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You might have seen the news story last week: A couple of guys from Georgia told people that they had found the body of a dead Bigfoot – and they were going to show it at a press conference, proving once and for all that such a creature really existed.
Melissa Batten just wanted to move on with her life. Joseph Batten didn’t allow that to happen.
One of the most convenient and robust tools technology has brought us is the cell phone.
The public needs extremes.
Like a lot of you, I’ve been watching the Olympics.
A friend of mine was driving past a cemetery with his 4-year-old daughter one day and noticed her looking closely at it. “Do you know what that place is?” the dad asked. “Oh sure, “she answered casually. “That’s where the dead guys live.”
Q: I have an Intel P4 computer with one megabyte of RAM using Windows XP. It runs flawlessly. I haven’t even considered buying a new computer because this one still does everything I want it to. And since Microsoft is supporting XP for a few more years, I thought I could wait a little while longer. But I just used my neighbor’s new quad-core computer and I’m rethinking my decision. What do I need to know before I take the plunge and buy a new computer?
Back-to-school season is here, but for many, the budget is bare.
Judicial elections are different from all other elections in Washington State.
For more than a year, critics called for a boycott of the Beijing Olympic Games. They cited human rights violations and a government that tries to keep its citizens in the proverbial dark when it comes to liberty.
As someone with an economics degree, I am qualified to tell you, straight up, that our economy currently sucks.
Next week’s primary isn’t exactly a barn-burner as many races only have two candidates, at best.
It’s horrifically ironic.
In all its glory, fanfare and controversy, the 2008 Summer Olympics have finally arrived ... and they’re online!
Domestic violence can ruin relationships, tear apart hearts and lead to cold-blooded murder.
This is usually the time of year when columnists don’t write about politics because nothing is really going on.
When he was about eleven years old, my brother Dan walked in the door one day after school wearing a New York Yankees ball cap. “Where’d you get that?” I asked him enviously. But before he had even replied, I already knew what his answer would be.
You may find yourself asking this question if you’re the parent of a 12- to 16-year-old. Suddenly, the sweet, loving kid you used to know has been replaced by this ... this being that grunts one-word answers, holes up in his room for hours, and spurns any show of affection from you.
I received an e-mail this week with the subject ‘Stupid Question’ and I began to wonder, are there computer-users out there who feel inhibited from writing e-mails or calling in with their questions? I hope not!
There’s no question that bicycles are popular around here. The Burke-Gilman and Sammamish River trails draw bicyclists (and walkers) daily. Redmond even has a velodrome for bicycle racing.