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Pixilated Politics

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Robert Anton Wilson (who is, he reports, "80% recovered" from his recent ailments) writes with some election thoughts:

I enjoy Election Day—without taking it literally. Whether the bandits in Washington predominantly call themselves Democrats or Republicans never changes anything important, and those citizens rushing about to participate in this feast of fools seem pixilated.

I also enjoy Easter without believing in magick eggs, Xmas without believing in elves or Santa, and Halloween without believing men from Mars just landed in New Jersey.

On that note, for those of you who missed The Simpsons' parody of Orson Welles' War of the Worlds on Sunday, here's the thrilling conclusion. The original radio play is here.

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