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I worked in the garden for the first two days.The weather was hot and sunny.I liked working with Mr Duncan,and he was pleased with my work.头两天我在园子里干活。天气晴朗而炎热。我很喜欢与邓肯先生一块儿干活,他对我干的活也很满意。lsquo;You#39;re a good gardener,rsquo;he said.;你是个好园丁,;他说。lsquo;I#39;ve always liked gardening,rsquo;I said.lsquo;But I#39;m studying at college to be a farmer.rsquo;;我一向喜欢园艺。;我说,;但我现在正上大学,以便当个农夫。;Sometimes I saw Greta Ross.我有时见到格里塔;罗斯。lsquo;She likes to be alone,rsquo;I thought.Once or twice I saw Greta go out with her painting things.She went up on the hills or down to the beach.;她喜欢一个人独处,;我想。有一两次我看见格里塔带着画具出去了。她到山上或到海滩去。Mr Duncan took me to the farm and I met Dan and Stella Parks.They were very friendly.邓肯先生带我到农场去,我见到了丹;帕克斯和斯特拉;帕克斯。他们非常友好。lsquo;You can work on the farm for the next three days,#39;said Day Parks.lsquo;Mr Duncan says you#39;re a good gardener.Are you a good farmer,too?rsquo;;接下来的这三天你可以在农场干活。;丹;帕克斯说,;邓肯先生说你是个好园丁。你也是个好农夫吗?;I smiled at him.lsquo;I am,rsquo;I said.我朝他笑了笑。;是的,;我说。He smiled back.他回笑了笑。So I worked on the farm with Mr and Mrs Parks.They were nice people.I helped with the cows and the chickens,and went up on the hills with Mr Parks and his dog to look after the sheep.这样我就和帕克斯夫妇一起在农场干活了。他们是好人。我帮着照看奶牛和小母鸡,还和帕克斯先生及他的一起上山去照看羊群。One afternoon I went out riding. Smoke was a big, lazy,friendly horse.I enjoyed riding and Smoke knew his way around the island very well.I learned new places to go to.一天下午,我骑马出去。;烟;是一匹懒散而友善的大马。我喜欢骑马,;烟;对岛上的路很熟。我知道了些新的去处。I rode along the cliff top and then in between some trees.When we came out of the trees, I saw the house from the other side.I tried to find the window of my room.Which one was it?我骑马沿着峭壁顶部走,然后在树林中间穿行。当我们从树林中出来时,我看到了那幢房子的另一面。我想找出我房间的窗子。是哪一扇呢?Suddenly,I saw a face at one of the windows.The face was looking at me.It was there for just a second or two,then it moved away quickly.突然我看见一扇窗子旁有一张脸。那人正看着我。那人只在那儿呆了一瞬间,接着很快就挪开了。lsquo;Who was thst?rsquo;I thought.lsquo;Was it Mr Ross?And which room was it?rsquo;;那是谁?;我想,;是罗斯先生吗?又是哪个房间呢?;I didn#39;t see my mother very much that first week.She worked all day and in the evenings.She wrote letters to South America,Japan,Canada and Australia. Sometimes,she worked after I was in bed.第一个星期我没怎么见到妈妈。她整个白天还有晚上都在工作。她给南非、日本、加拿大和澳大利亚写信。有时我睡了之后她还在工作。lsquo;Mr Ross works hard,#39;she told me.lsquo;He invests money in many companies and countries.But it#39;s not his money.rsquo;;罗斯先生工作很努力。;她告诉我,;他给很多公司和国家投资。可那不是他的钱。;lsquo;It#39;s not?rsquo;I was surprised by this.;不是他的钱?;对此我很惊讶。lsquo;No,it#39;s his wife#39;s money.And she bought the island.It#39;s her island,her house,her farm.Everything belongs to her.rsquo;;不是他的,是他妻子的钱。并且是她买了这个岛。这是她的岛屿,她的房子,她的农场。所有的东西都属于她。;lsquo;How strange!But why does Mr Ross always look sad?And why does he never leave the island?rsquo;I asked.;多奇怪呀!可为什么罗斯先生总显得那么忧郁呢?为什么他从不离开这个岛呢?;我问道。lsquo;I don#39;t know,#39;said my mother.lsquo;He says he likes it here and likes working on his farm.It#39;s strange,I know.rsquo;;我不知道。;妈妈说,;他说他喜欢这儿,喜欢在他的农场里干活。我知道,这的确有点儿怪。;Sometimes,when I finished work,I walked along the beaches or the cliffs.Or I went swimming in the sea.I liked swimming.Greta Ross often came to the beach to swim,but Mr Ross never came.有时干完活以后,我就沿着海滩或峭壁散步,或者去海里游泳。我喜欢游泳。格里塔;罗斯常到海边去游泳,但罗斯先生从来不去。lsquo;Stay away from the rocks,Carol,rsquo;Greta Ross told me.lsquo;They#39;re very dangerous.rsquo;;离礁石远些,卡罗尔。;格里塔;罗斯告诉我,;它们很危险。;lsquo;I will,rsquo;I said.;好吧,;我说。 /201204/179080So you awoke this morning in a miserable mood. Well, maybe your special dream character didn't put in an appearance last night, or maybe there just weren't enough people drifting through your dreams.If that sounds like far-fetched fantasy, consider these interesting findings that have emerged from eight years of sleep and dream research at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio:While sleep affects how sleepy, friendly, aggressive, and unhappy we feel after awakening, feelings of happiness or unhappiness depend most strongly on our dreams.Each of us has a special dream character, a type