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on a bike at OU
Police mistake a band WHAT IF THERE WAS
sticker for an actual A BOMB THREAT AT
threat, arrest owner BGSU?
By Lisa Halverstadt If a similar situation arose
REPORTER at BGSU, University officials
This is an article, not a pipe would react in this way:
When Ohio University ■ Upon noticing the threat,
Police found a bicycle with a police officers would keep
sticker reading “This Bike is a people away from the area,
Pipe Bomb” on March 2, offi- blocking it off for at least
cers shut down four buildings 500 feet.
and called in a bomb squad ■ After examining the poten-
from Columbus. tial bomb, police officers
What officials didn’t know at would decide if there if
the time was that This Bike is a the threat was valid by
Pipe Bomb is a Florida-based conducting interviews and
punk band. doing extensive research,
Patrick Hanlin, 28, had left including on the Web.
his bike overnight in front of ■ If there was a physical
Oasis, an on-campus diner. threat, BGSU officers would
As he headed to church the contact the Toledo Police
next morning, another student Department’s Northwest
told him about the potential Bomb Squad. Lt. Weekley, a
bomb threat and he realized University police officer, is
the sticker on his bike might a member of the squad.
have caused panic. ■ Upon their arrival, the
When he tried to explain bomb squad would more Jordan Flower BG News
the sticker, officers arrested carefully examine the
him immediately. object for several hours. For
CLOSE CHECK: Reid Emminger checks the engine during preflight. The plane’s engine will rotate at over 35,000 rpm so balance is key to keeping
“I’m on my way to church example, they might X-ray the plane in the air. The new glass cockpit the computer systems help take guess work out of engine management.
and then 15 minutes later, I’m
it or open it.
in handcuffs,” Hanlin said.
■ If you find something you
The same bike he rode from
Boston to Seattle to raise
money for a Michigan hospice
believe may be a bomb,
don’t touch it, move it or New flight
was eventually destroyed as
officials searched for a pos-
open it. Call 9-1-1 and let
officials take care of the
Meanwhile, students in
Scott Quadrangle, just yards After resident advisers were
unable to offer any informa-
away from the diner, were
“It’s really scary when you
tion about the situation,
Stuerenberg called her moth-
wake up at 8 a.m. and see a er to tell her there might be a
bomb squad outside your bomb on campus. BGSU’s new plane
dorm,” said Shari Stuerenberg, An hour later, the bomb only one in Ohio to
an OU sophomore who lives
in Scott. BOMB, PAGE 2 teach latest program
Jordan Flower BG News
By Johnny Payne
REPORTER VIEW FROM ABOVE: The planes that fly low over the buildings get a full view of Bowling Green. This shot
The future of aviation looks more taken at 1,000 feet is an everyday view for the pilots of the aviation program.
like a video game than the revolu-
PROOF KILLED IN DETROIT: tionary digital technology it actu-
becoming increasingly popular McDermott made a special effort tion airplanes are coming out
and necessary within the field of to obtain an airplane with the new with this,” he said, emphasiz-
Rapper from D12 and close friend ally is.
aviation. Where most traditional technology. He recently went to ing the necessity of familiarizing
Two screens surrounded by a
of Eminem was killed outside a cockpits feature many mechanical Florida to pick up a new Piper pilots with glass to prepare them
multitude of buttons, knobs and a
gauges, glass cockpits use com- Arrow craft, complete with glass. for future careers as professional
sea of bright-green lights compose
night club on 8 Mile early yester- the biggest trend in modern avia-
puter displays that can be adjusted McDermott said the University pilots.
to show different information. is the only college in Ohio cur- Flight systems manager Linda
day morning. For the full story visit tion, known as “glass.”
To keep pace with other training rently using glass technology to
Glass refers to the digital instru-
us on the Web; BGNEWS.COM programs and the aviation indus- educate and train its students. GLASS, PAGE 2
mentation in airplanes that is
try, Aviation Studies Director Jon “More and more general avia-
on target Non-profit Web access sees growth
with teaching BG business expands for everyone.” mean we don’t use the latest
WCNet.org is growing stron- technology to be progressive
and Southeast Michigan.
The original turnout was COMPANY HISTORY
now spans county,
math, reading adds more features
ger every year and adding and innovative,” Krupp said.
more access and features at
According to Krupp, WCNet
became the first Internet pro-
more than they expected, hav-
ing 1,000 subscribers in the
Since its debut in 1995, locally
based internet provider WCNet
By Nikki Jardine By Addie Curlis K r upp sa id vider to offer high- Krupp said the mission of has aggressively increased its
REPORTER REPORTER service area.
t he addit iona l speed DSL access in WCIC is to bring simple and
While national statistics show Starting as a local Internet features refer to “The Ohio in 1998. economical Internet access.
cutbacks on time spent in sub- provider for Bowling Green upgrades in mod- In 2001, WCNet Volunteer Bob Maltby has ■ 1995 - Began dial-up
jects such as science and social in 1995, WCNet has expand-
expansions Internet access in Bowling
ern technology. received its first done work for WCNet since it
studies, Bowling Green local ed across Ohio and into WCNet was also throughout invitation to begin started in 1995. Green
schools hasn’t had to shift the Southern Michigan. the first Internet service in Wyandot “Every week or two WCNet ■ 1998 - Began high speed DSL
curriculum drastically to fulfill WCNet, a non-profit orga-
Wood in Bowling Green
service to support County. This was sends me a request for techni-
national standards. nization, has been providing V.92 technology. County the first expan- cal assistance and I assist the ■ 1998 - Began ISDN service
The national study conduct- affordable Internet access for V.92 is the latest made sense... sion made due to a customers over the phone,” throughout coverage area
ed by the Center on Education the last ten years. modern technol- request. Maltby said. (Wood County)
Policy showed 71 percent of Originally started to service ogy that supports for everyone.” “We later began Maltby said WCNet was ■ 1999 - First expansion out-
school districts had to cut back Bowling Green, the communi- mo dem- on-hold service in Michigan made up strictly of volunteers side of Wood County (Fostoria
on time spent teaching one sub- DENISE KRUPP,
ty-based business expanded to software, quicker DIRECTOR because it was the when it was established and and Findlay)
ject to make more time for math provide to all of Wood County. connections and 30 natural place to currently most people on the ■ 2001 - Began service in
and reading. Denise Krupp, director of to 40 percent faster expand toward eco- payroll are original volunteers. Wyandot County
Bowling Green was not one of member services, is proud of downloads. nomically,” Krupp said. Users of WCNet are billed ■ 1/2003 - Began service in
the 299 districts surveyed. Only the wide expansions they are The Internet runs across a WCNet is ultimately a project $99 annually for unlimited Michigan
one Ohio district, Cleveland, was making as a whole. traditional phone line without of the Wood County Internet dial-up Internet access. High- ■ 8/2003 - Began service in
included in the survey. “The expansions through- interruption to the functional- Council, Krupp said, which is speed costs are closer to $44 Akron/Canton
Kathy Zachel, assistant super- out Wood County and beyond ity of the line, Krupp said. an Ohio non-profit corporation per month.
