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For a Bowl of Soup [a Short Story of Murder in Lima] (17 Nov 2005)
Advance: I have considered it advisable to alter the names—in one case, more of a deletion of part of a name—of the principal characters in this story; a venal sin at best. In any case, names matter little if the source of the story reflects the ...
The Plight of the Motion Picture: Can Those in Power Turn Back from the Dark Path of Oblivion? (15 Aug 2005)
The character of the motion picture has changed drastically within the last 10 years, and the results of this shift has been both dramatic and devastating to the industry. No longer does the industry throw its marketing weight behind creativity ...
Greek Mythology Hercules: The Mortal Who Became A God (19 Oct 2005)
When Hercules was born to Alcmene, she named him Herakles. But in Roman, Herakles is pronounced Hercules, which is the name we use for Hercules to this day. Hercules in Greek mythology is a great figure of valor and muscle strength. Hercules brave...
The Plane from Iquitos [Part Two] (23 Mar 2006)
The Plane from Iquitos
The Ritual of Chief Evil-Eye
Captain Derry and the others had headed into the thick of the jungle, had no idea what had happened to the old soldiers, and his followers, that being: the old soldier hi...
The Planet Nrutas [The Lyrist and the Princess] Reedited/2006 (05 Oct 2005)
The Planet Nrutas
[The Lyrist and the Princess]
Advance: this is a very strange planet indeed, it is just outside our solar system, beyond it, that is, beyond even the planet known as Moiromma, and Ice Cap—(an Asteroid planet) and beyond C...
The Portrait of: Mr. Augusto S. Moaio [A Science Fiction Short Story] (24 Mar 2006)
The Portrait of: Mr. Augusto S. Moaio
"The Mu-men, how did they get here?" asked Professor Eceptico-Espirtu, of the University of Lima (in Peru).
"How do you think," said a youthful student named: Augusto S. Moaio, a w...
The Difference Between Wool Wax and Bayberry Wax (28 Mar 2006)
Ever wonder about the different types of waxes? For instance what is used to make crayons, automotive wax, candles or surfboard wax? Well there are many different types of waxes, let's discuss two of the most popular types.
Bayberry wax, whi...
Acne Products (03 Jan 2006)
Acne is one of the few things that every teenager is afraid of. It has adverse effects on your self-esteem and may even lead to problems like depression if not cured on time and properly.
The market is flooded with a score of acne products. ...
Got a Great Idea for a Movie? You Could Make Millions (07 Oct 2005)
You've seen one or two bad movies in your time, right? And you've told your date, "I could do better than that." Your instincts are probably right.
You already know Hollywood seems locked into making the same tired, old plots, over and ove...
Audible Books: The Evolution of Story Telling (19 Feb 2006)
In the days of old, stories were usually told orally from a tribal storyteller or one of the wise elders or chiefs. The next progression in storytelling came with the first hieroglyphics and visual representations of actual and mythical events. Af...
Re-Thinking Recycling with a Mining Mindset (17 Feb 2006)
In this country we have Salt Mines, Uranium Mines, Zinc, Lead, Molybdenum, Iron Ore, Copper, Silver, Gold, Aluminum, etc. We are making it tough on mines to operate in this country and we are losing our industrial capacity to other nations, which ...
Advantages of 360-Degree Vision Devices (24 Dec 2005)
Humans do not have 360-degree vision. Think about why we have evolved this way and what it means to the vision and what we will have to do to improve upon Mother Nature's excellent design. We have drawings of such 360-Degree Vision Device, which p...
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...
A Copywriter Speaks: Hey, Give Me Back My Pen! (29 Mar 2006)
It's no wonder I have a permanent crick in my neck. I've spent the last ten years shaking my head piteously at people who think they can write. Fellow scribes, let us gather now for a virtual group hug, as we console each other for the fruitlessne...
Why Buy Original Art? (02 Aug 2005)
Why pay money for an original piece of art work, when you
can buy an inexpensive print?
When it comes right down to it, creating a piece of art is a
mystery. No artist, no matter how articulate, can explain why
a particular work of art wa...
The Peculiar Case of: Thomas Mannings Justice [Part two of two parts] (04 Dec 2005)
Thomas Manning now lay face down in the back ally with the garbage. If anything, whom ever knocked on the door, did it just in time, surely them pool sticks were to be used should that knock on that door not have occurred; it wou...
The Peculiar Case of: Thomas Mannings Justice [part one of two parts] (26 Mar 2006)
 Thomas Manning, his hands stuck in his sport jacket pockets, walked at a steady pace along the sidewalk, gawking here and there intriguingly. Nineteen years had passed since he had walked these streets, and everything looked a bit out of ...
Why Do People Travel From Far & Wide To Look At The Homes Of Hollywood Celebrities? (01 Sep 2005)
Today, Norm Goldman, Editor of Sketchandtravel.com and Bookpleasures.com is pleased to have as our guest, author William A.Gordon.
William has authored: The Ultimate Hollywood Tour Book: Shot On This Site: Four Dead In Ohio: and The ...
Believable or Believe the Bull? (02 Apr 2006)
Here are your Extremely Boring Yet Curiously
Interesting Facts for Friday May 13. Watch out for
the black cat in today's path of movie facts.
Although Harvey Keitel frequently plays
Italian-American characters, he is of Polish-Jewish
Crash (16 Jan 2006)
Rarely do I find myself equally liking and disliking a movie but that is exactly where I find myself with Crash, Paul Haggis' first film following the critically acclaimed Million Dollar Baby. Crash follows a group of people in L.A. as their live...
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