WE CAN BLOG IF WE WANT TO, we can leave GeoCities behind. Because GeoCities is muy lame. So here’s the deal: You can view my old page (if for some reason you want to) here. The Farm Dole, where I rake muck from the federal trough and call for farm welfare reform, is here. The Booklog (stuff I’ve said about stuff I’ve read) is here. Right now it has comments on Andre Gide’s Corydon, Pat Cadigan’s Mindplayers, Rebecca Brown’s The Terrible Girls, William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying, and Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian. If you’re looking for War Drink recipes (and if you’re not, what’s your problem?), tips for a crisis pregnancy center, or my pieces on therapeutic and reproductive cloning, they’re still on Geocities. The contests are coming soon. Like tomorrow.

Oh, and if you’re looking for a great critique of Bush’s “USA Freedom Corps,” click here. If you just want to read an amazing review of Alberto Giacometti, click here instead. I used to hate the “weird drippy people,” but now I’m in awe.

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