made sense not by design, “Just because we are a non- made up of volunteers from Source: www.wcnet.org.
CURRICULUM, PAGE 2 but in that it was beneficial profit organization doesn’t throughout Northwest Ohio WCNET, PAGE 2
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Student gets support from McCain looks to the future
ACLU, online community By Thomas J. Sheeran
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CLEVELAND — Sen. John McCain
campaigned yesterday for GOP
two big media markets, stumped
in Cincinnati for the re-election
of U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot and in
Cleveland with Secretary of State
brother,” Blackwell said. “We both
represent at our respective lev-
els reform and change, and we’re
going to do it by not abandoning
BOMB, FROM PAGE 1 seling and works as a resident officials will fill out a request
candidates in a cross-state swing Kenneth Blackwell, who is bat- the principles of our party.”
assistant in a dorm, was most form and send Hanlin a check.
that gave him a chance to mend tling Attorney General Jim Petro Petro campaign spokesman
squad and caution tape were concerned about the impact Hanlin said he canceled
for the nomination for governor. Bob Paduchik offered the same
fences with his party’s conserva-
cleared and all of the build- the incident would have on his the meeting because he has
“This is a big tent Republican response he did a day earlier
tive base as he looks ahead to a
ings, including Oasis, were future. The charges would have CPR training for his counsel-
Party, and Sen. McCain doesn’t when Florida Gov. Jeb Bush
possible 2008 presidential race.
re-opened. taken away his right to vote, ing internship. He plans to
The Arizona senator, hitting have to be my twin to be my endorsed Blackwell.
At roughly the same time, and he still might have trouble call Burns today to schedule
Hanlin was released and getting a job after he graduates another meeting or agree upon
charged with inducing panic in June. a reimbursement amount.
after being questioned by “I really wanted it to just fade Chris Clavin, president of
police. Rather than give him away,” he said.
a felony charge,
authorities gave “It’s really
On March 6, OU
Plan-It-X Records, which repre-
sents This Bike is a Pipe Bomb,
said the band members were
Subject integration helps learning
him a lesser misde- all charges against relieved charges against Hanlin CURRICULUM, FROM PAGE 1 sixth grade, more emphasis is put positive for us,” Higgins said.
meanor charge and scary when Hanlin would be were dropped, but weren’t on the other subjects, according Having math as a higher pri-
a fine. you wake up dropped. shocked by the incident itself. intendent of Bowling Green city to Higgins. ority isn’t such a bad thing,
Within 24 hours, According to a “It’s not a new thing,” he said. schools, said math and reading Daniel Brahier, professor of since historically, state test
the incident made ... and see a release, the univer- “The band and I both think it’s already had an important place mathematics education in the scores for math have been sig-
national and inter- bomb squad sity decided after the dumbest thing ever.” in the curriculum. school of teaching and learn- nificantly lower then English,
national news. further investigation No one would see a bicycle as “I don’t see us making it more ing, said the methods classes social studies and science,
A c c o r d i n g outside your that Hanlin meant a potential bomb, Clavin said. of a priority than it already is,” on campus devote a lot of time according to Brahier.
to Hanlin, the dorm.” no harm. “If you made a bomb, you Zachel said. towards learning how to teach “I think when you say to peo-
American Civil OU authorities wouldn’t advertise that fact.” This isn’t to say that lessons subjects together. ple that math and reading are top
Liberties Union SHARI STUERENBERG, are now planning to Lt. David Weekley, BGSU in science and social studies “You can teach a math unit drawer than you automatically
contacted him, a OU STUDENT reimburse Hanlin police officer and mem- are being cast aside in Bowling and include a lot of science in it, are saying to them, in effect, that
blog was created for his 7-year-old ber of the Toledo Police Green. Working these subjects or you can do a social studies unit social studies and science are not
about him and This Bike is bike, which is valued between Department’s Northwest into math and reading lessons is that incorporates mathematics as important. And I don’t think
a Pipe Bomb fans across the $800 and $1,000, according to Bomb Squad, disagrees. a goal they are trying to achieve, and reading of tables within that that’s true,” Brahier said.
country sent him photos of roadbikereview.com. He said officials must take according to Zachel. context, ” Brahier said. “I would Higgins explains the empha-
their identical bicycle stickers. John Burns, OU’s direc- every threat seriously. “We encourage as much as hope that the mentality doesn’t sis on math and reading as
Hanlin said he was most tor of legal affairs, said that “We treat everything like possible, and this is one thing I go so much towards reading and building a basic foundation
amused by a Web site selling he planned to discuss the it’s real,” he said, adding that think we need to work on ... is math that we start excluding for the other subjects during
shirts and other merchan- reimbursement with Hanlin a bicycle could easily be filled to do the interdisciplinary teach- everything else.” primary years, which parents
dise with such catch phrases today, but that the meeting with explosives and bombs. ing,” Zachel said, adding that they Making the connections both seem to understand.
as, “Free Patrick Hanlin!” was canceled. He said he Stuerenberg is glad OU offi- try to combine subject material across subjects and within them “I haven’t heard any com-
and “Patrick Hanlin is NOT hopes there will be an agree- cers responded to the sticker. when possible. can also help teachers with time plaints from parents. I think most
a pipe bomb.” ment within a week. “I can easily see how the Stacey Higgins, reading spe- constraints. This is a more effec- understand the early elementary
Although some may find “I don’t want to delay it much police were concerned, and cialist at Ridge Street Elementary, tive way of teaching because years need to be spent building
his situation amusing, Hanlin, longer,” Burns said, adding that I’m glad there was concern,” said combining course mate- it helps students have a better a foundation of skills that the
who studies education coun- once the two parties agree, OU she said. rial is possible for kindergarten understanding of the subject students can use to learn those
through fourth grade classes, but matter, according to Brahier. subject areas independently,”
the primary focus isn’t on math One way Bowling Green Higgins said.
and reading until the fifth grade. schools has attempted this inte- Beyond just the mathematical
“The focus needs to be on gration is by using more non-fic- elements, it helps students devel-
building their foundation skills tion literature into the reading op certain learning skills.
