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Editorial - This week Spaceman Spiff is in the hotseat
Well, hello folks. It's my first time in charge (ie actually doing anything more constructive than saying, 'I liked this entry, what do you guys think?'. I don't have any world-shaking news or personal insights to fill this space with; it's more a question of coming to the relief of our glorious leader and philosopher king jay dubya eff.
Those who would seek power are too rarely fit to wield it.
Oh look! I think that was my profound editorial insight! If you blinked and missed it, don't bother back-tracking... you'd probly miss more in an average 60 seconds of daytime TV.
So, on that bombshell, I leave you with this week's selection of 'Getch yoowah eh-yass ahta Peer Review, buddy!'1
Sneaking Around the House and Evil G by Darth Zaphod
A pair of shorts from Darth Zaphod; Piano and forte, you might say. But which is which?
The Telos of Jellyfish by Utter Bewilderment
Well, who could resist a title like this? 'Not I!' said the little spaceman.
The Man with Three Names by... er... well... um... yours truly actually!
Shocking, shameless self-agrandisement!
... 'sonly short though!
Hidden Gouger, Crouching Dentist by Sprant - The Stygian One
This weeks pièce de resistance - an evocative (oh yes, you will *feel* the pain!) personal piece that lingered in Peer Review for weeks before finally packing it's hanky and heading for the freer climes of the AWW. The title had me guessing for weeks as to what it could be all about before I finally invested the time in investigating. Better late than never, and if a good laugh counts as moral equity, a juicy return!
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