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Tooth Nazis
Have camera
Black September
Arrest the creeps

How to spot a terrorist

Afghan woman burned to death

House of straw
TN State Fair
The Meadows

Horses or asses?

update: on Ramblin' Breeze

University of horrors


Learning to Spit
The Liver Spot



My Odd Life

My Boy
Hire me, I'm good

Peg leg

I lived here

Merit Badge

Hapoor the elephant

No set rules


Warm & Fuzzy

Mini Mermaid





24 hr. opinion


Fast food




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 |  America's Finest Views Source  | November 2001

Welcome to thisWorld

 Daily Deep Thought


Never under-estimate the value of a good pair of socks while camping

Divorce is bad for the whole family.


Relationships should be cherished and if there is anything that can be salvaged, nurtured it should be done. If not, let it go.

Good Search Engines
Alta Vista
Hot Bot
Northern Light
Direct Hit





How technology has brought women in Asia together


Past Issues

Immigrant Facts

my daughter
Yesterday's Chirp



Big Decisions
moving on
language gene found

A friend called me co-dependent. Only because she is a long time friend, I listened to her opinion. Naturally, I disagree. I have absolutely no qualms in calling the fickle nature of modern society and the relationships with lovers, friends and employment exactly what it is: instant gratification syndrome and shallow in the extreme.


If it doesn't feel right for the moment, in the moment, then just drop it like a damned hot potato and move on. There is something wrong with that.


What about the faithfulness, tolerance and slow evolution of ties that bind? The moon and the sun are co-dependent on each other, forever in the rhythm of romance and dalliance at dawn and dusk. The fingers of the day intertwine with the garments of the night as she departs. You don't hear of the sun getting all pissed off because the day did not hang around permanently with the moon and hoofing off with some other planet, do you?

Why can love only exist as a mother for a child or God? This is all oh so not true! I am right - I just know it. I have thought about this a long time and studied my mental machinations, the world in general and specific and this is my conclusion:

Love undiluted endures as long as consciousness remains.

Save Alaska
daily special
Bath tub blues
Winnie Mandela
Learning to Spit

Enjoy your visit - and never, ever daydream without the proper travel authorization in triplicate and copies for your files


This has got to be the most magnificent dog in the  American history of Dobermans. I am proud to say that I had a positive influence on her life when she was younger.  She has a good life and is well loved. I still miss her. (Nasty divorce and all that sort of thing...)


"This is the most unorthodox website.  Contains a bit of everything" - Scoutt who speaks with a lisp.

"Bizarre and scary" says Tweedledee of Tweedledum Publications!

Egg Links
What's going on in the world of eggs

Not Knowing What Else To Do, Woman saves the organic egg from extinction - hailed as hero by local ant population


Ode to the Egg:

O Eggie, O Eggie, none better than the Eggie!

From bum of chicken to plate of prince, personable, satisfying, uncomplaining and nice to eat

Eggs grow leggs - eventually - and run off to greener pastures

How interesting is the Egg!


eggrorian chants



Alternative Life I want to live a different life. I shall learn about building houses out of cob, straw bale, bamboo and who knows what else. I am very curious. People say that to build a cob house that could last for hundreds of years you would need the house to wear a 'good hat and a good pair of shoes'.
The Farm
Cob Construction
Sewage Saves Planet
Straw Bale

Plane Speaking

It is a beautiful time of year. The sun lights up the days and the wind paints the sky like a dope-smoking artist.

The heavens no longer seem so packed with airplane trails (for reasons we well know).

When I first arrived in America, I remember feeling rather like a plump chicken beneath a sky full of hawks. There were so many planes darting around that I was pretty sure they would bump into each other. I could see the near future need for helium-based traffic lights. This is the only good thing I can say about post black September.


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