BG NEWS Provider beats AOL WCNET, FROM PAGE 1 as well.
for reading and math. And I
think we can teach the concepts
of science and social studies as
lessons, according to Higgins.
“Having the early-level non-fic-
tion text allows us then to teach
“The whole point is that it’s
good critical thinking, problem
solving skills. It’s being able to
CORRECTIONS The Behavioral Connections
we teach them to read,” Higgins
some of the science and social
studies concepts as we teach
explain your point of view and
communicate with others,”
Information was That money goes toward
paying circuit costs as well as
office in the Psychology build- As students reach fifth and them to read, so that has been Zachel said.
ing has used WCNet as their
wrongly attributed labor and facilities. Internet Service for years
Yesterday’s story titled “I think people pick our ser- according to Julie Broadwell.
“Students complain, teacher vices over AOL mainly because Krupp adds that several large
suspended,” attributed Neal our costs are one-third of AOL’s,” companies in the Wood County
Carothers saying that instruc-
tor Mark Jarvis had been sus-
pended. That information
In addition to affordable
rates, WCNet’s technical sup-
area use WCNet’s services.
The main office is locat-
ed at 310 W. Gypsy Lane in
Glass prepares aviation students
actually came from a student in port is local and convenient, Bowling Green. GLASS, FROM PAGE 1 Dorsey, a senior. “But it’s learning to use this new technol-
Jarvis’ class, Corey Reasonover. Krupp said. For more information on the going to make it safer to fly, ogy, they are gaining valuable
Carothers did not name the Offices on campus are mov- services or how to subscribe, Snyder shared McDermott’s and there’s going to be more experience flying the technol-
instructor suspended with pay. ing in the direction of WCNet visit www.wcnet.org. thoughts on the importance information at my disposal.” ogy that airliners use — a signifi-
of glass to potential profes- Additional information cant career-enhancing process,”
sional aviators. offered by glass includes an McDermott said.
“Our students have to see glass extensively-detailed GPS map Dorsey, who prefers glass to
or they’ll be behind other people of a plane’s current position, older analog gauges, is thankful
that they’ll be competing with to updates regarding weather, and for the opportunity to boost his
get jobs,” she said. “It’s becom- several other features that are career options with glass.
ing more and more necessary.” only meaningful to an experi- “Dr. McDermott’s efforts to
Glass has been credited with enced pilot. get glass are going to inevita-
allowing pilots to concentrate Aviation program faculty said bly increase the University’s
on only the most important they believe the $40,000 system competitiveness,” he said. “If
information, as well as drasti- will give University students the it wasn’t for Dr. McDermott,
cally simplifying the cockpit. edge they will need to secure no one here would be able to
“It’s going to take a while careers as aviators. experience what it’s like to fly
to get used to,” said Jason “Our students are not only with glass.”
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Ohio State University’s Knowlton School of
Architecture recently completed work on plans to
rebuild two hurricane-ravaged residential areas, but a
new $2 million grant from the Department of Housing
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Beyond Service Learning in the
get a Women’s Studies Classroom
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The Administrative Staff Council Featured Speaker: Dr. Theresa
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Duke athletes’ DNA doesn’t match up
What Counts As Activism? Moving
People show mixed feelings after genetic test results were announced
CAMPUS 4:30 - 5:45 p.m.
Asian Studies Forum on Peace
By Iza Wojciechowska
DURHAM, N.C. — Members of
John Burness, senior vice
president for public affairs and
government relations, said,
tees formed last week to examine
broader themes — such as social
life and lacrosse culture — will
results were surprising, but they
noted that the lack of a DNA
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BG NEWS WIRE SOURCES
Studies and Hiroshima
Asian Studies Forum Presents
the Duke University and Durham, however, that until legal clarity continue to look into issues raised the case. Several said their skep-
N.C., communities expressed is established in the case, the by the incident, regardless of the ticism stemmed, in part, from
Dr. Alexander Sidorkin on Peace
Health fair offers Studies followed by Mark Virgint:
emotions ranging from accep-
tance to surprise after lawyers for
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“The incident on March 13
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part of “Be a ‘S.T.A.R.’ 2006: 208 Union match any samples obtained said. “We must have confidence will explore,” Burness said. “It will that because those results are neg-
Start thinking about reducing from a woman who claims she that the investigation will get to help everyone understand the ative that a rape did not occur,”
risks to health,” which is the 8 p.m. was raped by three players on the truth.” issue better.” said Chalice Overy, a third-year
20th annual University Health Faculty Artist Series: Laura Melton, March 13. He added University commit- Some Duke students said the student in the Divinity School.
