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    Letters

    Mark Boal's article["FBI's Shutter Speed" (Machine Age, November 30) generated an unusual amount of mail. Boal's piece recounted how pressure from the FBI prompted filmmaker Mike Zieper's Internet service provider to drop his Web site after Zieper (u...

    on December 21, 1999
  • Quantum Leap - Dr. Randell Mills says he can change the face of physics.  The Scientfic Establishment thinks he's nuts.

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    Quantum Leap - Dr. Randell Mills says he can change the face of physics. The Scientfic Establishment thinks he's nuts.

    Times are tough on Robert Mills Sr.'s 91-acre grain farm in Chester County, Pennsylvania. "This year is very, very bad," he confides. "I'm glad the kids got out." His eldest, Robert Jr., has a water well drilling business, his daughter Raeleen is a...

    by Erik Baard on December 21, 1999
  • The Very Best Christmas Gift - A Song for Each Kid in Great Pain

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    The Very Best Christmas Gift - A Song for Each Kid in Great Pain

    One girl sings her song with me while she's having spinal taps done. Other children use their songs [written and performed for each one individually] to relax without sedatives. It enhances their confidence and self-esteem. No matter how sick these c...

    by Nat Hentoff on December 21, 1999
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    Hot Potato Sex!

    One potato, two potato, three potato (gettin' excited?), four; five potato, six potato (yes!), seven potato, more. I love potatoes in all their forms: salt and vinegar chips; garlic mashed; baked with melted butter; fresh herb-dusted baby potatoes; C...

    by Tristan Taormino on December 21, 1999
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    Left Holding a Bag

    WHAT I'M THINKING If shopping is the one religion we Long Islanders all share, then December must be Holy Month. The Internet is a decent alternative for the mall-phobic among us, but sooner or later, you're going to find yourself in one. My wife mak...

    by Ron M. Beigel on December 21, 1999
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    A Trip Down The Scary AMAZON.COM

    Flogging toys online can be a dizzying experience when you work for Amazon.com. For a few humble contract laborers in Seattle, Christmas came early this year. That's because Seattle-based Amazon.com decided to start selling toys. On July 13, the comp...

    by Mark Fefer on December 21, 1999
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    Pride and Prejudice

    Nationally infamous Holocaust denier Bradley R. Smith has found another Long Island newspaper willing to publish his views: the student-run Stony Brook Press. In its Dec. 8 edition, the college paper ran a half-page advertisement in which Smith att...

    by Laura Conaway on December 21, 1999
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    The New Bootleggers

    By the time the knife went into record exec Lance "Un" Rivera last week, bootleg copies of Jay-Z's latest CD, Vol. 3 The Life and Times of Shawn Carter, were all over the citysplayed out on those folding tables manned by guys hawking blankets full o...

    by Stacy Albin on December 21, 1999
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    Road Kill

    The dead boy lies among the folds of blue satin in the box at one end of the room. His long reddish hair and clipped goatee are framed by handwritten notes of farewell, two packs of Marlboros and a can of Mountain Dew. Will Zimmardi, not yet 18, ha...

    by Laura Conaway on December 21, 1999
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    Your Show of Shows

    Christmas comes early--at least for this reviewer--with a pair of highly audacious, hugely enjoyable, exceptionally well-written, brilliantly edited and exuberantly actor-driven extravaganzas. Mike Leigh's Topsy-Turvy is the year's least likely, most...

    by J. Hoberman on December 21, 1999
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    Seoritas' Choice

    Marc Anthony is cool, badthe kind of guy you hang out with. Enrique Iglesias comes off as intensethe type of guy you sleep with. And Ricky Martin, well, he's just too good to be true; there's no chance of getting with him. Those are the keen observ...

    by Grace Bastidas on December 21, 1999
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    From India, With Love

    Among the many things that Simeran has given up for loveor for just the prospect of loveare several centuries of Sikh tradition, handpicked men to date and a room in her family's home. An Anglo-Indian immigrant as a toddler, she's now, at age 19, a...

    by Stacy Albin on December 21, 1999
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    Now They tell Us

    A confirmed case of canine leptospirosis, a serious disease that can be transmitted from animals to humans, has closed two southeastern Nassau dog runs and left residents wondering about the county's underwhelming effort to notify them. The dog ru...

    by Karen J. Bannan on December 21, 1999
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    Sonny Cheeba Rocks the World Blackout Topaz Records Not often does an artist present a new genre. Try this one: blaxploitation electronica. From the groovy cover painting to the hopping beats and wah-wah guitars, Cheeba plays it hard like Shaft...

    on December 21, 1999
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    Minor infractions Regarding Bill Jensen's cover story on Steve Simmons and Sam Manzie [A man among boys, Dec. 9]: Simmons' last line, "I stayed with him from the beginning to the end," should be true. I feel that he should be convicted of crimi...

    on December 21, 1999
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    Letters

    Angela's Clashes Peter Noel's important article " Mumia's Last Stand" [November 16], on fair trial advocacy for Mumia Abu-Jamal, misstated key facts concerning the case of Angela Davis. Having edited The Angela Y. Davis Reader, referred to by Noel...

    on December 14, 1999
  • Loft in Former Factory

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    Loft in Former Factory

    Location Sunset Park Price $1500 (market) Square feet 2200 Occupants Darry Romano (artist; teacher, Kingsborough Community College; owner, Graphos Studios/Virtual Fine Art) You live right next to Green-Wood Cemetery, with all those marble urns...

    by Toni Schlesinger on December 14, 1999
  • Part 6: Ending the Epidemic - African Prostitutes May Play a Crucial Role in Developing an HIV Vaccine

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    Part 6: Ending the Epidemic - African Prostitutes May Play a Crucial Role in Developing an HIV Vaccine

    Additional articles in this series. NAIROBI, KENYAIn this city's Pumwani slum, everything seems inverted. Pumwani is one of the Kenyan capital's red-light districts, but the action happens during the day. After dark, it gets too dangerous even f...

    by Mark Schoofs on December 14, 1999
  • Football Femmes - But Will the Girls of the Gridiron Get Paid?

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    Football Femmes - But Will the Girls of the Gridiron Get Paid?

    The wind was from the east, the opposition was from the west, and the temperature was just plain freezing Saturday on Long Island when the New York Sharks took on the Minnesota Minx in their first Women's Professional Football League (WPFL) game. T...

    by Paula Hunt on December 14, 1999
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    Sports - Bobby Knight, Basketball Coach, 1966-Present

    "He's the kind of guy who would throw a beer party and lock the bathroom door." fellow coach George Raveling, on Bobby Knight For a final entry to our highly subjective endeavor, we offer up none other than The General as our ultimate standard-bea...

    by John Stravinsky on December 14, 1999
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