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101 ways to say no
1500 taglines for the off- line mail reader SLMR!
1618 taglines for most Offline Mail readers
1950's recipes
2pg Essay on King Lear - Good vs. Evil
360 BC PHAEDO by Plato translated by Benjamin Jowe
370 BC PARMENIDES by Plato translated by Benjamin
380 BC ION by Plato translated by Benjamin Jowett
380 BC LACHES OR COURAGE by Plato translated by Be
380 BC LYSIS, OR FRIENDSHIP by Plato translated by
380 BC MENO by Plato translated by Benjamin Jowett
A Brief History of the Internet - The Bright Side: The Dark Side by Michael Hart with Max Fuller
 A Brief History of the Internet by Michael S. Hart - A Project Gutenberg COPYRIGHTED Etext March, 1995 [Etext #250]
A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens
A Connecticut Yankee, Mark Twain/Clemens, Wiretap
A DEEP poem by Vasoline Phreak called Today that
A Girl of the Limberlost/Gene Stratton Porter #2
A John Carter mars novel by William Burroughs
A Poem about Penises
A Question by redguard
 So, I ask you what you do when you see someone in pain, because I’m trying to find the thread that ties the logic of reality together with the illogic of religion and the social repression of our fears. I’m beginning to think that our inability to grant ease or exhibit understanding to those around us, our general uncomfortability with recognizing fear or pain in the eyes of our neighbors, is a source of serious social ailment in our foundering world...
A Rant about Women
A Small Child by some crazy fool
 A bell rings out over an empty school. Proud masters stride from room to hallway, their long gowns fluttering in the stream of stuffy air caused by rushing boys in short blue coats, hurrying to get to their next lesson before it is too late.
A Stroke... by Michael Mitteer
 A poem about why people need to keep writing...
A Tale of Ragged Mountains by Edgar Allen Poe
A Tale of Two Cities
A Touch of Fiber
A Tour Through the Eastern Counties of England. pu
A Tramp Abroad, by Mark Twain/Samuel Clemens
A True Story About Cops, Drugs, and Friends by timebomb
 The story of a family of meth manufacters somewere in the united states.
A book by an ex- cop, convicted lady- killer, and al
A bunch of people discuss the pros and cons of di
A clever little poem on the 'Net...
A history of Mondo 2000
A interesting story
A joke poem about data loss at the White House
A man alone in the Arabian desert lies beneath a w
A most excellent tale of noises on the roof, in do
A news story about a kid who died while using a co
A poem about a girl and her drug. Another Psychoti
A poem by Data Soongh
A report from down on Gumlog Creek
A report on a poet named Sappho
A running story from Alternative Possibilities BBS
A short hiostory of the Scottish dress
A short story by, yours truly, Fly Boy
A short story for children in which a lucky little
A story by Airwolph based on Dwayne Fergusine's ha
A summer storm
A+ science fair research paper sure to impress the
AP book report on THE INVISIBLE MAN
AUGUSTINE: CONFESSIONS Newly translated and edited
About the Moorish Orthodox Church of America. (An
Absolute Truth by Anonymous
 This is my view on the purpose of life and knowledge itself. I believe this article lays out what I see to be my fundamental feelings in and of themselves.
Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell A Project
Acronym list
Activities of Paranoid Computer Scientists
Actor or Cartoon Character: Who's More Real? by -@OsiriS@-
 A short file that, yes, I actually wrote discussing the difference between cartoon charcters and actors in movies and which one you would believe to be more real.
Adventures and Letters by Richard Harding Davis A
Adventures in the Life of Killa K by Killa K
 The story you are about to read really happened. Names have been changed to nicknames to avoid legal trouble. These stories are as I remember them... That's enough stalling now on with the adventures.
Adventures of Conan the Librarian
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain/Wiretap
Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain/Wiretap
Aesop's Fables
Aesop's Fables (Advantage)
Age Defines Nothing but Bodily Decay by midwake
 Where does sense come in?
Aisle Six
Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, Traditional
Aldous Huxley proves more prescient than Nostrodam
Aldous Huxley: Social Philosopher and Critic by psychedelic sakyamuni
 A college research paper on the social philosophies and criticisms of Brave New World author, Aldous Huxley.
Alexander's Bridge, by Willa Cather [Cather #3]
Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
All about Tom Clancy's style
All about the great word FUCK
Alternative reading list
Ambrose Bierce: The Devil's Dictionary (IW)
American Hand Book of the Daguerreotype by Samuel
American Society of Magazine Photographers guideli
An espionage thriller
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Annabel Lee, a old romantic poem by the famous Edg
Anne of Avonlea, Lucy Maud Montgomery [GG#2]
Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery [GG#1]
Anne of the Island, Lucy Maud Montgomery [GG#3]
Another World; or, The Fourth Dimension by A.T. Schofield
 In this story Schofield builds on the ideas he advanced in Flatland.
Ape Kind by Mike C Seibert
 this is a poem. nothin special.
Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis by Various
Argumentative on paintball [Paper]
Around the World in 80 Days
Ashes to Ashes by Dave Barry
Authority through time [PAPER]
Authors Genie discussions on censorship, homosexua
Autopsy - A Screenwriter's Guide. This is a narrat
BAY ARYAN RESISTANCE - San Francisco constantly struggles with i
Bab: A Sub- Deb by Mary Roberts Rinehart A Project
Back to basics at the Berliner ensemble: Directors
Backgroud info about Cool Darkness
Basics Of Personality by TheSellOut
 A synopsis on the basics of social engineering. Some discussion about advertisement as well as some short descriptions of the most apparent personalities of today.