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STAFF EDITORIAL THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
Experimenting with insurance
It’s amazing what people can YOU DECIDE because the state was working buy insurance tax-free, and incen- Which brings up what critics say right of people to make decisions
accomplish when you sit every- under the threat of losing federal tives would be offered to insurers are the weak points: about their health care, including
one around a table and threaten Do you think statewide health money if it didn’t cut the number to offer low-cost plans. In addi- The plan relies heavily on exist- whether to carry insurance.
them with the loss of $385 million. insurance is a good idea? Send of uninsured. tion, subsidies would be available ing federal and state money, but in Still, Massachusetts is doing
OK, that’s not exactly what an e-mail to thenews@bgnews. If successful, the plan could to low-income people and more these days, federal dollars are far Americans a favor by tackling a
happened, but it’s nothing short com and tell us what you think, be a watershed moment in children would get free coverage from being a reliable resource. nationwide issue in an innovative
of remarkable that the inter- or post feedback on our Web health care. But success of the through Medicaid. The program might not be manner. If states are bold enough
ested parties in Massachusetts site. Massachusetts experiment is by Proponents claim the plan able to operate on only that to try new ideas, sooner or later
— Republicans and Democrats, no means guaranteed. will require $125 million in new money, with little hope of find- one may come up with a way to
business leaders and advocates for The law would require anyone money over three years. Gov. Mitt ing other funding. make health care affordable for all.
the poor, insurers and hospitals as Massachusetts becomes the who can afford health insurance Romney says the plan wouldn’t Subsidies for the poor might not Whether this grand plan suc-
— agreed on a bill to make sure first state to require all its residents to buy it, and those who don’t cause taxes to be raised, partly be sufficient to entice them to buy ceeds or fails, other states will
nearly everyone in the state has to purchase health insurance if the would pay a penalty on their state because the remainder of the $1.2 health insurance. learn valuable lessons from the
health insurance. The nation will bill becomes law. income taxes. Individuals and billion price tag would be paid for Many people are worried about hard legislative work being done
be watching this bold experiment, The plan came together largely small businesses would be able to with state and federal money. a law that would take away the in Boston.
Drop memorization from tests PEOPLE Overpopulation
ON THE STREET deserves attention
able to rattle off all 50 states in valuable purpose of distinguish-
RYAN 30 seconds, except for maybe ing which students are best at
JOHNSON at parties. An 8-year-old who the subject.
spends a week memorizing the Instead, it means more open- In this age of technol-
Gettysburg address is probably book tests and take-home tests. debates between the pro-
U-Wire Columnist less than 25 feet from the nearest Why not let students take tests
ogy, should professors choice and pro-life movements.
Arizona Daily Wildcat AMANDA
computer when he recites it, if with the Internet in front of be giving more take HOOVER One side claims every
University of Arizona he doesn’t already have a Sony them? When we get into the job woman has the right to decide
PSP in his pocket. And I’d like market, how often will we have
home tests? Opinion Columnist whether or not she wants
to see ESPN’s The Schwab, their assignments when we can’t use children, and the other says
op quiz. What’s the capi- trivia expert, compete against all available resources? When we he world is facing a every fetus is a living baby that
tal of Bolivia? my mother — who knows little produce reports, clients aren’t global population crisis. deserves the right to live.
While waiting for tardy about sports — with the Elias going to care if they came from There are currently more I direct this column to both
clubs to show up to an orienta- Sports Bureau in front of her. memory or from an online pro- than 6.5 million people on of these views and urge people
tion for Spring Fling last week, What does this mean for the cedures manual. this planet, and the number to consider the importance of
my roommate wondered aloud professors who still think rote Granted, this doesn’t mean keeps growing. not getting pregnant at all.
the same question. memorization is useful? The that everything should be done This issue can no longer be Now, before you stop reading,
He was sure I would know the ones who make their tests so at home or with open books. PRATAP GAJJALA ignored by the world govern- I’m not saying you can’t have
answer. I spent a semester in that students have to camp out One of my professors had every- ments, the United Nations kids. Not at all, I understand
Bolivia’s neighbor, Chile, and my in the library with flash cards? one take a quiz before each class
SENIOR, COMPUTER and the people of this world. the importance of family and
concentration in my internation- It means they’re wasting stu- about the chapters we were sup- SCIENCE We are reaching a dangerous raising a child. I’m saying we
al studies major is Latin America. dents’ time. What they should posed to read. Most of the ques- “No, it’s more valuable level, one which will soon be need to start practicing good
I didn’t know it off the top be doing is focusing on what tions were simply facts from the unsustainable through our family planning.
of my head. Thirty years ago, is going to be really important chapter, just to make sure that
to have the skills in current means. If everyone has two children,
I would have seemed unpre- this century: Synthesizing and we read it. He would then use your head.” There are already 852 essentially replacing them-
pared and unknowledgeable. A analyzing information. We’re in our knowledge about the chap- million people starving to selves and their spouse, we
fraud for saying I know about an open-book world, and what’s ter to have a more advanced death, according to the Bread can gradually slow the birth
South America. important now is how ideas and class discussion. for the World Institute. The rate to catch up with the death
Instead, I took out my facts connect to each other. Similarly, courses in sub- Department of Health and rate, achieving a zero percent
Blackberry, went on Google, and This shouldn’t be seen as let- jects such as math and engi- Human Services reported growth rate.
came back with the answer 20 ting students get away with not neering may have some use 523,000 children in foster care This is the ideal situation.
seconds later. (It’s a trick ques- learning what they used to have for memorization. But why as of September 2003 and This would allow us to main-
tion. Bolivia has two capitals, La to memorize. Instead, it means shouldn’t an English class that’s only in America. tain all of the luxuries we enjoy
Paz and Sucre.) professors should list it, teach allow you to use writer’s hand- We have already approached now, without sacrificing the
It’s a different world now. students how to find it and then books during in-class essays? EMMA COOMES a level where the quality of life man power to accomplish it.
Memorization is a thing of the move on. In 20 years, there will be much JUNIOR, INTERIOR is less just because I realize how
past. We have companies like Classes would actually get more on the Internet — includ- of the sheer number unlikely this is,
Google, whose self-proclaimed more advanced. “What’s the cap- ing every book ever written, DESIGN of people. If we can-
“It’s time especially when
mission is to “organize all of the ital of Bolivia?” would become every speech that was written “Take home quizzes, not feed 852 million to stop 95 percent of the
world’s information.” “How has having two capitals down and every newspaper arti- people now, how world’s growth is
Our heads can’t compete. Even influenced Bolivia’s political cle. We will also have advanced
but not tests. Everyone many will go hun-
believing coming from devel-
the best geographer in the world development?” handheld computers more pow- would be getting As.” gry when the world we are oping countries
is no match for the CIA World This doesn’t mean the end of erful than supercomputers today. population hits 7 like Africa (whose
invincible. population has
Factbook online. Wikipedia now all tests. Absolutely not. Tests Shouldn’t our education reflect billion? What about
has more than 1 million articles. will always be a staple of college that whenever we need informa- 8 billion? When will We cannot tripled since 1960.)