of person whose appearance in our dreams makes us feel happier when we awake.What we dream at night isn't as important to how we feel in the morning as the number of people who appear in our dreams. The more people, the better we feel.Our sleep influences our mood. Our mood, in turn, affects our performance. And throughout the day, our levels of mood and performance remain closely linked.During the past two decades, research has greatly expanded our knowledge about sleep and dreams. Scientists have identified various stages of sleep, and they have found that humans can function well on very little sleep, but only if they dream. Yet the true function of sleep and dreaming continues to elude precise explanation.In 1970 Milton Kramer and Thomas Roth, researchers at the VA Hospital and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, respectively, raised this question: Do our moods in the morning relate in any way to our sleep and dreams the previous night?Human experience suggests that they do. Certainly we generally feel better after a good night's sleep. But Drs. Kramer and Roth sought a much more definitive answer. And that answer, though still evolving, is positive yes.Kramer and Roth began by seeking to determine whether one's mood differs between night and morning, and whether this is related directly to sleep. They found that there is a difference, and its is definitely related to sleep. Then they explored the various aspects of mood and their relationship to the various stages of sleep and dreaming.What does a good night's sleep mean to our mood? Generally we are happier, less aggressive, sleepier, and a bit surprisingly, less friendly. Being sleepier is easily explained. It simply takes a little time to become fully alert after awakening.But why should we feel less friendly? Here the researchers must speculate a little. They suggest the answer may be the lack of association with other humans during the period of sleep.Once the two doctors established scientifically what common sense and folk wisdom had long taught - namely, that there is link between sleep and how we feel - they set out to learn what parts of our mood are related to which specific parts of the sleep cycle.Normal sleep is broken into five distinct parts - Stages 1 through 4, plus REM, an acronym for rapid eye movement. Much remains unknown about each of the five sleep stages. Most dreaming occurs during REM sleep, a period when the eyeballs move rapidly beneath the closed lids. And whether they remember or not, all adults dream, usually four to six times a night.Three types of mood are strongly related to some specific stage of sleep. Our friendly, aggressive, and sleepy feelings all relate to Stage 2 sleep, which accounts for most of our total sleep hours. Our friendly and sleepy feelings, but not our aggressive feelings, are affected as well by Stages 3 and 4, and by how long it takes us to fall asleep.This means that if you get less sleep than normal - and people vary a great deal in how much sleep they normally require - you awake more friendly, more aggressive, and less sleepy.At this point, the doctors found themselves puzzled. They knew from their earlier work that sleep determines if people feel happier. Yet when they studied the various sleep stages, they found no correlation between sleep physiology and the unhappy mood. Clearly sleep made a difference, but that difference didn't relate to how much time one spent in each of the various sleep stages.The two researchers decided the key to whether we feel happy or unhappy after sleep must lie in sleep's psychological component - our dreams. So they began studying dream content - what dreamers dreamed and who appeared in their dreams - to see how this affected mood.Instead of sleeping through the night, volunteers now were awakened four times while in REM sleep. They were asked about such things as what their dreams were about; the sex, age, identity, and number of the people in their dreams; and what each person in a dream was doing.Interestingly, Kramer and Roth found