Send Lawyers, Lobbyists, Liars and Lapdogs – Fiction

June 1, 2000

A hundred years ago, people sang and danced and told stories in their homes, in church, and on the corner. Today, music is something played by professionals under the contract of record labels which own the “rights” to it.

The Other Y2K Problem – Fiction

June 1, 1999

Economists and world leaders are finally waking up to the fact that the horse lodging industry is lagging about 4,000 years behind where it should be.

Cine-Trash Field Report – Column

December 1, 1997

Empire Records lie waiting for me, the “brain”child of one Allan Moyle, a man responsible for foisting some of the most heavy-handed teensploitation tales ever.

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