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Let the Good Times roll (08/17/08)
Dear reader, When you open today's Southeast Missourian you will notice a big change in the C section. Your Lifestyles product has been replaced by Good Times. You'll still find most of the same information you found in the old Lifestyles -- weddings, engagements, anniversaries and the His and Hers column by Callie Miller and yours truly. ...
Details of Hagan death revealed (08/17/08)
The week he suffered a fatal injury during an altercation at a party in a Scott City trailer park, all Stanley Hagan could think or talk about was seeing his son over the weekend, his friends say. "His son was the only shining star in his life," Dan Williams said...
Cars for Kids car show raises funds for Cape children with disabilities (08/17/08)
More than a $1 million worth of cars, trucks and motorcycles were on display at Arena Park on Saturday as part of the second annual fundraiser for the not-for-profit organization Cars for Kids. The event allows car aficionados to talk about what they have under their car hoods and gives them the opportunity to help raise money for children with disabilities...
Life on the Mississippi (08/17/08)
Turnout high for tournament (08/17/08)
Bryan Basler never practices. But on Saturday, he hit enough ringers to advance to the next round in the 28th annual Knights of Columbus Horseshoe Tournament. "You just might see me tomorrow walking out with a trophy," he said, laughing. "It comes up to about here," he added, motioning to his waist. Laughing again, he said, "I'd put it right on my mantle, if I was allowed."...
First tigers moved off Missouri property (08/17/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Owners of an eastern Missouri animal park began moving animals to Oklahoma as part of a plan to shut down the farm after a tiger attacked a volunteer. About 20 big cats were loaded up Saturday for transfer to a facility in Wynnewood, Okla...
Officials disagree on water safety warnings at Lake of the Ozarks (08/17/08)
LAKE OZARK, Mo. -- Public officials have disagreed about whose responsibility it should be to give safety warnings at the Lake of the Ozarks, but a bill in Congress could require notifications within 24 hours of a sewage overflow. The Kansas City Star reports that human waste spills into the lake fairly often and sometimes creates a health hazard, but officials in Missouri are not required to notify the public and they usually don't...
Students end summer break by volunteering (08/17/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- While summer is winding down for many children, there are several who plan to make one last stop at the Samaritan Center before heading back to school. Volunteering has become a Monday morning routine for a number of local children and their grandparents as they help with food distribution...
Two UMKC professors speak about resignations (08/17/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two tenured professors accused of sexual harassment at the University of Missouri-Kansas City said they resigned to protect their families and because they couldn't afford to continue defending themselves against the university...
Missouri historical society welcomes cartoonists exhibit (08/17/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Tom Engelhardt couldn't wait for the newspaper to arrive when he was a boy. As soon as the St. Louis Post-Dispatch landed on the family's front stoop, his parents would bring it inside and spread the pages across the family room floor for everyone to see. Engelhardt, a budding young artist, went straight for the comics. Eventually, however, the boy picked up the editorial page and discovered the cartoons of Daniel "Fitz" Fitzpatrick...
University explores adding medical doctorate program (08/17/08)
JOPLIN, Mo. -- The Missouri Southern State University Board of Governors has given approval to pursue funding and planning for medical doctorate program. A medical school could be two to three years away for the university. On Friday, the board gave unanimous approval to Larry McIntire to pursue funding sources and academic approval of a degree program in osteopathic medicine...
Where bombs were once born, birds now flock (08/17/08)
CINCINNATI -- A site once home to a Cold War-era uranium processing plant and the focus of a contentious struggle to clean up toxic waste has re-emerged as a haven for wildlife and a memorial to those who worked to make the area safe. The Fernald Preserve and its visitors center will make their public debut Wednesday at the former site of the government center that processed uranium metal for nuclear weapons from 1952 to 1989. ...
Bear attacks inside Anchorage have people on edge (08/17/08)
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Even in a city whose logo is "Big Wild Life," the summer of 2008 is testing residents' tolerance for large carnivores. The problem is bears, black bears and bigger grizzlies. So far this summer, three people have been mauled in the city...
