Judging by the hole in the satellite picture, it's Monday Mail.
The 40 percent
Has anyone seen my property tax bill? I hear I have to pay at least 40 percent of it today.
Kelly Chitwood sent this the day I shot a fire photo:
Just noted a Chitwood's photograph on the internet and thought it was cool, because I am a Chitwood and a photographer, too.
Have a good day!
Was my photo in the online mug shot gallery?
Did you hear about the naked sunbathing comet?
SUNDIVING COMET: Astronomers are paying close attention to a newly-discovered comet, C/2012 S1 (ISON), which is heading for a remarkably close encounter with the sun. Fierce solar heat could turn Comet ISON into a bright naked-eye object in November 2013. First images and speculation are highlighted on today's edition of Spaceweather.com
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I will unsubscribe if you keep using titillating terms like "naked-eye object." We don't want impressionable young people baring their eyes to naked objects.
Our young people have more immediate environmental concerns, says Keep Columbus Beautiful:
Our 18th Annual Help-the-Hooch cleanup activities will be Oct. 12-13. To assure the success of our local project, we need your help! Please register your school today to conduct a campus cleanup on Friday, Oct. 12 or participate in the community-wide cleanup activities Saturday, Oct. 13.
Schools please indicate your need for cleanup supplies on the registration form. After your cleanup activities, please complete the Trash Tally form you'll receive in your information packet. You may submit the Trash Tally via mail to: KCBC, P.O. Box 428, Columbus, GA 31902, or fax it to 706-653-4007.
Please encourage your students to attend the volunteer Thank You Party and Watershed Festival at Golden Park, Saturday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. ... We'll have hotdogs, cotton candy, popcorn, soft drinks and exhibits for our volunteers. Also, you will receive a free T-shirt while supplies last....
Free T-shirt, huh? What's the T-shirt say?
Maybe one day people will stop throwing their trash in the river.
Meanwhile, if a flood ever flushes you downstream, you can always tie off the neck and sleeves of your T-shirt, stuff it with discarded water bottles, and create your own personal flotation device.
Tim Chitwood, email@example.com, 706-571-8508.