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jennifer-mclagan's picture
Nov.20.2008
After just three days back in Toronto I've left it again. As you might guess from the photo I was happy to escape again.It was snowing on the way to...
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stacy-mantle's picture
Nov.20.2008
Tonight (midnight) is the first AZ viewing of the movie, Twilight. While I'm not much of a midnight "crowd" person, and I have two puppies...
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a-s-king's picture
Nov.20.2008
It’s been twenty days. I’ve been working every day and night I can. I haven’t gone outside much. Maybe three times? Last night was the first time I...
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ugo-mattei's picture
Nov.20.2008
2.6 billion people in the world do not have access to any igenical or sewer system. One sixth of the world population uses water from wells...
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jean-m-fogle's picture
Nov.20.2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008 Caption Challenge! Best Caption wins signed Salty Dogs! Starting this week, I am having a Caption Challenge! I will...
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mayra-calvani's picture
Nov.20.2008
Hi all, Today on the 9th day of my VBT I'm over at Unwriter, where Ron Berry has written a wonderful review of my book. Best, Mayra
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steve-bergsman's picture
Nov.20.2008
         Although foreign investment in Guam real estate appears to be temporarily sidelined, local investors have remained confident, limiting the...
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anne-brooke's picture
Nov.20.2008
I must say that I thought last night's first episode of "The Devil's Whore" was a real class act - utterly gripping, layered, human and...
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pauline-rowson's picture
Nov.20.2008
What's good enough for Dan Brown and Random House is good enough for me. Random House US is launching a major advertising campaign in the USA on 23...
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terry-spear's picture
Nov.20.2008
For three  months, my mother has been too sick to go anywhere, so for the first time since she became ill, we attended a women's luncheon for a club...
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brad-green's picture
Jan.25.2009
Is Realism bland, boring, tyrannical, so wrapped up in the rendering of the vagaries of the human heart that cultural criticism is impossible? Is...
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donovan-sithan's picture
Jan.25.2009
I wrote this for my medieval english class. The directions for the story had a few typos in it, and I went along with them because I found them funny...
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jodi-thompson's picture
Jan.25.2009
Who knew? A rowdy bunch of boys like to role play. They actually asked for more senarios. Of course, sticking a couple of disposable cups up your...
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former member's picture
Jan.25.2009
by former member
Al Jazeera presents I Knew Khomeini (Part 1 2) and I Knew the Shah (Part 1 2).
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phoebe-jordan's picture
Jan.25.2009
Well today I had the great idea of helping my author friend April Bostic make a book trailer for her novel A Rose to the Fallen in the hopes of...
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former member's picture
Jan.25.2009
by former member
Golf course architecture goes back more than 100 years. Golf courses can be incredibly beautiful, very tough, or extreme. Which are the best golf...
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cat-connor's picture
Jan.25.2009
This morning I sold the electronic rights to my crime thriller novel Killerbyte to Rebel e Publishers. What a way to start a new week!  It was...
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faruk-buzhala's picture
Jan.25.2009
Dear F. A I was very surprised and flattered to hear from you. It's such a nice change to hear a "thank you" from someone! My dear, it's...
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cathy-bryant's picture
Jan.25.2009
In my first post on this topic, I mentioned that I would post more about who God is throughout the year. Here is more of what I've learned as I've...
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jodi-thompson's picture
Jan.25.2009
In an hour or so my husband and I will venture out into the cold to our icy church office to be met by nine 12-14-year-old boys, yes, all boys this...
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