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Stories from Sunday, July 30, 2006

County clerk hopefuls campaigning hard (07/30/06)
On a hot afternoon last week, Paul Sander went door to door in a Jackson neighborhood that didn't exist just a few years ago. "Hi, I'm Paul Sander and I've had the part-time job as mayor of Jackson," he says as each door is opened. "Now I'm running for the full-time job as county clerk."...
Energy vampires (07/30/06)
Most people believe that once an electronic item is switched off, it's off. But a blinking red light or a digital clock means circuits within are still using power. For example, studies have shown microwaves consume more electricity powering the digital clock face than they ever do heating food. Other items, like televisions, may be dark most of the time but actually are in standby mode, sitting idle with certain circuits active and ready for a signal from the remote control...
Prop 1 comes down to trust, pocketbook (07/30/06)
Voters on Aug. 8 will decide the fate of the biggest county initiative in years. Proposition 1, a half-cent sales tax to fund road paving and law enforcement, has revealed among some groups of voters an almost visceral distrust of the county commission. Missteps early in the effort to win passage of the tax measure didn't help soothe those feelings...
Our very long search for grocery store heaven (07/30/06)
HE SAID: Callie and I have issues when it comes to customer service at grocery stores. We have three that we regularly visit, and there are downsides to each one. Store No. 1: The Teen Can This is a place that is conveniently located for us. It's about a mile from our home. At first glance it's a nice store, clean with a decent selection of products. I have nothing against teenagers. But you know how they can get when they're left amongst themselves...
House OKs minimum wage raise, estate tax cut (07/30/06)
WASHINGTON -- The House early Saturday passed the first increase in the minimum wage in a decade, paired with a cut in inheritance taxes on multimillion-dollar estates. The hybrid measure passed by a 230-180 vote and now heads to the Senate, where the minimum wage boost was likely to die at the hands of Democrats opposed to the estate tax cuts. ...
Photojournalism hall of fame honors six men (07/30/06)
The Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame in Washington, Mo., will honor six men in an induction ceremony on Oct. 19. Those being honored are Duane Dailey, agricultural photojournalist of the University of Missouri-Columbia; Keith Davis, fine arts director for Hallmark Cards Inc. ...
Missouri lawmakers want all sex offenders to register despite state Supreme Court ruling (07/30/06)
A recent Missouri Supreme Court ruling striking the requirement for some convicted sex offenders to register with local sheriff departments has prompted some area officials to take action. In the June 30 ruling, sex offenders convicted before Jan. 1, 1995, do not have to register in accordance with the Missouri sex offender registry...
Woman uncovers check scam after finding errors in congratulatory letter (07/30/06)
A call to the "prize director" in Nova Scotia began with kindness and a congratulatory "You're a winner, sir." At first. But when informed that the caller -- a Southeast Missourian reporter -- knew the check was a bogus one and that the check's recipient had alerted authorities, the conversation went south quickly and ended with the so-called prize director spewing a profanity and hanging up...
Local Guard unit returns from helping storm victims in St. Louis (07/30/06)
The 1140th Engineer Battalion rolled into Cape Girardeau Saturday morning after a week of deployment clearing debris and assisting power outage victims in St. Louis. There wasn't much fanfare, no confetti, and not a tearful relative in sight when the 222 soldiers returned to the armory at 2626 Independence St. But then again, no one in this battalion, which has seen duty in Iraq and responded to the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina last fall, seemed to expect any attention...
Driver runs car into Rhodes 101 on North Sprigg (07/30/06)
A 16-year-old driver crashed his car into the Rhodes 101 Stop at 1126 N. Sprigg Saturday night, causing the convenience store to close for several hours while broken glass was cleaned up, police said. Police officer Freddie Hill said the man pulled into the parking lot at 8:40 p.m. and apparently was unable to stop. Hill said police were still investigating and no further details were available...