Be My Baby - a short story
Beauty and The Beast, and Tales From Home by Bayar
Beavis And Butthead Frequently Asked Questions
Before Adam, by Jack London A Project Gutenberg Pu
Beowulf (translated by Gunmere)
Bibliography of Arthurian literature
Big list of celebrity addresses ripped from some .
Binary by Oohoo
 Ones and Zeros...
Biography of George Sand, by Rene Doumic A Project
Black Experience, Norman Coombs
Blank verse in foreign tounges
Blix by Frank Norris A Project Gutenberg Public Do
Blowfish Publications - looking for original, unus
Bookbinding Materials Sources
Books that have been banned in the US
Brecht and Brueghel's _Teatrum Mundi_
Brecht and the British playwright
Brecht en Espanol
Brecht's theory of alienation and the Peking Opera
Bruce Sterling's _The Hacker Crackdown_ - He relea
Bunner Sisters, by Edith Wharton A Project Gutenbe
Butler's Revenge by Chris Heath
 A short little delight about a butler.
CLEVER signs that scare away burglars!
Call Of The Raven by Christian Ward
 Ravens aren't so nice as you think they are...
Can you belive there are names for SHIT! Get this
Cast Upon the Breakers by Horatio Alger A Project
Catalog of paperless books available from Softserv
Catcher in the Rye: An Overrated POS by JesusTookMyBike123
 The title says it all.
Censored books in the USA
Change by potinthebowl
 A poem writen by a depressed teen.
Chapter by Chapter book report on Steinbeck's The
Charlotte Temple, by Susanna Rowson A Project Gute
City of Damaged Men (Warped!)
Civil Disobedience, Henry David Thoreau
Clete & Don's Excellent Adventure by Clete & Don
 Okay, this is the first in a series of text files that we are writing about our excellent adventures while on various drugs. Some of the names may have been changed to protect the innocent, but probably not.
Cliched Teenage Thoughts by Alerick
 Something I wrote while trying to write a history essay that others might find interesting, I hope, but probably not.
Cold Rain by Metal_Demon
 Another life gone on a cold and meaningless night...
Comics as Storytelling [PAPER]
Coming to Terms with Incarceration by LaRosaCubana
 This is a poem I wrote about my brother Diego, he's in prison for a lot of stuff, armed robbery, theft, violating drug probation but the big one they caught him on was murder. When I was 12 he killed some girl that owed him $. He's been in so long it feels like he's dead...
Common sense word problems
Conclusions of a Thinking Man by Creighton Ainsworth
 A thinking man gives his interpretation of the truth about religion.
Conversation As It Was By The Fireside In The Time of the Tudors by Mark Twain
 Yesternight toke her maiste ye queene a fantasie such as she sometimes hath, and hadde to her closet certain that doe write playes, bokes, and such like, these being my lord Bacon, his worship Sr Walter Ralegh, Mr. Ben Jonson, and ye childe Francis Beaumonte, which being but sixteen, hath yet turned his hande to ye doing of ye Lattin masters into our Englishe tong, wh grete discretion and much applaus. Also came wh these ye famous Shaxpur.
Cool Darkness: Chapter 3
Cool Darkness: Chapter 4
Cool Darkness: Chapter 5
Cool Darkness: Chapter 6
Cool Text II
Cracking Cube: Cryptology and Ichnography by Mark Featherstone
 Thus, Kazan exemplifies the figure of the Cryptologist, the body that can decipher the machine's codes and break out of the tomb, the box that keeps its inhabitants trapped in a state of deathly inertia, docile bodies confined by suffocating capital roles.
Cranford by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell A Project G
Cratylus by Plato
 Translated by Benjamin Jowett
Critias by Plato
 He also begat and brought up five pairs of twin male children; and dividing the island of Atlantis into ten portions, he gave to the first-born of the eldest pair his mother's dwelling and the surrounding allotment, which was the largest and best, and made him king over the rest.
Criticism by Edgar Allen Poe
Critters: Rewritten II \ The Hatchlings by: Davi
Critters: Rewritten III \ Escape from the Critter
Critters: Rewritten IV \ Peltzers- Trapped by: Da
Critters: Rewritten V \ The Last Critter by: Dav
Critters: Rewritten \ The Setup by: David Minter
Cursing in Swedish, Lesson 1
Cursing in Swedish, Lesson 2
Cursing in Swedish, Lesson 3
Cursing in Swedish, Lesson 4
Cursing in Swedish, Lesson 6
Cursing in Swedish, Lesson 7
Cybertek Magazine - Pragmatism
DOGGED by James Dean Garside
 First I recognise the door. There is no difference between this door and any of the others set into the dull grey stone building.
Data, the Bulletin Board, and Everything Else by
Dave Barry on apathy
Dead Doll Humility by Kathy Acker
Death date on a BART train
Death for Glory by Morris Thomas
 A poem offering incite into society's reaction to death.
Decay by Sam
 A heavy misty rose from the cobblestone ground, and danced in the atmosphere. Swirls of dust, and light particles put on a dark ballet, for the night. The darkness presented silent screams of torcher, and demise that were so sweetly spoken they blinded the hearing into thinking all was well. Not one sine of life was around. No breaths could be heard with even the most acute of hearing. No child could be found with even the most brilliant private eye. The town was dead, completely and utterly dead. Yet amongst all this non existent life, was one form.
Declaration of Intransigence
Descartes' Meditations by Descartes
 Descartes' Meditations as translated by John Veitch in 1901.
Descartes' Reason Discourse, Rene Descartes
Dictionary of hacker terms
Diddling by Edgar Allen Poe
Difference Between Change and Progress by Michael Mitteer
 Cites the misconceptions of change and progress and attempts to rectify them.
