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Charges dropped against woman in Nathan Cooper case (10/25/07)
The Philippine-born businesswoman accused of selling immigration documents to former state representative Nathan Cooper won't face federal charges. Federal prosecutors last week filed to dismiss the single felony count in the indictment against Omega Paulite, who was arrested in Seattle in August soon after Cooper pleaded guilty to two felony counts of immigration fraud...
Area Red Cross sends three to aid in wildfire relief efforts (10/25/07)
Three Southeast Missouri volunteers are in Southern California today, helping deliver Red Cross aid to those affected by massive wildfires. Cape Girardeau Red Cross spokeswoman Kessie Hinkle said the volunteers are Steve Stacy, a licensed counselor from Poplar Bluff; Dottie Lashley of Cape Gir?ardeau County; and Cindy Underwood of Cape Girardeau...
Seized dogs' fate uncertain (10/25/07)
The fate of the 26 dogs seized Saturday night by the Stoddard County Sheriff's Department remains uncertain, but Humane Society of Missouri officials say that euthanizing the animals will be a last resort. "We believe in giving every animal that we rescue a second chance," said Tim Rickey, director of the Humane Society of Missouri's Rescues and Investigations...
Reynolds House gets slight reprieve (10/25/07)
The Reynolds House is getting a wrap. Tarps will be used to cover holes in the historic building's roof, according to Donna Grantham, president of the Historical Association of Greater Cape Girardeau. The 150-year-old home at 623 N. Main St. has a spot on the National Register of Historic Places but is falling apart...
Employers hope for high turnout at job fair (10/25/07)
Employers hope job seekers will crowd the Osage Community Centre today during the annual Southeast Missourian Career Fair. About three dozen companies and government agencies will have booths set up. The fair opens at 11 a.m. and runs until 7 p.m. Agencies providing placement and education services will be on hand as well. And in one instance, an employer will be looking for new workers and offering educational opportunities...
Review: 'Big River' provides emotional ride (10/25/07)
"Big River" wasn't chosen as the opening stage show in the Bedell Performance Hall for just one reason. Dr. Kenn Stilson can tick off a list: It's a musical, a theater form that's insanely popular with audiences local and elsewhere; it's based on a novel written by one of the most famous Missourians in history; it's a good musical...
A big night for the River Campus (10/25/07)
An hour before opening night for "Big River," the seats in the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall are empty. Downstage right, dressed in their mid-19th-century costumes, Bruce Zimmerman tunes his guitar and Steve Schaffner plays licks from a tune he will perform later on his fiddle. Harmonica player Les Lindy Jr. walks around nervously like a sprinter preparing for the 100-yard dash...
Review: Jackson play finds humor in death '' (10/25/07)
Death isn't really supposed to be funny. Or is it? Over humanity's long existence, we've commonly dealt with the ultimate end with humor, the best coping mechanism. And while the Jackson High School Thespians' production of "Dearly Departed" will probably bring back memories of those family funerals we've all endured, it will do so with plenty of humor...
Community cuisine 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Crump church to hold homecoming The Bethlehem General Baptist Church of Crump will hold a homecoming at 10 a.m. Sunday with speaker the Rev. Jimmy Fulbright. A potluck lunch will be at noon. There will be singing in the afternoon with Earl Elfrink and Crossroads. Everyone is welcome...
Nature center's 'Creatures of the Night' event promotes conservation awareness (10/25/07)
An educational program recently held at the Nature Center entertained a crowd of about 500 future conservationists at their third annual "Creatures of the Night" event. The indoor/outdoor program offered hands-on snake encounters, the chance to visit a mock cave, a hike along the White Oak Trace Trail, hot cider and roasted marshmallows on an open pit and a stroll under a huge spider web canopy to get everyone in a festive spirit...
Ladies Day Out expo to benefit ovarian cancer awareness (10/25/07)
September was Ovarian Cancer Awareness month, but it's never too late to get the word out about a disease responsible for an estimated 16,000 deaths this year in the United States. Ladies Day Out, a home-based business and craft expo to be held from 10 a.m. ...
