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• January 8, 2005 — Beyond my dreams of avarice

• December 10, 2003 — Move over, Mata Hari

• July 5, 2002 — One nation, indefensible

• April 3, 2002 — 2:00-2:03: Stop and smell roses

• March 27, 2002 — Furze and Gorse have two mommies:
An updated tale of family fun


• January 6, 2002 — A night on Bald Mountain and other childhood joys

• October 26, 2001 — Why I write "Virginian" on forms that ask my nationality

• October 12, 2001 — Border, nor breed, nor birth

• October 5, 2001 — My hard drive is assisting the Federal Authorities

• September 19, 2001 — It's September 2001; do you know where
your security is?
 


From the print version of TLD (original text)

• Whole Number 22 (October 28, 1998) — Tightrope to the 21st century
   Posted January 4, 2003

• Whole Number 21 (August 21, 1998) — Steuermann, lass die Wacht
   Posted January 4, 2003

• Whole Number 20 (April 13, 1998) — Sanctiloquence of Nagano
   Posted January 4, 2003

• Whole Number 19 (December 19, 1997) — Don't cry for me, Piccadilly
   Posted January 4, 2003

• Whole Number 18 (September 22, 1997) — Do not go gentle into that bureaucratic morass
   Posted July 20, 2002

• Whole Number 17 (July 7, 1997) — A spoonful of sugar for the prisoners of starvation
   Posted July 20, 2002

• Whole Number 16 (April 4, 1997) — Dear Auntie Em, I'm having a wonderfully multicultural time; send cabfare
   Posted July 20, 2002

• Whole Number 15 (December 19, 1996) — A sheep's a sheep for a' that

• Whole Number 14 (October 28, 1996) — Hey, Comrade, recycle this!

• Whole Number 13 (May 3, 1996) — Dragons and giants and bears, oh my!
    Sidebar by Nicholas Strakon

Note: There was no Virginia Dare column for the October 1995 issue.

• September 1995 — Random acts of culture

• August 1995 — Ginny does Dallas

• June-July 1995 — Chicken parents and timely poxes

• April-May 1995 — Girls just don't wanna have fun

• March 1995 —
Hangin' out with the Health Nazis

• February 1995 — Jesus, my father, and Robert E. Lee

• January 1995 — A candle for Moe Greene
 
• December 1994 —
Clubbed to death by Mickey Mouse

• November 1994 — The East is green (Mao, come back!)

• October 1994 — On death, domination, and diminution

• September 1994 — Tunnel rats, typhoid, and taxes


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