that being awakened four times a night didn't make a difference in the volunteers' morning mood patterns. But they did find that who appears in a dream has a far greater influence on mood than what occurs in the dream. "Who affects all the moods," Kramer says, "but primarily the unhappy mood."Each of us, it turns out, has a special dream character, and if this type of character appears in our dreams, we are happier when we awake. "For people in general, how unhappy you feel after sleep depends on who is in the dream," Kramer says. "Who it is that makes you happier is different for you than for me." For some it may be an older woman, for example; for others, a young man.Who appears in your dream isn't the only important thing. The more people who appear in your dreams the happier you are on awakening. It's a case of the more the merrier. "The bad thing in a dream is to be alone; you feel worse," Kramer explains. "You can relate this to wakening psychology, where being alone leads to more unhappiness. There is something about interacting with people that produces happiness."A number of researchers have examined the relationship of mood and performance. The doctors also checked into this relationship, and they have found some interesting correlations."We found that the more friendly, more aggressive, more clear-thinking, less sleepy, and surprisingly, the more unhappy you are, the better you perform. That last one - the unhappy - I can't explain," Kramer says. Moreover, the level of person's moods and the level of his or her performance rise and fall together throughout the day.Initially the two VA researchers worked only with men, because the dreams of men are far easier to study. Men and women dream differently. Indeed, sex is the biggest factor in accounting for differences in the people activities, locations and feelings that occur in dreams. Dr. Kramer says, "When you compare men and women, you get a greater difference in dream content than when you compare, say, 20- and 60-year-olds, or black and white."Last year the VA researchers began studying the relationship of sleep, dreams, and mood in women. This work is continuing, but the initial findings reinforce what they had found in men."Overall, the women are just like men," Kramer says. Article/200803/28124

Jordan Wolf signed up for the Army as soon as he graduated from high school. After Jordan took various aptitude tests, the recruiter said that Jordan scored high in electronics. He would receive a stateside assignment in a computer lab, where he would learn to program software and repair electronic hardware. Also, Jordan would receive a ,000 cash bonus.He attended eight weeks of basic training at Ft. Benning, Georgia. While in training, he talked to his new buddies about how he was going to be in a computer lab stateside after basic training. His buddies were amazed, as all of them were going straight to Iraq. They all graduated from basic training on a Friday and spent the weekend getting drunk in nearby Columbus.On Monday morning, the drill sergeant told all of them that their next duty station was Iraq. Jordan told the drill sergeant that there must have been a mistake. “The Army doesn’t make mistakes, soldier!” the drill sergeant barked at him. “Now pack your gear. You’ll be in Baghdad in two days.”Jordan wrote letters to his congressman and senators while he was in Iraq. He couldn’t believe that the recruiter had lied to him like that. Meanwhile, for almost 18 months he went out on daily missions looking for the bad guys. One day, his vehicle got blown up by a handmade bomb. He got shrapnel in his left eye and was permanently blinded. The Army gave him a glass eye, declared him unfit for duty, and discharged him.After enrolling at Troy University, Jordan got a letter from the Pentagon. Maybe it's a commendation, he thought as he opened the letter. Since he hadn’t completed his three-year commitment to the Army, the letter said, he must return all of his cash bonus, plus interest. Article/201105/135576

