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psychoceramics: a source of really beautiful, um, stuff

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	It's _supposed_ to be about, well, flying saucers and little
green men, but the hot topic of the moment appears to be the death of,
uh, what's-her-name, the one who married that British prince guy with the
big ears.  Some are already claiming that it was a conspiracy, if you
haven't already guessed.
	It's really beautiful, um, stuff.  It's even _moderated,_ and the
moderator comes down like the proverbial ton of bricks on anyone who
can't accept this sort of thing with a straight face and has the bad
judgement to post such sentiments to the list.
	It's amusing and a little scary at the same time; being
confronted with proof positive of the existence of large numbers of
paranoid^h^h^h^h^h^h^h^h eccentrics who can't spell but who somehow
managed to get computers is more than a little unsettling.  On the other
hand, reading these screeds can be amusing; post after post makes me
remember that, once upon a time, certain people had no other outlet for
this kind of thing, unless you count grabbing a crayon and a brown paper
bag and scrawling out a letter to the newspaper.
	Kind of makes me miss the old skeptic-l--@y--.bitnet.