame sought a memento...
Agassi performs a tall feat to advance (09/02/05)
The Associated Press NEW YORK -- Size doesn't matter in tennis. Neither does age. Andre Agassi stood 11 inches shorter than 6-foot-10 Croatian Ivo Karlovic, spun serves about 50 mph slower, and logged far fewer miles on court. The ace count went to Karlovic, 30-5, as he clocked serves consistently in the 130-142 mph range, but the second-round victory at the U.S. Open on Thursday went to Agassi, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (5), 7-6 (4)...
Sports briefs 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
Football...
A present for Little Girl (09/02/05)
Somewhere out there, perhaps in your very own neighborhood, Little Girl is celebrating her birthday with her father. I don't know Little Girl's name, nor do I know her father. Her father and I met, briefly, in a Wal-Mart checkout line. Our encounter was purely coincidental. He had been shopping for Little Girl's special day. I had picked up some odds and ends. We both went to the same "20 items or less" lane, because we thought we could get checked out faster...
Heat shields aren't completely useless (09/02/05)
Dear Tom and Ray: One of the exhaust heat shields fell off my Honda Civic Hatchback (2001) a while ago. The dealer told me not to bother putting it back on or replacing it, because I don't need it anyway. (1) Why does Honda (or any manufacturer) install the dang things if all they do is rattle and fall off? (B) After the heat shield had been gone for nearly a year, my exhaust manifold cracked. Could the missing heat shield have hastened the failure of the manifold?...
Mazda 5 is part car, part minivan (09/02/05)
Hiroshima, Japan has been in the news recently as we observe the 60th anniversary of the use of the atomic bomb in World War II. But a much happier event occurred in Hiroshima 25 years earlier -- the establishment of Toyo Cork Kogyo, which later changed its name to Mazda, in honor of the god of light. ...
Everybody's a critic: 'The Brothers Grimm' (09/02/05)
One star (out of four) I was really looking forward to seeing "The Brothers Grimm" this weekend, and left the theater disappointed. It was the longest hour and 58 minutes that I've spent in years. This movie was boring and unimpressive. It actually begins well, but within the first 30 minutes of the film, it slows to a crawl and remains that way throughout...
Bring it on home: Tunes features local performers near season's end (09/02/05)
Tunes at Twilight was once the dominion of local musicians, but no longer. As the concert series has grown over five years, national touring acts have become the series' staple. What started as an all-local music showcase, with crowds as small as 10 people, has turned into a venue for independent national touring acts, drawing crowds sometimes over 500...
One-man show explores gay history (09/02/05)
Jade Esteban Estrada sounds tired on the telephone Wednesday afternoon. Exhaustion, he admits, has been plaguing him. The beast has followed him through months and months on the road as one of America's most prolific gay performers. The road-weary Estrada has no problem with being so tired -- he's doing what he loves...
Artifacts 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
First Friday opening at Gallery 1.2.5; Pottery guild sells works to benefit Humane Society; Acrylics to be featured at The Artist Studio; Dickerson to display her work at Garden Gallery; Acoustic Open Mic goes to Sidewalk Sandwich; Peruvian sculptor, painter exhibits in Paducah ; River City Rodders plan car show Sept. 18; Garrison Keillor, Southern Illinois Symphony perform; Events set at Ozark Riverways, Wappapello; Market House opens 42nd season with 'Beehive'
At the theaters 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
'An Unfinished Life'; 'Constant Gardener'; 'The Great Raid'; 'Transporter 2'; 'Underclassmen'; Still in theaters; '40-Year-Old Virgin'; 'The Brothers Grimm'; 'The Cave'; 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'; 'The Dukes of Hazzard'; 'Fantastic Four'; 'Four Brothers'; 'March of the Penguins'; 'Must Love Dogs'; 'Red Eye'; 'Skeleton Key'; 'Sky High'; 'Stealth'; 'War of the Worlds'; 'The Wedding Crashers'
Rev. Nicholas Persich (09/02/05)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- The Rev. Nicholas Eugene Persich, 83, of Perryville died Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. He was born Feb. 4, 1922, in New Orleans, La., son of Nicholas Salvador and Gladys Ida Fricken Persich. Persich was a vincentian priest. He entered novitiate Sept. 7, 1938, professed vows Sept. 8, 1940, ordained a deacon Sept. 27, 1945, and ordained a priest May 30, 1946, all at St. Mary's of the Barrens Catholic Church in Perryville...
