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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ HOLY TEMPLE of MASS CONSUMPTION $$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$ *N*E*W*S* $$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ Issue #11, Throw Away Your Vote for "Bob" $$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ the best things in life are F R E E F R E E F R E E For more info, send all your money to: Holy Temple of Mass Consumption PO Box 30904 SLACK@ncsu.edu Raleigh, NC 27622 Finer BBS's everywhere YEEEEEHAAAAAAAA November 3rd is SMASH THE CONSPIRACY DAY!! Send a message to George Nyarlathotep Bush and the rest of the snarling Pink masses! Tear up a picture of the Pope AND Bush AND Quayle AND Helms AND Robertson AND "Bob" ! Nuke a Bush/Quayle poster for FREEDOM!! Dobbs-Approved write-in candidates for the top 2 spots include: 1) Ren Hoek and Stimpy 5) Rush Limbaugh and Torquemada 2) Ron and Russell Post 6) George Liquor and Mr. Horse 3) John K. and Mojo Nixon 7) The entire Spumco staff 4) Charles Manson and Pat Buchannan (they need a job, you know) NEWS: New comix: Scan #1 by Matt Howarth, featuring the Mad Empress New Savage Henry, and *2* new Post Brothers this month! Also check out Killer Cults #1 [Exclusive picture of Dobbs at the 1992 Crusade for Cash tour] [Also contains subneutrovibraton sonic phrases from the earthshattering appearance of Rev. Fukk on Rob & Bill's Talk Show, 10/17/92 WRDC] "Throw Away Your Vote For "Bob"" ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ************************ ** SLACK OF THE MONTH ** ************************ Jerry Pat George This month's award goes Falwell Buchanan Bush to the unidentified man who exposed himself to the "pro-life" booth at the NCSU State Fair last week. Yeah, he got arrested, but what a worthy cause!! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ D O N ' T L E T $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ T H E M G E T MORE COMICS---- A W A Y W I T H I T ! Ren & Stimpy #1 by Marvel comics is finally in!! Grab yours now, this one may be sold out already! Comes with scratch-and- [Disgusting picture with Dan Quayle, sniff air fouler shaped Pat Robertson, and Jesse Helms together] like Ren. Stories are much more gross than TV censors will allow. Don't open the bag, or it will be WORTHLESS!!! Killer Cults #1 Comic Zone Productions Exploring the lurid world of cults gone bad, this one starts up with the entire story of Jim Jones and the Jonestown massacre. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Review: George Bush at NC Fairgrounds, 10/21/92 After donning the official fake Press Pass and worming my way onto the press platform, I had the perfect view of a tired and incoherent G. Bush. At enormous taxpayer expense, he arrived aboard "The Spirit of America" train (what the hell was that "Operation Lifesaver" banner on the locomotive?). The only part of his 14-minute speech that made any sense at all was the call for a line- item veto. Other than that, it was the same old Reagan cheerleading BEST BANNERS: Clinton supporters who infiltrated the event had signs: "Re-elect Bush? Wouldn't Be Prudent." and "George Bush- The Farewell Tour". BEST JOKE: goes to Fuhrer Bush himself: "Clinton wants to turn the White House into the Waffle House." MOST INTERESTING COMMENTARY: the continuous dialog, Rocky Horror style, of the reporters on the platform. The press REALLY does HATE Bush. "Annoy the Media, Re-Elect Bush" stickers don't help. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- A midterm campaign examination on everything we have learned so far: 1. Which promise on taxes by George Bush do you find more persuasive? a. His 1988 pledge: "Read my lips. No new taxes." b. His new, improved 1992 pledge: "I am not going to do it again. Ever, ever." 2. Which action by a college student do you consider more important in determining your vote in 1992? a. What Bill CLinton did to avoid getting drafted to fight in a war he opposed. b. What Dan Quayle did to avoid getting drafted to fight in a war he supported. 