This post consists mostly of bits and pieces I've strung together from a few posts I started and never finished. It doesn't advance our project any - or add any new ideas. I'm just putting it up to clear the cobwebs out of my "compose mail" archive: a little "brain candy" if you will, though you might view it as Brussels sprouts. Enjoy...
As I'm sure you are aware, the internet's a'buzzin with all kinds of outrageous, if not mentally unbalanced ideas on how to solve every problem from the health care crisis to jock itch.
Yet here at LRA&H we hold ourselves to a higher standard, unlike elsewhere in the blogosphere, where life is cheap and truth is rare - which is probably why we made it to the last heat of the 2009 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest. By the way the winner was David McKenzie, who wrote the magnificent:
"Folks say that if you listen real close at the height of the full moon, when the wind is blowin' off
...although my favorite came from the diminutive Mariann Simms, of