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Laugh-A-Bit with Tidbits "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or mirror that reflects it." — Edith Wharton

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• It was British author George Bernard Shaw who made the following sage observation: “If all the economists were laid end to end, they’d never reach a conclusion.” • If you’re planning a trip to Hollywood next summer, you might want to make a stop at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Not only can you visit the graves of such stars as Rudolph Valentino, Jayne Mansfield and Douglas Fairbanks (both Sr. and Jr.), but in the summer you also can picnic there while watching classic movies. • You might be surprised to learn that eggplants have fairly high levels of nicotine. • You may have heard that painting your kitchen red or yellow can help stimulate your appetite, while painting it blue can help suppress it. The kitchen isn’t the only

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living area in which color research has been done, though; those who study such things say that those who sleep in yellow bedrooms get an average of 7.7 hours of sleep per night, while those in purple bedrooms sleep only 5.9 hours per night on average. • Penn Jillette, of the magic team of Penn and Teller, has a son named Zolten Penn Jillette and a daughter named Moxie CrimeFighter Jillette. • Those of you who are pregnant might want to take note of some old superstitions: It was once thought that hiding a knife under the mattress of a laboring woman would cut the birth pains. Also, unlocking all the doors in the house and tying knots in the curtains were believed to guarantee an easy delivery. (Just don’t try these in the hospital.) ••• Thought for the Day “Half of the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don’t mean to do harm, but the harm does not interest them.” -- T.S. Eliot © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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By Sam Mazzotta

Halloween Treats Aren’t for Pets

DEAR PAW’S CORNER: As someone who owns a lot of pets, I feel it’s important to let people know that, especially around candy-rich holidays like Halloween, pets cannot eat the same foods as people. It’s well-known that chocolate is poisonous to dogs, but how many people know that dogs also shouldn’t eat raisins? And that certain herbs and flowers, like eucalyptus and lilies, are toxic to cats? For several years I’ve handed out cards along with my candies reminding kids not to feed any of their Halloween loot to their pets. This year, I’m doing something different. My local pet shelter is holding a “Halloween for pets.”

Owners can bring their pets to the event (being held at a nearby dog park), in costume or not, and receive pet treats and coupons for pet products and veterinary services like routine vaccinations. I’m volunteering to help at the event and really looking forward to it. Can you tell your readers about this pet-friendly option for Halloween? Kids will find it fun and educational, and your pets will have a safe and fun time. -- Gloria in California DEAR GLORIA: Those are both great ideas, and thank you for sharing them! Readers, check your local shelter or other pet charity for upcoming

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Stuff About Taxidermy By Craig W. Armstrong

Many hunters like to have trophies, and taxidermy allows them to have a mounted memory of their hunt. If you think the task of bringing these animals back to life is easy, think again. Taxidermy is both an art and a science. The word "taxidermy" comes from the Greek words, "taxis" meaning arrangement and "derma" meaning skin. England is given credit as being the birthplace of taxidermy. The practice was originated to preserve species of animals for classification. As explorers discovered new species, taxidermy acted as proof and preservation. Charles Darwin was an early proponent of taxidermy, using it for his findings on the Galapagos Islands. In the early 20th century, taxidermy went from a tool of the naturalist to a statement of the wealthy. Aristocrats saw taxidermy as an art form and filled their homes with a myriad of mounted animals. During this time period, animals were literally stuffed with cotton or straw and did not stay well preserved. In the 1970s, molds or mannequins replaced cotton and straw. At this point, the animal’s skin was stretched over a mold of the animal’s body. This is when the term "mount" replaced "stuffed." Taxidermists today are true artists, and different animals require different techniques. Fish, for example, lose their color as they dry out, requiring a lot of painting. Mounting a deer takes a steady hand for skinning. The more damage done to the hide trying to get it off, the more sewing and repairing must be done. The size of a deer requires the creation of a large mold. In the past, molds were made from wire frames and, in some cases, paper mache. Today a polyurethane form is used.

Birds require another technique. The meat and bones are removed, leaving the talons in place. What is left is the head, neck, wings and feet. The head is usually filled with clay, while the neck and body are sculpted. The cost to have an animal mounted varies depending upon the animal and its size. Before choosing a taxidermist, do your homework. Find out whom your fellow hunters have used. Once you find a taxidermist, ask for references and to see their work. Talk price upfront so there are no surprises. Don’t wait until your game has been bagged to make this decision. Find a taxidermist before you go hunting. Having a mounted animal in the home might not be for everyone. But for those who appreciate the art of taxidermy, there might not be anything better.