Different ways to kill Santa Claus
Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz by L. Frank Baum A Pr
Dr. Duckworth by -=[Stand Up Jack]=-
 A satire paper touching on psychiatric treatment, sanity vs. insanity, and the idea of being one's self. Note the motif of eyes, as well as the way the three "How do you feel?" exchanges evolve. Written as a paper for an english class, this satire is based on a true story.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde #2 Robert Louis Stevenson
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson
Dr. Strangelove at UCSC
Dracula by Bram Stoker A Project Gutenberg Public
Dreamland, a poem by Edgar Allen Poe
Drugs by P.K.
 A little story of what drugs can do to you
ESSAYS by Michel de Montaigne; translated by Charl
Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee (my personal favor
Edingburgh Picturesque Notes by Robert Louis Steve
Eothen by A. W. Kinglake A Project Gutenberg Publi
Essay on Humanity by Thought
 This is an essay discussing my philosophy on human love, corruption, evil and hatred; and what it means to be a human.
Essay on Midsummer Night's Dream
Essay: Death of a Salesman by Sol463
 Is Willie Loman a hero?
Essay: Suddenly Last Summer by Sol463
 Hmm, Sebastian seems oddly simmilar to Tennessee Williams...
Essay: The Exorcist by Sol463
 Is The Exorcist the scariest movie of all time?
Estimated IQs of historical figures
Evening Star By Edgar Allen Poe
Ever wonder what goes on in the mind of a mentaly
Everything you ever wanted to know about Vampires
Evil Moon Ferrets by Behold
 There are evil ferrets on the moon! Run for your life! Run Run Run Rabbit Oops pineapple!
Excerpts From McKenna's Archaic Revival
Excerpts from the BLADE BARRIER Book #3 (cDc)
FAQ about bikes and bi- cycling
FAX #'s of major newspapers
Fables by Robert Louis Stevenson A Project Gutenbe
Fake Freedom by Bo Nuanual
 A little story of how I discovered I can't express my feelings.
Fanny Herself by Edna Ferber A Project Gutenberg P
Fantastic Fables by Ambrose Bierce A Project Guten
Far From the Madding Crowd
Fate? by Curtwell(M0rt)
 Fate. The idea that everything is pre-determined. A theory stating everything is happening exactly the way it should be happening. Real or not?
Fictional story about hackers & the IRS
Find out how pure you are (or aren't)
First Book of Adam and Eve by Rutherford Platt A P
Flatland by Abott
Flower Fables by Louisa May Alcott A Project Guten
For Annie, by Edgar Allen Poe
Frances Waldeaux, by Rebecca Harding Davis A Proje
Fuck by Tim A. Scrotum
 A long rant about some troubled individual.
Full Circle: Dynasty of the Ying-Yang: or, Caffeine Dreams by Chen Zhu
 A white room, two strange characters, and insane occurances. What does it all mean?
G. K. Chesterton: The Man Who Was Thursday; a fant
GESTUS: The electronic journal of Bertolt Brechian
Genie clients discuss Genie censorship of book tit
Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales
Getting rid of junk mail
Global domination update [cDc]
Golfing With Human Remains (poetry?)
Grammatically Correct by stormybaka
 Everyday we use grammar, when we send an email, post in a thread or write in a manifesto or journal. The basic rules of grammar are amiss and seem to be replaced with abbrev. like ppl and lol and things like ha>
Gremlins 2: Rewritten II \ The Legacy of Billy Pe
Gremlins 2: Rewritten III \ Here They Grow Again
Gremlins 2: Rewritten IV \ No More Mister Nice Gu
Gremlins 2: Rewritten V \ Revelations by: David
Gremlins 2: Rewritten \ Movin' On Up To the East
Handy Latin phrases (funny!)
Happy Father's Day! by David Minter. (MegaMan)
Heart of The Dark Jewel Sutra by Enkai Kuriosh (Unkai Doken)
 The dog is camp and the roof is burning. There are no ways to out, no doubt. I say these words but do you hear? I say do you do not hear the rosy streak of good cheer and things of past film spool wind? The restriction lips pull back from yellow teeth bared for all to see. A gritty hiss of hostility escapes my lips. There they had him up against the wall. I can point out the blood stains on the brick. Brown on brown stain to mark the spot. There were always sirens in those days. We lived in fear, like a haze across the sky. They tracked him here. He was moving like a virus across the country unfolding darkness and insanity. Waves of psychoses spread behind him like a wake like the procession of a funeral. Some people think he had some disease that caused people to go insane. -Enkai Kuriosh (Unkai Doken)
Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad A Project Gute
Helen of Troy And Other Poems by Sara Teasdale A P
Hell Fer Sartain & Other Stories by John Fox, Jr.
Heretics, by G. K. Chesterton
Herland (for Mother's Day)
Hesiod, The Homeric Hymns, and Homerica from Pro
Homophobia: Why Straights Hate Fags
House of the Seven Gables, Nathaniel Hawthorne
How David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty v
How To Tell Stories To Children And Some Stories T
How To Tell Stories To Children And Some Stories T
How to Copywrite Sometimes
How to Eat a Bag of Chips by mandarinorange
 A helpful guide on mastering the art of chip eating.
How to Write Good Files
How to Write a Fan Letter by tsunami
 You admired from afar, going fap fap fap a while now... Time to send a letter of appreciation for the mass of masturbation granted. Let your favorite celebrity know how much you enjoy and appreciate his or her *ahem* work.
How to care for your new tattoo
How to live like you were on a sub
How to make Mini-Burgers by z.NEoCiDE
 I've heard them called Mini-burgers, Gut gernades, White Castle burgers, Happy Meal burgers, and many other names, but who cares? Becuase these little things are truely amazing.
