It's cool that you wrote a review of John Perkins' book; his story is fascinating and chilling. I noticed that you hadn't shared these good news with our mutual social friends you-know-where, so I just posted a promo for you there.
Hmmm.... I wonder if I should try to program a special firewall for the anthroposophically inclined, as a special buffer against hole-attacks.
--- In email@example.com, "Frank" <eltrigal78@...> wrote:
> Dear A-Ters,
> Welcome to our tenth anniversary issue, now on your cyber-doorstep at http://SouthernCrossReview.org! If you're curious about what the first issue looked like, you can check it out there. At that time the intention was to make SCR bilingual (English/Spanish), but unfortunately it didn't work out...yet.
> The Editor's Page in the current issue describes an expatriate's return home (to New York City) only for a visit, but still...after all, he's me!
> In "Letters" there's praise and criticism of Keith Francis's evolution lectures...among other things.
> "Current Events" includes an article by Tom Englehardt prophesying the demise of "American Triumphalism"; information about anthroposophist Nicanor Perlas's candidature for president of the Philippines; and an article by Kaye Thomson about the cruel results of the war in Sri Lanka.
> Under "Features" Gaither Stewart rediscovers the Italian cinema, concentrating on Roberto Rosselinni.
> "Science": Steve Talbott provides interesting new information about evolution theory and what color has to do with it.
> Under "Fiction" Gaither Stewart and I go romantic not that we weren't always but not together.
> In the "Anthroposophy" section, many readers will be surprised to find a connection between anthroposophy and Star Trek. Leave it the Tarjei Straume, a.k.a. Uncle Taz, to find it. Also several items by Rudolf Steiner.
> We have one "Book Review" this issue about an economic hit man. And Poetry brings up the rear, as usual with poems by Walt Whitman and Hermann Hesse. It would be hard to find two more different styles and individuals.
> Frank Thomas Smith, Editor