Sex offender laws face court challenge in Nevada (08/17/08)
LAS VEGAS -- Eager to protect children from sexual predators, Nevada and other states across the nation are adopting laws that publicize the names of offenders on the Internet. But sex offenders say they have rights, too, and argue it's wrong to lump those guilty of minor offenses with the worst offenders. Some are challenging the laws...
Debate coaches lose their cool, one pulls down his pants (08/17/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An argument between two debate coaches that was caught on video was not the sharp-witted dialogue typically associated with college debate teams. Instead, the two traded profanity-laced barbs and one of them pulled down his shorts, exposing his underwear...
After Georgia, what next for U.S., Russia? (08/17/08)
WASHINGTON -- There is blame to go around as the United States assesses the disastrous consequences of the war in Georgia. President Bush was overconfident. Georgia's pro-American President Mikhail Saakashvili overreached. And Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin overreacted...
Neighbors driven back from fatal Memphis blaze (08/17/08)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Held back by flames and smoke, neighbors could do little to help as fire swept through a Memphis home Saturday, killing five young children and two adults. "It was a horrible thing. You could hear them screaming, but there was nothing you could do," said Lorenzo Williams, who was seeing his wife off to work about 5:30 a.m. when they spotted the neighbor's house on fire...
House Speaker Pelosi receptive to considering more drilling (08/17/08)
WASHINGTON -- Democrats' stance against offshore drilling has shifted more, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaling on Saturday her willingness to consider opening up more coastal areas to oil and gas exploration. In her party's weekly radio address, Pelosi said opening portions of the Outer Continental Shelf for drilling would be a part of energy legislation that House Democrats intend to put forward in the coming weeks to address oil dependence and high gasoline prices...
Matrix is a wagon that looks like a SUV (08/17/08)
Car shoppers don't have to give up cargo space and utility when they give up their gas-guzzling sport utility vehicles. They just need to look for a wagon -- especially a small one like the 2009 Toyota Matrix that's rated at 26 miles per gallon in city driving and 32 mpg on the highway...
Burglar flees in boxers, with jeans left in washer (08/17/08)
WICHITA, Kan. -- A Kansas burglar apparently likes to be clean -- but isn't so good about clean getaways. Police in Wichita say it appears a man broke into a house Friday night to wash his clothes but fled in boxers, with his jeans still in the washer...
First U.S. drug for Huntington's disease wins FDA approval (08/17/08)
WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators on Friday cleared the first treatment approved in the United States for Huntington's, a rare inherited disease that causes uncontrolled movements, deterioration of mental abilities and, ultimately, death. The medication, called Xenazine, will not cure the condition -- and it has some potentially serious side effects, such as raising the risk of suicidal behavior. ...
Hawaiian palace occupied anew; about 20 arrested (08/17/08)
HONOLULU -- A group of Native Hawaiians claiming to be the state's legitimate rulers occupied the grounds of a historic palace for two hours before being arrested by state officers in the second recent takeover of its kind. A staff member of the Iolani Palace said she was assaulted and slightly injured during the takeover Friday night, then snubbed by city police who claimed they didn't have jurisdiction. ...
Lawsuits help guarantee drug safety, doctors say (08/17/08)
WASHINGTON -- Top doctors at the helm of one of the nation's most influential medical journals are giving the Supreme Court some unsolicited legal advice about a major case. The Food and Drug Administration "is in no position" to guarantee drug safety, the editors of the New England Journal of Medicine said in a friend-of-the-court brief. Lawsuits can serve as "a vital deterrent" and protect consumers if drug companies don't disclose risks...
Missing viper turns up alive (08/17/08)
GALVESTON, Texas -- A venomous viper that vanished twice in the past month has turned up again after a one-week absence from its Texas aquarium. Moody Gardens spokeswoman Jerri Hamachek said the missing 10-inch African bush viper was found Friday night outside the visitor center entrance. Hamachek says officials believe someone left the snake there...