Hunter S. Thompson defense fund
Hypnosian Fantasia by Sephiroth
 Has Sleep ever avoided you? Have you ever found yourself lying on your back, waiting for Sleep and she just isn't coming? Worry no more! Read this sample of my experience, apply its wisdom and sleep will come for you every time you slip between the sheets!
I Don't Believe You Anymore by Hit1Hard
 I don't believe your myths, your stories or your state imposed justice! I don't believe in political correctness! I don't believe in killing for civilization! I don't believe in a better religion!
I Wish I Was Crazy by The Blue Spirit
 The story of a woman thought to be crazy. Perhaps she is. perhaps she's not.
I Wish I Was a Dog by Synthetic Darkness
 The only problem that has and will ever plague mankind.
I am nothing by Vidimidi
 I am nothing. Actually, I am something but compared to other things I am nothing. I am but one person in this world. A grain of sand on a beach stretching out for miles.Is my survival on this planet all that important? Is the survival of our planet in the Universe all that essential?
I want to be a bee
INTERNATIONAL SWEARING - have you ever gone to ano
If you have ever attend an MUN you will understand
If your OS was an automobile
Igneus Mors by PrismaticThought
 Rage filled me as I realised how far they had pushed me, how they had nearly won. With this revelation in mind I knew the tables had turned for it would be I who would now do the pushing. - A product of insanity.
Im Everything I Hate? by The Grim Reaper
 My brain's storming ... Constantly looking for something what the hell I'm i supposed to do with my life ? Why do I hate almost everything ?
Immortality by William Burroughs
In Praise of Idleness - An anti- work essay by Ber
In the Dusk of Time by Martin "Eudoxus" Hlavacek
 What was left was a mere shadow of a former existence in which happiness grew and blossomed.
Integral Dutch Course by Van Garrett
 The rules for the pronunciation of Dutch are very consistent and easy to learn. Pronunciation is a distinctive and therefore essential component of a language. It is in the interest of the student's progress that the following character- istic sounds of Dutch be learned thoroughly. For pronunciation, more than any other element of the language, the rule that practice makes perfect holds true. The following sounds are different or unknown in English but quite common in Dutch.
Interpretaionz ov 'Green Eggz and Ham' by krackbab
Interview/Sketch of William Burroughs
Irwin Schiff - biography of the author of many ant
Is There A Santa? Read this to find out...
It could have worked [Fiction]
Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott
James Joyce and the Pre- History of CyberSpace
Jargon- File 3.0.0 (Hacker's Dictionary), ASCII
John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address
Jules Verne - 20,000 leagues
Jungle Tales of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Junk Culture dictionary of argot
Kill the Easter bunny
Killer Fiction: books by murderers
LEAVES OF GRASS by Walt Whitman. A beautiful colle
Lenore(poem) by Edgar Allen Poe
Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo [in English]
Lewis Carroll parody of Hiawatha
Liaison Magazine Article Solicitation
Life Is Not A Struggle But A Blessing by Adeel Ansari
 It a poem, about life
Life's a Cigarette by Alex Franklin
 If you have ever smoked (I hope you don't), you know the best part of the cigarette is the last part. The last forty or so seconds , where those last desperate drags suck up into oblivion and the air becomes winter thin in your throat, and the last embers finally fall out and extinguish themselves in the most secretive of ways. No final blaze, just a slow burn. That's what life is like really.
List of 800 numbers for all sorts of services
List of Cool Stuff
List of Offensive Words That Should be Avoided
List of Tattoo shops
List of alternative books to read
List of books on Tattoos and Tattooing
List of books written by Asian- American authors
List of bookstores in European cities
List of bookstores in NYC
List of bookstores in San Francisco
List of bookstores in the Eastern US
List of bookstores in the North
List of over 1,000 Warner Bros. Cartoons
List of quotes on different subjects beginning wit
Living in a collective
Living on the Spillage
Loglan - an artificial spoken language
Longhairs Don't Belong in Eugene... by E. L. Wright
 People are strange, when you're a stranger. Faces look ugly, when you're alone.
Loompanics Off- the- beaten- path Book Catalog
Love and Hate [PAPER]
Loz's adventure to the store to Get Batteries by Loz
 Loz battles his way to his local convenience store to get some batteries. Unfortunately he gets hounded by vietnamese soldiers.
Man and Instincts [Paper]
Man's Quest for Knowledge [PAPER]
Maria or the Wrongs of Woman, Mary Wollstonecraft
McGonagall- World's worst poet?
Medical Staff Slang
Mescaline Sky by Robert Abrams
 Satire about a young man on a drug-induced journey
Metroid: Rewritten II \ Answer by David Minter.
Metroid: Rewritten \ A Call for Help by David Mi
Michael Foucalt's relativist stance
Microserfs: Seven Days in the Life of Young Microsoft by Douglas Coupland
 Bill is wise. Bill is kind. Bill is benevolent. Bill, Be My Friend... Please! Seven Days in the Life of Young Microsoft. Maybe the search for the next great compelling application is really the search for human identity. [Wired]
Middlemarch by George Eliot A Project Gutenberg Pu
Mighty Mutant Sewer Phreaks at Beyond Hope - Part
Mighty Mutant Sewer Phreaks at Beyond Hope - Part
Mighty Mutant Sewer Phreaks at Beyond Hope - Part
Mighty Mutant Sewer Phreaks at Beyond Hope - Part
Mighty Mutant Sewer Phreaks at Beyond Hope - Part
Mighty Mutant Sewer Phreaks at Beyond Hope - Part
Moby Dick (From OBI) (Moby Dick is missing Chapter
Modern Day Acronyms
Mom's White Dresser by Donald Hoxter
 This is a email letter to my 17 year old youngest daughter. My wife died when all three girls were young, from cancer. This one doesn't really have any memories of her own mother, other than what me and her sisters have told her. Also, my life is out of the ordinary.
