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Poem / Humor

May 23, 2016

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The Booksie Classic House

Why the sudden insistance on photo id for everyone? Just a poem I wrote on the subject. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A big surprise awaits a Private Detective who is working a case in the year, 2060. Things have changed, and are going to change even further. Read More
Paul goes on a routine diplomatic journey to Russia. Russia has been plagued by a deep economic crisis and is now more isolated than ever. Coalition pressures have drove China to swear off Russian exports. For much of Russia the quality of life has sank below that of many developing… Read More
Fiction centered around covert and clandestine operations, genocide, ultra-right, population growth, surveillance, AI, Machine learning, big data, data analytics Read More
Fiction centered around clandestine and covert operations involving surveillance, data forensics, language processing, AI, machine learning, pandemic, population growth, war on terror Read More
Voight joins a team to conduct surveillance on 3 targets at a resort for 3 nights during a festival. Without his assigned team partner Jenny, Voight assists Team 2 with their third and final target. Episode 2: part 3 Read More
Voight joins a team to conduct surveillance on 3 targets at a resort during a festival for 3 nights. Voight and his assigned team partner Jenny assist Team 2 on their second target. Episode 2: part 2 Read More
Voight joins a team to conduct surveillance on 3 targets at a resort during a festival for 3 nights. Voight and his assigned team partner Jenny take on their first target. Episode 2: part 1. Read More
Following the recent revelations about the National Security Agency surveilling American citizens, we need to examine the impact of these programs in the context of our nation's laws and propensity for abuse going forward. Read More
The main character has or does not have a psychotic break when he hears a familiar "click" in the ceiling of his home office. Read More

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Vultures of different kinds looking for prey in the big city. Read More
Pertinent History and First Ever Public Discussion of Active Auroral Behavior Modification and Surveillance Technologies. Read More
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