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Thursday, May 13, 2004

Thursday May 13, 2004. Good news from India -- a change in government. BJP, the party leading what had been the governing coalition, is a Hindu nationalist party seemingly dedicated to disproving the notion that only monotheists can be religious bigots.
I walked to Steeple People thrift store. Among the freebie magazines: February 1999 Scientific American, with an article by Benoit B. Mandelbrot: A Multifractal Walk Down Wall Street.

Across the street to the Wedge. Two pounds of organic carrots were a whole 20¢ more than Rainbow charges for conventional carrots; and they taste at least 20¢ better than conventional carrots.

To Rainbow, where I bought turkey giblets.

To Lunds, for turkey wings and eggs. Lunds had large eggs for ten cents less than Rainbow did -- and two cents less than Rainbow's medium eggs. Interesting, since Rainbow sells on low prices and Lunds is upmarket.

***I saw an "Army of One" bumpersticker, and wondered if any pacifist group had come up with "Army of None."
Writing: "Well Met, Well Met, My Old True Love" -- the story is now closer to what it needs to be. I've added the audacious prediction that a few centuries from now, humans will still use drugs for non-medical purposes.

Killing Futures -- Needs a viewpoint character. So far, I've only got a job description.
From Google News, something I consider old news:
Documents Show US Relationship With Nazis During Cold War
New York Times - 40 minutes ago
WASHINGTON, May 13 - The American government worked closely with Nazi war criminals and collaborators, allowing many of them to live in the United States after World War II, and paying others who worked for West Germany's secret service, according to ...
Book says US ignored Nazi sympathizers International Herald Tribune
US Said to Embrace Alleged Nazi Allies Guardian
WAVY-TV - San Diego Union Tribune - Ha'aretz - CBS News - and 98 related
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