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ITHACA, N.Y. — Probably written with tongue firmly implanted in cheek, Bill Myers shared a humorous list of varied ways to leave, be it a job or a relationship. Take your pick! “There are lots of models of leavings. I always liked Paul Simon, was glad when he split from Garfunkel,” Myers wrote to members in the Alternatives FCU’s latest newsletter. “But I was annoyed by Simon’s song ’50 ways’ which in fact only contained five ways to leave your lover, count ‘em (don’t need to be coy Roy, drop off the key Lee, hop on the bus Gus, make a new plan Stan, and slip out the back Jack). I’ll triple that number. 1. Juggler, working up to knives and chainsaw, but how to stop? 2. Bilbo Baggins throws the ring of power into the volcanoes of Mt. Doom. The one ring corrupts and makes

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