Suspect had police officer's license (10/25/07)
One of the three men charged in connection with a dog fighting ring broken up Saturday by the Stoddard County Sheriff's Department was a licensed police officer in Missouri. According to the Missouri Department of Public Safety, Jessey Short of Cape Girardeau held an active Class R license, or reserve license, with the state allowing him to work as a reserve officer...
Region briefs 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Danforth lectures on agricultural history Dr. William H. Danforth will present a lecture titled "The Miracles of Agricultural History" at 7:30 p.m. today in Glenn Auditorium in Dempster Hall at Southeast Missouri State University. Danforth is the chancellor emeritus of Washington University in St. Louis and the grandson of the founder of the Ralston-Purina Corp. The presentation is the seventh annual Veryl L. Riddle Distinguished History Lecture...
Community digest 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Deadline for church fundraiser is Oct. 30; Nature center to hold GPS program Sunday; Cape County Historical Society holds outing; Nature center to offer watercolor program; Booth space open for annual craft show; Volunteer center launches Web site; NARFE chapter to meet Nov. 13 in Perryville
Lawsuit claims race discrimination, abuse of power by Blunt (10/25/07)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A lawsuit filed Thursday accuses Gov. Matt Blunt of racial discrimination and abuse of power for firing a state janitorial contractor that employed illegal immigrants. Blunt called the lawsuit "ludicrous" and defended his decision to cancel the contract of Sam's Janitorial Services and bar the company from future state work...
Mo. state senator apologizes following suspected DWI arrest (10/25/07)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- A Missouri state senator has apologized following his arrest Saturday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and causing an accident, an incident that included police and hospital staff fighting over his urine sample. Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, didn't specifically mention the accident or his arrest in the written apology. ...
Missouri stepping up efforts on staph superbug (10/25/07)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The state health department is stepping up efforts to inform schools, child care centers and communities about ways to guard against the staph "superbug." The germ, which is resistant to some antibiotics, has been in the national spotlight following the death of a Virginia teenager and the release of a government report estimating the infection kills about 19,000 Americans a year and sickens more than 90,000...
Missouri's crackdown on illegal immigrants raises profiling concerns (10/25/07)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Six weeks into the state's crackdown on illegal immigrants, 52 arrests have been made -- with most of those arrested caught in routine traffic stops, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Thursday. Some have hailed Gov. Matt Blunt's new policy, but others worry it leads to racial profiling of Hispanics...
PSC: Taum Sauk collapse was Ameren management failure (10/25/07)
Miller-Coors merger could fuel battle of beer ads (10/25/07)
ST. LOUIS -- It wasn't clear until Sunday which teams would face off in this week's World Series. But baseball fans could count on catching one thing during the televised games: wall to wall advertisements for beer. The competition among brewers to get advertising time on major sporting events is fierce, and only likely to become more intense with the announced merger of the nation's second and third-largest beer companies, Molson Coors Brewing Co. ...
Search for Illinois lawyer ends with arrest in Florida (10/25/07)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- A Union County lawyer who had not been seen publicly for months has been arrested in Florida on Illinois charges that he stole money from former clients. Patrick Cox of Anna was arrested Monday in Pinellas County, Fla., five days after a Union County grand jury accused him of three felony theft counts alleging he stole money from clients at various times during the past three years, the Illinois attorney general's office said...
Feds join arson investigation in SoCal wildfire (10/25/07)
LOS ANGELES -- Federal agents joined the search for evidence Wednesday in brush-covered Orange County hills where an arsonist is believed to have ignited one of the wildfires devastating Southern California. In San Bernardino County, a man suspected of starting a small fire was arrested and another man was shot to death by police after he fled officers who approached to see if he might be trying to set a fire...
Calif. fires wreak damage topping $1 billion but cause few deaths (10/25/07)
SAN DIEGO -- Steve Levstik and his wife got 15 minutes of warning before flames swept through their neighborhood. That was 15 minutes more than last time. Levstik was thankful for the reverse 911 calls that San Diego County used to urge hundreds of thousands of people out of their homes ahead of wildfires propelled by strong wind. Officials there ordered 10 times more evacuations than they did in 2003, the last time fires of similar magnitude hit Southern California...
