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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - November 6, 2010, Bedford, Pennsylvania 2 a saturday amp sunday november 6 amp 7,2010�? Bedford Gazette weekend Bedford a. Welcome to the Normal future it s the year 2010 so i guess there s no fooling ourselves any longer. We re living in the future. A half Century ago it was fun to look in the copies of popular science that my dad left around the House to see what the future was going to be like. Jet packs. Personal helicopters. Pills that provided All the nutrition we d Ever need. Funny thing. Looking Back at the Way we used to look Forward there were some things that the prognosticators never guessed. Like the fact that men now Cook and change diapers. All those pictures of what the future was going to look like still showed men going off to work and then coming Home to read the paper while women did All the cooking and maybe working As secretaries at least until they got married. Well we May live in a world with a big space station in the sky and in one sense my Home is just like that cartoon the Jet sons because our dog Toby the Collie exercises himself on the Treadmill. But mostly the Best thing about the future is that it s so Normal. I mean think about it. I get my television from a satellite dish that s pointed at the sky which nobody thinks twice about but it does t change the fact what i m watching is the football game. Microwaves Are used to prepare food real fast and we be had them so Long they seemed old fashioned but what we Cook is Plain old Macaroni and cheese. Computers Are Small and fast and powerful not like in the old movies where they had tubes and Bells and whistles and took up an entire room and Only men in lab Coats wearing glasses could make them work but my Fin columnist 1 f Frank Ramirez gers still go Tippy tap Over the same old qwerty iop keyboard i used with my old manual typewriter. If anything has really improved it s got to be cameras. I Don t have to mess with film anymore because digital cameras Are cheaper and better and i can even see if my pictures came out right after i take them which Means i Don t have to pay to develop the whole Roll to find out my thumb was blocking the viewfinder. The Best thing is that even though it s now the future pizza is still the coolest thing to eat and trucks still look like trucks. When i relax at Home i still Wear jeans and to shirts. Folks still fall in love with Ham pot pie and with each other. Kids still play with cardboard boxes and babies still laugh when the Sun shines through the window to make patterns on the Wall. And even though there s a spellchecker on the computer most of us still can t spell Worth beens. I mean Beans. Which i find comforting for some reason. One reason i can t take living in the future too seriously is dogs Don t take it seriously either. It s All the same to my dog if i m writing on the computer or spending time on the internet. As far As he s concerned if it s time to go outside that Trumps whatever else i m doing. And what s True for dogs is True for folks. You can text All you want and you can even Wear your phone in your ear but what matters is the time you spend with people because we re Here today and gone tomorrow so you have to make today count. That goes double for Grod. Except for the part about being gone tomorrow. Last i checked god s not going anywhere soon. Since the future has turned out to be a fairly comfortable place i think i u stay. I Hope you will too. Make sure you shake a hand or hug or kiss someone depending on what s appropriate and what in t. Do something futuristic too but Don t take it too serious. Anyway Here s a Little ditty set to the tune of quot my Grandfather s clock quot and if you know that tune you re probably just As surprised As i am you made it to the future. My Grandfather s clock Don t need winding at All cause there s digital innards beneath. It keeps perfect time in the Spring summer fall. And in Winter it wears a big Wreath. From the speaker there comes a big ticking though there s no grinding gears inside but if once comes a surge then you must sing a Dirge cause that s when this clock will have died keeping time with the satellite tick Tock tick Tock. Just make sure that it s water tight tick Tock tick Tock watch the surge Knock ever3ihing romper jog. When this clock gets Fried chilean Miner Scopes out route before . Marathon map photo new York apr going from a half mile underground to 1,050 feet above it chilean Miner Edison Pena visited the Empire state building on Friday and scoped out the route he will run in the new York City Marathon. Hunched Over against the cold on