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Winter Ready By Tresa Erickson

"What are you going to all of that trouble for?" your sister demands to know after she hears you making an appointment with a service station to have your tires inspected. Unlike your sister who lives in the Sunshine State, you live up north, where winters can be harsh. In order to ensure you get where you need to this winter, you are having your vehicle winterized, starting with the tires. Good tires can make all of the difference on

treacherous winter roads. In order to prepare your vehicle for the rough weather ahead, you must make sure your tires are properly inflated. Tires lose about a psi of air pressure every month and every time the air temperature drops about 10 degrees. Vehicles with under-inflated tires do not handle well, especially on icy roads. They also increase wear and tear and use more gas (and who needs that with the price of gas these days). If your vehicle is brand new, you may not have to worry much about the tire pressure. It probably came equipped with a tire pressure monitor that

October 24 - 30, 2013 will inform you when the pressure has dropped below a certain point. If you have an older vehicle, you will definitely need to keep an eye on the tire pressure and have your tires checked regularly. You also need to keep an eye on the tread depth. The more worn and shallow the tread on your tires, the less grip you will have on the road. Depending upon where you live and how treacherous the roads become in the winter, you might want to consider switching to winter tires. Designed specifically for icy roads, these will provide you with superior grip. Keep in mind that you will need to replace all four tires. Should you do just the back two, you will compromise your grip and your safety. To ensure this does not happen, some tire dealers refuse to sell consumers fewer than four tires, unless they need a single replacement winter tire. It is important that you winterize your vehicle. Start with the tires and work your way up. The better prepared your car is for winter, the safer you will be when out and about.

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get the job done, prednisone (a cortisone drug) nips gout in the bud quickly. When colchicine was readily available in the United States, it was a reliable anti-gout medicine. For the long term, once the acute attack has cooled, then drugs that rid the body of uric acid are begun. Allopurinol (Zyloprim) and probenecid are popular choices. Newer drugs like Uloric and Krystexxa are held in reserve if the standard treatments fail. The gout diet is simple, not like it was in the days before effective medicines came on the scene. Cut back on your intake of red meat, seafood and fish. Poultry is fine. Reduce the consumption of high-fructose corn syrup, a sweetener found in many soft drinks. Go very easy on beer. You are better off eliminating it. Distilled liquor is less likely to induce a gout attack, but it may. Wine in moderation causes little trouble. The booklet on gout explains this illness in greater detail. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue -- No. 302W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘ Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475.

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October 24 - 30, 2013 THIS IS A HAMMER By Samantha Mazzotta

Fall Isn’t Too Late for Roofing Repair Q: Most roofing repair advice I’ve read says that summer is the best time to make repairs. But I didn’t have time to fix some damaged shingles on my roof this year. Is it too late for rooftop repairs? -- Bill in Hartford, Conn. A: It’s not too late. While the weather in New England at this time of year can vary between near-summertime highs to teeth-chattering lows, it’s not unusual to hear the nonstop hammering of roofers finishing up repairs and replacements before the snow flies.

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Volume 8, Week 43 For shingle repairs, a few days of sunny, above-freezing weather will ensure that the patching material cures properly. Go onto the roof to figure out how many shingles are damaged and need replacing, and buy replacements and supplies a few days ahead of the planned repair. Keep an eye on the weather, and when a clear patch is predicted, go ahead. When replacing shingles, it’s important to follow the offset layout of the undamaged shingles to provide the best protection against rain and weather. W o r k i n g c a r e f u l l y, slightly lift the edges of the undamaged shingles directly above the shingle you need to replace. Then work loose the damaged shingle and slide it out. Don’t worry if you leave behind pieces of the old shingle under the roofing nails; you’ll pry those out next. If the building paper underneath the shingle is torn, patch it with roofing cement. Then, begin installing the replacement. If you’re replacing more than one shingle, start with the lowest one first. Nail the shingles down using either 7/8-inch or 1-inch roofing nails, placing them at the tab slots. The final shingle -- or the only shingle, if that’s the case -- shouldn’t be nailed down immediately. Instead, apply a bead of roofing cement to the underside top of the shingle and slide it into place under the shingle above it. Once it’s correctly set, carefully lift the shingle above it so that you can nail the replacement shingle into place. Tack down the shingle above with a bit of roofing cement if necessary. HOME TIP: A torn shingle can be repaired temporarily by gluing the torn parts together with roofing cement. Send your questions or home tips to ask@thisisahammer.com. My new e-book, “101 Best Home Tips,” is available to download on Amazon Kindle! Pick it up it today for just 99 cents. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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