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    "I must have a prodigious quantity of mind; it takes me as much as a week sometimes to make it up"

    Mark Twain




    Welcome to Mill Bastard. Why Mill Bastard? I don't know - I like the name I guess.

    You could say this is kind of a blog. But I hope it will be more than that. There are plenty of places on the web where you can find opinions and tastes similar to mine - and I've included links to some of my favorites somewhere around here. So if you start thinking "Blah, blah, blah, blah" then maybe these links will have something that falls into your bailiwick.

    The Forge page has my most recent post (which I hope to update as frequently as possible). These posts may lean towards what some may call "political" and others may call "rants", but I have other interests so maybe I'll post these other nuggets of wisdom (little nuggets) as well. And as I update these, I'll send the old guys to the Warehouse where they can live out the rest of their days in relative seclusion.

    The Warehouse is where I keep stuff I've written over the years. Of course, when I go back and look at some of the originals that were composed many many moons ago, I realize that a fair amount of editing is still required. So this list of attempted literature will grow as I go through the reprocessing process.

    Many of these ramblings come from a self published rag called "A Manual for a Free and Prosperous Society" that escaped from my cranial neurons in the early 90's. Never heard of it? OK, maybe I'm just making that up. And I also wrote a few columns for a little known - but awesome - monthly publication in Boise called "3 Syllables" (that subsequently mutated into "Faster than Sheep"). These essays leaned towards the ridiculous, but they were fun and I'll be adding these to the Warehouse page as well.

    The Scrap Heap is just that. This is where I keep miscellaneous trinkets like my killer tuna surprise recipe or anything I find amusing.

    And, finally, The Mine has all those tasty little links that I discussed above. If I've left any out, please inform me of my limited web awareness.


    Thanks for listening - Gordon




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