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By Mike Lakin Dan Phillips took these kind of photos. No captions provided. nature Goodbye Bottles. Hell Ir I have to pass on that I personaUy had O Cu Igan| the fastest driver's license renewal ever. It included a vision test. Walking in, I went to pick up a number and was told it wasn't necessary. In rapid-fire order, I had a brand spankin' new license and was out the door in under 15-minutes. I'm thinking those Internet fraud spam- mers need to read a newspaper - or some- thing - I had e-mail from Nelson Mandela asking for help getting $5,000,000 out 'of ...................... .............. the country. He's dead you know. March 29 is the Lake Fork Auction. I'll I Rent a Cuttigan* Water I be there that Friday to take a look around and snap photos of the interesting stuff that ! System for $9.95/month for t will sell the next day. And once the next i the first three billing cyctesJ I paper comes out - with those photos - I'll | Dealer participation may vary, Limited ,ime i get a few calls to see if I know who bought offer. Not valid with other offers. ~013 - i I Cutligan Interaati0all~ Company. I what because somebody will really - really - -- -- -- -- -- -. -- -- -- - want something in those photos. Doing this for near over 25-years I'm still amazed at people that don't go to the auction them- selves because that's how you buy that better water, pure and =imple stuff. You go to' the auction. Cultigan Lincoln t 217-728-1801 Huge flocks of geese have been landing in fields around here, but so far I haven't been able to catch that photo opportunity for the paper. Though... I've been out once in a while trying to happen on them. ANTIQUES... 12 ...available at Salt Creek Attic. Steve Hahn eye-witnessed that accident on Vine a few weeks back. The street was iced and Steve said he not only knew the two vehicles were going to collide; he called 9-1-1 and told the operator he was report- ing an accident that hadn't happened just yet. And seconds later, there it was. More school districts around the country are altering their high school schedules to let student's sleep in longer. Extra sleep I time has always been available to high = I,,I schoolers, it was just always known as first, second, and third hour. to o tO O I,,,t 4b Friend of mine says we'll have snow off and on around here into April. I'll keep the snow shovel on the porch for a bit more... just in case. Librarians were taking a look at a pos- sible cookbook addition for the library. But if this cheesecake recipe is an example of what's in the cookbook they make take a pass on adding to the local collection. One of the ingredients for the cheesecake is "water buffalo milk" - an ingredient not readily available at the grocery store. Lynn figures the recipe should say... Step one - Go to the nearest zoo and milk a water buffalo. This paper was at the printer the day of the primary election so I don't know how the sheriff's race turned out to let you know. Do know that locally this primary will go down as Indecision 2014. I've seen - give or take - a half-dozen front yards with both candidates' signs side-by-side in front of a house. Know what it looks like. Don't know if I'm right. So I'll keep it to myself. Every week is an exceptional opportu- nity to fail, Author Unknown Communications 616 N. Chicago St. Lincoln 17 : i i i i i i DIRECTV. NETWORK *uvHonlz~. R~rAtttR AIITHOiUZEB IETAILER A reader sent this in, writing they'd like to know what was so fascinating in the newspaper. It's thought that it was taken the day of- or the day after - the Mt. Pulaski explosion. The request is - do you know who this is?