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The 28th Amendment
and David Koresh

"So that's my conspiracy theory of the day," says Anon, on the phone.
I say, "Yeah!"
"And whether or not it's real, it's pretty good."

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mimesis (mim-eese'-iss) n. imitation; specifically a) in art and literature, imitation or representation, especially of speech or behavior etc... b) in biology, mimicry.

Haiku Reviews

Bend It Like Beckham :)

Besides jittery
stroboscopic action scenes,
it's very "feel good".

Tirade's Choice

Millionaire Playboy

Iraq Crisis Has Damaged US International Standing

"Coolest. Thing. Ever." -- comments accompanying an order for Fluxx from Dan K. of San Francisco

Thursday, May 15th, 2003
by the Writer's Guild of Wunderland

What's New?

What's Going On? Thank You!

In last week's article I complained about our stingy bank and our on-going need for growth funding. Well, I'm happy to report that we got a lot of excellent responses to that article! Our cashflow has gotten an excellent spike due to all the recent orders (yay! thanks!), we've gotten several recommendations on more business-friendly banks to consider moving our account to, and we've gotten half a dozen serious inquiries from supporters willing to extend us direct financial help of some magnitude.

I very much hope to never need to make a request like that ever again - thank you all for helping me save Kristin's head from exploding. This week has us feeling like the Bailey family at the end of "It's a Wonderful Life." We sincerely appreciate everyone's support!


Speaking of things to say thank you for... have you cast your Origins Awards votes yet?

Have a Great Week!


PS: This week's image is an ephemeral still life Alison built then had me photograph. She calls it "Study in Orange."

the story so far

Thought Residue
Every time I read an article like "Drug War Addiction" by Emiliano Antunez, which matter-of-factly points out the blatant unconstitutionality of the drug war, I wonder again: how are the drug-warriors getting away with this? I first asked this question here over 5 years ago, and I've yet to receive a credible explanation as to why the Supreme Court doesn't just strike prohibition down, with a ruling akin to Roe vs. Wade. Isn't abolishing unconstitutional laws like their main job? Again I ask: Where in the Constitution (or the Bible, for that matter) does it say that ingesting a weed is forbidden?

"The ads imply that those buying drugs are helping fund criminal enterprises and, therefore, directly responsible for terrorism and murder. If that ain't the pot calling the kettle black! The truth is that the only thing keeping 'illegal' drug prices and profits artificially high, is the government's war on drugs... those buying drugs in the inner city are no more responsible for funding terrorism than those pumping gas at the local gas station." -- "Drug War Addiction" by Emiliano Antunez
"Will roller coasters get taller, faster, quicker than this one? Given recent history, one would have to say 'yes,' eventually. How soon? I wouldn't even try to guess. But know this: Cedar Point's Gemini was a record-breaker in 1978, at 125 feet in height. Think about what's happened in the last 25 years. Then think about the next 25 years. That, my friends, is really scary." -- Robert Coker's review of the 420-foot tall Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point


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