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By Martin Carter
We put so much blind faith in computer technology donâ€™t we?
For example. When you go to the supermarket, you spend ages piling your trolley high with the things you need, then queue for what seems an eternity behind other customers with trollies piled equally high but who have managed to...
A brief essay on man and how we as a society have veered from the path our forefather's had planned for us when they laid out the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. I go into detail just how big our National debt is and the unspoken unfunded liabilities. I also discuss the Federal...
This is the completely politically correct response to my letter explaining that videotaping a person collecting a urine drug screen test as opposed to having a live same sex observer in the room was against the 4th amendment of the Constitution.
By Mikhail Kryzhanovsky
The biggest anti-American conspiracy in American history.
By Wily Geist
Before the Internet, people took to sending letters for Christmas about what they accomplished and why their families were perfect. For years, we were plagued by this form of advertising, but there always seems a catch-22 to life.
This is true story, but the names have been changed so nobody...
By Neil Killion
Provides a summary of the correlations between key events in the career of Bill Gates and my 'Life Cycles' significant years. Tells the Microsoft story through from a unique angle.
Article | Updated Oct 31, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The cow that jumped over the moon (a.k.a. Bob) has a cousin. He's a pig, whose name is Bill. He wants to jump over Mars. Read This Book. Please. I asked nicely.
This is my take on the life of a dollar bill. It's happier than you think!
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 16, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
On February 4, 2014 The Creation museum hosted a debate between their own Ken Ham and the
By Alaa Hseiki
Handicapped person who could overcome all the obstacles that he faced
Essay | Updated Feb 15, 2014 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Lisa Holden lives in Seattle, she loves to travel, dance, watch old films and she's a vampire. Don't worry, she won't bite. When Lisa was newly turned at the age of twenty-two in 1890, she was trained to protect the human race by her maker. So when dead girls start showing up around Seattle,...
Literary endeavor Alpha Beta
Savoring Tastes made suiltable
fruitlike Consistancy SugarCane Sweet
for the Chosen Known few who adore the
exploratory factor at Hand with Pen notations
equating the Nexus of Skill Balance
Scaled weight waiting for delivery
Bill of Lading Stating...
Buying a car can be difficult if you are unaware of the current laws in California. The article provides an understanding of the existing laws and tips for buying a used car.
By Juli Monat
Doctor, I'll bring the money later.
Miscellaneous | Updated Mar 8, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
There is a secret society of aging adults that are just on the cusp of being forgotten. Not as mobile as they once were they may not get out much. Their adult children have lives of their own so are not often seen. A spouse may have already passed and the individual is left aloneâ€¦ alone to...