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Theodore Kamis


This isn't me, either. This is merely another reasonable facsimilie... Mark Russell.

See him on PBS July 30 (check your local listings for details, or click to PBS Online - - - - see below for link...)
Edgewood College....
where I go to school! 
GPO Access
Lots of handy Government information... 
Cincinnati Enquirer 
A very good newspaper website, with a link to the AP Wire... 
Jim Borgman - Editorial Cartoonist extraordinaire 
...and the real reason why I listed the Enquirer. 
Chicago Tribune 
If it had a Wisconsin edition, I would subscribe tomorrow! 
Are You Being Served? 
Yes, you can learn more about this quirky, but very entertaining, British comedy - right here...
PBS Online 
Find out more about Nature, Nova, and the other great PBS shows that Newt wants to replace with shows like The Dukes of Hazzard, I Raped My Wife, and I Executed My Wife (When She Said No)...

I think, therefore I am, I think,...

I have two birthdays - my mother says that I was born on one day, the state says that I was born on the next day. (I trust my mom, after all, she was there! After surviving high school (5 of them, over 4 years), I did this, and that, and quite a bit of the other... 

Now I work for the US Government Printing Office, and go to college, and wonder when I get to sleep, eat, etc. 

By the time I was 18, I had missed seeing over 100,000 acts of violence that I would have seen had I lived in a "normal" family. (What is normal, anyway?) 

Mind you, we did have TV - strictly limited and monitored. M*A*S*H, Quincy, and Merrie Melodies/Looney Tunes were my childhood favorites. 

Now? M*A*S*H, Merrie Melodies/Looney Tunes, Burns and Allen, Dragnet, and any one of Wallace and Gromit's adventures that I can find. Oh, I forgot to tell you - I like nature programs also. 

Also, certain BBC comedies are something that I won't miss - like May to December, Are You Being Served?, Keeping Up Appearances, and Waiting for God. (I do, however, loathe Mr. Bean - after all, I must draw the line somewhere!) 

Politics?  That comes from the Grrek prefix poly, meaning many, and ticks - you know what those are...  (Take note, Bill and Newt!!)

Th-th-that's all, folks (for now). 


This page was updated on 28 June 1997. 

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