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One argument used by some gun rights zealots against any type restrictions on civilian purchase and ownership of the military-style assault weapons used in so many of these mass slaughters is that handguns cause more fatalities in the United States than AR15s.
Many of Mississippi’s busted roads and bridges may soon be back in working order.
I hope by the time this is published, or shortly thereafter, the collective wisdom of the Mississippi Legislature which at times is in short supply will have shot down a proposal making it likely more people will be packing guns in college football stadiums, classrooms and dormitories.
Over the past couple months, our weather has been like a wild roller coaster from being below freezing for periods of time to returning to the low 70s a few days later.
With a stretch of warmer temperatures here everyone starts to wonder about our insect friends.
It’s August 2008, in Tupelo.
A short gorgeous exotic woman with long black hair sits in front of me at the WIN Job Center office and smiles. My mind takes flight with excitement as her beauty steals my heart and holds it hostage.
Last week, The Enterprise-Tocsin featured a photo on the front page of several children at one of our local elementary schools.
They were celebrating their 100th day of school by dressing up like they were 100 years old.
Yours truly posed the headline question, “who knew 100 days of school could add so many years?”