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HOMOPHONEOPHOBIC

On Saturday, January 15th, in its Home and Garden section, The Commercial Appeal ran a story by Christine Arp-Gang about the many ways a clever homemaker can use flowering plants to liven up interiors during the bleak winter months. The headline was unfortunate and a bit misleading: "Gang: Green Your Home Today." At left is a picture of a flowering cactus. It would look lovely in any home. At right is a picture of a foot with gangrene, a tragic condition that often leads to amputation. It's not recommended for decorative purposes. -- Chris Davis

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