Talent show contestants deal with nerves, excitement (07/30/06)
For the group of 11- and 12-year-old girls who placed first in Group A of Saturday's Homecomers talent show, the event was a long time coming. "We've been practicing since last September," said Lacie Robinson, 11, of Jackson right after the group left the stage. They had just finished a dance number to the song "5-6-7-8." "I don't know if we won or not, but we did really well. You can tell by our faces we're happy with it."...
Perryville celebrates annual Heritage Days with 40-mile parade (07/30/06)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- About 175 antique tractors from Kentucky, Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri formed a parade in Perryville Saturday morning. The parade was part of the Heritage Days celebration, which began Friday with an auction, meal and presentation by Max Armstrong, one of America's best-known agriculture journalists. ...
Four dead, four injured in plane crash (07/30/06)
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Israeli troops pulled back from a Lebanese border town Saturday after a week of heavy fighting with Hezbollah guerrillas who hailed the retreat as a victory. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice returned to the Middle East to push a refined U.S. peace plan...
Israeli airstrikes pound targets in Lebanon (07/30/06)
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Israeli troops pulled back from a Lebanese border town Saturday after a week of heavy fighting with Hezbollah guerrillas who hailed the retreat as a victory. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice returned to the Middle East to push a refined U.S. peace plan...
Heartland Nationals move into final round at regional (07/30/06)
The Heartland Nationals 12-and-under girls softball team advanced to today's championship round by clobbering the Colorado state champion, the Parker Hawks, 21-5 on Saturday in the winners bracket final at the Babe Ruth Softball Midwest Plains regional tournament...
Swimming with these sharks won't make you break a sweat (07/30/06)
As the public relations manager for the American Poolplayers Association, Jason Bowman can speak on behalf of pool players everywhere. His advice: Don't tell any of them billiards isn't a sport. "I believe their response would be, 'Pick up a cue stick and play a couple games and tell me it's not a sport,'" said Bowman, whose organization is based in Lake Saint Louis, Mo...
Caps start on familiar (sour) note in Wichita (07/30/06)
Southeast Missourian WICHITA, Kan. -- The Plaza Tire Capahas have struggled in recent years at the National Baseball Congress World Series. That trend continued Saturday morning as the Capahas lost 12-4 to the Houston Apollos in the opening round of the 42-team, double-elimination tournament...
Fan Speak July30 (07/30/06)
Marvin and Gail Roy of Prairie du Rocher, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Teresa M. Roy of Cape Girardeau, to Tyler J. Buchheit. He is the son of Jim and Marsha Buchheit of Perryville, Mo. Roy is a 2000 graduate of Red Bud High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in agribusiness from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is a crop consultant with OptiCrop of Owensboro, Ky., working in Southern Illinois...
Against conventional wisdom, poker craze continues to grow (07/30/06)
LAS VEGAS -- Doyle Brunson, the 72-year-old legend who made a living playing poker before that kind of thing was cool, vividly recalls the conversation he had decades ago with another forefather of his sport. "We were sitting there at the first World Series and Benny Binion told me, 'This thing is really going to take off. Some day, we're going to have 100 people here,'" Brunson said...
Gatlin tests positive for prohibited substances (07/30/06)
Another American champion was hit with a shocking positive drug test Saturday -- Olympic and world 100-meter champion Justin Gatlin. Gatlin said he has been informed that he tested positive for testosterone or other prohibited steroids -- the same violation that, only two days ago, threw Floyd Landis' victory in the Tour de France into question...
Return of Butler, Fisher should bolster secondary (07/30/06)
ST. LOUIS -- Compared with doing rehab, practicing in 96-degree heat Saturday was a piece of cake for St. Louis Rams cornerbacks Travis Fisher and Jerametrius Butler. "If I had an enemy, that's what I'd put him through," Butler said about the endless rehab he endured last year after undergoing knee surgery. "I don't want to go back and do rehab. It's that bad. It's worse than a regular job."...
