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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1999)
For some, Internet
redefines modem love
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tions at http://www.ex
People also have gone to the
Internet to try and find that special
Some people said the nonthreaten
ing medium of the Internet has helped
them find friendship and intimacy
through chat rooms and e-mail.
“I can interact with people when I
normally can’t,” said Joe Schulz, a
University of Nebraska-Lincoln gen
eral studies major.
Face-to-face relationships are no
longer necessary. Many people rely on
e-mail to maintain a daily relationship,
even if they are fortunate enough to
not be separated by distance. '
When Dana Callahan, a junior
human resources and family science
major, was dating her ex-boyfriend,
she lived in Kearney while he lived in
She said e-mail kept her phone bill
“I felt as if we could become clos
i er,” she said. “Sometimes it is just eas
ier to express yourself by writing.”
Hundreds of Valentine’s Day Web sites, along
with providing their visitors tips and recipes for
the day, allow Internet surfers to send love letters,
kisses and ftowpf,}'. vlPfe.
Order actual flowers, teddy bears and
Send a message to a crush.
http ://www. thekiss.com
Send a virtual kiss - pre-made or
customized. Also read the dating or kissing
tip of the day.
The site helps the “shy and unimaginative''
write love letters via e-mail. The site can
also help the same people break up with
their significant others via e-mail.
190 red recipes for Valentine’s Day.
^Get Valentine's Day screensavers and
wallpaper. Also learn how to make your
own wrapping paper and Valentines Day
Alcohol bill voted down;
wording called too vague
ALCOHOL from page 1
been impossible to enforce,” he said.
The bill would have made “any
person, corporation or other legal
entity who or which sells, gives away,
disposes of, exchanges, delivers, suf
fers or permits the sale, gift or
procuring of any alcoholic liquor to
or for any person less than 21 years
of age” liable for injury, death or
damage caused by the consumption
Lincoln Attorney Herb Friedman
said the legislation would have
struck at the source of the alcohol.
“It places the responsibility on
those people who break the law,” he
Crosby agreed in her testimony.
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“By virtue of being adults, we are
accountable for the actions of
minors,” she said. “We do have the
responsibility as adults to give a
good example, and we don’t always
But Mary Campbell, who spoke
for the Nebraska Beer Wholesalers
Association, said the bill could lead
to any number of people being
responsible - perhaps, she said jok
ingly, even the farmer who grew the
“This does get to be a ridiculous
line of liability,” she said.
Kathy Siefken of the Nebraska
Retail Grocers Association agreed.
“It opens things up,” she said,
“and it takes responsibility away
from the minors.”
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