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A UNC student walked up to an airport ticket counter
the Raleigh-Durham Airport and asked to buy a
round trip ticket.

"Where to?" Asked the smiling ticket agent.
The student rolled his eyes and said, "Duh, back here!"






Riddles For 11.21.5


1) I'm so fast you can't see me,
Though everyone sees straight through me,
I don't stop until the day you die.

What am I?

2) What is it that a child could carry,
yet in turn could carry a man,
but nothing short of magic
could make it stand on one end?

3) My posterior is adorned with feathers. I have a rather
long neck and quite a pointy nose. I am able to fly, yet
I have no wings. What am I?



Copper Clappers


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Rachel's Tears

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Aslan's death so filled their minds that they hardly thought of it....
And down they both knelt in the wet grass and kissed his cold face
and stroked his beautiful fur — what was left of it — and they cried
till they could cry no more. And then they looked at each other and
held each other's hands and cried again and then again were silent.

—C.S. Lewis, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe



Few Appropriate Remarks


Abraham Lincoln's "few appropriate remarks" at the dedication of the new
Union cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 19, 1863 have
been regarded as the greatest speech in American History.

What was regarded as the "Gettysburg Address" that day was not the
speech delivered by President Lincoln, but rather the two hour oration
delivered by Edward Everett. Everett was a renowned diplomat and scholar
was widely considered to be the nation's greatest orator of his time.

In contrast, Lincoln's "few appropriate remarks" summarized the war in two
or three minutes, in ten sentences, and in less than 300 words:

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent,
a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that
all men are created equal.

Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any
nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great
battlefield of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field,
as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that
nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.

But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate—we can not consecrate—we can not
hallow—this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have
consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will
little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget
what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to
the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly
advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task
remaining before us—that from these honored dead we take increased devotion
to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we
here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this
nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government
the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

Most of the audience was watching the photographer, and the applause was
delayed, scattered, "barely polite." The photographer felt cheated — the
President had spoken at an important event, and he didn't get his

The next day the Chicago Sun-Times would observe, "The cheek of every
American must tingle with shame as he reads the silly, flat and dishwatery
utterances of the man who has to be pointed out to intelligent foreigners as
the President of the United States." (Sound familiar - President Bush,
Iraq, CNN, N.Y. Times, CBS, NBC, ABC, etc.)

Lincoln used the Gettysburg Address to reveal his thinking about the war,
as a fight not only to save the Union, but also ultimately to establish
freedom and equality for all under the law. Many historians think his simple
and inspired words reshaped the nation by defining it as one people
dedicated to equality.

President Lincoln had given his brief speech a lot of thought. He
meaning in the fact that the Union victory at Gettysburg coincided
with the
nation's birthday; but rather than focus on the specific battle
in his
remarks, he wanted to present a broad statement about the larger
significance of the war. He invoked the Declaration of Independence, and
principles of liberty and equality, and he spoke of 'a new birth of freedom'
for the nation. In his brief address, he continued to reshape the aims of
the war for the American people, transforming it from a war for Union to
war for Union and freedom.

In three minutes, in just 272 words, Lincoln explained what the war was
about and why it had to continue. It was a fight, he said, to preserve and
advance two fundamental American ideas: constitutional liberty and human
equality. The nation created by the Constitution of 1787 was a permanent
bond that could not be broken by a discontented minority. As Lincoln had
said, in private, two years before: '[the war] must settle this question ...
whether in a free government, the minority have the right to break up the
government when they chose. If they fail, it will go far to prove the
incapacity of the people to govern.' At Gettysburg he reiterated this in
soaring language. These men have died, and many more would die, he said,
that 'government of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not
perish from the earth.' But what began as a struggle to preserve democracy,
had become, as well, a war to insure what Lincoln called a 'new birth of
freedom,' a government 'dedicated to the proposition that all men are
created equal.' Lincoln did an amazing thing in his Gettysburg Address. He
informally amended the Constitution, which tolerated slavery, pledging the
nation to the idea of human equality embodied in the Declaration of
Independence. Later in the war, when the country grew weary of the killing,
Lincoln was pressured to drop emancipation as a condition of peace. He
flatly refused. (Sounds like today's Democrats).







Escape From Lonely Island




I Walk The Line


I keep a close watch on this heart of mine,
I keep my eyes wide open all the time.
I keep the ends out for the tie that binds,
Because you're mine, I walk the line.

I find it very, very easy to be true.
I find myself alone when each day is through.
Yes, I'll admit that I'm a fool for you,
Because you're mine, I walk the line.

As sure as night is dark and day is light
I keep you on my mind both day and night.
And happiness I've known proves that it's right,
Because you're mine, I walk the line.

You've got a way to keep me on your side,
You give me cause for love that I can't hide.
For you I know I'd even try to turn the tide,
Because you're mine, I walk the line.

