David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines
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possible hubris alert

In what may be the single dumbest decision since William Judd Fetterman said, "Give me eighty men and I can ride through the Sioux Nation!", I have decided to start a small press.

THIS UTTER INSANITY promises to be quite interesting, and may possibly fail. In the short term, however, I am looking for somebody who'd be willing to whip up a logo and a placeholder web page for a small but reasonable fee. Anybody on my flist who does webstuff and has a good eye for pretty things -- which I really do not -- want to make a very few bucks?
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