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1999 : Vol 1 . Vol 2 . Vol 3 . Vol 4 . Vol 5 . Vol 6 . 2000 : Vol 5 . Vol 6
2001 : Jan . Feb . Lately : Selected Articles

 

2000 - Volume 6
#1: June 28 - July 11:  Independence Daze
#2: July 12 - 25:  Hamburger Odyssey
#3: July 26 - August 7:  War and Melons
#4: August 8:  Sneak Preview
#5: October 11 - 24:  Discoveries
#6: October 25 - November 7:  Halloween Around the World
#7: November 8 - 21:  The Keystone Coup
#8: November 22 - December 5:  The Precedent Elect
 
 
2000 - Volume 5
#1: January 12 - 25:   Consumer Infallibility
#2: January 26 - February 8:   Great Scots?
#3: February 9 - 23:   Love and Lupercalia
#4: February 24 - March 7:   Big Balls, The Julian Leap
#5: March 8 - 23:   March Madness: The February Revolution
#6: March 24 - April 4:   Big Chuck
#7: April 5 - 18:   Listen My Children and You Shall Hear
#8: April 19 - May 2:   Peace in Our Time
#9: May 3 - 16:   Salad Days
#10: May 17 - 30:   Second Annual All-Nude Edition: Bra La La La La
#11: May 31 - June 13:   Wat's Happening
#12: June 14 - 27:   Good Prince, Bad Prince
 
 
1999 - Volume 1 - Text Only
#1: January 10 - 16:   Charo, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Impeachment
#2: January 17 - 23:   Thomas Crapper, Benjamin Franklin, and Anton Chekhov
#3: January 24 - 30:   The Truth about Haggis
#4: January 31 - February 6:   Uncertainty about Heisenberg, Waitingi Day, and Deposition
#5: February 7 - 13:   The Beatles, British (and English) Queens, and Peter Tork
#6: February 14 - 20:   Rebels with Causes (Copernicus, Luther, Galileo), and Valentines
#7: February 21 - 27:   Boxers and Bastards
#8: February 28 - March 6:   Crazy Ivan, Dr. Seuss, and Harry Caray
#9: March 7 - 13:  Women and L. Ron Hubbard
#10: March 14 - 20:  The Ides of March, St. Patrick, and Espionage
#11: March 21 - 27:  William Shatner and Other Poets
#12: March 28 - April 3:  La Belle France ("The French Bell")
#13: April 4 - 10Interim Edition
 
1999 - Volume 2 - Text Only
#1: April 11 - 17:  Dam It: Floods and Sinkings
#2: April 18 - 24:  From Romulus to Remus
#3: April 25 - May 1:  Workers, Witches, and Royals
#4: May 2 - 8:  Kent State, etc.
#5: May 9 - 15:  Eggs, Legs, and Smallpox
#6: May 16 - 22:  Balzac, Wagner, Capra, Stewart, and Pickles
#7: May 23 - 29:  The Headless & the Heartless
#8: May 30 - June 5:  Special Nude Edition
#9: June 6 - 12:  D is For...
#10: June 13 - 19:  Waterloos
#11: June 20 - 26:  Summertime
#12: June 27 - July 3:  Some Damned Foolish Things
#13: July 4 - 10Interim Edition
 
1999 - Volume 3 - Text Only
#1: July 11 - 17:  Storming a Bastille
#2: July 18 - 24:  I Remember Papa
[Vacation]
#3: August 11 - 17:  Woodstock & The Wall
#4: August 18 - 24:  Human Resources
[Technical Difficulties]
#6: September 1 - 7:  Kings & Queens
#7: September 8 - 14:  Military Genius
#8: September 15 - 21:  Inglorious Death
#9: September 22 - 28:  Know Your Rights (and Writes)
#10: September 29 - October 5:  The Great Comedian
#11: October 6 - 12:  Columbus Day: Take It Or Leif It
#12: October 13 - 19:  The Will to Donuts
#13: October 20 - 26Interim Edition
 
1999 - Volume 4 - Text Only
#1: October 27 - November 2:  Apple Bites
#2: November 10 - 16:  Crime & Punishment on Sesame Street
#3: November 17 - 23:  Goodbye Hello
#4: November 24 - 30:  The Magnitude of My Ingratitude
#5: December 1 - 7:  Sunday in the Park with Walt
#6: December 8 - 14:  The Vision Thing
#7: December 15 - 21:  Little Joe
#8: December 22 - 31:  Christmas, and How It Got That Way
 

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