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2018 first fiction

audience participation experimental format accidentally, I posted a flirty thing in a lesbian group and someone replied. so I played it off. and am turning it into a first fiction written, because they are just words that I do not … Continue reading

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Netflix Revue: Happy Valley

After the first episode, I was relieved to see that there was two series of 6 episodes. On the second episode, dot dot dot Happy Valley (TV Series 2014– ) – IMDb Happy Valley (TV series) – Wikipedia There is … Continue reading

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Images: The Silent and Black&White Era

Thomas Edison, patent thief and capitalistic robber baron robbed Tesla of his scientific stature as much as fame, although there is no mad scientist archetype in real life more than him. Nikola Tesla realized that the Earth Itself is a … Continue reading

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When Acronyms Become Words…

ISIS  .. International Space Station? Egyptian Goddess…. ABCs instead of Alphabet… Double Dose Of Bad Earthquake News (Science 2.0) “scientists” the media would have you, be mystified by a newly realized understanding of a phenomenon or that one observation can overturn … Continue reading

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Hollywood and (insert)isms

I am unsure why people are surprised that movies are not representative of the public, they never have been. The very blueprint format of movies – scripts – are encoded  as production breakdown, not to be seen by the viewers, … Continue reading

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The Importance of Folk Tales

Also known as fairy tales; cautionary warnings and morality tales, the core lessons to adventure, don’t be greedy or deal overmuch in magical things or beings. Durham University anthropologist Dr Jamie Tehrani, said Jack and the Beanstalk was rooted in … Continue reading

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Folkie Fairy Tales: Stories for the Masses

Out of the house and Into The Woods Over to Grandma’s house we go..Into the Woods Where Folkie Fairy Tales all Tell you Not to Go, or at least, don’t stray from the path. Don’t eat toadstools or talk to … Continue reading

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