Posts Tagged ‘2001’

Holiday ornaments, 2001

2001’s holiday ornament: “Proud to be an American” Patriotic Ornament, 2001 carved on back

2001 ornament
2001. September. ‘Nuff said.

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(Originally posted on Moondance, but those older pages are problematic)

We the People by Karen Rae

We the People
by Karen Rae

by Peter Flanagan

People have hyped events and crises and disasters throughout modern history. This time, however, no amount of coverage could be adequate to the loss and devastation that has occurred. A black pit has replaced the heart of what may be the most active city in the world. Tokyo is denser, Washington D.C. more powerful, and Los Angeles perhaps more glamorous, but no city can compete with New York for sheer relentless drive. And now there is a crater in this city, a hole where two of the most amazing creations of that drive ever built, once stood.

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Ain’tcha heard? There’s a _war_ on!

(To my family, friends, and fellow travelers, I offer this. Please forward it to those who you think might appreciate it. Please don’t spam, of course, but as a writer, I feel a need to offer something. I have written other articles, which will hopefully be put up on e-zine websites in the near future, but I’d like to contribute sooner. So here it is.)

“Ain’tcha heard? There’s a war on!”
Peter Flanagan

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A Viking Christmas Carol

(from email, traced back to the Kingdom of Ansteorra email list)

A Viking Christmas Carol

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the Hall
Not a creature was stirring, not warrior nor thrall.
And I in my armor, my greaves and my helm
Was drunker than anyone else in the Realm
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