That your chrysalis death will soon return to life, it's Monday Mail.
Just in time for Halloween, today's opening is from the song "Graveyard" by Grayson Capps.
Did you know some readers are nice enough to point out online errors without being snide?
Me neither. But it turns out some are. Joy French Brown sends this tip about a Friday report on a guy's telling a police officer his two stolen pitbulls showed up on Craigslist:
Officer Brownless or Officer Brownlee?
It was Officer Josh Brownlee. Thanks.
Did you know a pitbull could be valued at $2,000? Me neither.
Where's Waldo vote?
Chris Posey sends a link to point out this problem with a Sunday photo caption. It reminds us this is the last week to vote early in Georgia. So get that done by Friday or you'll have to wait until election day, which could be a charter-amendment pop quiz for some people:
In the article online below, you have the caption under the picture stating that is the early voting at the Columbus Public Library when in fact, that is the Government Center's early voting site.
Good catch. That's a photo I shot a week earlier -- making it an "early early voting" photo -- not the one that was supposed to go with Sunday's piece.
I should fix that. But then it is my photo...
Here's a "Cbus_Whisperer" posting to Sunday's column on our $100-prize contest to make a costume out of newspaper (email photo entries to Sonya Sorich, firstname.lastname@example.org, by 3 p.m.):
There's one thing definitively wrong with the L-E 'make a costume out of newspaper': Who can afford to do so? With so few pages in each edition, you'd pay a fortune just to get enough material to make one, and Party City and Kmart are selling ready-made ones for less.
Kmart and Party City are selling costumes made of newspaper?
Those can't be safe.
Here's a trailed-off posting from riceboy1701e:
I can think of better uses for newspaper. Lining bird cages (but even the birds won't read it), starting grills, wrapping fish, wiping my....
Again we caution readers that using the newspaper for personal hygiene may lead to indelible underwear skid marks because of the ink rub.
Tim Chitwood, email@example.com, 706-571-8508.