Maddux masters Cards in 4-2 win (07/30/06)
CHICAGO -- If Greg Maddux made his last start for the Chicago Cubs on Saturday, he certainly gave the fans something to remember. Maddux allowed one run in six-plus innings to earn his 327th career victory, leading Chicago over the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2...
Sports stars should not be confused with heroes (07/30/06)
NEW YORK -- Sports fans want so much to believe in heroes. Yet so often, lately, disillusionment overtakes devotion. A vicious head-butt by one of soccer's greatest players. Thuggish behavior by hockey and basketball stars. Allegations, proven or rumored, of doping-related cheating by many of the world's best runners, swimmers, baseball players -- and now by the much-hailed winner of this year's Tour de France...
Wie falters, Webb wins at LPGA's Evian Masters (07/30/06)
Michelle Wie had a two-shot lead after 11 holes and seemed poised to answer all of the questions about when her first pro win was going to come. Then the 16-year-old from Hawaii bogeyed the 13th hole. That was all Karrie Webb needed. The Australian star became the LPGA Tour's first three-time winner this season, shooting a 4-under 68 on Saturday for a one-stroke victory over Wie and 42-year-old Laura Davies in the Evian Masters in Evian, France. Wie closed with a 68, and Davies shot a 67...
Landis, his doctor speak out against positive test result (07/30/06)
MADRID, Spain -- His voice steady and his tone defiant, Floyd Landis vowed he would clear his name of allegations he cheated to win the Tour de France. In his first public appearance since a testosterone imbalance showed up in a urine test and cast his title into doubt, the American cyclist said his body's natural metabolism -- not doping of any kind -- caused the result, and that he would soon have the test results to prove it...
Southeast football team will fare better than predicted in poll (07/30/06)
Shows you what I know about the minds of the Ohio Valley Conference's head football coaches and sports information directors. Heading to Nashville, Tenn., for Tuesday's annual OVC media day, I was certain Southeast Missouri State would be predicted to finish toward the bottom of the nine-team league...
Canine enlivens Copley Plaza Hotel (07/30/06)
BOSTON -- The 94-year-old Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel spent $38 million on a facelift, refurbishing its soaring lobby with 21-foot-high Italian marble columns, gilded ceilings and Waterford crystal chandeliers. Yet the most popular upgrade didn't have anything to do with French antiques or the ornate arches in Peacock Alley, an entrance hall lined with eight-foot mirrors and Renaissance friezes...
Reporter TJ Greaney tackles the catwalk (07/30/06)
On Monday I responded to an open casting call at Drury Lodge from an agency searching for fashion models. This wasn't something I thought I was qualified for, but I hoped it would at least turn out to be a good story. You see, when it comes to photographs, I'm usually the one hiding from the camera. If I do happen to get caught by the flash bulb, I typically have my eyes closed and a frightened expression on my face...
Seven ways to experience Maine through local food (07/30/06)
Lobster pounds and clam shacks. Pick-your-own berries and local corn. Whoopee pies and Italian sandwiches. Baked bean suppers and fiddlehead ferns. Those are just a few of the ways you can experience Maine through food when you're on vacation. A new book called "Dishing Up Maine" offers recipes for classic Maine dishes like baked beans, strawberry shortcake and blueberry muffins, as well as listings for culinary experiences around the state, from farmers markets and food festivals, to lobster pounds and clam shacks, to fine dining.. ...
Minor-league ballparks (07/30/06)
TOLEDO, Ohio -- Sitting at a picnic table above the ballpark's left field wall, Susan Schaffer munched on sweet corn and a chocolate chip cookie. Her five boys stood along the fence hoping to catch a home run ball and cheering on the minor league's Toledo Mud Hens...
Put a little drama in your travels (07/30/06)
"Go travel for a while," Shakespeare wrote in "Pericles, Prince of Tyre." So, take his advice; go travel somewhere and see some Shakespeare You can enjoy the Bard's works seemingly anywhere these days, thanks to Shakespeare festivals in cities big and small in almost every state. And most of them have Web sites...
Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo to relocate (07/30/06)
GULF SHORES, Ala. -- The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo will relocate to a nearby 25-acre site in Baldwin County in hopes of avoiding future hurricane damage. Hurricane Ivan's floodwaters in Gulf Shores forced the evacuation of the animals in September 2004. Two more evacuations last year were caused by hurricanes Dennis and Katrina...
Sylvia Weinhold (07/30/06)
FROHNA, Mo. -- Sylvia I. Weinhold, 87, of Frohna died Saturday, July 29, 2006, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Dec. 7, 1918, at Farrar, Mo., daughter of Ernst and Agnes Kassel. She and Edgar A. Weinhold were married Oct. 6, 1940. He died Sept 15, 1996...
Allen Buchheit (07/30/06)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Allen R. "Wigger" Buchheit, 65, of Perryville died Friday, July 28, 2006, at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. He was born Nov. 22, 1940, at Apple Creek, Mo., son of Theodore and Edna Meyer Buchheit. Buchheit was the owner/ operator of Wiggers. He was a member of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Silver Lake, Mo., Perry County Sportsmans Club, River Hills Eagles Lodge 4034, AmVets Post 94, Little Saline Social Club, Elks Lodge 2701 and booster member of VFW Post 4282...
Alline McCommons (07/30/06)
ANNA, Ill. -- Alline McCommons, 86, of Anna died Friday, July 28, 2006, at Sherman West Court in Elgin, Ill. She was born Aug. 14, 1919, at Jonesboro, Ill., daughter of Charles and Myrtle Hurst Robertson. She and Paul A. Coffman were married in 1939; he died in 1948. She married Don F. McCommons in 1953, and he died in 1995...
Allen Stueve (07/30/06)
Allen R. "Big Al" Stueve, 54, of Jackson, passed away Saturday, July 29, 2006, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 1, 1952, in Cape Girardeau, son of the late Raymond R. and Mary Margaret Walker Stueve. Al was a 1970 graduate of Jackson High School. He worked at the former Litz Poultry Plant in Jackson, drove a cab for the former Nip Kelley Transportation in Cape Girardeau and drove for a local courier company...
Josefa Clements (07/30/06)
Josefa Clements, 67, of Jackson died Saturday, July 29, 2006, at her home. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson.
Births 7/30/06 (07/30/06)
Hicks Daughter to Kurt E. and Jessica A. Hicks of Fort Hood, Texas, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, 2006. Name, Pamela Reagan Elizabeth. Weight, 8 pounds, 13 ounces. Fourth child, third daughter. Mrs. Hicks is the former Jessica Kelso, daughter of Pamela Kelso and Robert Kelso of Fruitland. Hicks is the son of Fred Hicks of Ava, Mo., and the late Sandra Tucker. He is serving with the U.S. Army in Baghdad, Iraq...
Cole-Streiler (07/30/06)
Julia Marie Cole and Brandon Kyle Streiler were married April 22, 2006, at St. Francis de Sales Oratory in St. Louis. Vicar Jacques Fournier performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Suzanne Cole of Shelbyville, Mo., and Michael and Anne Cole Sr. of Fenton, Mo. The groom is the son of Gary and Joyce Streiler of Jackson...
Cracraft-Ressel (07/30/06)
Sara Jane Cracraft and Anthony Mark Ressel exchanged wedding vows May 6, 2006, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso, Mo. The Revs. Derek Swanson and Oliver Clavin performed the ceremony. Organist was Joe Spalding of Scott City, and guitarist was Chris Janet of Cape Girardeau, uncle of the bride. Vocalist was Casie Janet of Cape Girardeau, cousin of the bride...
