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Sjorfaa! Sjorfaa! [The Great Hunt: Chapter #4] (25 Nov 2005)

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The Great Hunt

Gigantic-a, that is what I should call you: —the Great Tibetan Grizzly, or should it be the Great One? —all thirteen feet of yor-height, standing erect. Will people call me 'Tipi, the Great?' I sense you are all of 17...

Sjorfaa! Sjorfaa! (Chapter 1 and 2 ((of Five Chapters Total)) (20 Mar 2006)

The Long Solitary Journey of Tipi and Ursus arctos: The Great Tibetan Grizzly

Sjorfaa! Sjorfaa!,

Every time I kill a bear I morn, I don't really count the days, but no more than two, sometimes one, it is not a show of regret, the rea...

Sleeping Woman (03 Apr 2006)

Throughout the world there are certain constants that thread through mythology. Enduring love is one of the most popular.

Iztaccihuatl was the daughter of a great Aztec ruler in Mexico. She fell in love with Popocatepetl, one of her father'...

Slot Machines - Try This Method (27 Oct 2005)

The reason we call this a method and not a system is that there are no successful slot machine systems that will make you a winner over the long haul. The casino sets the payout percentages so that they are always in the casino's favor and ther...

Smart Art Investment - More than Just a Pretty Picture! (30 Jan 2006)

There was a time when I would have never considered buying original artworks for my home let alone for investment. Too expensive! Too complicated! When it comes to collecting art most people feel inadequate or intimidated. I thought art collecting...

Smart Art Investments - Knowing the Investment Potential of an Artists Work (31 Aug 2005)

An artist's background is important and definitely impacts on the value of their artworks. Most of us understand that an artwork by an established or accomplished artist is worth more than that of an lesser known artist. An investment quality con...

Snakes (20 Jan 2006)

Well, what is there about them you can say that is positive? How can anybody trust a creature that is born without arms or legs and smells with its tongue? Obviously, you can see I dislike snakes! For me, they just don't seem a part of the natu...

So Today – The Rising Fame of Hilary Duff (21 Feb 2006)

It's undeniable - if you had never seen Hilary Duff before in your life her beautiful face would instantly sweep you up. With pearlescent eyes that never quite seem the same colour in any two pictures, and a face that screams both girl next door a...

So You Want to be a Film Critic Part I (23 Sep 2005)

So you want to be a movie critic? Who doesn't. It is a great job to have. I mean if you love movies, then what better way to make a living then watching them and telling people what you think about the movie you just saw. Most of us are already...

So You Want to be a Film Critic Part II (08 Mar 2006)

If you followed the advice in Part I of So You Want to be a Film Critic you have an amazing, witty, informative review ready for the world to see. So, now what? What do you do with your great review? Well now you market that review and others th...

Sock It To Em: The Sock Puppet Revolution (24 Apr 2006)

The other day I realized that I had an odd number of socks in my sock drawer. And by that I do not mean that I had twelve socks, although twelve is a strange number. In reality, the number of socks was such that one sock did not belong to a pair...

Solving The Murder at a Murder Mystery Party (15 Mar 2006)

If you are invited to a murder mystery party you have the chance to act out the role of your favourite detective - whether it's Miss Marple, Sherlock Holmes or Inspector Morse.

While many murder mystery parties have a role specifically for t...

Some Spooky Stuff (03 Mar 2006)

Some offbeat oddities from the new novel The Witch of Greenwich Village:

- Meditation, acclaimed for its ability to clear the mind and promote creativity was, in primitive times, used for revolting purposes and is still employed by obscure c...

Something in the Ether (27 Dec 2005)

There is something stirring in the world - a kind of intellectual buzz coming from seemingly nowhere. This buzz is causing a great deal of imaginative inspiration and the uncovering of ancient truths once lost to mankind and now being re-found.Special Event Flowers (17 Feb 2006)

When you are in charge of organizing a "Special Event", you want to make a good impression. Don't forget the flowers to make your event memorable. Your local florist offers a wide variety of floral décor for any event!

Flowers can add a spec...

Spellbinding Fourth Potter Movie Set to Open in November (09 Aug 2005)

The Harry Potter phenomenon has become a global obsession the likes of which have not been seen around a series of children's books since the writings of J.R.R Tolkien first sprang to life. Millions upon millions of each and every one of J.K. Rowl...

Spielberg vs. The Shark (04 Dec 2005)

While the film "Jaws" is a classic, the story behind "Jaws" production is legendary. It's this legend that inspired "Courage & Stupidity," a new short 25-minute film about the making of Spielberg's classic (the title is a reference to Spielberg's ...

Spirit Of the Caribou (28 Feb 2006)

The Monarch rose at the first sign of light on the eastern horizon. The herd would not follow until the sun rose above that horizon and the chill of dawn moved them on the long journey to their wintering grounds. The Monarch had learned that the h...

St. Paul: Executed [Poetic Prose] (02 Dec 2005)

My name is Dennis L. Siluk, and I was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, where my father never found the time to spend time with anyone I know of. I learned kindness from my mother, not sure where she got it from. I shall return only in memory to dead S...

Stan Lee, Even the Comic Book Great Ones Have Problems (27 Jan 2006)

Stan Lee, in my mind, has to be one of the all time most recognizable individuals in the "Comic Book Industry". Most lovers of comic books have known his name all their collecting lives. For those of you who don't know his name, I am sure you ha...

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