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RKYV ONLINE # 33

RKYV ONLINE # 33

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Published by Randy Paré
Feb 2010. FAotM: James Santiago; cover design by David Marshall
Feb 2010. FAotM: James Santiago; cover design by David Marshall

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Published by: Randy Paré on Oct 19, 2010
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RKYV # 33 {February 2010}RKYVLOGO - David Marshall {current}RKYVLOGO – r. j. paré {modified}RKYVLOGO – Roy G. James {original} Virtual Cover # 31- Art by James Santiago- Layout by David MarshallInterior Art- By De Tourist, C. S. Cartier, r.j. paré,olande Gaspard,RogerPrice,MikeGrattan, Carl Haynes, JamesSantiagoEditorial Column- “At theOutset: A Few Thoughts from the Editor”- By r. j. paréWorld View- A Canadian Living inthe USA - By Tom RossiniHealth andWellness- By C. S. CartierFeatured Artist Review –Delbert Hewitt, Jr.- By r .j.paShort Fiction- BadBeat, part 5- by r. j. paréPoetry- By Frances Nichols Vargas, EricLawson, Stephen Campbell, C.S.Cartier,r. j. paPop Culture- “Comic Book Review”- By Brad Bellmore- “Raised on Saturday MorningCartoons”- By Pauline ParéLeaf Jamby De Tourist
 
At The Outset
A Few ThoughtsFrom the Editor
By r. j.paré
[February]
 – Accordingto Wikipedia, that font of fabulous factoids, thismonthwas namedafter the Latin word
ebruum
,meaning
urification
and thecorresponding Roman ritual of 
ebrua
once celebratedon the 15
th
of themonth. It certainly is a strange month. February has been thecause ofmorethan its share of confusionoverthecenturies. Onceconsidered the lastmonthoftheyear,since it was the lastmonthof winter, theRomans bounced thismonth all over thecalendar.Lasting, inancient times, anywherefrom 23 daysto 29 days itcouldbe ratherconfusing for record keeping, let alonetheaveragecitizen. Eventually things gotstandardizedwith Leap Years at regular4 year intervalsand things began to lookupfor good ole Feb. That is until
<ahem>[Valentine’s Day]
 – Of all the former pseudo religious and / or pagantraditions to continuein modernsecular times… why oh, why did men getsaddled with this bit of consumer driven nonsense?Advertisers,manufacturesand retailers conspire tomanipulate women intounrealistic expectations andmen into emptying their walletson pricey flowers,baubles and chocolates.What a ridiculous and contrived holiday.Which is my way of saying,I forgot.
“Gazing from my window to the streetsbelow o a freshly fallen silent shroud of snow.” - am a Rock, Simon and Garfunkel 

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