After I heard about 10 minutes of silence, I heard the 'thing' go back downstairs and into the kitchen. I eventually got to sleep around 4am, I was very surprised that I even got to sleep at all but I had just finished a 14 hour shift at work.  I got up at 7am for work and was worried I was going to find that the house had been robbed (I wanted to wait till it was light just in case). I went into the kitchen; all the doors leading to the basement were still locked. I unlocked each one carefully expecting to find some sort of damage but there was nothing. This made me even uneasier because I know I heard someone in my house that night.  My granddad returned home the next day. I told him about what had happened; I thought he was going to tell me to stop being stupid. He took me into the corridor where the basement door is and showed me a large crack in the wall above the basement door. I was so scared. It proves that I didn't imagine the banging and screaming and something must have caused the cracks in the wall. The surveyor came round yesterday and couldn't find the cause of the crack, he asked me if anybody had kicked or tried to force the door. I didn't tell him this story, in case he thought I was being stupid.  十分钟的寂静后,我听见那东西又下了楼,回到了厨房。凌晨四点的时候我终于睡着了,我自己也觉得很惊讶我居然能睡着,但毕竟之前我刚连续上了14个小时的班。  早上七点我起来上班,心里很担心会看到整个家都被抢了,(为了以防万一,我一起等到天亮了才出了房间)。我走进厨房,却发现所以通往地下室的门都是锁着的。我仔细地打开每一扇门,想找点房间被破坏的痕迹,可却什么也没发现。这点让我更加的恐慌,因为我知道昨天晚上我听到家里是有人的。  第二天我爷爷回来了,我告诉了他所发生的一切,我以为他会对我说别傻了。可他却领着我来到走廊,来到地下室的门前,指着门上方墙体的一道裂缝给我看。我吓坏了,这道裂缝明那晚的砰砰声,还有尖叫都不是我凭空想像出来的,是真的有什么事情发生了才会有这道裂缝的。房屋的检测员昨天也来过,可也说不清为什么房子会裂的。他问我有没有人踢过门或者是想破门而入之类的。我没有跟他说那晚的事情,我怕他会觉得我简直是太愚蠢了。 Article/200810/52852

  Inspector Walsh put his hands behind his head.#39;What time is it?I#39;m hungry.We#39;re learning a lot,but I need some coffee.#39;沃尔什探长把手放在脑后。;几点了?我饿了。我们了解了不少东西,但我需要点咖啡。;#39;Shall I go to the kitchen?#39;Sergeant Foster asked.;要我去厨房吗?;福斯特警官问。#39;Oh,no.Later.Let#39;s see Jackie Clarkson next.#39;;哦,不,呆会儿。咱们接下来见见杰基;克拉克森。;Jackie came in and sat down.She looked down at her hands and said nothing.杰基走进来坐下,她低头看着手没说话。#39;We found the empty bottle of your mother#39;s sleeping tablets in Diane#39;s room,#39;the Inspector said suddenly.Then he waited.Jackie#39;s face did not change and she said nothing.;我们在黛安娜的房间发现了你妈妈安眠药的空瓶子。;探长突然说,然后他等着。杰基脸色没变,她一言不发。#39;Tell me,did your mother get her tablets from the shop in the village?#39;;告诉我,你的妈妈是从村里的商店买到药的吗?;#39;Yes.My mother usually took a sleeping tablet every night so she needed a lot of tablets.Sometimes she got them from the shop,sometimes I did.On Thursday,I asked Peter Hobbs to get them.He lives in the house across the road,and he of-ten goes to the village on his bicycle.#39;;对。妈妈通常每晚都要一片安眠药,所以她要许多药片。有时她去商店买,有时是我去。周四我请彼特;霍布斯去买。他住在马路对面的那幢房子,他经常骑自行车去村里。;#39;I see.Your mother wanted to stay in this house.How about you?Did you want to move?#39;;明白了。你母亲想留在这幢房子里。你呢?你想搬家吗?;Jackie looked up for a minute and then down at her hands a-gain.#39;This is Mother#39;s house.I loved my mother.She was good to me.#39;杰基抬头看了会然后又低下头看着她的手。;这是我妈妈的房子。我爱我的妈妈,她对我很好。;#39;Did you see your mother in her room last night?#39;;昨晚你去她的房间见她了吗?;#39;Yes,everyone did.Diane made hot milk and took it to Mother.She usually drank a cup of hot milk before she slept.#39;;去了,每人都去了。黛安娜煮了热牛奶并端给了妈妈。她通常在睡前要喝杯热牛奶。; Article/201202/172982

  Laughter is what makes the world go round. If you can’t laugh, life would be very boring and depressing. The sound of laughter is one of the most beautiful sounds in the world. Just hearing it makes me smile and want to laugh too. I have to find out what’s funny so I can share the joke, or share the fun. I particularly love the sound of small children laughing. Their laughter is infectious. It’s amazing the things they find to laugh about. I think I heard somewhere that laughter is the best medicine. That’s so true. I also think a good laugh keeps you healthy. A few people I know belong to a laughter club. They stand around in circles and laugh. Yes, laughter really is one of the best things we do. Article/201105/137331。

  有声名著之了不起的盖茨比 Chapter1 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影 Article/200809/48417

