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Published Monthly  Volume 3, Number 6  June, 1998
SCROOMtimes is a publication of SCROOMcomm, Ltd; Publisher:Andy Wallace; Editor-in-Chief: Dean Shutt

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Skippy's Guide to Life and Eternal Happiness
Fiona Jane Speaks Out
..........Fiona Jane
Tales of the Geek Lord
..........Pelican Smith
Movie Review: Wilde
..........Ealasaid A. Haas
The Sporting SCROOM
Fun & Games
..........Dean Shutt
A View from the Cheap Seats
..........Dave Lind
The SPMBNC Page!
Not Your Average SCROOM
Opinion: America the Restricted
..........Dave Lind
Fiction: The Green Book, Chapter II
Commentary: Asylum
..........David Mandell
Rhymes With SCROOM
Artichoking Leaves
..........Janet I. Buck
Brillo Pads & Body Casts
..........Janet I. Buck
The BackPage

 Ah, June... summer is upon us. Except for those of us here in northern Cal, where we are still stuck in winter...
 But, in any case, it gives us an excuse to stay inside and work on this wonderful magazine! And we have another fine issue here for you.
 Most likely spurred on by the primary here in California, Skippy has a few words about politics - specifically, the Republican party. Also, Fiona has some words on the party herself - a more appropriate party, though. And the Geek Lord is getting a little paranoid this month - check out what he has to say about it. We welcome a new movie reviewer to the staff, Ealasaid Haas, who checked out Wilde for us. Let us know what YOU think!
 A couple of weeks ago, a grand San Francisco sporting event took place, and we were there. Read all about it in "Fun & Games"! In the Cheap Seats, Dave has the (hopefully) last word on Latrell Sprewell.
 Moving on to our monthly specials, Dave again gives us an opinion piece, this time on the recent ban on smoking in public places here in California. Now is YOUR chance to let us know what you think about this subject! E-Mail us a note, or hit our Rant Page. C'mon - don't be shy! Our multi-part story, The Green Book takes a new turn this issue, as a new commentary on American Society by David Mandell.
 And, we have a new poet contributing, Janet Buck. Check her out! And check it all out.
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