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HToMC will be at the VulKon in Atlanta, GA on Feb. 19-21. For con info,
call Joe Motes at (305) 434-6060 or 12237 SW 50 St., Cooper City, FL
33330-5406. This will be at the Hyatt Atlanta Airport, 1900 Sullivan
Rd - (404) 991-1234 for reservations. Guest include DeForest Kelley,
George Takei, and possibly Colm Meaney. Plus, slackful conventioneers.
COMICS to Want and Buy: (tons of great stuff for 1993)
Ren & Stimpy #3 The Hacker Files
R&S become South Am. dictators Operation Moonwitch (1.0) - Jan
Operation Moonwitch (2.0) - Feb
Ren & Stimpy #4
Beatnick Stimpy, Java-crazed After a government sting operation
Ren, plus Muddy Mudskipper frames computer users, Hacker and
Scarecrow stage a daring breakout.
Plus story in Marvel Age #121 Features the Green Lantern.
Marvel Comics DC Comics
387 Park Ave. South 1325 Avenue of the Americas
NY, NY 10016 NY, NY 10016
Post Brothers #29 Flaming Carrot #30
Ron fouls up an his new Flaming Carrot and The Man on
assassination job the Moon take on The Scribbler
Savage Henry #24 Thirteen O'Clock by Richard Sala
A Night in Berlin: trouble Mr. Murmur faces the diabolical
with Bobbie Neuwave Doctor Q; stories from the MTV
Liquid Television animator
Both available from:
Rip Off Press Dark Horse Comics
PO Box 4686 10956 SE Main St
Auburn, CA 95604 Milwaukie, OR 97222
1993 Cry For Dawn Calendar Prometheus' Gift
Adults only. Cross between Modern reinterpretation of the
Giger and Vargas, great pics Greek Myth. Weird stuff.
Cry For Dawn Prod. Ltd. Cat-Head Comics
360-A W. Merrick Rd. Ste 350 PO Box 576
Valley Stream, NY 11580 Hudson, MA 01749
Bay Area Skeptics
PSYCHICS' PREDICTIONS FIZZLE FOR 1992
President Bush was not re-elected. Madonna did not become a gospel singer, and
a UFO base was not found in the Mexican desert. These were just a few of the
many predictions that had been made for 1992 by famous "psychics", but were
dead wrong, as chronicled by the Bay Area Skeptics.
At the end of each year, many well-known "psychics" issue predictions for the
year to come. Twelve months later, they issue another set of predictions,
conveniently forgetting those made the year before, which are always nearly
100% wrong. Each year, however, the Bay Area Skeptics dig up the predictions
made the year before, to the embarrassment of those who made them.
Many of the "psychic" predictions made are so vague that it is impossible to
say if they came true or not: for example, Jeane Dixon's prediction that
Tracey Gold "faces perilous periods in July and October" [The Star, April 14,
1992] is not obviously true or false. Many other "predictions" involve things
that happen every year, or else are not difficult to guess, such as terrorist
incidents, marital strife for Charles and Diana, or severe winter storms.
Many supposed "predictions" simply state that ongoing events and trends will
continue, such as economic uncertainty, or conflict in the Middle East. Some
predictions did of course come true, especially those that were unspecific,
or not at all difficult to guess: several "psychics" correctly predicted that
a hurricane would cause major destruction in Florida or Cuba, but not one was
specific as to the date or principal location of the damage. Hurricanes occur,
of course, every season in the Caribbean. Significantly, not one prediction
which was both specific and surprising came true.
Other supposed "predictions" are not really predictions at all, but are
actually disclosures of little-known events which are already under way, such
as movie productions, marriage plans, business ventures, or developing
scandals. Because questionable claims of having made an amazing prediction
are frequently made in the wake of major news stories, the Bay Area Skeptics
only evaluates predictions that were published or broadcast before the events
they claimed to foretell.
New York "psychic" Lou Wright predicted that three men would unsuccessfully
attempt to kidnap Candice Bergen in Paris, and Marlon Brando would be arrested
for trying to bust his son out of jail [Natl. Enquirer, Jan. 2, 1992].
Los Angeles "psychic" Maria Graciette predicted that a secret UFO base would
be found deep in the Mexican desert, thousands of years old, and that Vice-
President Dan Quayle, attending a World Series game, would impulsively inter-
fere with a play [National Enquirer, June 9, 1992].
