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Louisville, Kentucky
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Tuesday, May 23, 2000
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Louisville, KY (502) 933-0745 Mon.-Sot. 6AM - 9:30PM; Sun. 8AM - 7PM; Friday 6AM-10PM 000501 X' W ') ,4, $ga98 State moves Dear Ann: My 6-year-old granddaughter was being unruly the other day, and announced to her parents that she was going to call 911 if anyone laid a hand on her. We figured she learned it from her teacher. She had misbehaved that morning, and her mother had spanked her. She went to school looking sad, and was questioned by the teacher about the red marks on her hands and legs. My granddaughter informed the teacher that she had been bad and that her mommy had spanked her. Believe me, Ann, the spanking occurred after everything else had failed. The teacher reported the incident to the principal. Two days later, someone from the Office of Children's Services knocked on my daughter's door to investigate. Her family is well-known in this community, and we are a devoted family. My daughter and her husband are devastated. What is to become of us if we cannot discipline our children in our own homes? GRANDMOTHER IN NEW ORLEANS Dear Grandma: I'm all for disciplining children, but when the "discipline" leaves red marks 'Resident Evil - Code Veronica' zips If anything will save Sega Dreamcast from becoming an also-ran in the next round of videogame-console wars, it's "Resident Evil Code: Veronica," a fantastic graphic adventure that brightens up a day the way only a horde of flesh-eating zombies can. The "Resident Evil" series, which was launched on Sony PlayStation in 1996, has delivered three installments each better than the last telling the story of the Umbrella Corp. s unfortunate experiments with a virus that "zombifies" its victims. Set three months after the first installment in which all the residents of Raccoon City turned into zombies "Code: Veronica" follows Claire Redfield and her brother, Chris, through very different adventures. The beauty of this series has always been its long-term payability. Finish the game as one character, play as another. Complete that character's mission, then restart as the first character with all new weapons or costumes. It keeps the game interesting and makes players feel as though their $50 was well-spent. "Code: Veronica" upholds that womEM AiOrjiTJ womett together-, f iTthe iTthe lSTHE fKTHeX LOOKff LOfXKTTWS FAT?! " FAT ( FAT )( FAT M FAT I WOU WWE TO SEE THIS FAT ! ! f J ljj ' v eui the sift wrap I (eiFTW?AP,u.y? ti&n that fVoptc I'so.rMRgoRSrVJiz-1 I ... maybe i ANP STATlONeRY I H 72 -VWi ARE 6oyiN& BOOKS Nfr,ReTrlNKlN, WiLn'-cusr uj FOR ITOVfcR HERE. . f WU TOD?50METHIN6TO E7 ' f r C7 gg siNsiNess i EVERY TIME I COME) I I (HE NEVER RESPECTS MY ) 1 l ( A SNOOZE ALARAAON ) UP WITH ASREAT f mrl INITIATIVE y -A ( I S MY COMPUTER X-C i IPSA ID IMPROVE y2Slfc &3? V-i!gR5 M VwvLV-' S8f IN TME OrTlCETjTy TWAS YOURi Z j S N J - THE BOSS r-VV fVH 'L.JCGREAT IDEA J jwJ shoots it) J J r tt V I I ON&FOR. 1 1 FOR THE I HAP NB FOR g 14, I THE M 1 RCVrp... J r1) THgAP J I I r T in, investigates spanking on a child's hands and legs, it appears that the child has been beaten. Spanking used to be commonplace, but no more. And this is a good thing. Too often, spanking can ANN LANDERS lead to beating. Children should be disciplined through rewards and punishments. There is no reason to hit a child, especially a 6-year-old. If this young girl is giving her parents as much difficulty as you say, I recommend family counseling to find out what is really going on, and the best way to deal with it. Dear Ann: I am a homeowner who takes a great deal of pride in how my property looks. Recently, new neighbors moved in. They have two cats that roam around the neighborhood freely. Normally, this would not bother me, but the cats like to use my flower bed as a litter box, and the smell is absolutely horrendous. I talked to my neighbors about HOBBIES: COMPUTER GAMES By Aaron Curtiss tradition. Both Claire and Chris has his or her objectives and each unlocks different pieces of the story. So players who want to understand everything can plan on spending a month of leisurely horror to play through. The story is way above average for a video game. The cut scenes that tell the story sparkle with cinematic touches. For instance, as another character comes to the aid of Claire, he smashes through a window and sends a shower of glass toward the screen as the camera spins "Matrix"-style around him. Graphically, the game is without peer in its genre. It unfolds in third-person perspective. The visuals are so sharp that players can see their characters blink as they face the camera. The camera pans more often than in past versions, making it easier to keep a character under control dur PUG To dcfZfZAZBP L-A3oR CO$7'S,siOtJ&. NH Will, Not 0&. COIN Cvi4's 1 -''vmw'.. this, and they assured me it would be taken care of. That worked for three days. Since then, they have done nothing to ensure that their cats stay on their own property. These neighbors are nice people, and I don't have any other problems with them, but the flower bed is near my front door, and anyone who comes to visit is confronted by the awful odor. I am planning to put my house up for sale in a few months, and am concerned that potential buyers will smell the cat odor and walk away. Is there something I can put in the flower bed to stop the cats from using it? - CAT-ASTROPHE IN TENNESSEE Dear Tennessee: Call your local pet store, and ask if they have any products to discourage cats from fouling your flower beds. A veterinarian may also have some valuable suggestions. Help is only a couple of phone calls away. Good luck. Ann Landers appears daily in Features. Write to her at P.O. Box 1 1562, Chicago, III. 6061 1-0562. Creators Syndicate ing long sequences of running or fighting. In addition, "Code: Veronica" teems with every sort of unnatural freak the most demented minds in video games could devise. None is easy to kill and players must constantly monitor their ammo supply. The puzzles get progressively more difficult, and all involve a great deal of backtracking and running around to solve. If there's a downside to "Code: Veronica," it's the amount of repetition players must endure before moving on. "Code: Veronica" offers Dreamcast something it has sorely lacked: an adventure that adults want to play. The general public thinks that kids and teen-agers are the core video-game market, but grown-ups spend more money than kids. And when they find a game designed for them, they're not above plunking down the dough to buy the system to play it. It's the kind of insurance Sega, which aims its games at teen-agers, could use as PlayStation2 creeps toward North America this fall. Aaron Curtiss writes for the Los Angeles Times. rriBeetfaYej,

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