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  1. Dickcissels Headed for Venezuela

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    September 26, 2011 by Joseph C. Neal

    If you’ve got the traveling bug, I suggest you forget high airline tickets and just hitch up with the Dickcissels. It’s goodbye to Arkansas nesting country, hello winter in ole Venezuela with stops along the way in Mexico and Central America.

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  2. W.H. Auden Said it Best

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    September 26, 2011 by wcobserver

    I have had more good fortune in my life than I have a right to expect and yet, when tragedy strikes, I, like many other people, feel that life is unfair.

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  3. Mudslinging

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    September 13, 2011 by Annie McCormick

    I do not argue politics or religion with people. I have my beliefs and opinions and will share those with someone who asks, but won’t argue my point. It doesn’t do any good anyway. I really dislike politics, especially in pre-election years. The misrepresentations, mudslinging, fear-mongering and, at times, outright lying disgusts me. This election seems worse than most.

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  4. Gardening, Part III

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    September 12, 2011 by wcobserver

    Mulch seemed to be the magic element in all the books about gardening. If you just had enough mulch, the weeds couldn’t grow, the soil would remain soft and moist, and the plants would be so superbly healthy that bugs would just pass them by. The only threat would be the overload of bountiful yields.

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  5. Broke… But Not Broken

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    September 12, 2011 by wcobserver

    You know what’s getting really old? Being broke. The only time being broke looks good is when it’s at the beginning of a movie where the protagonist ends up being ridiculously rich two hours later. Anything else is just a real buzz kill.

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  6. Gardening, Part II

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    September 1, 2011 by wcobserver

    It seemed only proper that we should grow as many things as possible. Cold winter days trapped us in the house yielding the perfect opportunity to give deep study to the seed catalogs.

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  7. So, What’s the Point, Anyway?

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    September 1, 2011 by Steven Worden

    Okay, one morning you’re sitting at the breakfast table happily munching away on your Wheaties and one of your kids glances over at you and asks you with undisguised frustration, “What is the point of it, anyway?”

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