Contributed by Steve Miller on Feb 12, 2006
The following letter appeared in the Ann Lander’s newspaper column a few years ago. It is a great image of what marital love is like.
"Dear Ann Landers: I’m going to tell you about a love story that I witness every time I go to the nursing home to see my husband
Contributed by Dana Chau on Mar 22, 2002
The student of a great philosopher entered the house of ill-repute. The teacher came to the door and asked him to come out. The student refused because he was ashamed. The teacher replied, "There is no shame in leaving the house of ill-repute, but there is great shame in staying."
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 25, 2002
GLITZY GRAMMY GIFTS
The New York Post reports that producers of the 2002 Grammy ceremony showered each of the show’s stars with a personalized gift basket said to be worth $16,000 each.
Britney Spears got a pair of $1,900 diamond earrings, a Blackberry pager, an iPod MP3 player, a free
Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Apr 7, 2001
Values can be completely reversed in certain circumstances. You may have heard the story of how when the "Titanic" was sinking, a rich lady was in her cabin when the order to abandon ship was given. There was no time for packing possessions. She noticed two things on her dressing table - her