Ruiz-Kessler (07/30/06)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Ken and Ginny Ruiz of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Meagan Kendra Ruiz, to Staff Sgt. Jonathon Richard Kessler. He is the son of Beth York of Chaffee and James Kessler of Evansville, Ind. Ruiz is a 2000 graduate of Chaffee High School, and attended Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed in the billing department at Brain and NeuroSpine Clinic of Missouri, LLC...
Davie-Bradshaw (07/30/06)
Randy and Dixie Davie of Gordonville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara Lynn Davie, to Brandon Ellis Bradshaw. He is the son of Ellis and Trenna Bradshaw of Whitewater. Davie is a 2002 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in middle school education from Southeast Missouri State University in May. She is a science teacher with Scott City School District...
Wilson-Wise (07/30/06)
Phillip and Wendy Wilson of Springfield, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Melanie Lynne Wilson, to Joseph Jonathan Wise. He is the son of Lois Wise of Cape Girardeau. Wilson received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is employed at J. Baer and Associates in Jackson...
Farmer-Engler (07/30/06)
John and Sheri Farmer of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Farmer, to Duran Engler. He is the son of Karen and Gene Sachse of Oak Ridge. Farmer is a 2002 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Glueck-Pequeno (07/30/06)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Michael and Edie Pennington of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Dawn Glueck, to Christopher Adam Pequeno. He is the son of Samuel and Margie Pequeno of Scott City. Glueck is also the daughter of the late Anthony Glueck...
Beel-Tuthill (07/30/06)
Roy and Barb Beel of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Emma Beel, to Shawn Tuthill. He is the son of Roney and Rene Tuthill of Marion, Ill. Beel is a 2002 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School. She received a bachelor's degree in special education from Fontbonne University in St. Louis in 2006. She is an elementary teacher with Sikeston School District...
Vandeven-Begley (07/30/06)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Roger and Sheryl Vandeven of Marble Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Jillian Renae Vandeven, to Albert Jack Begley. He is the son of Mike and Kimberly Begley of Advance, Mo. Vandeven is a 2003 graduate of Leopold High School in Leopold, Mo., and 2006 graduate of Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She is a radiologic technologist at Southeast Hospital, and administrative partner in radiology at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Wunderlich-White (07/30/06)
ALTENBURG, Mo. -- Duane and Carol Wunderlich of Altenburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Ann Wunderlich, to Seth Casey White. He is the son of Larry and Lana White of St. Louis. Wunderlich is a 2002 graduate of Perryville High School, and a 2006 graduate of Barnes-Jewish College of Nursing. She is a registered nurse in the surgical department at St. Louis Children's Hospital...
Turley-Walter (07/30/06)
Wayne and Karen Turley of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, McKenzie Ann Turley, to Joseph Shane Walter of New York, N.Y. He is the son of John and Valerie Walter of Jackson. Turley is a 2001 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a degree in elementary education from Southeast Missouri State University in 2005...
Roy-Buchheit (07/30/06)
Marvin and Gail Roy of Prairie du Rocher, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Teresa M. Roy of Cape Girardeau, to Tyler J. Buchheit. He is the son of Jim and Marsha Buchheit of Perryville, Mo. Roy is a 2000 graduate of Red Bud High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in agribusiness from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is a crop consultant with OptiCrop of Owensboro, Ky., working in Southern Illinois...
Calahan-Brueckner (07/30/06)
Michael and Joan Calahan of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Calahan, to Chad Brueckner. He is the son of Jerry and Sharon Brueckner of Cape Girardeau. Calahan is a 1994 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a master of arts degree in communication disorders from Southeast Missouri State University. She is a speech-language pathologist with Jackson School District...
Grantham-Nierenberg (07/30/06)
Tom and Donna Grantham of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelly K. Grantham, to Joel Nierenberg. He is the son of Sam and Bashi Nierenberg of Englewood, N.J. Grantham is a 1993 graduate of Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, Minn. She received a bachelor of arts in dance from the Dance Conservatory of Barat College at DePaul University in 1997. She is director of PeriChild Program at Peridance Center in New York City...
