Now up at the Sobel Wiki, along with an article on Thomas Jefferson, are the For All Vignettes #81C: "Ball and Chain" by yours truly, and #91C: "Hidden Menaces", a collaboration between myself and M. G. Alderman. The former continues the coronation of King Fernando of New Granada in June 1974, and the latter Evangeline Gilmore's visit to a Mexican Air Force base a month later.
"Ball and Chain" was first posted to the soc.history.what-if newsgroup on 3 May 2002, and "Hidden Menaces" on 10 September 2002.
"Hidden Menaces" brings up a technical question on writing. When you have a character who speaks with a thick accent, how do you represent it in writing? One option is to represent the character's accent phonetically, for instance by having a character with a Southern accent say "Ah do declayah!" This was the preferred method of my FAN colleagues David Mix Barrington and M. G. Alderman. Me, I preferred to simply mention the character's accent, stick to standard spelling, and let their choice of vocabulary suggest their accent. Since Alderman was the primary author of "Hidden Menaces", his views prevailed, and so much of the dialogue in the film The Hidden Menace is nearly incomprehensible.