Moonlit Misfet by RotTEn rANciD f@n
 A poem shore to get a girl in bed.
Moorish Weather Report, by Hakim Bey. From Mad Far
More info on the Softserv Concept (paperless books
More on Bertold Brecht
More quotes from famous people
My Break Up by Hells Hero24
 I wrote this after my best friend/secret crush broke up with me. If you are having a bad time this will probably make you feel worse.
My Dad Killed My Dog by Brad
 My dad had my dog of 7 years put down just so his girlfriend's dog can have the backyard when she moves in soon.
My Senior English Term Paper by Dale "The Man" Swanson
 This is the real term paper I turned in my senior year of high school, only the names have been changed to protect the inocent. I thought it was funny so did the teacher and many kids I don't know. I got a 70 on it, I was psyched.
My Visionary Revolution by The Hax0rcist
 The world, religion, people, life, and even the controversy over how we came into existence remains a mystery.
Night of the Living Dead: Rewritten II \ Guess Wh
Night of the Living Dead: Rewritten III \ From He
Night of the Living Dead: Rewritten IV \ Billy Go
Night of the Living Dead: Rewritten V \ Dawn of t
Night of the Living Dead: Rewritten \ Something D
No Heart So Simple... No Mind So Complicated... by Mitch Wyatt
 There’s a feeling of emptiness in my head, a thought in the back of my mind, elusive because I cannot identify and hold onto this thought, but it’s very real, I can feel it. It drove me to seek out the abstract in life, and is the reason a simple piece of text changed my life forever.
Noctem by Faber
  She sobbed silently in the darkness for what seemed like hours. If sleep came, it was filled with the same darkness and grief that the waking world was in, and she could not tell the difference.
Non- verbal communication
Northanger Abbey, by Jane Austen [Austen #2]
Not a cow story
Notes from Zahara de Los Atunes. by Doctor Beard
 Bad vibes in the supermercado. Godzilla in Gibraltar, burger bars and English tequila freaks.
Now you know Jack Schitt!
Now, Boy by Publius135
 This is a poem that I wrote during a 2-day suspension from school. I was confined to a one room apartment with only a typewriter to entertain me, so I wrote this.
Nursing Profession Hell by Lance Murray
 Don't become a nurse. Why should nurses need to or have to resort to unions to keep their sanity and to reduce their workload? People die when staffing is cut and hospital profits increase in response. I'm tired and disgusted with my "profession" and I want out.
Nymph's wedding (a story)
O Pioneers! Willa Cather
O Pioneers! Willa Cather
Official Dictionary of Hacker jargon
Oldenburg information: Oldenburg can be found in t
On The Moral Aspects of Stupidity by f4113n
 A brief and contrived examination of stupidity in regard to the judeo-christian system of punitive theology
Orthodoxy, by G. K. Chesterton
Our Dark King by Sarah Clapp
 A poem about our Dark King, Satan himself, and his servants.
Overview of advantages of paperless books
Oxymorons and other wierdness
P.E. (Pointless Education): Just one logical argum
Painful Situations in Pleasurable Places by neonpunch
 A poem about longing.
Paper on Castro
Paradise Lost
Paradise Lost (Raben), by John Milton
Paradise Lost [Raben] [originally in all CAPS]
Paradise Regained, John Milton
Paranoid media scrutinization #1
Paul Revere's Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Personality test from the Detroit Free Press
Persuasion, by Jane Austen
Per?ceive: To Achieve Understanding Of by kept silence
 if only to come to an understanding, then move on. for you to read, im through with these thoughts.
Peter Pan (Please do not download Peter Pan outsid
Plato: Crito (IW)
Playboy's Top 40 party schools
Please God, I'm only 17...
Poem: An Irish Airman Foresees His Death by Will
Politics and the English Language by George Orwell
 Political language -- and with variations this is true of all political parties, from Conservatives to Anarchists -- is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.
Publication Catalog For The Center For World Indig
Quotable Quotes from Reader's Digest
Quotes about things beginning with B
Quotes about things beginning with C
Quotes from Twin Peaks
Quotes from famous people
Quotes from famous people - Part 0
Quotes from famous people - Part 1
Quotes from famous people - Part 2
Quotes from famous people - Part 3
ROOM 101 by Justin Gorman. The story of the quickl
Racist love - part 1
Racist love - part 2
Radio by Gerardo Montes AKA Scartissue
 I was brutally shaken out of my thoughts by a thunder to find myself sitting on the edge of my bed, all covered in sweat. I realized that I had been caught off guard by the thunder in such a manner that my heart moved its dwellings to my throat and the hair on the back of my head had risen up. My mind began to wander again, in a state of relaxed ecstasy, resting, sleeping.... Again!
Rainy Night by anarchy476
 A journey into the depressing and destructive mind of an adolescent boy and his painful quest.
Ramblings underlining the basic phillosophies of M
Rant about Japan
Rappaccini's Daugher by Nathaniel Hawthorne
 Rappaccini's Daugher is about Beatrice a scientific experiment who is poisonious to the touch, a man named Giovanni falls in love with her and has a deadly out come. Excellent story from 1844.
Reading for Pleasure #15 - good guide to reading m
Reality Or Fantasy? by Tanya King
 How can we seperate reality from fantasy in our everyday lives?
Red Badge of Courage, Stephen Crane
Reflection by Telu Mehtar
 Colours passing by, touching gentle your liquid skin, leading you to closed doors that wait to be opened from unknown warriors or shamans or maybe from you???
Regional theater and Brecht
Remember the Alamo by Amelia E. Barr A Project Gut
Rememberance by A Toltecan Prince
 The epitaph or whimsical words of a Toltecan Prince.
