Good Soup?

Written by Valerie Garner

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When they got home that evening we asked, “What soup were you referring to?” With that,repparttar husband’s eyes got huge, as he remembered then telling his wife to fill that pan withrepparttar 118220 old, dried macaroni and cheese with hot, soapy water and it was left onrepparttar 118221 stove for soaking. They had heated up this soap mess and ate it! Not only that, they ate halfrepparttar 118222 kettle.

You can be sure; they appreciate any real food that’s cooked. Its so nice to be appreciated. It’s so wonderful cooking for “non-picky eaters”.

By Valerie Garner, mother, grandmother and candlemaker / owner of Joyful Designs in Soy

Revised: We are Going to Live on Mars

Written by Arthur Zulu

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First, you would be photographed and finger printed. Then you would be required to pass through a machine that would search even your insides for weapon possession. And then psychiatrists would have to examine your brain for mental fitness. Meanwhile,repparttar Interpol is double checking your past for any hint of crime record.

If you pass all of these, you would then go torepparttar 118219 moon for space travel orientation and survival drills. The course is rigorous because it includes how to survive on zero gravity, survival without oxygen, and how to survive below freezing point. If you pass that, then you have to think of how to pay your ticket fee to Mars. Becauserepparttar 118220 amount is equalrepparttar 118221 annual budget of poor nations. And because we are not going to turn to spirits and fly to Mars.

Since Mars is a very cold place, departure torepparttar 118222 planet will be in this order. Those who live inrepparttar 118223 polar regions--repparttar 118224 coldest spots on earth -- will haverepparttar 118225 opportunity to go first. In that case, Greenlanders and Netherlanders inrepparttar 118226 north, andrepparttar 118227 Australians and New Zealanders down under, would make uprepparttar 118228 first settlement in Mars. ‘Lucky' folks. The Europeans and Americans would follow. Of courserepparttar 118229 Africans who are sun- friendly, would bringrepparttar 118230 rear. Pity them. They are always coming last

Whenrepparttar 118231 good people would have been ‘spirited' to Mars, a rocket would be sent back to earth with five to burnrepparttar 118232 terrorists,repparttar 118233 murderers,repparttar 118234 robbers, andrepparttar 118235 religious fanatics. (Since they are not with us, they are against us.)

Up there in Mars, there would be no terrorist, because no one is allowed to carry guns. Exceptrepparttar 118236 governors of Mars who maderepparttar 118237 Martian dream a reality. And in an atmosphere of peace, we recline onrepparttar 118238 red planet and drink our red wines -- made in Mars of course.

Many years after,repparttar 118239 story would be told to our grand-children of how a certain earth was destroyed. And they would look down from Mars and pity former planet earth. But I fear that after our generation is gone, some terrorists would spring up from Mars, and our grandchildren, sorry, opporunity children, would destroyrepparttar 118240 planet and head for Jupiter, and pass onrepparttar 118241 story to their grandchildren.

Now letrepparttar 118242 journey begin.

ARTHUR ZULU an editor and book reviewer, isrepparttar 118243 author ofrepparttar 118244 controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that revealsrepparttar 118245 terrorists' master plan to finally setrepparttar 118246 world on fire!) For a copy ofrepparttar 118247 book and FREE excerpt, goto: For contacts, mailto:

ARTHUR ZULU an editor and book reviewer, is the author of the controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that reveals the terrorists' master plan to finally set the world on fire!) For a copy of the book and FREE excerpt, goto: For contacts, mailto:

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