3. In the Great Owl Debate of "jobs vs. environment" posed by the Bush campaign, which would be more upset to wake up tomorrow morning and find was gone? a. Your job. b. Your planet 4. Which of the following would you be willing to bet your next paycheck that the Vice President of the United States could spell correctly? a. Antidisestablishmentarianism b. Potato c. Cat 5. What is your favorite family value? a. The right to choose whether to have a family. b. The right to watch "Murphy Brown." c. The Grand Slam Special at Denny's. 6. Which candidate has the most appeal among young voters? a. Clinton, because he plays that hip musical instrument, the saxaphone. b. George Bush, because he talks in rap. c. Al Gore, because he looks like Superman. d. Dan Quayle, because he looks like Jimmy Olsen. e. Ross Perot, because he's an elf. 7. Bush says the election is about trust. Which of the following would you trust Bush to do if elected to a second term? a. Never to raise taxes again. Ever, ever. b. To select only the best-qualified Americans for important jobs such as the vice presidency and the US Supreme Court. c. Not to throw up on heads of state while visiting other nations. 8. During the sale of US missiles to Iran, the late Ronald Reagan was napping through the presidency and Vice President Bush was "out of the loop." Write your best guess as to who was running the United States. 9. What is your primary concern about the US economy? a. How to spend the big bonanza if Bush finally succeeds in cutting capital gains taxes. b. Whether US jobs are on a fast track or a slow track to Mexico. c. That there be one again. 10. What about George Bush reminds you most of Harry Truman? a. Nobody thinks he's going to win. b. He likes to fish and recently rode on a train. c. He's a dead man. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- REN AND STIMPY UPDATE From: Jenny.Lerew%bbs@quake.sylmar.ca.us (Jenny Lerew) OK, first let me say that I'm a professional in the animation business who's been following the posts here for some time with great interest. My reason for this is that I know John K. and his core group of artists, personally as well as professionally. After the events of a few weeks ago, John and I were discussing the situation, and I told him about the reaction of the guys on Usenet. He was impressed by the action a lot of you said you were taking on behalf of his show. I also told him how, with each new development, rumors were flying re: the reasons for Nickelodeon's yanking R&S, the future of the series, and whether or not he was going to have any involvement in it creatively. He asked me if I'd post something to clear up a few things. I'm going to try to be as succinct as possible. First: Nickelodeon's claims of *having* to take the show away because of missed deadlines and going over budget are false. John had gotten the series ON TIME. Nick has just put the show behind by their actions. As has been mentioned before, they didn't have to show reruns so early this season--they did it because they suddenly decided not to air the new episodes they had. Furthermore, these episodes WERE EXACTLY THE SAME, SHOT FOR SHOT, AS THE STORYBOARDS THEY'D APPROVED MONTHS AGO, so Spumco WAS NOT pulling a fast one on Nick, as some have said. I know, since I saw the boards, *and* Nick's notes on those boards, and the finished show. So why they got cold feet-- who knows? As for the budget: When Nick took the show from John/Spumco, all they got was Bob Camp and some drawings. No equipment, no space, and NO staff... as I write this Nick has opened a new, expensive office for Bob Camp, they still need to buy everything to go in it, plus they have a standing offer to Spumco's artists to "go over" and work there for a big increase in salary. Sound like they're worried about the budget to you? Incidentally, not one of the important artists that drew/wrote Ren & Stimpy have taken them up on that offer. These are people who work in a currently tight market, who have house payments and (some of them) kids to feed. No sir, they won't do it. Some of the best work John & Co. has ever done might never be seen, as Nick is NOW slicing and dicing away at the remaining shows, in their various stages of completion. John is not going to allow his name to go on these shows, so be warned. When I heard that John had been made a "consultant" on R&S, I asked him what that meant. What it means, folks, is NOTHING. It's PR on Nickelodeon's part, to calm down all the angry fans they've been hearing from. Unless John has the creative control that got the series conceived in the first place, he won't involve himself. Anything less would amount to WAY too much less. The question is: do you want to see the shows listed in FILM THREAT the way they were intended to be seen, done by an artist who has been killing himself to perfect them? Or will you settle for a vastly inferior version, as Nickelodeon thinks, plans and hopes smugly that you will? Bob Camp, to put it mildly, is out of his depth as the "head" of production of Ren & Stimpy. If he *does* somehow manage to eke out the shows, the shows will suffer for it. It's entirely possible that when Nick sees disaster looming, they'll realize their mistake and go back to the source for help. If any of you think *that* would be a nice turn of events-- if you know that the reason this show exists is Spumco--John and the rest of his loyal cartoonists--then let Nickolodeon know. Don't be snowed by the company line. Tell them you know the difference between the real thing and a corporate, plastic changeling they would put in its place, if they can get away with it. BTW, the "inside dope" about John directing a Rescue Rangers movie for Disney is pretty funny to John. Where do these things come from? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Andre Nancy MARROU / LORD ------------------------ Presidential Ticket ------------------------ Libertarians '92 [Picture of About Andre Marrou, the Libertarian Presidential Nominee Andre Marrou] Andre Marrou is a graduate of MIT and has worked as an engineering manager. Marrou was elected in 1984 to the Alaska State Legislature where he introduced legislation to limit the size of government and reduce taxes. In 1988 Marrou was the LP vice-presidential nominee and running mate of Congressman Ron Paul. [Picture of About Nancy Lord, the Libertarian Vice-Presidential Nominee Nancy Lord] Nancy Lord has degrees in medicine and law and is an attorney specializing in medical-legal and constitutional issues. As a businesswoman Lord could see first-hand how taxation and bureaucratic regulation were stifling entrepreneurship; this sparked her decision to run for mayor of Washington, D.C. in 1990. Scott McLAUGHLIN NC Governor - Abolish the sales tax on food and medicine - Throw out the professional politicians in Raleigh - Let parents -not bureaucrats- control our schools - Restore constitutional liberty & responsibility to our people - Cut state government and income tax by 30% - Free enterprise will put our people back to work - End corruption by electing citizens, not politicians - It's time now for a real change in Raleigh For more information call (800) 292-3766 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Andre Marrou and Nancy Lord 1992 Libertarian Presidential Ticket The Libertarian Party is the Party of the future. The LP is America's third largest and fastest growing party. It has elected over one hundred candidates, and in 1990 polled over five million votes. A Party of Principle The LP has always stood for personal freedom and self responsibility. No Libertarian has ever raised your taxes or increased government spending. In fact, Libertarians have stopped or repealed taxes, including the Alaska income tax. Libertarian Ideas are American Ideas The Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights are libertarian documents. We believe, as the Founders did, that people must be left free to live their own lives, must be responsible for their own actions, and must not harm others. The only just role for government is to defend use against force and fraud. The Constution and Bill of Rights limited government to that