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Triumph of the Ghoul (A Play)(Now in Spanish and English) (04 Dec 2005)

(The ghoul of the lake, the lake is in the Mantaro Valley of Peru, beyond the Andes, which cuddle it; the ghoul is in a tree twenty feet from the lake, and because there are several ghouls in this lake, we shall call this one the Tree Ghoul. It i...

Troy Burroghs Adventures: The Angry Maid (#3) (12 Oct 2005)

[Surrealist-Traveler]

The bad thing about being a counselor is that it is like chewing bubble gum, yup that is exactly what I do, and just like that you just keep on doing it. I suppose I could pick out a better analogy but I can't thin...

Troy Burroghs In NYC [Troy Burroghs: Surrealist-Traveler] (10 Nov 2005)

Boxing Fan Burroughs

I was going on a trip again to NYC, short for New York City; I love it in New York; especially Central Park; the Museum is great also, and of course, the Empire State Building. Woops, what museum, the Metropolitan, that...

Troy Burroghs, and the Cake (28 Oct 2005)

I was in a little town I call, "Somewhere in North Dakota," outing with a few friends. I guess they were supposed to have been friends, they were supposed to be—but! I took a picture of Johnny and Johnny. I asked them to take a picture of me, but ...

Troy Burroghs, and the Snow Sign (29 Apr 2006)

Life never is a piece of cake for me, oh no, it has always had its ups and downs. I know, for I've had my share.

I was driving the other day to the movie theater; it was in the State of Minnesota, in the middle of its most deadly winter, sn...

Troy Burroghs, in Chicago (07 Dec 2005)

(December l969) I was going on leave, from Army Basic Training; it was Christmas time, and I stopped in Chicago, a short stay, and only but a few hours. I pulled the string of the bus and he let me off. I was thinking this was my stop, seeing a s...

Troy Burroghs: Eagle Eye (28 Oct 2005)

I've learned in life you got to have an eye like an eagle and senses like a panther to survive. Oh yes, it's that kind of a world my friend. Survival is the name of the game. People like me need to be one step ahead of the other person. Got to h...

Troy Burroghs: The Omaha Spy (25 Feb 2006)

The Omaha Spy—1967

I know—, Omaha isn't the biggest city in the world but I liked it (until they through me out, kind of); and yes I was really there. I especially liked its museum with all the Indian artifacts, and a girl named Piggy, yaw: ...

Troy Burroghs: Water [Now in: English and Spanish] (28 Dec 2005)

I was watching TV a few days ago and it just come to my mind, one of them flashbacks you hear about I suppose—you know, PTS: those Post Traumatic Stress flashes.

Anyways, the guy was talking on TV, calm like, mildly well dressed in his earl...

Try This Life on for Size (08 Mar 2006)

Unless you live in a cave, under a rock, or in an Afghanistan bunker, you've probably heard about the 2004 documentary "Super Size Me." This fascinating film follows director Morgan Spurlock as he embarks on 30 days of eating nothing but McDonald'...

Try, Try Again (29 Mar 2006)

"If at first you don't succeed, try, try again... Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it." ~Mark Twain

Let your motto be to *never stop trying* as you pursue your artistic expressions. The more you practice, the better you'll get! Go o...

Tunnel of Stone (12 Oct 2005)

I now had waked from my sleep, I looked outside through a corner of my curtain, and day had broken. I went to see Mr. Hampton next door.

Of time, you know nothing of, but time knows a lot about old age. Youth has its pride, age has its wisdo...

Twisted Sisters (15 Nov 2005)

I tried not to lean against anything. Leaning, I Feared, would give the wrong impression. It could seem too casual. Sitting was also not an option. I also did my level best not to make eye contact. This was harder than it sounds. When you are surr...

Two Poems: Weathered Leaf & First Day of spring [2005], with Remarks [heavy] (12 Oct 2005)

Remarks: Mr. Dennis Siluk's simply rhymes hold attention here, if not chopping up an apple tree, and leaving the fruit on the ground for all to eat; I'm getting a little poetic like him, although I've only wrote one poem. He paints a passing worl...

Types of Actors (16 Sep 2005)

All humans are actors to some extent. This sounds Shakespearean but it is very true. Many times we have done what we do not like and many times we begin to like what we are doing. We represent those very feelings on stage or before the camera in t...

Types of Harmonica (21 Aug 2005)

There are basically three types of harmonica, though a few more have come into existence with even more modified features.the right selection of the desired harmonica should be based on the style of music one wants to play and the kind of effects ...

Typography and the Use of Stylized Fonts (05 May 2006)

[Typography is] the art of printing from moveable type, including the skilled planning of typeface and size, composition, and layout, to make a balanced and attractive whole" (Google Online Dictionary).

Movable type had to be set by hand for...

UFO: 300,000,000 Day! (25 Aug 2005)

The CIA says that the population of the United States reached 295,734,134 in July of 2005. I figure it will hit the magic number of 300,000,000 million in the coming months.

I was wondering how to celebrate this event; the day we reach that ...

UFO: Keeping the Human Gnome off Mars (23 Nov 2005)

Last night I was perusing: http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r22_s04/mc03.html because Mars is on a close approach to earth and lots of amateur astronomers are out in their back yards snapping pics.

I misplaced my camera, so there was no use g...

UFO: We Chat as We Tour the Cosmos (22 Sep 2005)

"UFO: We Chat as We Tour the Cosmos" by John T. Jones, Ph.D.

I was watering the petunias when Xrytspet from Fanton in G10009845788899990766 and her fellow planet man, Silzrack, showed up.

I said, "Scram, Xrytspet! Take that fire-haired...

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