_ _ ((___)) [ x x ] cDc communications \ / Global Domination Update (' ') #6 - February 27th, 1991 (U) New gNu NEW gnU new GnU nEW gNu neW gnu nEw releases for February, 1991: 156: "The Happy Machine" by Obscure Images. A short fiction work by the king o' t-file cyberpunk. Corporate mind control through alpha wave-producing consumer EE-leck-tron-icks. 157: "Jack and Jack (revised)" by Obscure Images. This is a revision of file #111. [from cDc GD Update #1: "A joyful place where Jack the Assassin matches wits with Jack the Inner Self. Too bad neither one will live to see tomorrow."] And there you go. 158: "That Dirty Beach" by Tequila Willy. Aquaman uses Hostess(R) Twinkies(R) to negotiate with a dangerous ecological terrorist. 159: "Boredom and Innocence" by Obscure Images. Story of an artist blighted with boredom and blindness, but no buxom babes, blonde or brunette. Bah. The angst sloshes thick like syrup on Eggos. 160: "Story of an Alternative Lifestyle" by The Pusher. A good ol' fashioned tale of butt-banging, flute-tooting, and lil' sister-pounding. 161: "A Kinder, Gentler Nation" by Tequila Willy. Willy takes a hard look at emotive techniques in the speeches of President Bush concering the Persian Gulf war. 162: "Until the Next Time" by Obscure Images. A short story of moving up the corporate ladder by killing your superiors. 163: "UPSetting" by Axiom Codex and Lazar. Description of a new fraud/rip-off concept... advice on snatching UPS and Federal Express deliveries. 164: "BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL - A Contemporary Interpretation" by Tequila Willy. Nietzsche's monumental work is dissected by the scholarly Willy. Yeah, right. 165: "Winnie the Pooh - Part 1" by A.A. Milne. This file contains the first two chapters of the classic, and will be continued next month. In Part 1, Pooh is introduced and kicks things off by trying to imitate a rain cloud and getting his enormous pudgy butt stuck in Rabbit's house. Don't miss it. ______________________________________________________________________________ Other telecom gnuz: Name change: Greenpeace/Goo's The People Farm BBS (formerly Inverted Granola Bar) has been re-christened "The Paisley Pasture Experience". Whatever the name, it kicks and should be called immediately: 916/673-8412. Up again: Tequila Willy's Great Subterranean Carnival (209/526-3194) has returned and is ready to ream your brain. The GSC now has all the cDc files on-line for viewing, so there's absolutely no excuse for not having them all. Intense m0e-dumb tripping in Willy's grand style. 209/526-3194. New cDc BBS: Ripco II has joined the Stupendously Glorious Herd. Yes, that festering pile of t-files and free speech we all know and love has become a cDc board. 312/528-5020. Hooray to Dr. Ripco, and thanks for the great system over the years - especially now in the face of legal troubles. That's it for now. As always, we can be reached at: cDc communications, P.O. Box 53011, Lubbock, TX 79453. I hope to have all the cDc files available on a few 3.5" disks in all major computer formats (Amiga, Apple II, Mac, MS-DOS) shortly by mail, for the cost of disks and postage. 'till the next release, S. Ratte' _____________________________________________________________________________ cDc Global Domination Update #6 - by Swamp Rat - "Hyperbole is our business"