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Woman sues City for Cutting Down Tree

Saturday 17 June 2006 at 12:59 am

The Springfield City Government hired an outside contractor to cut down a few trees around the city. Too bad they cut down the tree in front of the home of Margaret Schneider.

Schneider is now suing the City for damages. She claims that the tree provided a lot of shade, and now that the tree is gone, her electricity bills have doubled.

"I'm angry. The tree was in fine health, and it was on my property. Someone's got to pay."

Her case will be heard later this month.

Ok, this isn't accurate, it's fictional, but my wife claims she read a similar article somewhere in the last 30 days that was about this exact same event happening. Yet I and other people can't find it. Can you?

Disposable Phone Numbers make Dating Fun Again

Thursday 15 June 2006 at 03:23 am So you are on the dating scene; Match.com, eHarmony, jDate. Picture this -- you go to the bar, you meet someone nice, but you're not sure about them. You kind of want to find out more, but you hesitate to give your real phone number out. Tossable Digits to the rescue!

TossableDigits.com provides temporary phone numbers that forward to an existing phone number, like your cell, home or work number. The numbers are so cheap, their disposable. But you get more.

You get Voicemail-to-Email, Call Screening, and Time Restrictions. Finally you can control who calls, when they call, and if they call and you don't want to talk, they can leave a voicemail.

Set up Time Restrictions and calls only go through when you specify, and either goes to Voicemail or asks the caller to call back in a few hours. Set up Call Screening, and callers record their name, you get called, their name is played back, and you can decide to accept or decline the call. Voicemail enables you to get WAV files sent to your inbox so you can listen to your voicemail anywhere your email is.

I hear there are other features coming as well. It's really a decent price for what you get. No ads, no pressure, just a simple, easy-to-use service. Try it out -- there is a FREE Trial!