I keep a close watch on this heart of mine,
I keep my eyes wide open all the time.
I keep the ends out for the tie that binds,
Because you're mine, I walk the line.

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How did the coolest man in the music industry
become that way while singing about Jesus and
the Cross?



An executive was interviewing a UNC* grad for a position in his
company. He wanted to find out something about his personality
so he asked, "If you could have a conversation with someone,
living or dead, who would it be?"

The UNC grad quickly responded, "The living one."

*UNC is the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Specializing in a wide range of degree programs including:
B.A. A.H.F.(Advanced Hamburger Flipping), A.P.E., N.U.T., B.R.C.
(Bar Room Conversations), etc. Institution was founded in 1898
for sons/daughters of local Chapel Still politicians that were
unable to qualify for the more prestigious institutions of higher
learning such as Duke, Wake Forest, and N.C. State.


Did you hear about the UNC student who stayed
up all night wondering where the sun went?

It finally dawned on him.






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Tks: Marie - South Africa




Standing Up For Our Rights


Parents who helped out at Christmas -- excuse me, Winter parties,
were told not
to bring red or green napkins, paper plates, or cupcakes.
After all, these were
the colors of Christmas! Nor could students pass
out tickets to a popular
Christmas pageant held every year at a local
church. They were even forbidden to
say "Merry Christmas" to their



Dear Friends,

Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is
in Him. He will be like a tree planted by the water that sends
out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes;
its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of

Your Devoted Friend,



A Famous Revolutionary's Surprising Past


Spiritual roots of a radical leader you've heard of.


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Early in the new film WALK THE LINE, opening today, a twelve-year-old Johnny
Cash is talking with his adored older brother Jack. Johnny asks how Jack is able
to remember all the stories in the Bible. Jack, who wants to be a preacher,
responds, "You can't help people unless you can tell 'em the right stories."

It's a truth that the filmmakers clearly bore in mind as they made the movie.
WALK THE LINE, a beautifully made film about Cash's early years, is many stories
in one: a story of sin, self-absorption, recklessness, grace, and redemption.




What A Wonderful World


Don't know much about History
Don't know much Biology
Don't know much about Science book
Don't know much about the French I took
But I do know that I love you
And I know that if you loved me too
What a wonderful world this would be

Don't know much about Geography
Don't know much Trigonometry
Don't know much about Algebra
Don't know what a slide rule is for
But I know that one and one is two
And if this one could be with you
What a wonderful world this would be

Now I don't claim to be an "A" student
But I'm tryin' to be
For maybe by being an "A" student, baby
I can win your love for me

Don't know much about History
Don't know much Biology
Don't know much about Science book
Don't know much about the French I took
But I do know that I love you
And I know that if you loved me too
What a wonderful world this would be

But I do know that I love you
And I know that if you loved me too
What a wonderful world this would be

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Three women escaped from prison. One was a redhead,
one a brunette, and one a UNC grad.

They ran for miles until they came upon an old barn
where they decided to hide in the hayloft and rest.
When they climbed up, they found three large gunnysacks
and decided to climb into them for camouflage.

About an hour later the sheriff and his deputy came
into the barn. The sheriff told his deputy to go up
and check out the hayloft. When he got up there the
sheriff asked him what he saw and the deputy yelled
back, "Just three gunnysacks."

The sheriff told him to find out what was in them,
so the deputy kicked the first sack, which had the
redhead in it. She went, "Bow-wow", so the deputy
told the sheriff there was a dog in it. Then he
kicked the sack with the brunette in it. She went,
"Meow", so the deputy told the sheriff there was a
cat in it. Then he kicked the one with the UNC grad
in it, and there was no sound at all. So he kicked
it again, and finally the UNC grad said, "Potatoes".


I had the toughest time of my life: First, I got angina
pectoris and then arteriosclerosis. Just as I was
recovering from those, I got tuberculosis, double
pneumonia and phthisis. Appendicitis was followed by

I completely lost my memory for a while. I know I had
diabetes and acute ingestion, besides gastritis and
rheumatism. I don't know how I pulled through it.

It was the hardest spelling test I've ever had.

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D I S C L A I M E R If someone should ask if it's legal to download songs
found on various non-commercial sites, such as this one.

Well, I'm neither a lawyer nor a technician,
and I've begun to wonder if it was legal for
us to tape music off the radio back when
tape recorders first came into being.

And were we committing a crime when we recorded
a movie shown on TV with our VCRs? And was it
really legal to buy a dual-deck recorder for the
express purpose of duplicating cassettes?

My answer to all of the above is, "I don't know."

Nonetheless, here is a formal statement in
some kind of legalize that appears to apply
to this kind of file availability:

The songs on this site are copyrighted by their respective artists and are placed here
for evaluation purposes only. No profits or sales are made on this site from their use.

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