  Noise. It gets into your head and under your skin. Too much noise can turn ordinary people into raging maniacs. All too-common noises in neighborhoods are the blaring TVs, blaring car radios, and barking dogs. Most cities have ordinances against excessive noise. Of course, if you complain about your neighbor’s noise, your neighbor will hate you and start making more noise. So, many people try to ignore their inconsiderate neighbors. Finally, when they can take it no longer, they simply move.The city council of Los Angeles recently came to the rescue of its residents—or seemed to. It passed a new ordinance: the owner of a dog that barks for 30 minutes straight will get a warning the first time a complaint is made. For a second complaint, the owner will pay a 0 fine or go to jail for a week maximum, or both. The council wrote no penalty concerning a third or fourth complaint. “Finally,” said Zev Doheny, “we’ve passed a noise law with some teeth in it.”Of course, there are a few problems with the new law: How does a resident prove that a dog was barking for 30 minutes? Does he present an audio tape? With modern technology, couldn’t that tape easily be “doctored” so that one minute of actual barking magically becomes 30 minutes? Couldn’t a person tape just any old dog barking and then claim that it’s his neighbor’s dog doing all that barking? Do dogs have voiceprints, like humans have fingerprints? Will all dogs have to get “voice-printed?”“There isn’t one brain among the lot of them,” complained the owner of a pet store when he heard about the council’s new law. “Their ‘solutions’ are almost always worse than the problems themselves.” Article/201105/1344151Adam, Seth, Enosh, 2Kenan, Mahalalel, Jared, 3Enoch, Methuselah, Lamech, Noah. 4The sons of Noah: Shem, Ham and Japheth. The Japhethites 5The sons of Japheth: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech and Tiras. 6The sons of Gomer: Ashkenaz, Riphath and Togarmah. 7The sons of Javan: Elishah, Tarshish, the Kittim and the Rodanim. The Hamites 8The sons of Ham: Cush, Mizraim, Put and Canaan. 9The sons of Cush: Seba, Havilah, Sabta, Raamah and Sabteca. The sons of Raamah: Sheba and Dedan. 10Cush was the father of Nimrod, who grew to be a mighty warrior on earth. 11Mizraim was the father of the Ludites, Anamites, Lehabites, Naphtuhites, 12Pathrusites, Casluhites (from whom the Philistines came) and Caphtorites. 13Canaan was the father of Sidon his firstborn, and of the Hittites, 14Jebusites, Amorites, Girgashites, 15Hivites, Arkites, Sinites, 16Arvadites, Zemarites and Hamathites. The Semites 17The sons of Shem: Elam, Asshur, Arphaxad, Lud and Aram. The sons of Aram : Uz, Hul, Gether and Meshech. 18Arphaxad was the father of Shelah, and Shelah the father of Eber. 19Two sons were born to Eber: One was named Peleg, because in his time the earth was divided; his brother was named Joktan. 20Joktan was the father of Almodad, Sheleph, Hazarmaveth, Jerah, 21Hadoram, Uzal, Diklah, 22Obal, Abimael, Sheba, 23Ophir, Havilah and Jobab. All these were sons of Joktan. 24Shem, Arphaxad, Shelah, 25Eber, Peleg, Reu, 26Serug, Nahor, Terah 27and Abram (that is, Abraham). 28The sons of Abraham: Isaac and Ishmael. Descendants of Hagar 29These were their descendants: Nebaioth the firstborn of Ishmael, Kedar, Adbeel, Mibsam, 30Mishma, Dumah, Massa, Hadad, Tema, 31Jetur, Naphish and Kedemah. These were the sons of Ishmael. Descendants of Keturah 32The sons born to Keturah, Abraham's concubine: Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak and Shuah. The sons of Jokshan: Sheba and Dedan. 33The sons of Midian: Ephah, Epher, Hanoch, Abida and Eldaah. All these were descendants of Keturah. Descendants of Sarah 34Abraham was the father of Isaac. The sons of Isaac: Esau and Israel. 35The sons of Esau: Eliphaz, Reuel, Jeush, Jalam and Korah. 36The sons of Eliphaz: Teman, Omar, Zepho, Gatam and Kenaz; by Timna: Amalek. 37The sons of Reuel: Nahath, Zerah, Shammah and Mizzah. The People of Seir in Edom 38The sons of Seir: Lotan, Shobal, Zibeon, Anah, Dishon, Ezer and Dishan. 