New York "psychic" John Monti predicted that "a massive hurricane will
devastate Cuba and topple Castro's regime," that a huge AIDS epidemic would
"threaten to end professional sports" [National Enquirer, Jan. 2, 1992], and
that a scientific advance would allow women to delay menopause, allowing them
to have children into their 60s [National Enquirer, June 9, 1992].
The famous Washington, D.C. "psychic" Jeane Dixon, who supposedly has a "gift
of prophecy",saw that Fidel Castro would be overthrown, possibly resulting in
Cuba becoming part of the U.S., and Virginia governor Douglas Wilder would
gain enough support for a "vice-presidential invitation". President-elect
Bill Clinton, however, she described as "the Democratic shooting star," for
whom "an organization of women will try to block his path" [The Star, Jan. 21,
1992]. President Bush's ratings would climb, resulting in his reelection [The
Star, July 7, 1992]. She also predicted "a promising economic upturn in the
spring," and that "broccoli will become the miracle vegetable of the '90s"
[The Star, Jan. 21, 1992].
Chicago "psychic" Irene Hughes predicted that Vanna White and her husband
would purchase a "haunted" mansion in Beverly Hills, from which they would
flee in terror a week later. Madonna's career would be interrupted by a
"mystery illness," but she would recover after having a religious vision, and
become a gospel singer [National Enquirer, June 9, 1992].
New York "psychic" Laura Steele predicted that an earthquake would topple the
Gateway Arch in St. Louis, and that William Kennedy Smith would enter the
priesthood to become a missionary in Africa [National Enquirer, Jan. 2, 1992].
Los Angeles "psychic" Judy Hevenly predicted that George Bush would be re-
elected "by a landslide," that Madonna would be hit by a car while jogging in
New York's Central Park [National Enquirer, Jan. 2, 1992], and that Gennifer
Flowers would join the cast of a popular daytime soap opera [National
Enquirer, June 9, 1992].
Another Southern California "psychic," Clarisa Bernhardt, who is claimed to
make "uncanny earthquake predictions," warned that scientists would be
"shocked" in October when supposedly earthquake-proof Florida is hit by a
trembler, only weeks after being hit by "the worst hurricane in the state's
history." The prediction that this year's hurricane season would produce
Florida's worst destruction yet was correct,but the earthquake prediction was
dead wrong. Bernhardt also predicted that Joan Lunden would renew her
marriage vows on her TV show, "Good Morning America" [National Enquirer, June
9, 1992],that Michael Jackson would lose his voice and quit singing, and that
Joan Rivers would be plagued by three look-alikes created through "extensive
plastic surgery" [National Enquirer, Jan. 2, 1992].
Joan Quigley of San Francisco, White House astrologer to the Reagans,
predicted that Bill Clinton would run out of money toward the campaign's end,
and that the total eclipse of the sun on June 30 will cause earthshaking
events in China [Washington Post, April 18, 1992].
Here in Northern California, the date of that devastating California earth-
quake everybody keeps predicting was pegged for Oct. 17, the third anniver-
sary of the Loma Prieta quake, by "psychic" Ernesto A. Moshe Montgomery, who
claims an accuracy of 99 1/2 percent [San Jose Metro, Feb. 27, 1992].
Based on the continuing failure of the "psychics" to make accurate predictions
over the years, the Bay Area Skeptics urges everyone - especially the media-
to exercise some healthy skepticism when "psychics" and other purveyors of the
paranormal make extra-ordinary claims or predictions. Anyone who swallows
the "psychics'" claims year after year without checking the record is setting
a bad example for students and for the public.
It is important to note that no "psychic" succeeded in predicting the
genuinely surprising news stories of 1992: The destructive fire in Windsor
Castle; the feud between Vice-President Quayle and Murphy Brown; the surpris-
ing presidential campaign of Ross Perot. These major news stories were so
totally unexpected that someone would have had to be genuinely "psychic"
to have predicted them twelve months ago! Given the sheer number of so-called
"psychics" out there, one would expect that if even one of them were genuine,
these things would have been correctly predicted; and since they were not, it
suggests that all such claims of "psychic powers" are without foundation.