Ollie Bradford (09/02/05)
Ollie "Jay" Bradford, 88, of Cape Girardeau and formerly of Jackson, passed away Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born Oct. 2, 1916, at Charleston, Mo., son of Ollie T. and Agnes Worland Bradford. After graduation from the former Diehlstadt High School, Jay graduated from the former Cape Business College. ...
Edna Newberry (09/02/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Edna M. Newberry, 94, of Anna died Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005, at City Care Center. She was born Feb. 19, 1911, at Cobden, Ill., daughter of Tom and Hannah Nance Adams. She and Casey Newberry were married in 1926 in Union County, Ill. He died Oct. 1, 1947...
Melville Welker (09/02/05)
Melville A. Welker, 94, of Millersville died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 24, 1911, near Millersville, son of Amos C. "Doc" and Stella Bedwell Welker. Welker attended Old Salem and Millersville schools. He had been a farmer, and was a member of Old Salem United Methodist Church...
Teresa Hagedorn (09/02/05)
Teresa Hagedorn, 93, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005, at her home. Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Dorothy Reasons (09/02/05)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Dorothy L. Reasons, 85, of Cairo died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005, at Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah, Ky. She was born Dec. 2, 1919, in Bardwell, Ky., daughter of Robert and Thelma Lee Halteman. She married Delbert Reasons, who preceded her in death...
Rev. Anthony Johnson (09/02/05)
The Rev. Anthony Wayne Johnson, 57, of Spring, Texas, died Monday, Aug. 29, 2005, at Houston Northwest Medical Center in Houston, Texas. He was born Feb. 21, 1948, in Cairo, Ill., son of J.D. and Pauline Bennett Johnson. He and Karen Robinson were married June 30, 1972...
Donald Lemons (09/02/05)
Donald Earl Lemons, 49, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born Oct. 25, 1955, in St. Louis, son of Cleo and Marjorie Crader Lemons. Survivors include a brother, Ronald Lemons of Maplewood, Mo., and a sister, Carol Halbert of Cape Girardeau...
Births 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
Fox; Freeman; Hennessy; Baer; Blaylock; King; Wren; Shoemaker; Hinman
Cape/Jackson fire reports 9/01/05 (09/02/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday: * At 5:49 p.m., an alarm sounding at 2075 Corporate Circle. * At 6:57 p.m., emergency medical service in the 400 block of North Frederick Street. * At 9:56 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1000 block of Broadway...
Cape police report 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
Cape Girardeau...
Out of the past 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
25 years ago: Sept. 2, 1980 The summer that has melted Southeast Missouri and many other parts of the nation is on the wane, but isn't yet on ice; August was another out-of-the-ordinary months, setting 10 new records and tying nine others; "scorcher" is a good way to describe the month; 27 out of the 31 days saw temperatures of 90 degrees or better...
How can we help? (09/02/05)
Whenever natural disasters of catastrophic proportions occur around the world, the United States has always been a leader in providing aid. Now the catastrophe is here where Hurricane Katrina lashed out with unprecedented fury. Some officials estimate the death toll could climb well into the hundreds, if not thousands. Because of the devastation, food, water, medical care and fuel are scarce...
Fund raiser benefits the disabled (09/02/05)
To the editor: People around this region are awesome. Their generosity once again is making an impact on children and adults with disabilities. We hosted a barbecue and barn dance to benefit Mississippi Valley Therapeutic Horsemanship. More than 400 people bought tickets and gave of their resources to help this worthy program...
With age comes a stronger love (09/02/05)
To the editor: Editor R. Joe Sullivan wrote so brilliantly about motion sickness ("Ahoy! Don't call me Ishmael") that I began to feel uncomfortable despite the fact I haven't suffered from this malady for more than 50 years. There was this girl in Latin class whom I had secretly admired for several years. ...
Investigate jump in gasoline prices (09/02/05)
To the editor: I am writing to encourage all Missourians to contact their senators and representatives, both state and federal, to ask them to investigate the drastic increase in gasoline prices in just 24 hours. There is no legitimate reason, in spite of the hurricane, why gas prices went so high so fast...
Senate near stem-cell funding vote (09/02/05)
To the editor: The Journal of the American Medical Association editor, Dr. Catherine DeAngelis, was unaware that the authors of a recent study claiming unborn children feel no pain from abortions until late in a pregnancy were two abortion advocates. ...
Speak Out 9/2/05 (09/02/05)
Bad dress, bad image; It's still painful; Controlling grass; Bad impression; Thanks for purse; Cemetery upkeep; Dress violations; Disaster aid; Missing the middle; Bi-directional loss; A fair story; Inappropriate dress; Too simplistic
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