the 86th floor of new York s tallest building Pena peered through binoculars at Central Park site of the Marathon s finish line Sim Day. Quot very pretty quot he said in Spanish. Pena was among 33 miners rescued oct. 13 after a Cave in trapped them 2,300 feet rider ground for 69 Days. To fight boredom and depression Pena rescued chilean Miner de is meted As. Cut his steel toed work boots 3 visits the Empire state building observant iii Dick 6n i he Friday in new York. Pena is running in the new York City Marathon on sunday. Acid iii i and Down a 1,000-Yard corridor in the mine. He was the 12th Man lifted out of the mine. Marathon organizers hearing of the subterranean runner invited him to compete in the annual race through new York. Pena 34, is an Elvis Presley fan and on thursday he crooned a few lines of quot suspicious minds quot and gyrated on the quot late show with David he has accepted an invitation to visit Grace land Presley s estate in Memphis tenn., and will also be flown to Las vegas to see quot Viva Elvis quot a Cirque Dusoleil show based on Presley s music. As handlers rushed him through the Empire state building s Art Deco lobby he described new York As quot Beautiful quot and said the View had not made him dizzy despite his Long time Imide ground. Almost anything imaginable is now More affordable. A a i optional rate 2 monthly ing cycles thereafter Guiar variable rate whether you Are planning to Ren Riondel your Home paying educational expenses or just Drenning about taking that once in a lifetime vacation we can make it possible. You can even use the funds to pay off existing higher interest Loans. Enjoy a fixed Low rate of just 2.99% apr for the first 12 monthly Billing cycles after closing. It s a great Way to stretch your dollars especially in this Economy. You also get the option to convert All or a portion of the outstanding balance to a fixed rate and fixed term. Plus there Are no application fees or closing costs. To apply Stop by your nearest office or Call 800.311.3182. Our professional Home equity specialists will take care of the rest. Connect with us Isi $<4squ� Susquehanna Bank a annual percentage rate apr. The promotional rate is for the first twelve Billing cycles after closing and requires an automatic deduction from a Susquehanna checking account to qualify. All lines require a minimum line amount of $25,000 to qualify for the promotional rate and the maximum Ltd is 85%. The disclosed regular variable rate will be based on an Index the Wall Street journal prime rate As of the 15fh Day of the preceding month plus 0.75%, currently 4.00% apr As of 10/01/10. And May vary monthly. Disclosed regular rate is for a line amount of $50,000 or greater requires a credit score greater than or equal to 700 and includes a .25% discount for automatic deduction from a Susquehanna Bank account. Standard underwriting criteria apply. Other rates and terms available. The maximum apr is 18% Fol Aryland 24%, new Jersey 16%. Minimum variable rate is 4.00%.this offer and the disclosed rates Are effective beginning 08/02/2010 and Are for a limited time Only. This offer is for new Home equity flex line of credit applications Only. Lines Are for personal family and household purposes. Property insurance is required. Property must be located in the Susquehanna Bank service area. Quot title insurance is not included in the Lender paid closing costs for Loans Over $250,000. For properties located in the state of Maryland if the line is terminated within the first 30 months All Lender paid closing costs estimated Between $408.00 and $1,176.00 estimate for a $50,000 line varies by county must be reimbursed to the Lender. M101158 i i we be gone to the dogs the Bedford county animal shelter currently has m Ore canines than kennels and All types of adoptable dogs waiting for Homes. Last month the shelter found Homes for 18 dogs and 16 cats. The humane society is continuing itts program in november to waive adoption fees for spayed and neutered animals and will refund the Deposit on unaltered animals with proof of sterilization. Applications can even be filled out online at the pups pictured Here include Alanna top left a wiry 8- month old Beagle with Long legs and Silky ears. Scrapper top right is a bundle of Puppy fuzz 4 month old. And Maxwell above right is a rough and ready 2-year-old Beagle. Wearing a coat above is Huntley who is described As a reserved Collie who is 5 years old and needs a devoted family and some Loving care. Sage left needs a warm bed and a few Winter sweaters. He is a shy 4-year-old Yorkie Shih Tzu mix. The shelter on Lutz Ville Road is open daily 1 to 5 . 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