Bloglines indexes over 1 billion life and an essential one at that. tion on anything, it’s right there? we be able to admit is why educa-
go on having This is so important.
blog entries. Tests let professors hold stu- Professors, please try to make that there are just
No longer is it useful to be dents accountable and serve the your tests reflect our reality. too many people? four, five or In many places
Statistics from 12 children, women are having
infoplease.com lots of children in
show the world’s thinking the anticipation
population mile- it won’t of not all of them
JAMES SCOTT stones have been surviving.
SOPHOMORE, getting closer and make any Through not only
UNDECIDED closer together. difference.” education of over-
Only 200 years population, but
“Yes, it’s about getting ago, in 1804, the through teaching
the info out and hav- number of people on this these countries basic medical
planet hit 1 billion. In 1927 it care we can help to reach these
ing them learn it, not hit 2 billion. Three decades areas where the problem is
about memorizing it.” later, in 1960 we hit 3 billion. In most prominent.
only the past 45 years, we have It’s time to stop believing
doubled the world’s population. we are invincible. We cannot
To make matters worse, the go on having four, five or 12
projected growth rate has the children, thinking it won’t
total number of humans at 9 make any difference.
billion in the next 20-25 years. We have to learn that we
Now I’m not suggesting we serve a greater world commu-
start killing off people to bring nity. We are responsible for the
our numbers down. next generation of this country
MICHAEL PRIMIANO What I am suggesting is that and this world.
we begin to educate ourselves Let’s keep them out of pov-
SENIOR, DIGITAL ARTS and others about the impor- erty and out of foster care.
“No, it’s easier to tance of bringing the growth of Practice responsible family
the population way down. planning, and stay educated on
have it in your mind This means lowering the the issue of overpopulation.
KRT already, instead of birth rate.
having to learn it over This issue has come back Send comments to Amanda at
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time baseball aficionados players around the league were
were shaken to the core. One extremely vocal about the issue.
man who described himself One player who spoke on the
as a White Sox fan “since last condition of anonymity was
September” angrily remarked, clearly frustrated: “Whatever
“Who do they think they are? happened to the good ‘ole days,
Practice is for preschoolers.” when all you had to do was take
Another fan chimed in, “Yeah, steroids and sign autographs?
really. They make so much Now they expect me to work for
money they shouldn’t have to my paycheck?”
practice.” Other fans echoed Animosity toward the White
his sentiments; an extensive Sox was prevalent among many
telephone poll revealed that 73 of the other teams’ players. One
percent of Americans no lon- Cardinals pitcher remarked, “This
ger trust the abilities of Major is baseball. What makes them
League Baseball players. think hard work will help them?”
“I thought they could do any- White Sox manager Ozzie
thing without trying … I’ve lost Guillen quickly became defen-
my faith in the game,” another sive when pressed: “I admit it. We
fan lamented. He added that practiced. Big deal. I’m not proud
he would “no longer” go to any of it, okay? But we did what we
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Iran succeeds in its quest to enrich uranium, president says
Nuclear support rises in watchdog agency, Mohamed The Iranian enrichment
ElBaradei, was heading to Iran announcement “is not particu-
Iran, despite increasing today for talks aimed at resolv- larly helpful,” it said.
tensions and suspicions ing the standoff. The timing of Uranium enrichment can pro-
the announcement suggested duce either fuel for a nuclear ener-
By Ali Akbar Dareini Iran wanted to present him with gy reactor — as Iran says it seeks
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a faithful accomplishment and — or the material needed for an
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s hard-line argue that it cannot be expect- atomic warhead.
president said yesterday that the ed to entirely give up a program Yesterday’s announcement
country “has joined the club of showing progress. does not mean Iran is immedi-
nuclear countries” by success- Former president Hashemi ately capable of doing either. So
fully enriching uranium for the Rafsanjani, a powerful member of far it has succeeded only in get-
first time — a key process in Iran’s ruling clerical regime, said ting a series of 164 centrifuges to
what Iran maintains is a peaceful the breakthrough means ElBaradei work in the enrichment process.
energy program. “faces new circumstances.” Thousands of centrifuges are
The announcement from The White House, which is needed for a workable program.
PresidentMahmoudAhmadinejad pressing for U.N. sanctions against But successfully carrying out
was certain to heighten inter- Iran, said the enrichment claims the highly complicated and deli-
national tensions surrounding “show that Iran is moving in the cate process even on a small scale
Iran’s nuclear program. The U.N. wrong direction.” would be a breakthrough, and
Security Council has demanded “Defiant statements and Iran’s nuclear chief said the pro-
that Iran stop all enrichment by actions only further isolate the gram would be expanded to 3,000 Mehr News Agency AP Photo
April 28 because of suspicions regime from the rest of the world,” centrifuges by the end of the year. NOT FOR WEAPONS: Vice President Gholamreza Aghazadeh, Iran’s nuclear chief, speaks in Mashhad, Iran’s
the program is designed to make said White House spokesman Ahmadinejad announced it at holiest city yesterday. Iran has successfully enriched uranium, but won’t use it to build atomic weapons.
nuclear weapons. Scott McClellan. a nationally televised ceremony
Ahmadinejad warned the West Britain’s Foreign Office issued clearly aimed at drumming up holiest cities, Mashhad. Before the efforts made by our scientists, power plants,” Ahmadinejad said.
that trying to force it to aban- a statement reiterating the U.N. popular Iranian support for the he spoke, screens on the stage I declare here that the laboratory- “I formally declare that Iran has
don uranium enrichment would call for a halt to enrichment work nuclear program. He addressed showed footage of nuclear facili- scale nuclear fuel cycle has been joined the club of nuclear coun-
“cause an everlasting hatred in the and warned that “if Iran does not an audience that included top ties and scientists at work. completed and young scientists tries,” he said. The crowd broke
hearts of Iranians.” comply, the Security Council will military commanders and clerics “At this historic moment, with produced enriched uranium into cheers of “Allahu akbar,” or
The head of the U.N. nuclear revisit the issue.” in an ornate hall in one of Iran’s the blessings of God Almighty and needed to the degree for nuclear “God is great.”