Boeing Co. profit climbs 61 percent in third quarter (10/25/07)
CHICAGO -- The world's No. 2 commercial airplane maker posted its best profit in nearly four years Wednesday as higher commercial airplane deliveries helped Boeing Co. earn $1.1 billion in the third quarter. The results beat Wall Street expectations, but the company cautioned that a six-month delay in the launch of its new 787 "Dreamliner" plane would cut into its 2008 revenue and cause it to push 35 plane deliveries from 2008 into 2009...
Astronauts examine shuttle wings; preliminary look at images shows no signs of launch damage (10/25/07)
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Discovery's astronauts used lasers and digital cameras Wednesday to examine the shuttle's wings for any signs of launch damage as they gained on the international space station with every circling of Earth. The good news was that Discovery's fuel tank did not appear to lose any significant amount of foam insulation during the crucial first two minutes of flight, said John Shannon, head of the mission management team...
Using brain imaging, scientists find area that activates with optimism in future (10/25/07)
WASHINGTON -- A person's optimism in the future seems to be controlled by a small front part of the midbrain, according to a study that used brain imaging. That area deep behind the eyes activates when people think good thoughts about what might happen in the future. The more optimistic a person is, the brighter the area showed up in brain scans, the scientists reported in a small study published online today in the journal Nature...
Studies: Dangerous staph germ could be stopped with screening (10/25/07)
CHICAGO -- Testing all new hospital patients for a dangerous staph "superbug" could help wipe out a germ that likely kills more Americans than AIDS, consumer advocates say and early evidence suggests. Yet few U.S. hospitals do it, and many fight efforts to require it. Why?...
Correction 10-25-07 (10/25/07)
It was incorrectly reported in Saturday's Sports section that Central quarterback Chase Johnson threw two interceptions against Poplar Bluff on Friday. Johnson threw one interception and backup quarterback Andrew Williams threw one. The Southeast Missourian regrets the error...
Woodland advances to district semifinal (10/25/07)
Chelsea Morris, Kyla Choate and Lauren Johnson all put down seven kills to lead the Woodland volleyball team to victory in its Class 2 District 3 opener Wednesday night in Greenville. It was the third time this season the Cardinals defeated Clearwater. Game scores were 25-22, 25-20...
Farmington sweeps Indians in final (10/25/07)
Jackson senior Megan Spooler knew how close her Indians squad was to bringing home its first district title since 2002. She could almost taste it. "I wanted it real bad. I had dreams about it all week," Spooler said. "I was real nervous for this game. We really thought we had it this year."...
Rembert eager to get back on court (10/25/07)
Sitting out the final stages of last season and missing the early part of this year's practices has not been easy for Mike Rembert. But Southeast Missouri State's senior center said there is a positive being away from the sport he loves for a while...
Janzow finishes Ironman race (10/25/07)
Missy Janzow, originally of Jackson, finished the Kailua-Kona Ironman World Championship triathlon in 12 hours, 16 minutes, 54 seconds recently. Janzow was a member of the Jackson track team then ran at Southeast Missouri State. She now lives in Victoria, Texas...
Beckett dominates Rockies (10/25/07)
BOSTON -- Josh Beckett, Dustin Pedroia and the Boston Red Sox were revved up and ready. Not so for the Colorado Rockies, who showed up in Beantown looking rusty not rested. Back in the World Series with no Bambino's curse to worry about, the Red Sox flattened the Rockies 13-1 in Wednesday night's opener...
Jackson expects to return to field Sunday (10/25/07)
ST. LOUIS -- The struggling Rams could get a boost from the return of Steven Jackson after the running back practiced Wednesday. Coach Scott Linehan said that unless he suffers a setback during the week, Jackson will be on the field when the winless Rams host Cleveland (3-3) on Sunday...