role, but the politicians have gone beyond those limits. The LP Challenges *US* to Fight Back A 3% tax led The Founders to rebel against England. Now our taxes are nearly 50%. This money is wasted. The government gives billions to foreign governments, millions more to farmers who grow no food, thousands to cover Congressional bounced checks. They've even given millions to both tobacco farmers *and* campaigns against smoking. THE LP HAS A BETTER WAY The Libertarian Way Let's stop giving billions to foreign governments, millions to farmers who grow no food, thousands for Congressional privilege, and millions more to tobacco companies. Let's make government do its real job - *keep our streets safe and our land defended*. What if your bill for government went from 50% of earnings to 10% or less? What if your spendable income nearly doubled? What would your life be like? What causes would you support? What could you do for your children? *Nothing is free*. The government's supposed free services cost dearly. You pay for waste and political favors. Get more for your money. Confine government to the protection of your safety, and both your safety and your wealth will grow. We'll have safe streets, a strong economy, and the money we need to give our children the education they deserve. That's the Libertarian Way -you choose- government waste and inefficiency, or safety and abundance for you and your family? To help build this responsible alternative to the old parties, call or write... The Marrou/Lord Campaign P.O. Box 12417 Las Vegas, NV 89112 (702) 434-6362 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- < Page filled with other graphics> [Cartoon] Wedding anniversary gifts...NOT! 1st.....Naugahyde 2nd.....Saladmaster(TM) Cookware 3rd.....Axes 4th.....Pillows 5th.....Golden Hamsters 6th....."Star Trek, The Next Generation" Trading Cards 7th.....Spatulas 8th.....Cellular Phones 9th.....8-Track Cartridges 10th....Spiders 15th....Liver 20th....Voodoo Dolls 25th....Bungee Cords 30th....Bauxite 35th....Hydrogen 40th....Weasels [Dobbs Picture] 45th....Polystyrene 50th....Tar 55th....Wicker 60th....Crotch guards 70th....Hearing Aids 80th....Plutonium ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- N O V E M B E R C O N V E N T I O N S November 6-8, 1992 (Massachusetts) WISHCON 2 Sheraton at Monarch Place, Springfield, Mass. (413) 781-1010 Guests: George Takei, Majel Barrett, Wil Wheaton, and more. Advance pre-registration by Oct. 15: 17.00 one day/25.00 Weekend. $20/35 at the door, $19 for Saturday Night Buffet Dinner. Info: K & L Productions 500 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe, Ct. 06468 (203) 459-0413 or E-mail: Chreotho@cup.portal.com November 6-8, 1992 (Alabama) CON*STELLATION XI/SCORPIO. Hilton, Huntsville AL; rms $49. GoHs: Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Dean Wesley Smith; AGoH: Stephen Hickman; FGoH: Mike Glicksohn; TM: Michael Flynn. Memb: $18 until 9/30/92, $22 after. Info: Con*Stellation XI: Scorpio, Box 4857, Huntsville AL 35815. November 6-8, 1992 (Florida) VULKON. Hilton & Towers, St. Petersburg, FL; rms $60-70; (813)894-5000. Guests: Leonard Nimoy, David McDonnell, Ann Crispin, Cheryl Mandus. Memb: $30 until 10/9/92, $40 after (children under 10 free). Info: Vulkon, c/o Joe Motes, 12237 Southwest 50th Street, Cooper City, FL 33330. November 6-8, 1992 (Illinois) WINDYCON XIX. Hyatt Regency Woodfield, 1800 E. Golf Road, Schaumburg, IL 60195; rms $77 sngl/dbl, $90 tpl/quad. GoH: Robert Shea; AGoH: Todd Cameron Hamilton; Living Legend GoH: Julius Schwartz; FGoH: Wolf Foss; TM: Rick Foss; Guests: Spider and Jeanne Robinson, John Varley, Barry Longyear, George Alec Effinger, more. Memb: $20 until 10/1/92, $30 after. Info: Windycon, P.O. Box 184, Palatine, IL 60078-0184; (708)383-6948. November 6-8, 1992 (Massachusetts) WISHCON II. Sheraton at Monarch Place, Springfield, MA; rms $78 sngl/dbl, $88 tpl/quad; (413)781-1010. Guests: George Takei, Majel Barrett, Wil Wheaton, Arne Starr, Michael Jan Freidman, Margaret Bonanno, Peter David, Bob Greenberger, Howard Weinstein, Joe Straczynski. Memb: $25 until 10/1/92, $35 after. Info: K&L Productions, 500 Monroe Tpke, Monroe CT 06468; (203)459-0413. November 6-8, 1992 (England) NOVACON (UK) 22. Forte Post House, Birmingham. GoH: Storm Constantine. Memb: L20 until 10/6/92, L25 after. Info: Novacon 22, c/o Bernie Evans, 121 Cape Hill, Smethwick, Warley, W. Midlands, B66 4SH UK; (021)558-0997. November 13-15, 1992 (Georgia) PHENOMICON '92. Castlegate Hotel & Conference Center, Atlanta, GA; rms $55. Guests: William Gibson, Bruce Sterling, more. Emphasis on UFOs, conspiracies, weirdness. Memb: $20 until 10/1/92, $25 after. Info: Phenomicon '92, Box 12141, Atlanta GA 30355. November 13-15, 1992 (Pennsylvania) PHILCON '92. Adam's Mark Hotel, City Avenue & Monument Road, Philadelphia PA. GoH: Greg Bear; AGoH: Boris Vallejo; Filk GoH: Tom Smith; SGoHs: Pamela Sargent, Ray Harryhausen. Memb: $25 until 11/1/92, $30 after (children under 6 free, 6-12 $15). Info: Philcon '92, P.O. Box 8303, Philadelphia, PA 19101; (609)764-8294. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- N O V E M B E R C O N V E N T I O N S November 13-15, 1992 (Virginia) SCI-CON 14. Holiday Inn Executive Center, Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach VA; rms $58 sngl/dbl; (804)499-4400. GoH: Elizabeth Scarborough; AGoH: Don Maitz; SGoH: Janny Wurts, Frank & Laura Kelly Freas; FGoHs: Steve & Elaine Stiles; Gaming GoH: Frank Chadwick. Memb: $20 until 10/1/92, $25 after. Info: Sci-Con 14, Box 9434, Hampton VA 23670. November 20-22, 1992 (Oklahoma) SOONERCON 8. Central Plaza Hotel, 112 South M.L. King, Oklahoma City, OK; rms $40 by 11/1/92; (800)233-2219. GoHs: L. Sprague de Camp, Catherine Cook de Camp; AGoH: Frank Kelly-Freas; TM: Mark Schulzinger; Filk GoH: Juanita Coulson; FGoH: Martha Beck; SGoH: Wilson "Bob" Tucker. Memb: $18 until 11/1/92, at least $22 after. Info: Soonercon 8, Box 1701, Bethany OK 73008; (405)843-6427 (until 10pm). November 20-22, 1992 (Oregon) ORYCON 14. Red Lion/Columbia River, Portland OR; rms $61. GoH: Esther Friesner; AGoH: James Warhola; FGoH: Steve Forty; SGoH: Peter S. Beagle. Memb: $20 until 10/31/92, $25 after (children 5 and under free, 6-12 half price). Info: OryCon 14, Box 5703, Portland OR 97228; (503)283-0802; 74007.3342@compuserv.com. November 27-29, 1992 (New York) CREATION CONVENTION Ramada Inn (formerly The Penta), New York City, 33rd Street and Seventh Avenue. Guest: Marina Sirtis November 27-29, 1992 (California, Northern) SILICON '92. Santa Clara Westin Hotel, Santa Clara CA. GoH: Robert Jordan; AGoH: Richard Hescox; FGoH: Michelle Sagawa; TM: James P. Blaylock. Info: Silicon '92, Box 8029, San Jose CA 95155-8612; (408)977-0562. November 27-29, 1992 (California, Southern) LOSCON 19. Airport Marriott, Los Angeles CA. GoH: Barbara Hambly; EGoH: David Hartwell; FGoH: Mike Glyer. Memb: $30 until 11/1/92, $35 after. Info: LASFS, 11513 Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood CA 91601; (213)772-1511. November 27-29, 1992 (Maryland) DARKOVER GRAND COUNCIL MEETING '92. Holiday Inn, Timonium MD; rms $59. Emphasis on Marion Zimmer Bradley's "Darkover" books. GoH: Janet Kagan; AGoH: Rillan MacDhai; SGoHS: Marion Zimmer Bradley, Katherine Kurtz. Memb: $24 until 11/1/92, $28 after. Info: Darkover Grand Council Meeting, Armida Council, Box 7203, Silver Spring, MD 20907; (202)737-4609 (before 11pm). November 27-29, 1992 (Chicago) VISIONS '92 Ramada Hotel O'Hare. 6600 N. Mannheim Road, Rosemont, Illinois 60018 1-708-827-5131. British SF and Fantasy media con. onfirmed Guests: Colin Baker, Bill Baggs, Jeremey Bentham, Nicola Bryant, Jan Chappell, Craig Charles, Frank Conniff, Nickolas Grace, Robert Llewellyn, John Peel. $45 for 3-day membership, $35 for 2-day, $25 for 1-day until 11/15/92. Info: Her Majesty's Entertainment, Ltd., P.O. Box 1202, Highland Park, Illinois 60035-1202 1-708-405-WHO1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ "Bob" is so sweet, his grandmother @@@@@@@^^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^^@@@@@@@@ cavorts with floppy disks! @@@@@@ @@@@@@ Damn! 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