New prime minister
appointed in Israel
By Aron Heller was moved up to yesterday.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “Today, we realize that he is not
JERUSALEM — With his chair with us anymore in the political
empty and a small brown gavel arena, that he could not see the
lying untouched in front of it, ail- results of what he initiated, the
ing Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Kadima Party,” said Cabinet min-
was declared permanently inca- ister Meir Sheetrit of Kadima.
pacitated by Israel’s Cabinet yes- Cabinet Secretary Israel
terday, officially ending his five- Maimon noted at the beginning
year tenure. of a special Cabinet session that
Sharon, 78, suffered a devastat- Friday marks the end of the 100-
ing stroke Jan. 4 and has been in a day period.
coma since. “According to the law, at the
After the stroke, Sharon’s end of 100 days, the government
deputy, Ehud Olmert imme- must appoint a minister from his
diately stepped in as his tem- party as the acting prime minister,
porary replacement. Olmert until the establishment of a new
has since won national elec- government. The suggestion laid
tions as leader of the centrist forth today is to appoint the head
Kadima Party, and has become of the Kadima party, the acting
the designated prime minister, prime minister Ehud Olmert, as
assigned the task of forming a the prime minister in practice.”
coalition government. Sharon has been lying uncon-
Yesterday’s declaration was scious since his stroke. Last week,
largely symbolic in nature since surgeons reattached a portion of
Olmert has been Israel’s de facto his skull removed in previous sur-
leader since January, and because gery. It was his eighth operation
medical experts believe Sharon’s since he fell ill.
chances of recovery are slim. Sharon underwent a CT scan
Under Israeli law, an ailing on Monday to determine the
prime minister can only have a outcome of surgery on his skull
temporary replacement for up to last week, Hadassah Hospital
100 days before an official succes- spokesman Ron Krumer said.
sor must be named. That dead- The scan revealed no change in
line expires Friday, but because his condition, which the hospi-
the week-long Jewish Passover tal defines as “serious but stable,”
holiday begins today, the declara- meaning that his life is not in
tion of permanent incapacitation immediate danger.
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WWW.BGNEWS.COM NATION Wednesday, April 12, 2006 7
Abramoff Summer gas going up records go
to GOP in Prices predicted to
scheme peak in May, drop off
in late summer
WASHINGTON (AP) — The
By John Solomon and Sharon Theim By H. Josef Hebert National Archives agreed to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS seal previously public CIA and
WASHINGTON — A WASHINGTON — Gasoline Pentagon records and to keep
Republican Party official and prices are surging again with silent about U.S. intelligence’s
Jack Abramoff’s lobbying team summer on the horizon, push- role in the reclassification,
bluntly discussed using large ing or even passing $3 a gallon according to an agreement
political donations as a way to in some places. released under the Freedom
pressure lawmakers into secur- Drivers aren’t expected to ease of Information Act.
ing federal money for a tribal off on their mileage, sending The 2002 agreement,
client, according to e-mails demand higher than last year. requested three years ago
gathered by prosecutors. But they are grumbling. by The Associated Press and
The e-mails detail how The Energy Department says released this week, shows
Abramoff’s team worked to it expects the price of regular to archivists were concerned
leverage assistance from the average $2.62 a gallon, 25 cents about reclassifying previously
W h i t e more than last summer, over the available documents — many
House, April-September driving period. of them more than 50 years
Congress But prices around the country old — but nonetheless agreed
and the already are above that. to keep mum.
GOP to get “Look, it’s $41 to fill it up,” The agreement was origi-
a reluc- complained Lorenzo Rivera, Carlos Osorio AP Photo
nally stamped “secret.”
tant federal 26, a restaurant manager, as he POWER OF THE PUMP: Gasoline prices are surging again with summer The National Archives and
agency and pumped mid-level gas Tuesday lon in the coming weeks, peak Records Administration pro-
on the horizon, pushing or even passing $3 a gallon in some places. vided a redacted copy of the
a single at $3.05 a gallon at a Chevron in May and drop off in late sum-
Republican station near the Watergate com- mer. He said the national aver- Association, which also predicts adequate, barring a major dis- agreement to AP under FOIA
JACK this week and then posted the
congressio- plex in northwest Washington. age can mask local price spikes. a busy summer travel season. ruption, although some regions,
ABRAMOFF document on its Web site.
nal aide to Across the street at an Exxon- “We assume normal weather,” In fact, motorists are expected especially the East Coast, may
LOBBYIST stop block- to use 1.5 percent more gasoline have to rely more on gasoline The agreement said the
Mobil station, regular grade added Caruso, head of the Energy
ing school was going for $3.09 — and there Information Administration. If than last summer. imports, the Energy Department archives “will not acknowledge
construction money for the weren’t many customers. a hurricane or a refinery out- Geoff Sundstrom, a spokes- says. Crude oil is expected to the role of [redacted] AFDO
Saginaw Chippewa tribe. Ervin Goodall, 56, a profes- age causes supply problems, or man for AAA, said, “Although remain high, averaging $65 a in the review of these docu-
Abramoff’s team ultimately sional driver pumping supreme if crude oil takes a major jump, the price of gasoline is very barrel for the year, it says. ments or the withholding of
prevailed when the congres- grade into his large sedan, was prices will be higher yet. high, the fact is the economy Refiners have been shifting any documents determined
sional aide was overruled, sev- paying $3.29 a gallon. “It’s lot Crude oil climbed above $69 still seems to be growing. We’re away from the additive MTBE to need continued protec-
eral lawmakers pressured an higher than last year, a bigger a barrel yesterday to the highest adding jobs, so we would expect — which causes drinking water tion from unauthorized dis-
Interior Department agency hit,” said Goodall, who added level this year before easing back we would see a relatively strong contamination — resulting in a closure.” AFDO stands for Air
and Congress itself set aside the that when it comes to personal somewhat. Wholesale gasoline summer travel season.” greater demand for corn-based Force Declassification Office.
