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Issue 2  March 2000

The champagne corks are popping in the palatial editorial offices of Fools' Paradise, as we defy the critics and make it to a second issue of the monthly magazine where on the edge reporting of the vital issues facing the nation and the world rubs shoulders with suave humor and sophisticated repartie. Or something like that.
  Our claim to be a major international force in journalism is boosted in this issue by  the addition of the editor's father-in-law to the staff. Brigadier General Sir Crispin Maddingley-Snorrt's film reviews come to us direct from Upper Rogering, near Aldershot, England.
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FROM THE HEART OF METROPOLITAN CONOVER, NORTH CAROLINA TO THE WORLD

The News that's Not:
South Carolina Flag Controversy Rages On.
Eurocrats in "Asleep at Their Desks" Shock
Russia Declares War on Rhode Island
Dispute Over Yankee Refugee Boy Deepens

Don't forget to check out our award winning humorous novel -
The Management Secrets of T John Dick

Special Feature:
In a Fools' Paradise exclusive, Mick Raker reviews Al Gore's plans for an all-gay military and unearths an untold story of a previous generation.

Poet's Corner
Marmaduke Fortescue presents "The God of Jinx is Nesting in my Hair" by Judy Jones.
Plus his highly acclaimed review of "To Tina on the Occasion of her New Breasts" by the exciting Australian poet, Rupert Hogwalloper.

Letters to the Editor
Sound off about what's on your mind, if you have one.

Story Time
In each issue, Fools' Paradise showcases a short story, usually, though not always, on a humorous theme.

Bookshelf
Find out about our recommended reading. Therapy for the funny bone available as e-books at derisory prices (no paper, no ink, no office in New York).  Our e-books are easy to download and read in Acrobat Reader 

Movie Review
Brigadier General Sir Crispin Maddingley Snorrt, K.B. (retired) reviews "Stuart Little".

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