Renegade Cows [cDc]
Report on Michael O'Hare (Sinclair) at the Big E C
Resentment Against Achievement: synopsis
Return of the Living Dead: Rewritten II \ A Unite
Return of the Living Dead: Rewritten III \ THEY'R
Return of the Living Dead: Rewritten IV \ Invasio
Return of the Living Dead: Rewritten V \ A Farewe
Return of the Living Dead: Rewritten \ Old Friend
Return of the Native, by Thomas Hardy [Hardy #3]
Reverse Speech 1
Reverse Speech 2
Robert Louis Stevenson: A Child's Garden of Verses
Roget's Thesaurus
Romeo & Juliet
Rules for Successful Writing
 Rules for successful writing
Rural Hell [cDc]
Russian Poem A Thought, by Mikhail Yuryevich Ler
Sabotage/mystery I wrote for English class. Go ahe
Samuel_Dies by Malone27
 It's the adolescence talking.
Saving the Trees by Robert Eggleton
 Outdated practices of the publishing industry are not environmentally friendly and restrict the marketplace.
Scenes from a Street Corner [STORY]
Script to Pulp Fiction
Script to Pulp Fiction; Part 1
Searching your family tree
Seasame Street Possession [cDc]
Secrets of life by n0mean1ng2lif3
 Me and my friends started thinking to hard one night (we weren't on any drugs) and this is the document we typed out.
Senora Carrar's Rifles
Sex, Death, and Insanity
Sexual Abuse Recount and Opinion by John Tate
 I am not confortable with publishing this at all. I wrote it not long ago and I hope you can learn somthing from it.I am publishing this because I feel the main problem is that things like this are usually kept in the dark, or are surrounded in psychobabble and things the average person would not understand.
Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (PG)
She Tackled Breslin: Mary Ji- Yeon Yuh vs. the Real
Slang words that hospitals use, some are funny
Slasher book bibliography
Slug Head by Fred Fagbag
 I don't like paragraphs. So I don't use them. If you want paragraphs then find yourself a copy of Reader's Digest. I don't like punctuation much either so if you don't like mine go fuck yourself.
So Long and Thanks for all the Files! by David M
SoftServ online chat: The New Literacies! Topic
Softserv online chat with Victor Koman
Some interesting facts about the movie Last Tempt
Some names to think about for aliases
Some popular cuss words/phrases in Spanish
Something Crawling by Slasher_13
 A tale of axe murderers, a scared little kid, and how sometimes things aren't at all how they may seem. genre:horror/suspence
Song of the Lark, Willa Cather [Cather #2]
Sophocles' Oedipus Trilogy
Sources of art by mail
Splicer's film's synopsis for Dex Riley
 I hate to run over animals, and I really hate it on a motorcycle, but a squirrel should pose no danger to me. I barely had time to brace for the impact.
Star Wars: Rewritten II \ This Island Earth by:
Star Wars: Rewritten III \ The Empire Strikes Bac
Star Wars: Rewritten IV \ A New Hope by: David M
Star Wars: Rewritten V \ Return of the Jedi by:
Star Wars: Rewritten \ A Universe Divided by: Da
Story about a horny payfone
Subconcious Instructions by C. Rodger
 A poem-cum-rap i wrote on a stoned grey day in english class.
Sum Total by Fred Fagbag
Sun Tzu on The Art of War, by Lionel Giles (trans,
Sun Tzu's THE ART OF WAR, with commentary; venerab
Sundown at Coffin Rock by Raymond K. Paden
 A fictional story about radical gun prohibition.
Suppressed Through the Looking Glass Chapter - A
Synonyms for different sexual words
THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV by Fyodor Mikhailovich Dost
Table of American and British slang
Tarzan of the Apes, Edgar Rice Burroughs[Tarzan#1]
Tarzan, Jewels of Opar, Burroughs [Tarzan #5]
Terminal Compromise by Winn Shwartau
Termpaper of 1921 USSR mutiny
Tess of the d'Urbervilles, Thomas Hardy [Hardy2]
Text about Sesame Street
Text from 'The Princess Bride'
Text from a fuck- you forum on a bbs
The "WHY ARE YOU HERE?" Syndrome by Hussein El Said
 It's a description of a syndrome i discovered, its the feeling you get when you enter the premises of school (when your testicles retract into your pelvis) its this awful feeling you get. Quite a unique feeling and AN AMAZING PIECE OF WRITING. "this syndrome was discovered by Hussein El Said undergraduate pharmacy student at the German University in Cairo Egypt (me).
The $30,000 Bequest, by Mark Twain (Sanuel Clemens
The 4 Moons of Death
The Adventures of Harris the Airport Luggage Trolley by Loz
 Harris the airport luggage trolley has got a new user.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
The American, by Henry James A Project Gutenberg E
The Annotated Pratchett File, v7a.5 by Leo Breebaart
The Antigravity Underground by Clive Thompson
 It's time for liftoff, so I pull on my thick, elbow-length rubber gloves and put the fire extinguisher within reach.
The Arabian Nights Entertainments Part II; Etext b
The Arabian Nights, by Andrew Lang
The Art of War by Sun Tzu
 Sun Tzu's classic text on strategy and tactics.
The Artaud Teaser by Antonin Artaud
 Antonin Artaud was a French surrealist poet and philosopher. He worked extensively in experimental theater and in the pioneering of the French film industry. He is considered to be the "Grandaddy of Psychadelia" for his exploits with peyote in Mexico in the 30's. His writing defines the consciousness of that which straddles the line between genius and madness.
The Augsburg Confession by Philip Melanchthon, 149
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (PG)
The Aztecs [PAPER]
The Beasts of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Beckoning by Slasher_13
 Dark fiction about a gateway to hell.
