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The end of Twinkies has been big news for several days (see Cathy's great post below). Even the priest Sunday at Mass in my temporary Chicago parish mentioned it. He also mentioned the end of Kodak (the camera company filed for bankruptcy last January). He wondered if future generations would understand the term "Kodak Moment" which describes great pictures captured at gatherings.
He then added one more cultural phenomenon that could die out — high school football! If concerns about concussions in young brains continue to escalate parents might not let their boys play football in high school, let alone middle school.
If high school football ends, doesn't that mean college football would lack players to recruit and if college football ended wouldn't that spell the end of professional football?
A culture without football? Are the healthy brains of our little ones worth it? My vote: Yes.
(S-R file photo of Texas high school football)
Five tattoo guns were stolen from a Spokane Valley shop last Friday.
The owner of Feel Good Tattoo, 12 N. Skipworth Road, said he slept through a 4 a.m. call from his alarm company but awoke at 9 .am. and had an employee check the business.
The burglar entered the shop through a damaged door, according to Spokane Valley police Officer H.J. Whapeles.
Items stolen include a Kodak camera, a Ted Tattoo gun, a OnePulse tattoo gun, two Spalding tattoo guns and a Dixon tattoo gun, as well as Eternal and Starbright paints, safety glasses, disposable tubes and numerous tattoo needles. Value of the items exceeds $1,000.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233.