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Intermittens, vol 8: Self Reliance

Intermittens, vol 8: Self Reliance

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Intermittens 8 was released in February 2010, and was edited by Guy Incognito, author of the webcomic "Bonejangles". The issue's theme is SELF RELIANCE.
Intermittens 8 was released in February 2010, and was edited by Guy Incognito, author of the webcomic "Bonejangles". The issue's theme is SELF RELIANCE.

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Comics
Dystopic Deedee………………………….Page 3Circle of Strife……………………………..Page 6Dr. V. and Prof. P….……………………Page 16...
Articles
The Parable of Steve, by the Rt. Rev.Nigel………………………………….………..Page 3Musings on Surviving a Laser GunBattle, By Richter.....……………..…….Page 5The Voice and the Void, by ReynaPerucca………………………………...........Page 6Need Me, by Andrea S. Gigeroff…..Page 7Untitled, by the Rt. Rev. Nigel…….Page 9Musings on Surviving an AnimeConvention, by Richter……………….Page 9
 
The Fascist Virus: The Deep State. byCain……………………………………..…….Page 10What it Means to be a Self-ReliantAmerican in 2010-20XX, by dimo…………………………………………………..Page 17The Year of the Rat #2, by the Good Rev.Roger…………………………………………Page 20
 
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The Parable of Steve
By the Right Reverend NigelThere was an afternoon one summer when a young man we will call “Steve” happened upona book like no other he had read. It was on theshelf in his local alternative bookstore, and itwas called the “Principia Discordia”.Steve had always thought himself to be quitethe rebellious young man, always speaking outabout the Man and the System, but with a senseof HUMOR, goddamnit, a sense of ABSURDITYunlike everyone else he knew; this book, he saidto himself, is Important. It finally tells me whatI am…I am a Discordian. I must find the others!It took Steve some time to find otherDiscordians, time during which he renamedhimself Pope Buttercup XXIII. He felt that quitea fitting name for a Discordian. He pridedhimself in his sense of Absurdity, and especiallyhis skills in Randomness, which he practiced bymemorizing passages from the Principia.He learned on the Internet that the DiscordianSociety near him met monthly in a cafédowntown, and after his months of searchinghe determined the date and the time, andarranged to present himself to them. When hearrived, he found the place nearly desertedexcept for a group of ten or twelve peopleclustered in a back corner, arguing. They wereof all descriptions, these people; no two seemedto have anything in common, even their stylesof dress; they ranged from the gloweringpierced goth chick at one corner, who wasseated beside a neatly-groomed silver-hairedman in a rather nice suit, to the plump middle-aged matron in a V-necked rayon sweater, tothe lively trenchcoat geek thumping his opinionabout something-or-other loudly in the middleof the table.Steve said to himself, “These are my people?”“What a motley crew… well, they’reDiscordians, I know how to show them I’m OneOf Them.”He stepped up to the table.“23PINEALFNORD!” he said boldly, “I am PopeButtercup XXIII! I am random, and sayrandomly absurd things, because I am aDiscordian like you!”The group fell silent and looked at himcuriously for a moment, and then resumedarguing.Steve was puzzled. This wasn’t the receptionhe’d expected. He spoke again;“Excuse me, but do you know where themonkeys fly at midnight? Modern politics boresme, and I can swallow my own nose!!”Now a few of the others seemed to be payingattention to him, although to his dismay theyseemed less than impressed by his perfect graspof outlandishness. Two or three of them, henoticed… why, they were making fun of him!They were whispering to each other, andlooking at him, and laughing! He flushed red inanger.“Listen, you people! I am a Discordian, and I

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