FW: Usadeepsouth.com E-Mail Update [Alabama connections]
- Two of the newly posted stories have Alabama connections...aj wright //
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Sent: Friday, November 30, 2001 7:07 PM
Subject: Usadeepsouth.com E-Mail Update
Usadeepsouth.com E-Mail Update
Greetings from Ye Editor at USADEEPSOUTH. Webseed Publishing is now stable
once more after suffering dings and bings and horrific crashes. That's what
we're hoping anyway, for the remodeling job we've had to do at USADS has
been a major headache. But so much for complaining.
We're thankful for our faithful readers and writers, and we welcome all you
At some point in this excellent newsletter an ad will be inserted. Sorry.
The newly posted stories at USADEEPSOUTH knock my socks off. Hope your
tootsies will feel a bit chilly also. Go see!
SOUTHERN FRIED TURKEY by Don Drane
Holiday cooking! Don Drane shares this blow-by-blow method of cooking the
best dadgum turkey you'll ever put in your mouth. Print this article off.
Follow the instructions. Hooo, boy!
REBEL WITHOUT THE CLAWS by Danny McBride
Danny McBride, former lead singer and guitarist for "Sha Na Na," shares
thoughts on his love for country music and the "git-fiddle." How did a
Yankee boy end up at the Grand Ole Opry? Read on . . .
THE COPS FROM MADISON, ALABAMA by Steven M. Gorelick
Steven M. Gorelick of New York City writes: "I do a lot of writing for
national publications, but I never thought I would write anything about the
wonderful police of Madison, Alabama."
VINTAGE TOYS--A TIMELESS TREASURE by Chris Wilson
Here's a bit of toy trivia from veteran Mississippi journalist Chris
Wilson--just in time for "Toy Season."
CHRISTMAS TEA AT MRS. JEWEL ARMISTEAD'S HOUSE--Two Hundred Methodists and
You by Beverly Carol Lucey
Tis time to get serious about the holidays here in the Deep South. Raised in
the . . . uh . . . North, Miz Beverly Lucey tells about her first southern
SHE WAS SUCH A DEAR by Charles W. Dowdy
Handy with a shovel, eh? Did he plant his abusive mother-in-law in amongst
the pansies? Talented Mississipppi writer, Charles Dowdy, pens this story
guaranteed to make you guffaw. (Shall I brag? Charles is Ye Editor's
WATERMELON HEAVEN by Bill Riales
Bill Riales, a television news anchorman and investigative reporter in
Mobile, Alabama, shares this beautiful story about his Mississippi
OVERCOMING HANDICAPS by Melba Washington
Mississippian Melba Washington writes about her husband Ralph's "attitude of
gratitude" and how that positive attitude has helped him overcome a handicap
that no longer appears to be a handicap. Uplifting story!
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