The Bed We Lie In by Christina Leigh Pritchard
 A story telling what could happen when you go too far. Dedicated to my friend who has had a tramatic experience.
The Beer Mystic's Last Day on the Planet
The Blue lagoon: A Romance by H. de Vere Stacpoole
The Book of Pleasure - The Psychology of Ecstacy,
The Brecht- Lukacs disagreement (Marxist philosophy
The Burial of the Guns by Thomas Nelson Page A Pro
The Certain Hour by James Branch Cabell A Project
The Chains That Bind by Chryses
 Always fully aware of my surroundings, ever-conscious and, ever watching. I have sat back, enjoyed the free show as people come and go, as my mom shows my little brother how to do his homework, the poor man on the street - even on the street being thrown from it.
The Children of the Night, by Edwin Arlington Robi
The City by The Sea by Edgar Allen Poe
The Colloquy by Edgar Allen Poe
The Conquerer Worm, short poem by Edgar Allen Poe
The Conversation by Edgar Allen Poe
The Damnation of Theron Ware By Harold Frederic A
The Deuterocanonical Books of the Bible, known as
The Doctrine of the Mean by Confucius
 What Heaven has conferred is called The Nature; an accordance with this nature is called The Path of duty; the regulation of this path is called Instruction.
The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley
 It was in 1886 that the German pharmacologist, Louis Lewin, published the first systematic study of the cactus, to which his own name was subse quently given. Anhalonium lewinii was new to science. To primitive religion and the Indians of Mexico and the American Southwest it was a friend of immemorially long standing. Indeed, it was much more than a friend. In the words of one of the early Spanish visitors to the New World, "they eat a root which they call peyote, and which they venerate as though it were a deity."
The Dream - A Story
The Electronic Revolution by William S. Burroughs
The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe
The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe
The First Adventures Of IDI by Assorted Malcontents
 The first IDI Adventure - A runny story
The First Chapter by gh05t
 A Professor begins a journey through life, as you don't know it.
The Flirt by Booth Tarkington A Project Gutenberg
The Gift of the Magi, by O. Henry
The Gift- By The Velvet Underground
The Golden Age by Kenneth Grahame A Project Gutenb
The Great God Pan by Arthur Machen A Project Guten
The Hacker's Manifesto. GREAT! READ!
The Haunted Bookshop by Christopher Morley A Proje
The Haunted Hotel By Wilkie Collins A Project Gute
The Hell Machine
The History and Practice of the Art of Photography
The Hitch- Hiker's Guide to PC Universe by: David
The Holy War by John Bunyan A Project Gutenberg Pu
The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll
The Improper Use of the Noun "Hippy" by Deviance
 Why being called a hippy is confusing and wrong
The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer A Projec
The Interstellar Times - Secrets
The Jolly One - Santa! (cDc)
The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair A Project Gutenberg
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving
The Lie The World Sold Me by Unknown?
 Sort of an Attack by an outcast on Society.
The Lifetime Hypnosis by John Paul Camara
 This is a story about the power of Lifetime: Television for women...and the unfortunate passerby...
The Linux
 Someone has taken the entire text of Dr. Seuss's 'The Lorax' and re-written it as 'The Linux'. Very funny, even funnier if you know the original, hope you enjoy this as much as me.
The Logic of the Virtual Commons
The Lorax by Dr. Suess
 Dr. Seuss' The Lorax is a parable about the effects of our disregard for trees and the environment as a whole.
The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle Etext by Proj
The Magic Dust by CD
 What I saw
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1995, Etext Antho
The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy A Projec
The Merits of Stereotypes by Sam Vaknin
 Do stereotypes usefully represent real knowledge or merely reflect counter-productive prejudice?
The Need for Objective Methods in the Search for E
The Octagon by Arun James Dahya
 Some things you might not have known about the Octagon.
The P/A's guide to living in the UCB dorms
The Pattern by Mojo Hojo
 A few months ago I watched some random things happen and thought about how they are related which got me thinking. This is my pattern theory and the billard effect I noticed.
The Philosopher's Perception by Anarchy476
 So, what do you you do when you get writer's block? Ha, you write!
The Physkotic'z Manifesto by The Physkotic
 Come into my realm enter my domain. Your "perfect" socity has tried to mold me but I refused to conform to it.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde A Projec
The Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan
The Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan A Project G
The Poison Belt by A. Conan Doyle [Challenger #1]
The Prince by Nicolo Machiavelli
 Men are still the dupes of their simplicity and greed, as they were in the days of Alexander VI. The cloak of religion still conceals the vices which Machiavelli laid bare in the character of Ferdinand of Aragon. Men will not look at things as they really are, but as they wish them to be--and are ruined. In politics there are no perfectly safe courses; prudence consists in choosing the least dangerous ones.
The Prisoner of Zenda, by Anthony Hope
The Prophecy of Cow [cDc]
The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe 1845
The Return of Sherlock Holmes, by A. Conan Doyle
The Return of Tarzan by Burroughs
The Revised Ten Commandments of Vengence by Vicious
 I read a while back on here a article titled: The Ten Commandments of Revenge,or something to that degree, thought I would add a revised version.
The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Scarlet Pimpernel, Baroness Emmuska Orczy
The Serpent by DilatoryDevil
 I was given an assignment to write from the point of view of the serpent from Genesis. When I finally finished it, I realized I had completed almost none of the criteria. Rather than throw it away, I decided that someone out there might find it interesting.
