Posted on 07 May 2016.
Last to step into the crater, into a cloying sweetness. Through the tropic of cancer, where filtered met his bastard brother wind and sent the duster flapping about my legs. Plastic encased boxes lined the wall. Was he really moving or had he finally arrived? Alone, going forward in large wide steps, squeezing my mania. […]
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Posted on 02 February 2016.
And it probably won’t matter. So… will Super Bowl 50 be Peyton’s last game? Denver quarterback Peyton Manning has won five NFL MVP Awards – two more than any other player. He has the most passing yards and most touchdown passes in NFL history. But he missed six games during regular season and, coupled with […]
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Posted on 22 December 2015.
Notes for a thesis Anniversary of the Great Warming Ariana Nicole De La Jueva 17th October 2114 They say in the Third Republic everyone knew where they were the day of the last assassination. The day the Proxies won the vote, when the Turbine Corp, a subsidiary of General Dynamics, took control of the senate and once […]
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Posted on 18 December 2015.
Homestead Airport, reading the sign, ‘last gas before the Keys’ waiting for Gordo, true to his heritage already an hour late. The jet humming quietly, just hear Itzhak Perlman weaving his violin around Wolfgang’s Third, sipping on a bone china cup of Earl Grey looking at the ground wondering what it was caused concrete to […]
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Posted on 16 December 2015.
I like words… take baroque for example, perfect for purpose, describe, hear it in places of acoustic grandeur that lend themselves to intonation the very word itself. Baroque; I have heard of from the lips of Griff Rhys-Jones, the Not the Nine o’Clock news GR-J, not the plonker rowing around the world with Brian O’Dara […]
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Posted on 14 December 2015.
And when she picks wild flowers she wonders should she go or stay Now that Sligo fair is just a week away It was the beginning of the end; what little snow there was lay under eaves, in the darkest corners. Its tearful farewell making the path a little more twisted, every day a step […]
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Posted on 11 December 2015.
The much-anticipated return to Dick’s proved to be everything he feared it would be. At that time Wayne was teaching Peter Gabriel, who was in Val with his girlfriend Rossana Arquette, and his boss, head of Virgin Records, Richard Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Branson had rented one of Mountain Lodges gorgeously appointed chalets at Vieux […]
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Posted on 04 December 2015.
More mass shootings have occurred in the United States throughout 2015 than there have been days. 1,052 mass shootings in 1,066 days or 354 this year I was so amazed by this I was convinced the reporter had misspoken; rewound, rewound to listen a third time. More than one a day, is this possible? Have we […]
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Posted on 04 December 2015.
Andy sorted another round then settled for the telling of his third and latest debacle. Just last summers, as Ian was fighting his own demons, Andy, with an associate named Dunston, had purchased a powerboat and set off for Asia Minor with the intention of teaching water skiing to the new wave of tourist the […]
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Posted on 01 December 2015.
Exonerated… I’m the guy told you so. Bench Manning. Took an injury, but fate moves in mysterious ways. The kid aka Broc the Rock aka Brock Osweiler is 2 and oh including a fourth quarter come from behind, an overtime win and a win over Brady and the Patriots. Yep, all that in two games […]
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