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Hamsters as weapons
throughout history:
the stone age

In June of 1980 the agony of an unrequited love drove me to leave Boulder for the first time. The previous spring, Jon Singer had introduced me to the wonderfully demented entity known as Minn-StF (or, as Spider Robinson expands the abbreviation, the "Minnesota Scien Tiction Fociety") so I chose Minneapolis as my new horizon.

I'm afraid the experience warped me for life.

As one small example, Steve Ganlon and Warren Cartwright were planning on doing a joint zine for Minneapa called "Hamsters as weapons throughout history." Well, the zine never materialized, but images sprang from my pen almost of their own power. For example, there are the earliest prehistoric origins of hamsters as a simple bludgeon:

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