The Editor’s Notes
by Ken Holder
Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
Somebody pointed out to me that last issue, Number 1,111, was the eleventy-eleventh issue. Golly!
Robert Heinlein’s religion was America and what it
meant to the world and to human history—and could mean again. A people
governing themselves without fear or favor of princes or prelates was a thing
wonderful and precious—perhaps doomed to pass again into the dust of history,
but inextinguishable as a human ideal. That was the divine light that shone
on humanity’s struggle—and it would rise again and again, inextinguishable.
— William H. Patterson, Robert A. Heinlein In Dialogue With His Century: Volume 1, 1907–1948 Learning Curve (New York: Tor Books/Tom Doherty Associates, 2010). [Amazon.com]
And the beat goes on:
I’m glad to see somebody is finally taking the flying car thing seriously:
Now, just scale that sucker up and I’ll have me my dang Flying Winnebago, finally.
Why I don’t go to therapists:
And you can too.
An actual reflection of reality. Or is it “reality”?
The system is not broken, it is working just as it was designed to work. It is making you crazy? Good!
Gez, not that expensive!:
Stay deplorable my friends.
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