Courier Staff Report
The James Logan Varsity football team is not nice.
After running up the score 42-11 at halftime, the Colts had a chance to show some mercy to their fellow Mission Valley Athletic Team in neighboring Fremont, the American Eagles.
Instead, they plucked the thrashed poultry clean and shoved the ball so far down their throats that it came out....well, you get the picture. The American Eagle mascot is usually portrayed as a male, and it laid an egg. The final score was 63-18.
It was ugly.
Posted by courier at 09:55 AM. Filed under: Sports
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By Ashley Carter, Courier Staff Writer
Have you ever thought about what teenage girls have accomplished lately? Well, here’s one accomplishment you want have to think twice about, losing their virginity. To some people that’s just a label you lose once you've had sex. To others that 9-letter word means so much more. That word alone should dwell in your spirit, soul, and body.
My father tells me “Your husband will respect you more if you keep yourself pure for him.” Hearing that now affects me more than it did in the past, because now it makes sense. Why would your husband want something that’s basically already used? I'm not saying marriage is only based on sex, but that’s one aspect where it should be shared between a husband and a wife.
Posted by courier at 09:04 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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Peter Mark Roget
(January 18, 1779, London–September 12, 1869), the son of a Swiss clergyman, studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh and became a distinguished physician and lexicographer. He was a natural theologian.
He is best known for creating the Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases (Roget's Thesaurus)
, a classified collection of related words.
Roget died while on holiday and is buried in the cemetery of St James's Church, West Malvern, Worcestershire.
Read and use Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases by Peter Mark Roget, free from Project Gutenberg.
Posted by courier at 12:55 AM. Filed under: In Quotes
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