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Gosnell: A Review

This past weekend my wife accepted my invite to go see a movie. I’ve got to tell you, Gosnell isn’t a date movie for most people. It made me think of the infamous Seinfeld where Jerry is making out during … Continue reading

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It Was A Cat. Not A Baby.

For those of you who spent your time on Facebook, or outside a dental clinic, or whining in the break area about the dead lion yesterday, I’d like to point out that it was a cat. A big, beautiful cat. … Continue reading

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I’ve Got A Primo Never Used Set Of Kidneys For Sale. Whatcha Offerin?

I’m a history buff. Love to read about historical monsters and evil regimes in particular. The “they almost won” moments make me glad that good triumphed over evil. Because evil is very powerful and seductive, it’s often been a very … Continue reading

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Welcome, Andreas. You’re Over There Next To Gameel Al-Batouti And Mohamed Atta. Flash Fiction Tuesday.

Andreas blinked and then twitched as the white-hot nails were driven into his skull. Shrieking in agony he said, “Wait, I just committed suicide. I don’t belong here!” Please follow me on Twitter, and “Like” the Facebook author page. Don’t … Continue reading

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Selective Quotes Can Cost You Your Soul.

A few weeks ago a friend of mine put a post on Facebook with a link to her blog www.iliveloud.net. It was hot on the heels of the riot in the Texas State House during a vote on late-term abortion. … Continue reading

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