to the stream-of-consciousness style of your last letter, I feel obligated
to say something silly. Sponge cake. There. That's out of the way.
Now, about your request. You wrote, quote, "If you don't let
me copy your stuff, I will ram cheese down your oops, sorry."
How can I resist a tempting offer like that? Actually, you are quite
welcome to use material from Completely Different in Proceedings
of the Spanish Inquisition (Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam,
Spam, Spam). I would be honored to have MPS material included in your
fanzine. The only request I would make would be that you would acknowledge
that it was reprinted from CD, written by whoever wrote it
(a helpful hint in issues edited by me, most unsigned articles
were written by me. In Mark's issues, the unsigned articles are usually
his. Any "Attila the Something" articles are by Steve Gradess).
offer of "a prominent corner to advertise your neat thing"
sounds great although the MPS has traditionally been a group
confined to State College (by court order but we're doing much
better now and are no longer certifiable thanks for the fruitcakes
and prayers), I would love to see it become part of a national JPSO
(Just Plain Silly Organization). In fact, on my own I have managed
to contact a few other MPFC fan groups I can send you the list,
if you like. Do you have an e-mail address? Incidentally, my e-mail
address is [omitted]. Of course, for all I know you've never even
heard of e-mail and may find this paragraph as easy to decipher as
an Australian pig dance.
is the latest issue of Completely Different. I'll search out
the ones you missed and send those along, as well. If your offer of
a free subscription to PSI still stands, I'll look forward to your
next issue (though I don't see why, since I have a master copy of
it here but that one smeared from someone drooling on it).
By the way, how did you know I love moose bites? Someone's been telling