I think by now, most of you have received your April/May 2009 issues of Gilbert. The one with the photograph of the cow on the front of it.
If you follow the cover to the story of Winkie, on page 35, you discover how to make a cow do anything you want it to do, which could come in handy some day.
The Lunacy and Letters portion of the magazine is looking for some opinions on this issue. If you have any, please write in to the Editor. What you liked, what you didn't like, etc. We want to hear from you.
I thought the opening Editorial titled "Pacifism" was quite interesting. Especially in light of a conversation I just had with my neighbor, who works in a local high school. She said the teachers are no longer allowed to touch the students. If two boys get into a fight, the teacher must stand by, stating firmly, "Stop fighting," or. "Please stop fighting," and never try to physically pull them apart, else they may be sued. It seems to me some level of pacifism at work here.