39The sons of Lotan: Hori and Homam. Timna was Lotan's sister. 40The sons of Shobal: Alvan, Manahath, Ebal, Shepho and Onam. The sons of Zibeon: Aiah and Anah. 41The son of Anah: Dishon. The sons of Dishon: Hemdan, Eshban, Ithran and Keran. 42The sons of Ezer: Bilhan, Zaavan and Akan. The sons of Dishan : Uz and Aran. The Rulers of Edom 43These were the kings who reigned in Edom before any Israelite king reigned : Bela son of Beor, whose city was named Dinhabah. 44When Bela died, Jobab son of Zerah from Bozrah succeeded him as king. 45When Jobab died, Husham from the land of the Temanites succeeded him as king. 46When Husham died, Hadad son of Bedad, who defeated Midian in the country of Moab, succeeded him as king. His city was named Avith. 47When Hadad died, Samlah from Masrekah succeeded him as king. 48When Samlah died, Shaul from Rehoboth on the river succeeded him as king. 49When Shaul died, Baal-Hanan son of Acbor succeeded him as king. 50When Baal-Hanan died, Hadad succeeded him as king. His city was named Pau, and his wife's name was Mehetabel daughter of Matred, the daughter of Me-Zahab. 51Hadad also died. The chiefs of Edom were: Timna, Alvah, Jetheth, 52Oholibamah, Elah, Pinon, 53Kenaz, Teman, Mibzar, 54Magdiel and Iram. These were the chiefs of Edom. Article/200811/56481

  PART FIVE - THE NEXT MRS. ROCHESTERCHAPTER TWENTY-FOURA Surprise at ThornfieldIn the morning, I told Diana and Mary that I had to go on a journey, and that I would be gone for a few days. They did not know the reason for my trip, but they did not ask me questions. After a day and a half of traveling, I arrived at the village near Thornfield. I ran across the field, thinking that in a few minutes, I would see the man I loved. "He might be walking in the gardens, and I could surprise him!" I thought.But [-----1-----]! Thornfield Hall was nothing but a burned mountain of stones. Everything was quiet. This was why no one at Thornfield has answered my letters! There had been a terrible fire. "Is anyone hurt...or dead?" I cried out as I began to run back to the village. I had to find someone who could tell me what had happened. In the village, I stopped at a hotel and asked."Well, Miss," the owner said, "One of Mr. Rochester's old servants is a good friend of mine. They told me everything! I can tell you it was that Bertha Mason who started the fire, in the room that used to belong to the governess! Yousee, Rochester was in love with this girl, [-----2-----]. When she left, he almost went mad himself. His wife knew about the girl and was very jealous. "When the fire began, Rochester put his life in danger, helping everyone leave the house. Then he bravely went back to save his wife, but she jumped out of a window and killed herselfQ But because he tried to save her, he was hurt badly in the fire. He lost one hand, and he is blind now. It's sad, isn't it, Miss?""Where is he now?" I asked."Well, I think he lives at Ferndean Manor, which is another house of his. It's thirty miles away." [-----3-----]. 填空 :1、when I reached the main gate, I had a horrible shock当我来到大门时,我震惊了!2、even thought she was just a plain little lady尽管她只是个不起眼的小女人。3、I found a carriage to take me there immediately我立即找了辆马车,让它把我送到那儿。隐藏Vocabulary Focussurprise:v.使某人吃惊,此处用为动词。 Article/200907/76318

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  The blue bike was sitting in Owen’s living room. It had no kickstand, so he had wedged the front tire in between two bookshelves so that the bike would stand upright. Both tires were flat. Dust covered the bike. However, no household spiders had set up a web site. When was the last time I rode this thing, he wondered as he looked at it.It was Sunday. Sunset was still almost two hours away. The temperature had been 86 at noon, but had dropped to about 76. Owen had spent Saturday and most of Sunday cleaning up his apartment. The termite inspector was coming on Monday. Owen wanted the inspector to be able to “inspect” without tripping over boxes, books, fishing rods, and