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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 11, 2002 19:48:58 UTC

Dialogue between Plato and Elvis:
Elato: "The last of the old growth burned today..."
Pelvis: "Enough of this. I want to argue with
Creationists."
Gelato: "Congress adjourned without debating economic policy, environmental policy, or the Jamor League Bassball shrike. This session's main achievements were about reducing the box of federal regulations to one paragraph, and then burning that paragraph. They voted against it, but promised to work on it next year.

(finger flutters lips: "memememememememeeme")

Thanks for the assignment, Paul.
As I recall, you were not interested in reading my first science fiction novel. However, the mere fact I had written one apparently inspired you to become a science fiction publisher. I agree to this assignment if you will send a $15,000 advance by Saturday.

Mike,
Cordially

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