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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Off Topic: Kennedys
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 15:28:10 -1000


DSH is hardly U.S.A.-centric --- but more cosmopolitan, as he lives in
a multi-racial society on a Pacific Island not massively larger than
Martha's Vineyard --- certainly much smaller than Australia.

Give us some current Australian event of greater importance. Surely
there must be hundreds. <g>

D. Spencer Hines

Lux et Veritas

D. Spencer Hines --- "She [Hillary Rodham Clinton] loves eunuch geek
men." [CP]; "Like Who?" [The Women's Quarterly]; "Oh my God, look at
them all! Sidney Blumenthal, Ira Magaziner, Harold Ickes --- they all
look alike. They are all weird Ichabod Crane men, all high IQ men who
have no natural virility, okay? It's really weird. She loves to have
her little cabals with them. And the other one --- the lawyer David
Kendall --- they're all alike, and they all bond with her. They're all
joined at the hip with her! "Camille Paglia, Professor of Humanities
at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia is a culture critic,
libertarian feminist, and columnist for the Internet magazine _Salon_.
She is also the author of four books including _Sexual Personae: Art
and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson_; _Art and American
Culture_; and _Vamps and Tramps_." _The Women's Quarterly_, Spring
1999, Number 19.

Barrie J. Wright <> wrote in message
> Memo to DSH and any USA-centrics,
> From: "Us All Elsewhere"
> Respectfully,
> JF .... who?
> Seriously, it recalls when NY Governor Nelson Rockefeller
> lost his son in Papua in an off-coast event.
> I'm not sure if they ever found his body, and there was
> talk of cannibals still in the area where he may have got ashore--
> crocodiles and sharks certainly.
> Barrie Wright, in Adelaide, South Australia

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