money for the tribe. Lawmakers driving he’s scaling back — no for delivery in May was a shade Gas prices last week were 40 ethanol. That’s pushing up pric- National Archivist Allen
who helped got thousands of more Saturday day trips. over $2 a gallon, 29 percent high- percent higher than the same es “a few pennies,” Caruso said. Weinstein applauded the
dollars in fresh donations from Guy Caruso, head of the er than a year ago. week a year ago and are likely The refiners have said they release of the agreement
Abramoff’s team. Energy Department’s statistical But Caruso said motorists rise further as higher crude oil will stop using MTBE on May 5 and said an internal agency
Federal bribery law prohib- agency, said prices at the pump, are not expected to cut back and wholesale gasoline costs when the federal requirement review on how best to han-
its public officials from tak- which averaged $2.68 a gallon on their summer driving — a move through the system, “ for a clean-air oxygenate is lifted dle reclassification requests
ing actions because of gifts last week nationwide, are likely view mirrored by AAA, former- Caruso said. as part of an energy law enacted should be completed by the
or political donations and to increase 10 to 15 cents a gal- ly the American Automobile Supplies are expected to be last summer. end of this month.
bars lobbyists from demand-
ing government action in
exchange for donations.
Abramoff’s team repeatedly
discussed donations as the rea-
son Republican leaders should
intervene for the Saginaw, the
BG NEWS WIRE SOURCES
“The tribes that want this [not
just ours] are the only guys who Immigrant farm
take care of the Rs,” Abramoff workers win battle
deputy Todd Boulanger wrote YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — The
in a June 19, 2002, e-mail to United Farm Workers of
Abramoff and his lobbying America and one of the nation’s
team, using “Rs” as shorthand largest labor recruiters have
for Republicans. reached an unprecedented
Abramoff’s spokesman, agreement to improve wages,
Andrew Blum, declined com- benefits and conditions for
ment yesterday on the e-mails. guest workers brought to the
Abramoff’s lobbying began United States for farm work.
when the Interior Department Workers will receive a 2 per-
initially opposed giving the cent pay raise over the feder-
Saginaw — a wealthy tribe with ally mandated Adverse Effect
a casino — federal school con- Wage Rate, the minimum wage
struction aid. rates employers must pay. In
Abramoff’s team turned to Washington state, that rate is
Congress, getting Michigan $9.01 per hour.
Democratic Sens. Carl Levin Employers will be required
and Debbie Stabenow to per- to pay for medical care while
suade their party’s leaders to the workers are in the United
request the money in a spend- States and provide work breaks,
ing bill. paid bereavement leave when
a family member dies and paid
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Golf a life-long passion for Falcons’ lone senior
Schroeder introduced to game at age nine by father, grew up playing with the boys on high school team
By Chris Voloschuk
She was a big part of helping Golfing with the guys also had a Along with her improved tee Conference title in 2006 are very AMANDA SCHROEDER
us win at Utah [the team’s most big role in Schroeder’s decision to shot, Schroeder has also gotten reachable, as she has not only A quick look at senior Amanda
Amanda Schroeder is no stranger recent tournament].” play golf at BGSU, along with the increasingly good at putting. She her golfing ability to rely on, but Schroeder’s high school and col-
to golf. She was introduced to the According to Schroeder, matu- school’s decision to give her a full has spent a good amount of time a strong support system to back legiate golf career.
game at age nine and has rity has also been a big help in that scholarship. working on her putting stroke her up. Along with a very posi-
been an avid player ever she can handle her- “I love the game and I with her dad, and now tive and focused ■ High school: Two time
since. She is also the lead- self on the course in always wanted to play col- considers it the stron- “[Schroeder] coach and team- letter winner and participant
er and lone senior on the a respected manner lege golf,” Schroeder said. “By gest part of her game. mates, her parents in the OHSAA boys state golf
BGSU women’s golf team. and she will always me competing with the guys, I Besides her own drives the are always there. tournament in 2000 and
Being that she’s the only show ambition and knew that would look good to improvements, ball very Literally. According 2001.
senior, she has used that tenacity. college coaches.” Schroeder also has to Schroeder, her
added experience to help Perhaps more Since starting at BGSU noticed that the rest of well ... she mom and dad ■ BGSU: Academic Excellence
on the women’s golf team in
not only her own game, interesting than the in 2003, she has put up some her team has improved has a lot of have never missed 2003-05.
but her teammates’ as well. experience itself good individual numbers due from last year. one of her tour-
“We won one tour- distance and naments
AMANDA ■ Three top 20 finishes in
According to the team’s is how Schroeder to her improvements and and
SCHROEDER, gained it. Until col- 2003-04 season.
coach, Stephanie Young,
SENIOR playing strengths. nament in the fall and doesn’t give are always there ■ Career low round of 75 in
Schroeder’s character and lege, she played most- “She drives the ball very well,” one in the spring,” for her.
work ethic, along with her ly with the boys. Her Young said. “She has a lot of dis- Schroeder said. “If we up.” “When I need
Lady Falcon Invitational in
commitment to the game, help dad introduced her to the game, tance and doesn’t give up.” continue to work hard, STEPHANIE YOUNG, help, they do ■ Finished tied for 14th at St.-
make her a strong player and and they play together to this day. Ironically, the driver is a part I know that at the end COACH anything in their
team leader. At Kalida high school, just a half of her game that Schroeder of the year we will be power to help George Invitational in Utah
“She knows how things hour from Lima, Ohio, the future has really put a lot of work into ready and competi- me and give me in 2006.
■ Helped lead team to
are supposed to go,” Young medical technology major played this year. tive for the MAC title. We want the support that I need,”
said. “Something that’s really and held her own on the boy’s “I needed to be a little longer off to be at our best at the end of Schroeder said. two tournament victo-
stood out is her presence on golf team as she won two letters the tee and I feel like I have gained the year.” With all the support she has ries in 2005-06 season
the team, keeping everybody (2001-02) and was named sec- more yardage just by working Schroeder’s goals of playing - Youngstown State and
composed and interacting. ond-team-all-district in 1999. with my driver,” Schroeder said. success and a Mid-American SCHROEDER, PAGE 9 St. George.
need DNA Tribe off to best start since 2002
to convict By Tom Withers
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
his first of '06 to make it 5-0.