Russians entrenched in Georgia despite pressure to withdraw (08/17/08)
IGOETI, Georgia -- Russian forces built ramparts around tanks and posted sentries on a hill in central Georgia on Saturday, digging in despite Western pressure for Moscow to withdraw its forces under a cease-fire deal signed by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev...
Musharraf given deadline to quit or be impeached (08/17/08)
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- A top ruling party official on Saturday gave Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf a two-day deadline to quit or face impeachment proceedings. Musharraf's allies insisted he was not stepping down and was prepared to fight impeachment charges. But pressure on the president mounted further after the ruling party drew up a draft of charges to support a potential impeachment...
East Europe tries to protect itself from Russia (08/17/08)
WARSAW, Poland -- Poland strikes a deal on a U.S. missile defense base. Ukraine tries to limit the Russian navy's movement in its waters. The Czech Republic's leader warns his nation is in danger of being sucked back into Moscow's orbit. Russia's attack on Georgia has sparked fears across the young democracies of Eastern Europe that Moscow is once again hungry for conquest -- and they are scrambling to protect themselves by tightening security alliances with Western powers...
Tropical storm leaves 4 dead in Haiti, Dominican Republic (08/17/08)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Flooding from Tropical Storm Fay killed four people in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and authorities warned Saturday that the storm could reach hurricane strength as it barrels toward Cuba. Florida's Gov. Charlie Crist declared a state of emergency and said Fay threatened the state with a "major disaster." Forecasters said Fay could bring hurricane-force winds to the Florida Keys as soon as Monday...
King penguin receives Norwegian knighthood (08/17/08)
LONDON -- Nils Olav already has medals for good conduct and long service. He made honorary colonel-in-chief of the elite Norwegian King's Guard in 2005. And on Friday he was knighted. Not bad for a 3-foot tall penguin -- actually, three of them. A resident of Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, the original Nils Olav was made an honorary member of the King's Guard in 1972 after being picked out as the guard's mascot by lieutenant Nils Egelien. ...
Bombers strike Iraq pilgrims for third straight day, killing 3 (08/17/08)
BAGHDAD -- Bombers struck Shiite pilgrims Saturday for a third consecutive day, killing at least three people in the latest in a series of attacks apparently aimed at stoking sectarian tension. The attacks have targeted pilgrims headed for the Shiite city of Karbala, where hundreds of thousands of people have gathered for festivities that culminate today...
Central Junior High cheerleaders (08/17/08)
Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department's 20th annual youth triathlon (08/17/08)
Coots, Whitlow emerge victorious Cape Girardeau's Caleb Coots covered the Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department's youth triathlon course the fastest Saturday, finishing in 24 minutes, 57 seconds. Jackson's Mandy Whitlow was the top girls finisher, crossing the line in 30:33...
Custom home is close to city's amenities (08/17/08)
Close to downtown, the university and Cape Girardeau shopping, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home set on 1.5 acres also has a guest house on the property. The guest house has one bedroom with an adjoining nursery, a bathroom and an eat-in kitchen. There is a utility room in the cellar. Pine trees adorn the property...
Keeping your masculinity while shopping for feminine products (08/17/08)
It's early evening. My cute and talented wife looks beat, shoulders drooping, bags under her eyes. She's heading out the door with her purse over her shoulder when I speak up. "Honey, you want me to go to the store?" "Would you?" she asks. Her demeanor perks up. It's clear I'm doing a good thing...
NEW ARRIVALS (08/17/08)
Derek and Katie Miller, baby Danica Paige, 4 pounds, 13 ounces. Charlie and Chrissy Evans, baby Chloe Claire, 6 pounds, 14 ounces. Mark and Jennifer Goode, baby Nicolas Andrew, 7 pounds, 1 ounce. John and Amanda Fuller, baby Anna Elise, 7 pounds, 15 ounces...
