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by H. Millard PERHAPS WE have a lesson to learn from the Hass avocado, Grasshopper; and about the mutant-hating bastards who are trying to kill us all off. In the 1920s, Rudolph Hass planted some seedling avocado trees that he thought were all of the Lyon variety. One of the trees turned out to be different.…
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EDITOR’S (tongue-in-cheek) NOTE: Authorities were amazed to discover that the children had stolen (and then misplaced) not only the personal artifacts mentioned in the media, but had actually made off with all documentation and physical evidence of the Holocaust, including the gas chambers…
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Do Whites have a brain abnormality that “makes them hate”? by Raymond Martin DR. MORTIMER I. Friedman thinks he is onto something. His colleagues say he has long had a history of toying with controversial ideas but now it seems that Friedman has proposed a hypothesis that may get him into…
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Lighthearted fantasy contains much worth thinking about by David Sims THE SOLAR SYSTEM EMPIRE (SSE or Empire) is an absolute imperial monarchy whose territories include all the space and all of the mass within 1000 astronomical units (1.496e14 meters) of the solar system barycenter, excluding…
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A YOUNG PROFESSOR of anthropology writes to tell us he recently received one of those “questionnaires” in the mail: It was cooked up by a Central Michigan University Professor of Sociology and Anthropology named Leonard Lieberman. Mailed to all the “Chairpersons” of college…
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Let’s start today with a rousing song! by David Sims THE BATTLE HYMN of the Republic was originally an American Christian-patriotic song composed shortly before the American Civil War, with words by Julia Ward Howe. The new words, composed by myself, are sung to the same tune. The “Fourteenth”…
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Having purpose in life is vital by Dean Darcy I WAS dusting and rearranging my collection of porcelain Aunt Jemimas when a memory of Stepin’ Fetchit came to mind. Stepin’ Fetchit was a Black movie star in the 1920s — the first Black movie star, and a true representative of his people.…
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by Dean Darcy Mankind cannot stand too much reality. — T.S. Eliot THIS article has been altered. It has been formatted to fit your monitor. The last thing we want the multiculturalists to think is that their death march into the cosmic gloaming of diversity is going to bring us down. If you want to…
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…am I an isopterophobe? by H. Millard CALL ME Joe. My house fell down today. Now I’m out on the street with my family. We’re not alone; all of my neighbors’ houses have also fallen down and we’re all out here wondering what we can do next. Our government has turned its back…
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by H. Millard THE EAGLE swooped down and said to the Cockroach, “You are a despicable creature and you are hated by humans. You live everywhere, you eat anything, and you breed like crazy. “I, on the other hand, am loved by humans. I am so noble and beautiful that many humans use me as a symbol…
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