Hafner followed with his fifth
Duke team CLEVELAND — Jhonny Peralta
and Travis Hafner hit consecu-
tive homers in the fifth inning to
homer in 15 at-bats, a laser shot
into the budding trees and empty
picnic tables in straightaway cen-
By Tim Whitmire back Cliff Lee and the Cleveland ter. Hafner, who hit 33 homers last
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Indians to their sixth straight, season, didn't hit No. 5 of 2005
DURHAM, N.C. — Standing 9-5 over the Seattle Mariners until May 17.
before a mostly black audi- last night. Seattle cut it to 6-2 in the
ence, the district attorney in At 6-1, the Indians are off to their sixth on Lopez's homer, and the
charge of the Duke University best start since opening 11-1 in Mariners pulled to 6-3 in the sev-
rape investigation said yester- 2002. It's also the first time they've enth on Yuniesky Betancourt's
day he does not need DNA been in first place in the AL Central RBI single.
to bring charges and vowed, since April 18, 2002, a season they But the Indians added three
“This case is not going away.” finished 74-88. runs in the seventh on Victor
District Attorney Mike Peralta's two-run homer and Martinez's RBI single and Ronnie
Nifong spoke one day after Hafner's solo shot off Jarrod Belliard's two-out, two-run sin-
defense attorneys said DNA Washburn (1-1) gave the Indians gle. In the eighth, Belliard made
testing failed to connect any of a 6-0 lead and provided Lee a nice backhand stop up the mid-
Duke’s lacrosse players to the (1-0) with all the cushion he dle and flipped the ball to Peralta
alleged attack on a black strip- would need. to start a double play.
per who said she was raped The left-hander, who improved The Mariners hit a couple
at a party by members of the to 5-0 in six career starts against line drives off Lee, but didn't get
nearly all-white 47-man team. Seattle, allowed two runs and four one to fall for a hit until the fifth
Nifong stopped short hits in six innings. He didn't have when Kenji Johjima doubled with
of confirming the defense his best stuff, but with the way the two outs.
assessment of the DNA results, Indians are playing right now, he The Indians came out swinging
but said the case would not didn't need it. against Washburn, who needed
be hampered by a lack of Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki went 0- just 10 pitches to get through the
DNA evidence. for-4 and is 0-for-17 in his last four first two innings and threw only
“It doesn’t mean nothing games — the first time he has gone 22 after three. But in the fourth,
happened,” Nifong said at a that long without a hit since Aug. Cleveland's aggressiveness
public forum at North Carolina 2-5, 2002. paid off.
Central University, where the Peralta and Hafner's two- Peralta singled and went to sec-
27-year-old alleged victim is a out shots came in the fifth off ond when left fielder Raul Ibanez
student. “It just means noth- Washburn, tagged for six runs and misjudged his one-hopper and
ing was left behind.” nine hits in five innings. let it hop over his head for an
No charges have been Casey Blake doubled leading off, error. Hafner ripped Washburn's
filed. but Washburn retired the next two first pitch for an RBI single, and
Nifong said prosecutors hitters. However, Peralta, who set Martinez didn't let Washburn
were awaiting a second set Tony Dejak AP Photo a franchise home run record for relax by following with a run-
of DNA results, but did not WHAMMY: Cleveland’s Jhonny Peralta knocks in a two-run homerun in the fifth inning against the Seattle shortstops last season with 24, hit scoring double on the first pitch.
say how those differed from Mariners last night. Travis Hafner hit a solo shot the next at-bat in the Indians’ 9-5 win at Jacobs Field.
the tests reported Monday.
Nifong added that in 75 per-
cent to 80 percent of sexual
Henry on trial, Stewart resigned MOURNING
assaults, there is no DNA
evidence to analyze.
The district attorney said
a rape case can built on
testimony from the alleged a firearm, but only charged with developed into the Bengals’ No.
victim and other witnesses.
Bengals wide receiver
carrying a concealed weapon. 3 receiver behind Chad Johnson
Nifong also said the hos- charged with carrying Henry pleaded not guilty and T.J. Houshmandzadeh.
pital exam of the woman
has led him to believe
a concealed firearm last Thursday. The trial is set The Bengals have declined
to begin just two weeks before comment while his case is
a crime occurred at the ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Bengals minicamp starts pending. The NFL also could
March 13 party. Cincinnati Bengals receiver June 15. discipline Henry once his case
According to court docu- Chris Henry is scheduled to Henry avoided jail time is settled.
ments, a doctor and a spe- stand trial May 30 on charges of on marijuana charges from In other news, the Bengals
cially trained nurse found carrying a concealed firearm. a December 2005 arrest in signed tight end Tony Stewart to
the alleged victim had “signs, Henry was arrested in January Kentucky after pleading guilty a one-year contract yesterday,
symptoms and injuries con- after a police officer allegedly saw last month and agreeing to enter the team said.
sistent with being raped and him pull a pistol on a group of a drug rehabilitation program. Financial terms of the deal
sexually assaulted.” revelers. Officers found a Luger Prosecutors had considered let- were not disclosed. Stewart was
“My presence here means on the back seat of a limousine ting him settle the charges by an unrestricted free agent.
this case is not going away,” and a loaded magazine in a gut- going into a diversion program, Stewart played 14 games for
Nifong said to applause from ter where Henry was standing, but changed their minds after Cincinnati last season, starting
an audience of about 700. according to police reports. his Orlando arrest. in three. He caught four passes Damian Dovarganes AP Photo
The allegations have led He was also arrested on counts Henry had 31 catches for 422 for 26 yards and appeared in
to days of protests on and EMOTIONAL LOSS: Army women’s basketball player Joanne Carelus,
of improper exhibition of a fire- yards and six touchdowns as the Bengals’ wild-card loss to front center, cries after leaving funeral services for the teams
arm and aggravated assault with a rookie last season, when he Pittsburgh.
DUKE, PAGE 9 coach Maggie Dixon in Los Angeles yesterday.
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and hitting a ball over the left- 40
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“I really just couldn’t believe
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