golf clubs.Owen was going to reward himself with a late afternoon bicycle ride. He enjoyed riding or walking through his neighborhood with its many beautiful houses, yards, and trees. But first, he had to inflate both bike tires. He got out a hand air pump he had bought at a thrift shop for only . The pump nozzle adapter didn’t fit onto the bike’s valve stem. Nothing is ever simple, he thought.He looked for his new pump, the one that had cost . It had all the bells and whistles: high volume air flow on both up and down strokes, quick lock valve adapter and four nozzle adapters, air gauge, and footplate for easy pumping. It was a beauty. Of course, Owen couldn’t find it. I’ve got everything, but I can’t find anything, Owen muttered.As usual, Owen did find one thing while he was looking for another thing. He found another used pump that he had been looking for a month ago. It was a big, heavy, steel pump that had an air gauge and a small leak somewhere. Owen connected the pump to the rear tire. He started pumping. The “small” leak seemed to have gotten bigger. Owen stopped counting after the first 80 pumps; finally the dial hit 65 psi. He was huffing and puffing. He went to the refrigerator and got a diet soda. After finishing it, he pumped up the front tire. Sweat dripped from his forehead. That was a good workout, he thought as he finished off a second soda. He screwed the valve stem caps back on. He stood back and admired his “new” tires proudly.The bike was now y to ride. Owen, however, felt a little tired. Plus, he was hungry. In fact, it looked like it was getting too dark for a long ride. There’s always tomorrow, he thought as he opened the refrigerator door. The chilled air felt good. Article/201107/145411

  

  Morgan Cohen walked into the campaign office for Hillary Clinton. He claimed to have a bomb strapped onto him. He told the five workers to go about their business, but he ordered them not to try to leave. “If one of you tries to leave,” he said, “I will kill myself along with the others.” Then he walked over to a desk and asked for Hillary’s phone number. Hillary was in Iowa, talking to voters about her plan to provide national health care for everyone in America.None of the workers had her cell phone number. Upset, Morgan dialed 911. He told the dispatcher that if they didn’t give him Hillary’s phone number immediately, he would blow up her campaign office and everyone in it. The dispatcher asked him to please hold on while he tried to get the number. Police and the FBI drove over to the office and surrounded it.The dispatcher gave Morgan the correct phone number. He dialed it, and Hillary answered her phone. Morgan explained to her that he was not getting the medical treatment that he needed. Every time he went to visit his doctor, his doctor was out to lunch--even at 10 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon. “How can my doctor eat lunch all day long?” he asked Hillary. Hillary said she didn’t know, but that she would try to get a law passed forbidding doctors to have all-day lunches.Morgan continued talking to Hillary until he noticed the police car lights outside the building. He hung up and walked to the front door of the building. A police captain asked Morgan to release all the hostages. Morgan said he would release them if the police brought him a cigarette and a Whopper from Burger King. A short while later, while Morgan was eating the Whopper, the police rushed in and tackled him. His “bomb” was nothing more than a few flares taped to his waist under his jacket.Morgan, who lived in a nearby town, was known for his strange behavior. He had been under psychiatric care for much of his life. FBI officials were outraged that Morgan had interrupted a busy presidential candidate. A spokesman vowed that Morgan would be thrown into jail for a long time for kidnapping, reckless endangerment, and terrorism. “Mental illness is no excuse,” he declared. “This is a nation of laws, not excuses.” Article/201104/134118

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