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The Voice and The Music in Commercials Are Sometimes From The Same Man (03 Aug 2005)
Everyone knows that commercials use voiceover artists to speak the sales message, and musicians to create the tunes that play in the background, but one man in Los Angeles is doing both jobs.
Meet Scott G, who is recording artist THE G-MAN, ...
The Voice [A Short SF Story] (21 Oct 2005)
As I walked through the London streets; the railroad station was busy this early morning, like the others I suppose. The streets were utterly filthy, fouled with the manure of its countless horses. It made my walking fetid and hazardous. Countless...
The Warner Brothers Make Noise (07 Nov 2005)
Hollywood was an attractive place for the early filmmakers to settle, full of good weather, orange and lemon trees. For producers who owed money on borrowed camera equipment if a creditor came after them, they could hide among the trees. It was a ...
The Way of Light (08 Aug 2005)
The Netherlands is a country known for its religious, ideological and ethnical tolerance. But what is perhaps less known is that it is also a country religiously divided into a northern part dominated by a culture of Calvinism and a southern part,...
The WBs Supernatural (20 Jan 2006)
When it comes to horror themed or related shows,it's been awhile for the WB."Angel" ended last year,and of course they lost "Buffy" to UPN years ago.Then there was the high hopes they had for "Dark Shadows", an update of the old vampire television...
The Wholesale Plasma Television Guide (22 Apr 2006)
You've finally made the decision to purchase that wholesale plasma television that you have been dreaming of, but you don't want to spend a lot of money. What do you do? Here's a simple, straightforward guide to buying your plasma television at ...
The Wild Dove (a Sonnet to Elvis) (19 Nov 2005)
(a Sonnet to Elvis)
I saw now, a wild-dove with no mate
Pass me by, as I walked my path of life;
So high, so high he flew, in the sky's light,
Boundless and quick, unblocked and elate,
Happy, I thought—He must be, ...
The Wino  (22 Sep 2005)
Standing in the middle of the sidewalk on a brisk Saturday in Fall, 1958, on a declining hill by St. Joseph's Hospital (where I was born, ((Lee was born), where a tenant house was, where my friend, Mike Russet's family had moved to, moved into, we...
The Winsome Teashop (23 Feb 2006)
In her teashop that still reigns with the full splendour of ruffles and starch, Mrs. Prudy Murrell continues to charm a fortunate circle of customers with her elegant confectionaries.
As you step through the iron-lace door, your eyes convinc...
The Winter School [Ecole St. Louis/in St. Paul, MN; 1957] (06 Feb 2006)
The Winter School
[Ecole St. Louis—St. Paul, Minnesota; l957]
"We…!" [We being: my brother and I] were a team, that is, we were quite the team growing up in the inner city of St Paul, Minnesota, during the l950s; we wrestled with the lo...
The Woodchoppers Henchmen (A dark Poem (and Dennis reviews for 2005)) (14 Apr 2006)
The Woodchopper's Henchmen
Fear has sickened them. A Wound by something—, viper-shaped: it has gnawed its way into his brain. And to be quite frank, never will the wounded reptilian know a moment of peace until he fads into the mist of silen...
The World of the Macabre (27 Oct 2005)
[The Macabre World] The word Macabre can mean many things; to me it is simply a word with a world attached to it, within itself, a chilly one at that. Let me take this opportunity to share a little of my dark side with you, the Macabre and my Gr...
Theme Park Master Planning (02 Jan 2006)
So you want to build a theme park?
What do you do? Where do you start? How about taking some cool rides, and putting them together with some good restaurants, fun stores and pretty landscaping? Well, you can do exactly that, and some people ...
Things You Should Know About Pop Art Paintings History (16 Oct 2005)
Pop art was an artistic movement that represented a strong shift from the influence of the abstract expressionism. Pop art paintings brought an original form of making art by introducing techniques of commercial art and everyday life illustrations...
Thomas Skies Reality (Realidad de Thomas Skies) - Now in Spanish and English (10 May 2006)
Thomas Skies quickly left the psycho ward. He opened the door of the bus in which Dennis was waiting. "Come," he said. "Let's get away from here. Let's go some place."
"Has something happened?"
"No. Nothing. It's just that I've had eno...
Thoughts on The Flow of Transportation (08 Feb 2006)
A main component of a healthy human civilization is the flow of its transportation. The transportation of people, products and services throughout the society to serve mankind is an essential part of any Nation or State. The Flow of Transportation...
Three Little Girls (26 Dec 2005)
The election is over and I'm unhappy with my country and
the world right now. It is leaf raking time again. It seems
like there are more leaves than ever before. I feel
overwhelmed with the chore. The day is mild. The wind
storms have bl...
Three Short SF Stories [NO: 18, 19, 20, of The Cadaverous Planets] (13 Oct 2005)
Here are three more of the 27-short sketches [stories] Author Dennis Siluk has put into his developing book to be, "The Cadaverous Planets," I hope you enjoy them. Rosa Penaloza
The Deity of Ice Cap
Thumbs Up (05 Jan 2006)
Do you remember how sensitive you felt about being "different" in some way when you were kid?
Maybe you were shorter than your classmates. Or taller. Or had darker hair, or lighter hair. Or maybe you wore glasses.
Well…my difference wa...
Tickets - How Hard Are They To Get? (03 May 2006)
Tickets. And no, I'm not talking about the kind you get from the police officer who just happened to flag you down for going 30 miles per hour over the speed limit. I'm talking about the kind of tickets you purchase for, well, for just about any...
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