Tips on finding the right care (08/17/08)
When you hear the news that you are having a baby there is a lot of excitement. You began to think about the changes that will take place in your life and how you will care for this new addition to your family. One of the biggest decisions you must make is the type of child care you will use. ...
Make the most of the rest of your summer harvest (08/17/08)
Gardens are abundant and farmers' markets are overflowing with fresh fruits and vegetables. Most of us try to get the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables into our daily diet, and now is the ideal time to experiment with produce. "Everything tastes better when you get it fresher," said Judy Lueders, nutrition and health education specialist for the University of Missouri Extension Service...
Live united The United Way is geared up for greater impact (08/17/08)
Your friends and neighbors will be stripping on TV and appearing in the newspaper as part of the United Way's new marketing strategy that puts community partners in a more interactive role to convey the organization's goals. In the television ads, people take layers of clothes off until they are showing a T-shirt emblazoned with "Live United," the not-for-profit's new slogan. The United Way of Southeast Missouri announced more of its new focus and goals for the future Tuesday...
FYI (08/17/08)
Food pantry appeals for freezer The Scott City Ministerial Alliance is in need of an upright freezer after the breakdown of its old freezer. It is without storage for donated freezer items and would like to continue to distribute frozen ground beef and hot dogs to the needy in Scott City. The not-for-profit food pantry feeds about 500 people a month in Scott City. To make donations to help purchase a freezer or more food for the pantry, call 225-5294...
OUR CONDOLENCES (08/17/08)
Robert Greable, 60, of Marble Hill. Arnetha Barnett, 55, of Sandusky, Ill. Van Miller Jr., 54, of Mounds, Ill. Rev. Mack Williams, 73, of Jackson. Patsy Hastings, 75, of Marble Hill. John Moore, 53, of Cape Girardeau. Mayumi Rampley, 56, of Jackson...
Fair coming soon (08/17/08)
Families and fun go hand in hand with the SEMO District Fair. In addition to the usual animal judging and other competitions associated with a fair, families can take in an antique tractor pull opening day, Sept. 6. Throughout the duration of the fair, at 3, 5 and 7 p.m., children and adults alike can enjoy the magic of Bob Bohm at the North Fairground and Woody's Menagerie and Wildlife Exposition at the South Fairground...
Thousands pay respects to comedy king Bernie Mac (08/17/08)
CHICAGO -- As Cedric the Entertainer scanned the crowd of more than 6,000 gathered on Chicago's South Side to remember Bernie Mac on Saturday, he cracked that the comedy king was "still the hottest ticket in town." Fans, friends and fellow celebrities descended on the House of Hope megachurch to bid their farewells to a man who never forgot his humble Chicago roots. ...
Ethel Statler (08/17/08)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Ethel M. Statler, 90, of Marble Hill died Friday, Aug. 15, 2008, at the family home following an illness. She was born Oct. 5, 1917, near Lutesville, Mo., daughter of the late Marvin and Lou Francis Eaker. She and George H. Statler were united in marriage Sept. 7, 1940, near Lutesville...
Joseph Thompson (08/17/08)
Joseph "Bud" Thompson, 60, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Aug. 16, 2008, at home. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home, with parish prayers at 7 p.m. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Vincent de Paul Church...
Jim McCullough (08/17/08)
Jim L. McCullough, 71, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Aug. 15, 2008, at Missouri Veteran's Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Nov. 9, 1936, at Allenville, Mo., son of James R. and Emogene E. Hurst McCullough. He and Joyce A. Bollinger McCullough were married June 12, 1971, in Chaffee, Mo...
Crabtree - griffin (08/17/08)
Tabatha Ann Crabtree and Wade Justin Griffin were married May 31, 2008, at the Riu Palace in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Maria Luisa Gonzalez Castro performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Gayla Crabtree of Cape Girardeau, and the late Michael Crabtree. The groom is the son of Patty Griffin of Doniphan, Mo., and the late Larry Griffin...
