Letters from the Front Line:Anton: Oh for goodness sake. “What if everyone opened their borders….. there really wouldn’t be nationality….ad nauseam” Ever heard of Europe? You will notice Europeans crossing borders day and night...Anton: Thanks thats a good timePaddyannie: No photog of rabbits playing frisbee but one of a horse. http://www.horsegroomingsuppli es.com/horse-forums/horse-play ing-frisbee-picture-483719.htm lPaddyannie: Hey, the photos shuffled themselves! I guess the caption will work on either photo with a flying disc. The dogs look like they think the world will end if they don’t catch the disc. But maybe I am more accustomed to...Paddyannie: I think the first photo needs a caption. How about “I WILL catch it! And save the world from the tiny space aliens inside!”. Is there a way to caption the photos?Kathy: Thank you for the information that I never realized was the reasoning behind, “Dog Days of Summer”. August was always referred to by Parents, and Grandparents the unbearable heat of summer. These were the days I...Paddyannie: Is this real? The idea is that dogs herd because that is part of the wolf’s hunting instinct, but if a rabbit can herd sheep too, why can it herd sheep?Paddyannie: People pray for protection from Ebola, but their priest catches Ebola. People go to the hospital, but the nurses there are dying of Ebola. People ask their doctor’s advice about staying healthy, not being caught by...Paddyannie: Makes me wonder why one person survives when most of his family members don’t? Did he not touch them? But the article says he is an Ebola survivor – which would imply that he caught Ebola (no, it caught him), but...Paddyannie: Here is a good article about what is happening in the hospitals in the Ebola areas of Africa. Scary. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08 /08/world/africa/dont-touch-th e-walls-ebola-fears-infect-hos pital.html?&_r=0Paddyannie: There is suppose to be a man on the news tonight in Charlotte NC who recently lost 7 family members to Ebola – they live in Africa. That’s rough, to be both grieving and scared of who else might be next. Chris of...
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