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Purr. Whirr.

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 8:52:32 GMT

Mecho-pets such as the catbot is easier for many people -- the elderly, the allergy-stricken, the autistic and disabled children and adults -- to relate to than a real cat.



Woman Who Loves To Mush

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 8:52:32 GMT

TORONTO -- The dogs had not eaten in two days, and they were getting too weak to pull the sleds. Matty McNair and the four men on the expedition shared their last food in their frigid tent. Fuel for the stove was low and the resupply plane was still socked in.



Girls' Night Logged On

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 8:52:32 GMT

You match the Nicole Kidman card with the Nicole Kidman card, the Julia Roberts card with the Julia Roberts card, the J.Lo card with the J.Lo card. Simple enough. The game is called Ditto, and it's on the Web site of Ladies' Home Journal, and Karen Heal is, at this very moment, too preoccupied playing the game to talk about it.



LIFE IS SHORT | Autobiography as Haiku

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 8:52:32 GMT

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who regard themselves too highly and those who don't think of themselves highly enough. For an extreme variation of the latter, the road to redemption ends impossibly with perfection in all things. The perfectionist's pursuits may open any number of doors in life but always present the same conundrum: Would you want to be a member of a club that would have you as a member? Somehow the truly great seem to find their proper place. The rest of us spend our lives knocking on doors, searching for a home.