Ambulance carrying dying marathon runner got lost going to hospital (10/25/07)
CHICAGO -- The ambulance crew who picked up a dying runner during the Chicago Marathon apparently got lost on the way to a hospital, authorities said. Chad Schieber collapsed while running the Oct. 7 race, and was about six blocks away from the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center. An autopsy blamed his death on a heart condition called mitral valve prolapse, though heart experts say the condition is rarely dangerous...
As you are (10/25/07)
Oct. 25, 2007 Dear Julie, Summer finally is giving way to fall in Southeast Missouri. We require heat at night. Nobody's complaining. Summer lasted too long. People wore shorts to the university's homecoming football game Saturday...
Worth the Drive (10/25/07)
Spend Halloween with the orchestra. Wednesday night the Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra will present its annual Halloween Pops concert, this time featuring the children’s classic “Peter and the Wolf.” All the musicians will be in costume, and the orchestra encourages all audience members to come in costume, as well.
Top-selling CDs (10/25/07)
Top-selling CDs at P-Mac Music from Oct. 15-21 1. Kid Rock -- "Rock 'N' Roll Jesus" 2. Down -- "Over the Under" 3. Soulja Boy -- "Souljaboytellem.com" 4. Gov't Mule -- "Mighty High" 5. Rascal Flatts -- "Still Feels Good"
Beyond Huck & Jim (10/25/07)
Matt Sanders: Have you acted together a lot? Desmond Gray: The only time I remember acting with Andrew was in an acting class ... Andrew Kruep: We did one scene together. DG: I was God, he was Adam. Other than that, just dance concert stuff...
Complete calendar (10/25/07)
Thursday, Oct. 25 Newborn Massage: Southeast Missouri Hospital's Generations Family Resource Center, 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays at the Museum: Pine Needle Basket Weaving: Crisp Museum, River Campus, 4:30 p.m. Southeast Showcase: sponsored by Southeast Missouri Hospital Foundation, Show Me Center, 6:30 to 10:30 p.m...
Larry David mirrors his real-life divorce with fictional separation on `Curb' (10/25/07)
NEW YORK (AP) -- In the exaggerated mirror to Larry David's life that is "Curb Your Enthusiasm," even the comedian's own divorce is fodder for comedy. Sunday night's episode of the HBO show was a classic case of art imitating life with the announcement by David's fictional spouse, played by Cheryl Hines, that she was leaving. It was just in June that David and his real-life wife, Laurie David, separated after 14 years of marriage...
Best-sellers-Books-USAToday (10/25/07)
BC-Best-sellers-Books-USAToday,0797 USA TODAY BEST-SELLERS Key: F-Fiction; NF-Nonfiction; H-Hardcover; P-Paperback 1. "Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia" by Elizabeth Gilbert (Penguin) (NF-P) 2. "Deceptively Delicious" by Jessica Seinfeld (HarperCollins) (NF-H)...
Testing the hype (10/25/07)
The big week is finally here. After months of speculation, anticipation and all other sorts of terms that describe waiting on and/or trying to guess at the unknown future, the River Campus kicks off its big inaugural performing arts season this week...
Rendition: Film tackles important subject but lacks passion (10/25/07)
Who turned out Reese's inner light? In "Rendition," Reese Witherspoon plays Isabella, the lifeless, unsmiling American wife of a green card-holding Egyptian engineer who fails to show up at the airport on his way back from the Republic of South Africa. After a terrorist bombing happens in North Africa, her husband, Anwar (played convincingly by Omar Metwally), is plucked off his flight and briskly hooded, imprisoned and tortured without charge...
Metallic mastery (10/25/07)
ST. LOUIS -- Some of the most exquisite silver pieces ever made will be on display at the St. Louis Art Museum starting Sunday. "Beyond the Maker's Mark: Paul de Lamerie Silver in the Cahn Collection" is a collection of silver created by Paul de Lamerie, viewed as England's most accomplished 18th-century silversmith. More than 40 examples of de Lamerie's work and close to a dozen by other London silversmiths will be on display in the exhibition...
