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Fatal Accident (1) (09 Dec 2005)

The night was so dark that Ann could not see her palm, yet she walked on. It had rained a deluge that afternoon and the aftermath of the torrent was devastating. Besides some houses it damaged, most of the streets were filled with muddy water. Eve...

The First Woe! And a Note of Mother Shipton (27 Feb 2006)

Disaster rides a red horse: end time events

In the book of Revelation, one of the "Woes" is (and there are three), is ´destruction, and war´. We got war in the Middle East at the present and little wars here and there: and throughout the wo...

A Whiff of Nostalgia (19 Mar 2006)

Today I was given a whiff of nostalgia. No, not some bottled perfume from my youth (eg 'Evening in Paris', remember? On second thoughts perhaps you'd rather not!!), but the wonderful God-given smell of cowslips from a cottage garden. I was immedia...

Depression Can Turn into Joy (07 Mar 2006)

Depression is the most prevalent disease of our time. Under the guise of informing the public, both the medical profession and the media are constantly "warning" us of the dangers and probabilities of the disease most likely to terminate us. News ...

The Basics of Surround Sound (02 May 2006)

Whether you are an audio novice or an experienced technophile, this article is for you. Let's take a few minutes to review the basics of surround sound, and the principles behind it. If you are new to surround sound, this will help you to unders...

Hopelessly Inadequate (09 Apr 2006)

As everyone knows, words are the main means of expression. For a writer they are his or her stock in trade, but they are hopelessly inadequate for the job expected of them. Why?

First, words have denotations that continually change due to th...

How to Get Work on a Cruise Ship as a Guest Entertainer Part IV (13 Feb 2006)

Dress Code

One of the advantages of being a guest entertainer is that we have passenger status while on the ship, allowing us in to public areas where other crew members are not allowed. We get to mix and mingle with passengers and ...

How to Get Work as a Guest Entertainer on a Cruise Ship Part III (03 Aug 2005)

This is part 3 on How to Get Work ... and Keep it! ... by working as a Guest Entertainer on a cruise ship

Cue Sheets Always have your cue sheets ready to give the production manager. These will include any music cues and lighting cu...

How to Get Work as a Guest Entertainer on a Cruise Ship - Part II (07 Apr 2006)

This is part TWO of a series of articles I have written to help entertainers get work as Guest Entertainers on cruise ships.

Discounts This varies from cruise line to cruise line, so again, either ask your agent or check the Guest E...

How to Get Work as a Guest Entertainer on a Cruise Ship - Part I (31 Dec 2005)

When I first started working on cruise ships with my act it was a very daunting task. For many years, after watching 'The Love Boat' on television, I would dream of one day becoming a headline act on cruise ships, and finally when it became a re...

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith DVD Review (04 May 2006)

"For over a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the old Republic, before the dark times. Before the Empire. A young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine until he turned to evil, helped the E...

Paranormal Topics in the Media (20 Jan 2006)

In recent years the number of movies with paranormal themes has risen dramatically. Some of these films have even given us pop phrases, such as M. Night Shyamalan's "I see dead people", from the film "The Sixth Sense".

Why the interest in pa...

Advanced Techniques for Eliminating Hip and Thigh Fat, and Cellulite from the Body (10 Nov 2005)

To recap on last month's article, we hit three major points regarding what it takes to lose fat from the hips and thighs for good. These are the basics that must be in place before any of the advanced tactics for losing cellulite will do much good...

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Made by First Time Filmmakers (21 Nov 2005)

Is putting the audience to sleep a mistake…or a blessing? Filmmaker Sondra Lowell sets new screenwriters and directors straight.

1. Contrary to current belief, keeping the audience awake is the biggest mistake a first time filmmaker can make...

Be Careful What You Reinforce: Feedback and Coaching (14 Oct 2005)

An employee's effort, commonly referred to as "work," consists of the behavior(s) that he or she performs while on the job. Effort has been described as being on a scale of high, medium, or low. An employee's performance is the results, and is the...

Buying Pop Art Paintings (07 Dec 2005)

Contrary to popular belief Pop Art actually started in the UK in the 1950's and not in the USA in the 1960's as most people assume. One phrase espoused by art historians which fairly describes the origins of modern pop art is that pop art was born...

Can Man Forget Hiroshima? (23 Sep 2005)

Director Junya Sakino has tapped Steven Man to play the lead role in his dramatic tale, "Orizuru", an original screenplay scheduled to commence production early November, 2005. This will be Sakino's second project through DiVerse Pictures.

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Mort Du Gilligan (27 Feb 2006)

For his time, William Shakespeare wasn't considered all that hot a writer. His plays were thought to pander to the vulgar masses being at the same time the modern day equivalent of either Soap Operas or Sit cons. Bob Denver's passing made me wonde...

Monsters from the Subconcious (26 Apr 2006)

As a Horror writer I've been often and pointedly been asked why I write this stuff. It's not ever said directly, but it's always there: Is there something wrong with you? In my own defense, quite a few people enjoy reading this same stuff and even...

The Art of Saying No (27 Sep 2005)

Why do we have so much trouble saying "no?" I think there are several reasons. We may not want to hurt the other person's feelings. If we say "no" the other person may think we're unkind. Saying "no" is often a confrontational experience - som...

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