Monday, April 23, 2018

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THE SCENE: A butcher's shop in Instantcowbull. Sawdust strewn floor. Enter two meat workers. Morning coffee. Table with a simmering pot.Though shy the both had the hots for each other. Their chops were close. Their lips pursed. He trembled. She trembled. He touched her flank, she flexed her hindquarters, spare ribs sighed. It was inevitable. He rolled his cow eyes at her. She rolled her cow eyes at him. Their eyes met across the floor. They quivered in anticipation. Their eyes entwined in sawdust. He couldn't take his eyes... Read More

Sadly a large proportion of applicants are unaware of strategies that they can sue to get hired in a dream job. If you’re also a job seeker and want to speed up your recruitment process with a solid resume then you’re reading the right content. Have a look at the information shared below to grow your career with the best opportunities.

Get your needs met

Usually jobseekers skips to add powerful info that could allow them to impress the recruiter, Make sure to add each and every material that can allow you to satisfy the recruiter. It is observed that applicants who showcase their... Read More


I'm angry as hell because my S jumper idea has been pinched, though i still write it mostly and i'm sure my leather reader agrees on that.

See, years ago when i was strong as, handsome as, fit as, with a flowing mane of Elvis leather hair a woman would fly down a L Lane just to feel my biceps, I got my daddy to weld up a genuine steel man jumper out of Kevlar i stole off a cop to ward off his acid remark how (agreed with my daddy who rang him) that i would not only never fly...i would never ever amount to a leather bee's dick as a writer!

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History is a wonderful companion. Ask any histor rical woman. Beth Ohairier Makeadoodlesing of Irish lineage who invented the square potato to stop the menfolk of Highhill province from having to chase the formerly round type rolling downhill, made a replica of the Titanic out of potato in her sink. It did. Beth was a bearded lass of many talents.

Beth invented electricity by simply rubbing her chubby little legs together. However the end rub was that Beth wasn't prepared to have her toes connected to a makeshift grid to power the town up. Especially... Read More

You may be “blowing off” your English comp courses in college – big mistake! You may not realize, as you are making your way through college, how important writing skills are to almost every profession on the planet. People who write well engender confidence and respect on the part of their superiors, colleagues, and, perhaps more important, customers and clients. People who can’t write well lose respect, no matter how talented they may be. And, for those who are good at writing, there are career opportunities like never before!

Writing in Non-Writing Professions

Sit up and take notice.... Read More

DIY approach can bring interesting results when it comes to house decoration. If you are handy, there are practically no boundaries when it comes to the amount and type of work you can do yourself. That is, if you have the required tools and funds, both of which can be significant limitation factors. However, very often it skillful hands and a good idea bring surprising results and this is what we are going to cover today. Therefore, enjoy our selection of affordable DIY ideas any home can make use of.

Refresh your walls

The best way to give your home a new outlook is to start... Read More

3D or not 3D? D QUESTION IS DAT. riginal.

As a brain focus freelance journalist sent to Geneva in the late spring of winter 2069 (convoluted nature?), i did so with much trepidation. My quest was to cover the emerging threat of a 3D 'nearly there' brain some scientists were saying had the propensity to surpass head transplantation. A very viable option according to the left. That in itself was an inherent factor. A group of early politicians with need of lefty transplants, volunteered. However, the right head transplant early volunteer pollies protested so loudly there was a temporary... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?