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ABYSMAL WORDS

Uncategorized | Jul.26, 2003

ABYSMAL WORDS

I see you and I whimper grimly, my stomach spins a turnYour smile as wide as a rainbow, arches over the tenderYour magic eyes, still full of lust, the hearts of many burnCharm and wit, that’s all you knew, broken hearts you render.Forget not the love and affection I once feltI, fragile and naïve, took your vows at heartForget not the hurt, and pain I once dealt But, I was perfect aim; you the naked dart.

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Uncategorized | Jul.25, 2003

Story Idea

levenson@visualcontent.com Why is it so difficult to find quality literature? Publishers have suffocated the arts focusing not on the words, but on the profits in the words. For authors, PulpBits.com offers respectable recognition and international exposure at no cost. Authors…

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Uncategorized | Jul.23, 2003

Revisionist history unnecessary to save Blair’s legacy

In the State of the Union address delivered in January, Mr. Bush stated, “The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.” While the statement itself is true, it was not wise on the part of Mr. Bush and CIA chief George Tenet to include another country’s intelligence in a presidential speech, especially intelligence that the CIA had not verified. On Thursday, Mr. Blair put Mr. Bush’s clear mistake into perspective by reminding Congress of the great necessity of Saddam Hussein’s deposition.

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Uncategorized | Jul.23, 2003

A new direction for America’s Past: George W. Bush for Commissioner!

George W. Bush, despite the political flaws I tend to point out, is a diehard baseball fan. He brought baseball back to Washington, granted it was with five-year-olds and a T-Ball stand. He owned a team (and ineptly traded Sammy Sosa to the Chicago White Sox). The job his father gave was never his first choice—he wanted to run baseball, not the United States of America. Allow Dubya to take the reins of baseball and promote the sport. After all, by the time Selig leaves baseball, Bush will have been unemployed for two years.

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Uncategorized | Jul.23, 2003

What I believe … about baseball

It’s the middle of July. Wolrdly politics are brewing, the economy isn’t turning around and America is still at war. Mike Raia, though, has taken the summer off from his usual “Angry Young Man” rants and returned to his first love—baseball. He believes The Wave should be banned and that Washington deserves a team. What else does he believe? Take a look.

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