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Coaches Corner with Kevin Hines

I have been sitting on an un-published piece for the Monthly Daemon. Since Mailer Damon is no longer a

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What Super Power do I want?

Here is the item I wrote for the June issue of “The Monthly Daemon”. The printed version had some minor change (and one fewer entry). So enjoy this “director’s cut” of my latest Monthly Daemon submission. POWER PRO CON flight Save money on cab fare. Would feel fidgety on cross-country airplane flights. invisibility Spying on […]

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Old Gossip

Here is the item I wrote for the May issue of “The Monthly Daemon”. I actually wrote this for the April Issue – but since I don’t put these articles up on the blog until a month after they see ‘print’, this has been sitting waiting to be posted for ages. The Gossip Daemon Column […]

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Spring

This is an item I wrote for April’s issue of “The Monthly Daemon”. I liked this a lot, even if it has the least to do with Mailer Daemon of anything I have written for the newsletter. Kevin Hines explains…SPRING Spring is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. It begins with the spring […]

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Mailer Daemon Science News

Here is what I wrote for March’s issue of the Monthly Daemon (unedited so its a bit different from the printed version)

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V-Day with MD

Here is the piece I wrote for the February issue of the Monthly Daemon. The Monthly Daemon is a monthly (duh) newsletter that the improv team I am on at the UCB Theaterhands out to promote our shows. The team’s name (for those of you reading that don’t know) is Mailer Daemon. Anyway – I […]

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