There was a picture in The Star (6/25, A-5, “Bring back my Spongebob”) of two young girls holding signs protesting high gas prices, prices so high that their mother had to cut off the cable television to pay for gasoline.
Yes, we are all feeling the pinch of higher energy costs. But every cloud has a silver lining. Perhaps the two girls will be able to use the time ordinarily spent watching cartoons on television to study their spelling lessons in school.
If you look closely at each sign, one has the word “money” misspelled (“monny”) while the other sign has “cable” spelled as “cabel.” Sheesh!
Timothy Earl Osburn