The Shiloh Material: Real letters that a wacko wro
The Sleeper, by Edgar Allen Poe
The Smile Manager - humorous horror story concer
The Social Organization of the Computer Underground by Gordon R. Meyer
 This paper examines the social organization of the "computer underground" (CU). The CU is composed of actors in three roles, "computer hackers," "phone phreaks," and "software pirates." These roles have frequently been ignored or confused in media and other accounts of CU activity. By utilizing a data set culled from CU channels of communication this paper provides an ethnographic account of computer underground organization. It is concluded that despite the widespread social network of the computer underground, it is organized primarily on the level of colleagues, with only small groups approaching peer relationships.
The Son of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Song of Hiawatha
The Song of the Cow [cDc]
The Tell- Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe
The Terminator: Rewritten II \ The Raising of Laz
The Terminator: Rewritten III \ Children of the D
The Terminator: Rewritten IV \ Double Edged Sword
The Terminator: Rewritten V \ Judgment Day by Da
The Terminator: Rewritten \ Dry Run by David Min
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson, Mark Twain/Cleme
The Valley, a poem by Edgar Allen Poe
The Voyage Out, by Virginia Woolf A Project Gutenb
The Writings of Eric Harris by Eric Harris
 Writings from the web site of Columbine High gunman Eric Harris.
The basics of being a peeping tom
The boy who honored his parents
The entire Kama Sutra
The myth of the Model Minority (discrimination a
The queen is dead [cDc]
The tale of Bob the Ogre and his enchanted club
There is also this attraction to blood. When you'
Thirty- seven dramatic situations
This is Rezanov by Gertrude Atherton, a project Gu
This is a text file on how to perform nasal sex: l
This is the intro and the first bit of a section o
Thoughts on roadside stands
Three Elephant Power, by Andrew Barton `Banjo' Pat
Through A Crimson Glass. Welcome to a new story I'
Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
Time Killers
Time and Mind
To Shake Off Mortal Coils
 An argument for suicide... Originally someone's suicide note.
Tokolosh's day SUCKED by Tokolosh
 I woke up and as I said, I had a feeling that the day would SUCK!! I got up, opened the curtains and looked at the rain stumbling down and the dark sky taking over.
Tom Sawyer Abroad, Mark Twain/Clemens/Wiretap
Tom Sawyer Detective, Mark Twain/Clemens/Wiretap
Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain
Tommaso Campanella: The City of the Sun (IW)
Translated excerpts from the Kama Sutra, the ancie
Travelogue on Thailand trip w/accounting
Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Trip Biznatch by Joyce Ruiz
 straw mary candi osa kermi all clues to enter my wonderful wonderful world of drug trip.....i took umm...........umm.....i took......fuck i forgot! it's okay i dont need to remember cause i'm cool like that!
Trucks Will Rule the World by Smokey the Bear
 Over the last few months I have been slowly growing to realize the horrible truth behind who runs this world: the Trucks do. Keep reading to find out the shocking reality behind who owns your mind. The evidence has been carefully assembled into the following case, which soon shall be presented before the Supreme Court.
True story of a hospital room with an 100% occupan
True tale of female private eye
Truth by psYchodd
 A poem
Truth and Lies by TheSell-0ut
 Half-minded ramblings from a pseudo-intellectual on truth and lies.
Twenty Five Ways to Supress Truth
 Regardless of what you know, don't discuss it -- especially if you are a public figure, news anchor, etc. If it's not reported, it didn't happen, and you never have to deal with the issues.
Twists, Slugs and Roscoes: A Glossary of Hardboil
Ultima 7 - Consector by PrismaticThought
 I arose, my body stiff from sleep, my mind searching, ever searching for answers held within the fragile bonds of dreams which quickly fade with conscious thought. "What does it all mean"? I agonised, silently praying that my query would be answered sooner, rather then later... Or not at all. - A small part of a novel I have yet to complete
Vampire story
Violists by Richard McGowan
 A Project Gutenberg Text
Virgil: The Aeneid (translated by John Dryden) (I
Water Me by Jay Molotov.
 Paper, about rain, and memories.. you know?
We Always Die From Our Vices by Nathan Urquhart
 All about the troubles of life, and those who are out to get you, all in 3 short sentences, well 2 short sentences, and another one in the middle to fill in the gaps and tie up any loose ends.
Weird Trivia from Around the World
What Is Man? Mark Twain [Samuel L. Clemens]
What is Future Culture? by Andy Hawks
 A Manifesto on the Here-and-Now Technocultural [R]evolution
What is The Matrix? by Sean Stubblefield
 Exposition on the symbology of The Matrix film as it relates to the real world.
What is Thee Temple of Psycick Youth (TOPY). Good
What should you READ?
What to wear when picking up girls
What's your aging I.Q.? - National Institute of He
Where There's A Will by Mary Roberts Rinehart A Pr
Why you should be a software courier
William James: Essays in Radical Empiricism (IW)
William Shakespeare's short comedy play Much Ado
Words you can spell with numbers on a calculator o
Worldly Ways and Byways by Eliot Gregory A Project
Wrestler's real names
Yasmine the Wise and Clever by Norman A. Rubin
 The story of a lovely who was wise and clever in riddles and who beat a king in an Oriental land who was wise and clever in wits and riddles.
Yet More Scholastic Censorship by Baron Samhedi
 I originally wrote this as an assignment for a speech class at my university, but I was not allowed to use it because it "would upset the students". I post it here, unedited.
You Are Sleeping
 Cold creatures of the Insect Planet invade our sacred 7-11's
Your favorite color is the key to your sexual life
Yummy recipes for the tummy
_The Portrait of a Lady_ by Henry James. First pub
a word about silence by cypher thorngood
 Something I think about when I need to slow down.
sci.classics FAQ, rev. 1.20
sympathy stains
 A short little poem written by a sad little loser with a flabby little heart, God bless him.
vANNA's collected mail from Just Say Yes BBS
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