RE: draft abstract Sex, Drugs and Cults

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    >Maybe I dreamt it. That in itself could serve as a plot for a bad movie.
    I'm on real close terms with bad SF movies. The place and time of my first
    excursion into higher education was at Southwestern College in Chula Vista
    where Senator Steve Peace (as he is now known) made "Attack of the Killer
    Tomatoes." In more real life, he was also responsible for helping write the
    legislation that deregulated electricity in California -- something we all
    ended up wishing were just bad science fiction. The only thing scarier than
    having an actor in the White House is having a science fiction writer as a
    congressman making laws.


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