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Thanks Again to Supporters

I just want to take a moment to thank the most recent batch of site supporters for sending in their donations.

Running this Web site has been a labor of love since I started it back in 1999. I spend my time and money and use my computer resources to make it possible. But as many of you may know, I’m not as “in love” with Wickenburg these days as I’ve been in the past. Changes to the town that I don’t think will benefit the town have really gotten me down, making it tough to write positive things. Whenever …

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New Legs for an Old Fable

An old man, a boy and a burro were traveling from Globe to Superior, a far piece.

The boy rode on the burro and the old man walked. As they went along, they passed some people who couldn’t help but remark that it was a shame that the old man had to walk while the boy rode.

The old man and the boy thought maybe that was right, so they traded places. Now the old man was riding the burro.

Soon they passed some more nosey people, who remarked, “What a shame. That man makes the little boy walk.”

So …

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Whipping Out the E-Mails

Mary Lou was at the computer, using e-mail to put her busy day in order.

A traveling, discount drapery saleswoman was having a “showroom” at a suite in a local motel. Mary Lou was going there with her sister. She wanted to make sure that Beth didn’t order some disastrous shade and pattern again.

She also had to wish her mother a happy birthday, and remind her sister that they were taking Mom to dinner that night. This was not necessarily a pleasant prospect, depending on Mom’s level of feeling put-upon. Better send two e-mails to Beth, who could handle …

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