Glastetter-Boyd (07/30/06)
Claudia Marion of Chaffee, Mo., Jackie Jones of Cape Girardeau, and Ronald Kinder of Oceanside, Calif., announce the engagement of their children, Lisa Marie Glastetter and Ronald Wayne Boyd of Cape Girardeau. Glastetter is a junior at Southeast Missouri State University, majoring in social work. She is employed by state of Missouri Mental Health Department at Cottonwood Treatment Center...
Meyers are married 50 years (07/30/06)
Rupert and Helen Meyer of Cape Girardeau were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner at Davis Banquet Hall in Jackson. Hosts were their children. The couple was married July 21, 1956, at St. Boniface Church in Perryville, Mo. The Meyers lived in Bonne Terre, Mo., for a brief time, moving to Cape Girardeau in 1960. He has sold real estate at Meyer Realty since that time...
Dales mark 50th anniversary (07/30/06)
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Dale of Cape Girardeau were honored at a dinner July 8, 2006, in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. The event was held at the Elks Lodge in Chaffee, Mo., hosted by their children and spouses. Guests attended from Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and California...
Garlands celebrate 60 years (07/30/06)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Garland of Jackson celebrated their 60th anniversary with a reception July 2, 2006, at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Ronald and Judy Garland. Guests attended from Minnesota, Chicago, Kansas City, and Jackson. The couple was married July 5, 1946, at the Methodist church in Sedgewickville, Mo., by the Rev. A.E. Nothdurft...
Police reports 7/30/06 (07/30/06)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI n Christopher C. Jenderson, 31, of 1501 Themis St. was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and with no headlamps. He was later released on a summons...
Fire reports 7/30/06 (07/30/06)
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Out of the past 7/30/06 (07/30/06)
With the present landfill nearing capacity, the city of Cape Girardeau has taken an option on 82 acres of land on Highway 74 between Cape Girardeau and Dutchtown as the proposed site for a new city landfill; the city has agreed to pay $200,000 for an option on the land to Steve Landgraf Industries Inc...
After the storm (07/30/06)
The storm that walloped the St. Louis area and left 700,000 homes and businesses without power -- many for days -- caused as much devastation as any major disaster. But, because of the storm's surprising speed and the fact that there were almost no injuries or deaths as a direct result of the straight-line winds, most of the focus has been on the response of AmerenUE, which provides electricity in the St. Louis metro area...
Valuable break for Missouri families (07/30/06)
To the editor: The back-to-school shopping season is fast approaching. Families will once again get to save up to 9 percent at the cash register during the Missouri sales-tax holiday set for Aug. 4 to 6. Thanks to 2005 legislation I was proud to sponsor in the Missouri Senate, the tax holiday is an annual fixture...
Put illegal invaders in work camps (07/30/06)
To the editor: I have been monitoring the two-front terror war Hezbollah and Hamas launched against Israel. The primary sponsors of these Islamofascist thugs are, of course, Syria and Iran, with subtle applause from the global-communist United Nations and American leftist lemmings. Yet something else about this terrorist incursion has captured my attention...
Is American history no longer taught? (07/30/06)
To the editor: In 2004, being interested in the Lewis and Clark voyage of discovery, June and I set out to follow their route as closely as highways would allow. Each afternoon we stopped at a McDonald's for a hot fudge sundae. At each stop I explained to the server that we were following the Lewis and Clark trail and asked if they knew which river Lewis and Clark were to explore. ...
Speak Out 7/30/06 (07/30/06)
Wrath of God REGARDING THE comment that Israel had "given peace a chance" and was now unleashing "the wrath of God" on Lebanon, and the "civilized world" must support Israel: It's up to God to unleash his wrath, and I'm guessing he wouldn't unleash it on men, women and children who had nothing to do with Hezbollah. ...
We've done it! (07/30/06)
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