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New on The Beak: Oct. 30th, 2005 @ 03:43 pm
lordhoratio
The Silence of Titan by me.

New Tonight on The Beak: Oct. 21st, 2005 @ 12:15 am
lordhoratio
Meryl Streep vs. Tom DeLay by me.

New at The Beak Oct. 18th, 2005 @ 10:00 pm
lordhoratio
Princess Wolfsbane reviews the book God's Politics.

New at The Beak Oct. 3rd, 2005 @ 03:45 pm
varius
Bush’s Supreme Court Pick: Harriet Whatserface by... me.

Sep. 29th, 2005 @ 05:22 pm
lordhoratio
SuicideGirls Self-Destructs; Geek Community Devastated, Blogging by Varius the Wild-Eyed
Other entries
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Here's to You, Ray Nagin...
» Recent Articles from thebeak.org
The objective, of course, is to update frequently and unpredictably, so as to draw more traffic to the site. Contact Varius if you need help getting in on the writing.

9.28.05
Sheehan Upstaged by Wizard by Varius

9.26.05
Sheehan Arrested by Horatio

9.25.05
Zombiefensibleness by Girl Anachronism
Are You Ready for the Next Round of Weirdness? by Horatio
So Sayeth the Editor by Varius
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"Bonne anni-beak-day to you..... bonne anni-beak-day a vous.... et ceyera and so forth, woo-flippin-hoo-hoooo-hoo, in english or french or frenglish... or something like that."

--Tamsyn Grey
» The Beak relaunches. Again.
If you are reading this after midnight (eastern time), then the latest version of The Beak has just gone online. Because this new format allows our writers to post articles as they finish them, you'll no longer have to sit around waiting for our increasingly arbitrary updates. The downside is that most of them have had their posting privileges for less than five minutes, so there's no real new material yet.

This is a trade-off. It will soon right itself, and you can cope with it in the meantime.

Some of the old material didn't make it through the move. This is not because there was anything wrong with it, but because it didn't fit into the new format as gracefully as we'd hoped. All of it will resurface, over time, on a series of small, self-contained sites, each with its own thematically consistent design.

As always, all this talk means nothing if you don't read the damn thing.
» movie update
So, it looks like now that I'll be played by Mos Def, which I think is an excellent idea. Preferably with his hair grown out and straightened, like Snoop in '98, but really, whatever Mos wants to do. And, can we get Carlos Mencia to play Captain Fun? I think I'd like that.
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