Wickham - waller (08/17/08)
Margery Ann Wickham and John Paul Waller were united in marriage June 14, 2008, at First Presbyterian Church in Cape Girardeau. The Rev. Paul Kabo Jr. performed the ceremony. Chadie Fruehwald of Cape Girardeau was organist, Meghan Brown of Washington, Mo., was violinist, and Brandi Bailey of Cape Girardeau was soloist...
Wicker - Kinder (08/17/08)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Anna Wicker and Joe Kinder Sr. were married June 21, 2008, at Chaffee General Baptist Church. The Rev. Bob Lewis performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of the late Pete and Cora Seyer. The groom is the son of Virginia Proffer of Chaffee...
Walker - McCall (08/17/08)
Kim Walker and John Dale McCall Sr. were united in marriage June 7, 2008, at Bethel Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Dan McCall of St. Louis, brother of the groom, performed the ceremony. Pre-recorded music was played. The bride is the daughter of the late Floyd and Jean Thomas. The groom is the son of the late Edward and Juanita McCall...
Ragan - Gibbar (08/17/08)
Colleen Michelle Ragan and Nathan Todd Gibbar were united in marriage May 24, 2008, at Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Kansas City, Mo. Parents of the couple are Chris and Dee Ragan of Kansas City, and Roger and Karen Gibbar of Cape Girardeau...
Lottes - Pingel (08/17/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Charlie and Sue Lottes of Perryville announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Renee Lottes, to Van Jason Pingel, both of Neenah, Wis. He is the son of Rita Pingel and Van Pingel of Perryville. Lottes is a 2004 graduate of Perryville High School. She is employed at the Eye Care Center in Appleton, Wis...
Ludwig - Siebert (08/17/08)
Lynn and Susan Ludwig of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Cassie Jean Ludwig, to Daniel Joseph Siebert. He is the son of Francis and Debbie Siebert of Chaffee, Mo. Ludwig received a bachelor's degree in technical graphics and graphic design from Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed at Photography by Carrie...
Stamp - Andrews (08/17/08)
KELSO, Mo. -- David and Donna Stamp of Kelso announce the engagement of their daughter, Whitney Paige Stamp, to Adam Moore Andrews, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Robert Andrews of St. Charles, Mo., and Patricia Stewart of Mountain View, Ark...
Morris - Grabel (08/17/08)
Randol and Marlene Morris of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Ann Morris, to Eric Grant Grabel. He is the son of Fred and Kathy Grabel of Cape Girardeau. Morris is a 2004 graduate of Central High School. She expects to receive a degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences in May 2009. She is employed at the hospital...
McColpin - fenwick (08/17/08)
Jennifer Ann McColpin and Derek Nathan Fenwick of Beaverton, Ore., announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Ron and Rose Marie McColpin of Lees Summit, Mo. He is the son of Steve and Nancy Fenwick of Cape Girardeau. McColpin is a 1997 graduate of Archbishop O'Hara High School in Kansas City, Mo. She received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from St. Louis University. She is a registered nurse in the Mother Baby Unit at Oregon Health and Science University Hospital in Portland...
O'Connell - Roll-Huston (08/17/08)
Susan O'Connell of Cape Girardeau announces the engagement of her daughter, Carie Susanne O'Connell, to Shawn Eugene Roll-Huston, both of Jackson. He is the son of Percy and Bernadette Huston of Cape Girardeau. O'Connell is a 1998 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Reynolds - Stark (08/17/08)
Molly Erin Reynolds and 2nd. Lt. Loren James Stark were married April 9, 2008, at the division chapel in Fort Drum, N.Y. Army Chaplain Alan T. Savage performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Kevin and Brenda Reynolds of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Jeffrey and Cynthia Stark of Hancock, Mich...
