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National retailers such as Kmart, Rite Aid and Walgreens are selling Easter baskets in which the traditional chocolate bunny centerpiece is replaced by a plastic military action figure. Scattered around the figure in the plastic grass are a machine gun, rifle, hand grenade, large knife, pistol, and round of ammunition.

There is a no-fly zone around Disney World in Orlando, Florida and Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Unless pilots are granted specific exemptions from air traffic controllers, no flights are allowed within a 3-mile radius or below 3,000 feet. The Disney parks have been mentioned as possible terrorist targets during interrogation of al-Qaeda operatives, an pictures and information about the parks have been found in some terrorist locations overseas.

Star-Spangled Ice Cream has created 4 new flavors: I hate the French Vanilla, Smaller Governmint, Iraqi Road and Nutty Environmentalist.

While you're coloring Easter eggs, don't forget the crack in the cosmic egg. It's what Easter's all about.

For more wisdom, listen to this week's Dreamland, and find out how Whitley?s book The Key contains the same ancient knowledge about the soul encoded in Tutankhamun's tomb and the tombs of Lord Pacal and the Lords of Saipan in Peru. Whitley was astonished to learn this, and you will be too. Coming soon: Part II of a detailed audio discussion of The Key, available only to subscribers.

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