The Bay Area Skeptics is a group of people from all walks of life who support
the critical examination of paranormal claims, such as psychic powers, UFOs,
astrology, Bigfoot, biorhythms, etc. Similar skeptics' organizations are
active in many other areas of the country, including New York, Colorado,
Georgia, Illinois, Southern California, Arizona, Texas, and Ohio. The
Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
(CSICOP), headquartered in Buffalo, NY, is an international Skeptics' organi-
zation, made up of many famous writers, scientists, and investigators, such
as Martin Gardner, Stephen Jay Gould, Carl Sagan, Philip J. Klass, and many
For more information about the activities and publications of the Bay Area
Skeptics, you can call their recorded message line at 510-LA TRUTH.
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There is no music in space. People will pay to watch people make sounds.
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C O N V E N T I O N S (also see page 1)
January 29-February 1, 1993 (Australia, Victoria)
RADICON. Radisson President Hotel, Melbourne, Australia. Guests: Bjo &
John Trimble, other media guests. Convention also is a benefit
convention for the Red Cross. Memb: A$140 until 1/22/93, A$29
supporting. Info: Radicon, c/o Christopher Ballis, Box 322, Bentleigh
3204, Australia; phone 011-61-3-557-7088.
February 5-7, 1993 (Oklahoma)
PSUREALCON '93. Oklahoma City, OK. Info: Psurealcon '93, Box 2069,
Norman OK 73070.
February 5-7, 1993 (Texas)
CONNIPTION '93. Dallas, TX. Guests: TBA. Info: Conniption '93, PO Box
260912, Plano TX 75026-0912.
February 10-13, 1993 (Utah)
LIFE, THE UNIVERSE & EVERYTHING 11. Brigham Young University, Provo,
UT. GoHs: Orson Scott Card, Barbara Hambly, Kevin J. Anderson; SGoHs:
Dave Wolverton, M. Shayne Bell, Michaelene Pendleton. Memb: $10. Info:
Life, the Universe & Everything 11, 3163 JKHB, Brigham Young Univ.,
Provo UT 84602.
February 12-14, 1993 (Alabama)
CONTINUITY '93. Parliament House, Birmingham AL. GoH; Joe Haldeman.
Info: Continuity, c/o 620 80th Place S., Birmingham AL 35206;
February 12-15, 1993 (Pennsylvania)
COSTUMECON 11. Sheraton, Station Square, Pittsburgh PA. Costumer's
convention. Memb: $55. Discounts to members of International
Costumer's Guild. Info: Costumecon 11, 200 N. Homewood Ave., Pittsburgh
PA 15208; (412)242-8837.
February 19-21, 1993 (Massachusetts)
BOSKONE XXX. Sheraton Tara, Rte 9 at Exit 12 on the Mass. Pike,
Framingham, MA; rms $84 sngl, $86 others, parking free; (508)879-7200.
GoH: Joe Haldeman; AGoH: Tom Kidd; SGoH: Beth Meacham. Boskone returns
to the Greater Boston area - come celebrate the craft and community of
SF. Memb: $29 until 1/17/93, $40 after. Info: NESFA, Box 809,
Framingham, MA 01701-0203; (617) 625-2311.
February 19-21, 1993 (Virginia)
SHEVACON. Ingleside Hotel & Resort, Staunton, VA. Info: Shevacon, c/o
The Dragon's Hoard, 15 E. Johnson, Staunton VA 24401.
February 20-21, 1993 (Washington)
BLOODCON 1. Executive Inn, Seattle WA. Memb: $15 until 1/30/93, $18
after. Info: BLOODCON 1, 540-C NE Northgate, suite 236, Seattle, WA
February 26-28, 1993 (California, Northern)
POTLACH II. Shattuck Hotel/Berkeley Convention Center, Berkeley, CA.
Literary sf conference. Memb: $30; $10 supporting. Info: Potlach II,
c/o Spike Parsons, Box 20132, Castro Valley CA 94546; (510)658-7176.
February 26-28, 1993 (California, Southern)
GALLIFREY ONE GOES FORTH. Airport Hilton, Burbank, CA; rms $69
sngl/dbl. GoH: John Levene; TM: Larry Stewart. Emphasis on British
media. Memb: $40 until 2/1/93, $45 after. Info: P.O. Box 3021, N.
Hollywood, CA 91609.
