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Dictionary addict can always quit

...they asked many well-informed questions about newspapers in general and our newspaper in particular. They also fed me, which was a bonus. Are you listening, Sunday school class? Reach Glynn Moore at
No one should buy these sales tactics

...It's difficult to know what to believe these days. In fact, I am beginning to think I'm the only person I can trust anymore. And some days, my friends, I'm not so sure about me. Reach Glynn Moore at
Here's hoping criminals get jobs back

...lanes and, when he had to slow down, flashing his lights at drivers who respected Mother Nature's guidelines. His little world won't be spinning long, will it, Mr. Darwin? Reach Glynn Moore at
We don't throw our trash far enough away

...women who worked there. It's still a word for vulgar, abusive speech. This is probably the only time billingsgate and Billingsley have been used in the same sentence. And the last. Reach Glynn Moore at
Burning a book is a poor reason to make fire

...million more. No, it's more fun reading than writing, and as soon as I finish these lines I'm going to find a quiet corner and an old book, safely away from the flames. Moore can be contacted at
Mayberry lives through reruns

...There were always Northerners showing up in town and being shown the errors of their ways. Yes, Mayberry was another place and another time, but it still seems so familiar today. Reach Glynn Moore at
Overachievers are making us seem lethargic

...applies just as well to gadgets being rushed off the assembly line for the madding crowd. If you find yourself in any of these categories, please, stop it. You're wearing me out. Reach Glynn Moore at
Dinosaurs are dying out all around us

...excellent" grades in the lower classes - so perhaps A, B, C, F can become the new alphabet. You know, I'm not going on vacation anymore. It takes too long to catch up on the news. Reach Glynn Moore at
Our 'noodle' becomes cute little girl with promising vocabulary

...sister and brothers are any indication, though, she will soon be running through the house, using her "outdoor voice," and we will have to tell her to quit talking so much. Moore can be contcted at at
Here is what I'd ask from Detroit

...endurance of modern cars are great, but the Big Three might win back some much-needed customers if they gave today's cars some of the features of yesterday. Are you listening, Detroit? Reach Glynn Moore at


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