Beautiful sound (10/25/07)
In junior high school Mark Sparks wanted to become a professional football player. Injuries and an extraordinary talent for the flute changed those plans. Now he's happy playing for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra instead of the St. Louis Rams. An audience favorite in previous performances in Cape Girardeau, Sparks will be joined by Bulgarian musicians Valentina Takova and Ina Selvelieva in the next Sunday's at Three chamber music recital at Shuck Recital Hall on the River Campus in Cape Girardeau. ...
Local artist finds nature's chorus (10/25/07)
Chaffee, Mo., artist Aaron Horrell works in a variety of styles -- anyone who's seen his odd, abstract collage/paintings knows that. But one constant in his work is nature, especially nature found in Southeast Missouri. On Tuesday, the artist, who holds a special place in his heart for the huge swamps of Stoddard County's Mingo National Wildlife Refuge, will present a talk about his passion for nature photography at the Conservation Nature Center in Cape Girardeau County Park North. ...
Special touch (10/25/07)
A "Touch of Grace" is what you might find at 818 Broadway. The address isn't a church, synagogue, temple or any other building reserved for worship. Instead it is a coffee house and cafe. And since its 1997 birth, owner Grace Parry has been trying to bring "grace" to the Cape Girardeau area...
New DVD releases include `Meet the Robinsons,' `Mr. Brooks' (10/25/07)
B$29.98. (MGM) --- "Hostel: Part II" Lightning failed to strike twice for director Eli Roth's horror franchise, whose grisly second chapter proved a box-office dud. The sequel terrorizes three American women studying in Europe as they meet up with an art-class model who baits them into a murder-for-pleasure den. ...
Rendition: Boring, flat, stiff (10/25/07)
Most of all the large film festivals have added a new genre of film. There are the old standbys like comedy, drama, action, thriller and so on, but now there's the 9-11 subject and its subgenres. The 2008 Tribeca Film Festival, for example, asks you to choose from one of 10 subgenres: terrorism, the Iraq war, the Afghanistan war, torture, Bush, and you can guess the rest. I assume it's getting hard to wade through earnest but weak films...
Jerry Ford's playlist (10/25/07)
What the jazz musician and Arts Council award winner recommends. 1. Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral -- Richard Wagner Majestic. 2. Girl from Ipanema -- Stan Getz Sensual. 3. New York, New York -- Frank Sinatra Sent chills down my spine the first time I heard it...
Carrie's 'Carnival' (10/25/07)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Carrie Underwood, nervous? You bet. The former "American Idol" winner sold 6 million copies of her debut album "Some Hearts," a phenomenal number for any artist let alone a new one. She won two Grammy awards, scored three No. 1 country hits and shot to superstardom almost overnight...
At the theaters (10/25/07)
'Assassination of Jesse James'; 'Dan in Real Life'; 'Darjeeling Limited'; 'Saw IV'; '3:10 to Yuma'; '30 Days of Night'; 'Across the Universe'; 'The Comebacks'; 'The Game Plan'; 'Gone Baby Gone'; 'Good Luck Chuck'; 'Into the Wild'; 'Michael Clayton'; 'Mr. Woodcock'; 'Rendition'; 'Sarah Landon & the Paranormal Hour'; 'Ten Commandments'; 'Things We Lost in the Fire'; 'We Own the Night'; 'Why Did I get Married?'
Helen Petzoldt (10/25/07)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Helen M. Petzoldt, 82, of Perryville died Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007, at her home. She was born Oct. 25, 1924, at New Wells, daughter of William and Ellanora Perr Hoffman. She and Willard F. Petzoldt were married Oct. 19, 1947. He died Jan. 30, 1993...
Boyce Richmond (10/25/07)
OLMSTED, Ill. -- Boyce "Brothern" Richmond, 81, of Olmsted died Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born April 26, 1926, in Holly Springs, Miss., son of John Ellis and Ethel Richmond. Richmond was a member of Antioch Baptist Church in Holly Springs. He later moved to Mounds, Ill., then to Olmsted...
