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Random First Lines:I don't want to be infected but I cannot live alone anymore
This essay focuses on ethical consumerism and building an ethical consumer society.
Essay | Updated May 11, 2015 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dan Fritzmann
Our future... How do you imagine it? Is it safe? At least... is it... life?
Part Two of my ridiculous social satire The United States of Supersave, about the perspective of one man as he witnesses the rise of the corporation within his community.
This article is an overview to a forthcoming paper on the problem of western societies growing weight problem as measured by the Body Mass Index (BMI). Data is taken from the OECD, WHO, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the aim to provide further evidence of the causal nature of the...
This creature lives inside me.
My review on the movie Avatar for a school science project=)
Monetary Economics and the effects on our society.
By The Dead Poet
Poetry | Updated Oct 3, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Fauxe has always been alone, the only ones who have ever loved her will be forgotten and the she is losing the raging battle inside her soul.
This is a short story I wrote about a young man who loses his new wife, Fidelia, to consumption, also known as tuberculosis. She comes to him again, and leads him to reunite with her. This is in compliance to the ghost stories the Victorians were so fond of, and of course, is chocked full of the...
When reading this, please imagine someone in a corset and pettycoats reading this. lol. A poem from a lady to her dead lover. Yay for morbidity. Tea and crumpets, thanks for reading! =D
By Angie Sass
Something for everyone. its about how only people who love for the sake of love will prosper in this world.
The possible relationship between Energy Consumption, the Global Economy, Poverty and International Terrorism
The relationship between the mass consumption of petroleum energy, global climate change, human existence and the environment is discussed in terms of possible consequences.