Scott - Johnson (08/17/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- B. Everett and Vida Yamnitz of Perryville announce the engagement of their daughter, Marietta Jo Scott, to Christopher Michael Johnson of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Douglas and Grace Johnson of Kenosha, Wis. Scott is a graduate of Perryville High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Campbell University at Buies Creek, N.C. She is employed at Perry County Memorial Hospital in Perryville...
Rolves - Scharenborg (08/17/08)
Gerald and Carol Rolves of Quincy, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Catherine Rolves, to Shawn Michael Scharenborg. He is the son of John and Kathryn Scharenborg of Jackson. Rolves is a 1999 graduate of Quincy Notre Dame High School. She received a bachelor of science degree from Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill., in 2003, and a master of business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2005. She is employed with KPMG LLP in St. Louis...
Borgfield - 50 years (08/17/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Borgfield of Jackson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner and reception July 12, 2008, at Emanuel United Church of Christ in Jackson. Hosts were their daughters and sons-in-law, Kim and Rob Hodo and Penny and Greg King...
Yount - 65 years (08/17/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yount of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with a family dinner Aug. 16, 2008, at Celebrations. Hosts were their son and daughter-in-law, Grady and Christy Yount of Cape Girardeau. Yount and Mildred Ketcherside were married Aug. 25, 1943, in Leadwood, Mo., by the Rev. Claude Carl...
Masterson - 40 years (08/17/08)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Masterson of Chaffee celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a reception Aug. 3, 2008, at Dockside-The Upper Deck in Cape Girardeau. Hosts were their children. Masterson and Alberta Cooper were married Aug. 3, 1968, at St. Mary's Cathedral in Cape Girardeau...
Fire report 8/17/2008 (08/17/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: n At 10:08 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1000 block of North Kingshighway. n At 10:59 p.m., emergency medical service at Main and Themis streets. n At 11:18 p.m., emergency medical service in the 400 block of Sheridan Drive...
Police report 8/17/2008 (08/17/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI n Nichole Welker, no age given, of Benton, Mo., was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Arrests n Bruce McClard, no age given, of Jackson was arrested on a Cape Girardeau warrant for contempt of court...
Out of the Past 8/17/08 (08/17/08)
25 years ago: Aug. 17, 1983 Local representatives of the Communications Workers of America AFL-CIO say they expect to be out as many as six weeks in their strike against AT&T, which would make the present strike the longest since 1947, when telephone workers were out for seven weeks...
Sibling rivalries start from lack of discipline (08/17/08)
Dear Dr. Dobson: I've been careful to be fair with my children and give them no reason to resent one another. Nevertheless, they continue to fight. What can I do? Dear Reader: The problem may rest in your lack of disciplinary control at home. ...
Voting choices (08/17/08)
There were choices to be made in the Aug. 4 primary elections, but most voters in Missouri and in Cape Girardeau County appeared satisfied to let someone else -- just a fraction of registered voters -- make those decisions. State and county election officials had predicted before the election that there would be a good turnout. ...
Great coverage of tourney (08/17/08)
To the editor: Cathy and I would like to commend the Southeast Missourian on its coverage of the American Junior Golf Association championship at Dalhousie Golf Club. Your photographer was diligent in getting the right shots and was a very nice person...
Lacy cares for Marble Hill (08/17/08)
To the editor: In response to the story "Marble Hill officials disagree over paving, copier during heated council meeting": Unlike others, Alderman Clint Lacy is going to do what's right for the city. The people of Marble Hill made a wise choice when they elected him. ...
Speak Out 8/17/08 (08/17/08)
More drilling refining WHEN THE Democrats don't allow drilling for oil where there is oil and don't allow new refineries to be built when they are needed, don't act surprised when there is not enough oil or gasoline and the prices are bid up by the forces of supply and demand. If you allow more drilling and a refinery or two, there will be a larger supply, and prices will come down...
Local Girl Scout Attends Ayrwaves 2008 in Scotlanc (08/17/08)
Buster (08/17/08)
Mick Mars of Motley Crue @ The SMC (08/17/08)
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