February 26-28, 1993 (Florida)
HURRICON. Holiday Inn Beach Resort, Fort Walton Beach, FL; rms $45
quad, $75 suite. FGoH: Robert Neagle; Guests: George Alec Effinger,
Margaret Weis, Douglas Niles, Ray Aldridge, more. Memb: $25 until
1/31/93, $30 after. Info: Hurricon, Steven Earl Yoder, c/o Bards Tales
Book Shoppe, 109D Racetrack Road, Fort Walton Beach Fl 32547;
February 26-28, 1993 (Kentucky)
UPPERSOUTHCLAVE 23. Park Mammoth Resort, Park City, KY; rms
$28/$38/$43/$48. GoH: Margaret Keifer. Memb: $15 until 2/5/93, $20
after. Info: UpperSouthClave 23, c/o Gary Robe, Box 3221, Kingsport TN
February 26-28, 1993 (Washington)
RADCON IA. Shilo Inn and O'Callahan's Restaurant, Richland, WA. GoH:
John Dalmas; AGoH: Betsy Mott; FGoH: Jon Gustafson. Info: Edgar
Lincoln, 104 Comstock, Richland, WA 99352; (509)943-0845 (weeknights).
March 4-7, 1993 (Connecticut)
1993 WORLD HORROR CONVENTION. Sheraton, Stamford, CT; rms $87 sngl/dbl.
GoHs: Peter Straub, Les Daniels; AGoHs: J.K. Potter, Stephen Gervais;
TM: Stanley Wiater. Memb: $75; $25 supporting. Info: World Horror
Convention 1993, Box 191, Andover CT 06232.
March 5-7, 1993 (California, Southern)
CON-DOR #1. Town & Country Inn, 500 Hotel Circle, San Diego, CA 92108;
rms $69 sngl/dbl; (619)291-7131. GoHs: Octavia Butler, J. Michael
Straczynski. Memb: $25 until 2/15/93, $30 after (children under 12
accompanied by parent - free). Info: Con-Dor, PO Box 15771, San Diego,
March 5-7, 1993 (Missouri)
CONFLATION. Radisson, Clayton, MO. GoHs: Victor Milan, Mike Weaver.
Adults Only. Adults only convention. Memb: $15 until 1/15/93, $20
after. Info: ConFlation, c/o Bibbi Wilt, 5138-B Old LeMay Ferry Rd.,
Imperial MO 63052; (314)287-3825.
March 5-7, 1993 (New York)
ASTRONOMICON 2. Radisson Inn, Rochester, NY 14623; rms $60 sngl/dbl;
(716)475-1910. GoH: Michael Swanwick; AGoH: Phil Foglio; SGoH: The
Gunderson Corp.; guests: Nancy Kress, Nick Pollotta, John Allen Price,
Larry Stewart, Marcos Donnelly, S.M. Stirling, S.N. Lewitt. Memb: $20
until 2/1/93, $25 after. Info: Rochester Fantasy Fans, P.O. Box 1701,
Rochester, NY 14603-1701; (716)342-4697; email: firstname.lastname@example.org (David
March 5-7, 1993 (Wisconsin)
WISCON 17. Concourse Hotel, Madison, WI. GoH: Lois McMaster Bujold;
EGoH: Kristine Kathryn Rusch. SF convention; Tiptree Memorial Award
Ceremony. Memb: $18 until 2/21/93, $30 after. Info: Wiscon 17, Box
1624, Madison WI 53701; (608)231-2324.
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@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ From Pittsburgh: Dj Strobee
For hardcopy w/graphics, send SASE to:| Detroit: Boomer
| Columbus' best: Kevy Kev & Mike Leachio
Holy Temple of Mass Consumption | special guest: Cincy's Thome Tomato
PO Box 30904 | A 18 and over event. 21+ over full bar.
Raleigh, NC 27622 | Smart bar for smart people.
For ezine version, mail: | Info: 614-341-7345
Slack@ncsu.edu to get on list |----------------------------------------
quartz.rutgers.edu - back |
issues (188.8.131.52) |Atlanta Raves
--------------------------------------- 100 Monkeys - 95 Broad St, Atlanta.
Detroit parties: Raves every Friday, (404) 706-7626 for
info/directions. All ages and usually
February 12, 1993 inexpensive
Tentative show in Ann Arbor, MI
Sponsored by BMG & Jeffery 0, VOOM... Sun, Jan. 31 - Club-wide rave at the
DJs Stacey Pullen Masquerade with MOBY, PRODIGY, AND
D. Wynn CYBERTRONIC. $10.50 advance thru Ticket
Mike Huckaby master. On North Avenue.