Geneva Smith (10/25/07)
COBDEN, Ill. -- Geneva I. Smith, 83, of Cobden died Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007, at her home. She was born Nov. 9, 1923, daughter of James and Irene Dixon Wright. She and Clyde E. Smith were married Nov. 22, 1941, at Benton, Mo. He died May 26, 2001. Smith was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church...
Melva Overton (10/25/07)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Melva Mae Overton, 93, of Advance died Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007, at Advance Nursing Center. She was born Jan. 29, 1914, at McGee, Mo., daughter of Benjamin Adolph and Bertha Marie Duniphan Hanner. She and Buford E. Overton were married Dec. 3, 1933, at McGee. He died May 25, 1964...
Edwin Lee Sr. (10/25/07)
COMMERCE, Mo. -- Edwin Gene Lee Sr., 66, of Commerce died Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Jan. 24, 1941, at Swinton, Mo., son of Jimmie and Sylvia Helen Morris Lee. He and Delores Faye Knight were married July 14, 1961, at Commerce...
Paul Davidson (10/25/07)
Paul A. Davidson, 85, of Scott City died Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Gir-ardeau. He was born May 22, 1922, in Illmo, son of Isadore and Myrtle Ada Clark Davidson. He and Dorothy Lee Welker were married Jan. 26, 1952, at Illmo. She died Sept. 6, 1980...
Leon Culp (10/25/07)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Leon Robinson Culp, 83, of Sikeston died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007, at his home. He was born Nov. 5, 1923, in Leachville, Ark., son of William and Mattie Culp. He and Helen Litchford were married May 11, 1968. Culp was with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety 27 years, having served in every capacity from dispatcher to chief of police. He was a member of River of Life Worship Center and American Legion Post 114...
Gregory Branum (10/25/07)
Gregory Clay Branum, 52, a resident of Columbia, Mo., formerly of Sikeston, Mo., and Cape Girardeau, died Tuesday evening, Oct. 23, 2007, near East Prairie, Mo. He was born Dec. 16, 1954, in Sikeston, to Emma Jean Branum Van Duson who survives of Sikeston, and the late Bill Branum...
George Bohannan (10/25/07)
George Martin Bohannan, 82, of Scott City died Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Aug. 18, 1925, at Pine Bluff, Ark., son of Hillie Paul and Sophronie Ballard Bohannan. He married Imogene Pearl Swinney Aug. 26, 1951, at Illmo. She died Oct. 5, 1988...
Births 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Clemons; Walker; Johnston
Cape fire report 10/24/2007 (10/25/07)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: n At 4:20 p.m., emergency medical service in the 800 block of Vista Lane. n At 5:07 p.m., emergency medical service in the 600 block of Napa Street. n At 8:37 p.m., emergency medical service in the 600 block of South Silver Springs Road...
Cape/Jackson police report 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n Jesse R. Zoph, 17, of 1432 Price St., received a summons for being a minor in possession of alcohol. n David E. Sanders, 43, of 1032 County Road 382, Whitewater, was arrested on Cape Girardeau warrants for failure to appear for resisting arrest and failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance...
Out of the past 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Acting at the request of Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr., Jackson police closed down a civic club's flea market Sunday because the activity violated the Missouri Blue Law's Sunday sales ban; Limbaugh received several complaints about the flea market, sponsored by the Jackson Kiwanis Club...
River Campus funds (10/25/07)
Southeast Missouri State University received good news just as it was gearing up for homecoming and a week of special events officially opening the River Campus for the visual and performing arts. It came in the form of a $16.5 million check. The check represents the major portion of the state's share of the $50 million River Campus project. Other funding has come from private donations and from hotel-restaurant sales-tax revenue approved by voters several years ago...
Speak Out 10/25/07 (10/25/07)
Brains out of gear; Fantastic supper; No pleasure; Parade rules; Corner signs; Bring back the roses; Running our churches; Thanks for help; Waste of money; Using free will; Not realistic; Bring back the GOP; Watch the children; Follow the money; Available parking
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