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Heinleins Villains --are they *any* believable human ones? 
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Get in line, Jim...


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YOU get in line. I'm after this... "artist"...



Found this, by the way, on www.Oddee.com, which I advise everyone to avoid like the plague unless you have hours to browse through lists of strange, weird and funny things. This came from a list of "inappropriate children's books."

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Birth rate in US is DOWN 2% ....

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