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Fire Or Ice? It's Your Choice

C

ole Porter reminded us in

Kiss Me, Kate that it is "Too

darn hot:' A traditional
winter song tells us "Baby, it's cold
outside:'
Weather has always been a bane,
wherever we are, providing us with
a topic of conversation. But are you
aware that heat and cold play a part
of our daily lives even
when we are not com-
menting on the weather?
If you are a person who
seems to have no feelings
for others, then you are
cold-hearted. Yet, if you
get angry easily you get
hot under the collar or are
hot-tempered.
Investments interest
you? Well, for some cold
cash there are those who
can provide a hot tip.
However, if someone offers
you a hot item, be aware
that there is a penalty for dealing in
stolen goods.
We all seem to know at least one
braggart, someone who is full of hot
air; and we can learn to give that

person the cold shoulder. In his com-
pany, you can make it hot for him by
challenging what he says or you can
throw cold water on his statements by
disproving them.
You will find cold comfort (little
consolation) if you note something
hot off the press (fresh), stay hot on
the trail (follow it), only to find that
you have been stopped cold
by misinformation.
Do you enjoy hearing a
new hot musical group?
Great; then just be sure to
have your hearing tested
regularly.
Are you regularly engaged
in a hot battle with your
teenage children or grand-
children? Just remember to
choose your "wars" or you
will find yourself out in the
cold.
Should you find yourself
in the position of seeking
new employment, do not get cold
feet before a cold interview; and
definitely do not learn a speech cold.
That would make a bad impression.
Rather, work to knock them cold with

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your abilities and personality; do not
appear to be a cold fish.
In the winter, we often feel that
every public place is a hotbed for dis-
ease. We dislike having to deal with
cold sores when we catch colds.
If you tell me that you are going to
kick a bad habit cold turkey, I may
laugh and say, "That is a hot one!"
Would that seem cold? Would it leave
you cold?
Ah, well ... that is not so hot. ❑

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Times are according to the Yeshiva Beth
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