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A Note of Warning from Warren Ritter
Look at this guy: shifty eyes, thin lips, obviously a criminal type. You can't trust David Skibbins. I should know! Look what happened to me. I tell him about reading Tarot cards on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. I toss in a couple of stories about being a bomb throwing radical in the Sixties. And, 'cause he's interested, I told him about the kidnapping. So what does he do?
Plus he got it wrong. Ask my therapist. I'm not half as manic-depressive as he makes me out to be. And my hacker girlfriend Sally would tell you I'm a lot more charming. So don't believe everything you read in Eight of Swords, High Priestess or the new book, The Star!
So Skibbins threw me this bone. I got to control the home page. I love control! You're going to love this place! Play around in the margins and see what happens. It starts out with a free tarot reading from me, unlike any you ever got before! Plus great photos of my world, and succinct biographies of some of my good friends. Oh yeah, and there's some crap about Skibbins, too. It's his nickel, so I had to throw stuff in about his tours, his biography, a mediocre interview of him and a bunch of stuff he wrote before he learned how to write. But go the Tarot program first. It's a lot more fun!
I'll leave you with this (it's what my favorite radio personality, Jennifer Stone, always says) "Go easy, and if you can't go easy, go as easy as you can." Later.
Photo credit: Bill Lange, LTA Photos, Gualala, CA