The Houston Post died 10 years ago on Monday. Lynn Ashby, its former editor, hasn't had a good night's sleep since then. Life is different now. He has to open his own mail. And if he wants anyone to think he still has a secretary, he has to disguise his voice falsetto-style. Lynn, now writing for Houston Community Newspapers, opines that Houston deserves to be a two-newspaper city, apparently not counting the newspapers for which he's still writing. But we catch his drift. Still fixated on The Alamo, the Battle of San Jacinto and Santy Anny, he manages to tie The Post's demise to ALL THREE!