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Editorial
April 26 12:00 AM
The lower portion of the estuary is tidal, meaning that it lies almost exactly at sea level from Albany down to the Bay and is thus subject to the same lunar tug that ruins sandcastles on the beach at Gulf Shores. When the tide is going out, the Hudson rush es.
Editorial
April 19 12:00 AM
However, the Lord has worked that out. As He rescued us in a moment of crushing spiritual poverty, He now sends us out to rescue others. One key command of the Christian life is that we learn to see, in every face we encounter, the re-creation of our Lord.
Editorial
April 12 12:00 AM
Thousands of motorists sped by. Rush hour came and went as Camacho rattled the bushes around him and tried to call for help. No one saw him…at least no one stopped. Finally an unidentified motorist dialed 911 and Camacho was picked up and recuperated in Scripps Memorial Hospital in San Diego, a miracle.
Editorial
April 05 12:00 AM
We probably feel like Pierre Dumont. When asked to contribute a franc to cover a stranger’s burial expenses, the famous writer asked who had died. Upon being told that the man was a tax collector, he replied, “Here’s another franc. Bury two of them.”.
Editorial
March 29 12:00 AM
In contrast, I take you now to Biosphere II, located in the desert north of Tucson (Arizona)and run by the University of Arizona. It’s a three-and-a-half acre greenhouse, a sort of combination of Henry Thoreau’s cabin at Walden and Robert Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral.
Editorial
March 22 12:00 AM
Simple…they’re afraid of the volcano-goddess. Park rangers at Mount Kilauea in Hawaii explain that tourists have always swiped chunks of rock from the slopes of the still-active volcano as souvenirs. But a few years ago, a rumor got started that Pele, the native goddess of fire, molten rock and forest-eating, put a hex on cinder-swipers.
Editorial
March 15 12:00 AM
Once he sold the blue sky to General Motors Corporation. Along with that heavenly piece of real estate went an order of 3,000 electric typewriters. At $90 commission per machine, Bergman stood to make a whopping $270,000 – more than ten years’ salary – and an all-time IBM record for a single-sale commission.
Editorial
March 15 12:00 AM
Once he sold the blue sky to General Motors Corporation. Along with that heavenly piece of real estate went an order of 3,000 electric typewriters. At $90 commission per machine, Bergman stood to make a whopping $270,000 – more than ten years’ salary – and an all-time IBM record for a single-sale commission.
Editorial
March 08 12:00 AM
I know what it says because I saved that panel from the box. I found it just the other day in a file. I know it’s accurate because I also saved a pit (in a Ziploc bag, also in the file) – an oblong bullet about an inch from tip to tip – which Glen’s molars detected while crunching the fruit.
Editorial
March 01 12:00 AM
Max Wilkinson does not need God. He has mathematics. Personally, I never invoke the Almighty more heartily than when attempting arithmetic, but Mr. Wilkinson, in an article in the Financial Times of London, states that the conclusions of modern physics eliminate any need for “the deity.

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