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<div class="story">
<<get-var tag /> id="<get-var id />"><a 
href="<humour_link "<get-var humour_href />" />"><get-var text /></a></<get-var 
tag />>
%body
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<define-tag humour_stories_list_text>
<h3>"The Enemy" Series</h3>

<div class="indent">

<p>
This is a series of stories telling the whereabouts of the ex-Member of the 
Organization.
</p>

<humour_story tag="h4" id="enemy-how-i-helped" humour_href="TheEnemy/" 
text="The Enemy and How I Helped to Fight it">

<p>
A political satire about the situation that prevailed in the Israeli-Lebanese
border. Lots of exits about mathematical logic, and a general critique of the
irrationality guiding political bodies.
</p>

</humour_story>

<humour_story tag="h4" id="road-to-heaven" humour_href="RoadToHeaven/" 
text="The Road to Heaven is Paved with Bad Intentions">

<p>
The sequel to "The Enemy". The protagonist travels back in time and tries to
prevent World War II.
</p>

</humour_story>

</div>

<humour_story tag="h3" id="fountainhead" humour_href="TOWTF/"
text="The One with the Fountainhead">

<p>
A two-part episode of Friends that parodies the book "The Fountainhead" by
Ayn Rand. Note that I received input from one person who is not familiar with
the show, yet enjoyed this work very much.
</p>

</humour_story>

<humour_story tag="h3" id="human-hacking" humour_href="human-hacking/"
text="The Human Hacking Field Guide">

<p>
A story about teenagers in Los Angeles, California, around 2005 who are
dealing extensively with open-source development. An unlikely female
<a href="http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html">software hacker</a>
-wannabe (not a computer intruder) wannabe is getting tutored by an even more 
unlikely, but much more experienced, female software hacker.
</p>

</humour_story>

<humour_story tag="h3" id="we-the-living-dead" humour_href="Star-Trek/We-the-Living-Dead/"
text="Star Trek: We the Living Dead">

<p>
My own invented episode of the new crop of Star Trek series. In this episode
we discover the true essence of the Q Continuum, and some "Living Dead":
conscious beings (including humans) who reportedly died, but actually
were saved and still live a prosperous life elsewhere.
</p>

</humour_story>

<humour_story tag="h3" id="pope-died-on-sunday" humour_href="Pope"
text="The Pope Died on Sunday">

<p>
A description of an insane week in the life of a female American 
graphic artist. A typical Holywoodian story with not so Holywoodian elements.
Work in progress, and available only in Hebrew for the time being.
</p>

</humour_story>

<humour_story tag="h3" id="humanity" humour_href="humanity/" text="Humanity">

<p>
A parody about humanity and modern life in particular. Humanity describes
a day in the life of a Semitic city circa 500 B.C. Work in progress.
</p>

</humour_story>

<humour_story tag="h3" id="blue-rabbit" humour_href="Blue-Rabbit-Log/"
text="The Blue Rabbit Log">

<p>
Screenplays for a series of crazy comedy films parodying 
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Role-playing_game">Fantasy 
Role-Playing Games</a>. Join the band of Player Characters called "The
Blue Rabbit Adventuring Company", as they journey in the imaginary 
world that was invented by the game master, and their struggles and
encounters with monsters, the non-player characters, their players,
and... the Game Master! (Muahahahahaha).
</p>

<p>
Work in progress.
</p>

</humour_story>

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