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...the birds have to use potholders to pull the worms out of the ground."

Restaurant Review
Grandma's Kitchen

This restaurant, a recommendation from my sister, was a small step back in time. The interior consisted of bright yet cozy colors, which was very much the opposite of the strip-mall exterior. Even the salt and pepper shakers were miniature food-shaped items.

Feature Article
What Kind Of Person Does It Take?
by Nick Coons

I live in a fairly low-crime area of town. I can go outside in the middle of the night and not fear for my safety. I lock the door to my car, I lock the door to my house, and all is well -- Usually.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

It seems that a young man in Kansas decided to write a book about churches around the country. He decided to start in New York and head west.

He enters a large cathedral in New York and notices a golden phone with a sign that reads "$10,000/minute." Intrigued, he asked the the pastor what the deal was. The pastor explained that this phone was a direct line to heaven and you could personally speak to God. The young man moved on to the next church.

As he went through church after church moving across the country, he saw the same phone with the same sign. Finally, he entered a church in Arizona. And again, he saw the same phone, but this time it had a sign that read "Calls: $0.25/each." The young man asked the local pastor what this phone was for.

"This is a direct line to heaven, and you can speak directly to God," replied the pastor.

"Yes, but all of the other phones in all of the other churches were $10,000/minute. Why is this one only 25 cents for a call?" questioned the young man.

"Well you're in Arizona now, so this is a local call."
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