Tuesday, March 19, 2019

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The old elk stood irresolute, its battle -scarred flanks quivered with resignation. Displaying scant fear it lifted its head,gazed at the forest,then blankly at its tormentor as he took aim and gently squeezed off a series of rapid shots. The weary animal posed again, then nudged the hunter's pocket for his reward.


He scooped angrily in the murky water. The ensuing turbulence alerted her, she evaded him despite blood trailing from the deadly cut in her side. They had separate mutual respect at first, but respect gave way to murderous intent.... Read More


In the studio with me today i have 103- year- old Eric Dribble (on occasion) who turned his failing memory into a powerful tool. Eric, welcome. Are you ready to be drilled?"

ERIC:" Bore me."

Riginal:" Eric you were saying before we came on air that you found your memory was failing. Indeed, it must have been a nuisance getting out of your car with your retractable seat belt on prior to vege shopping and did you overcome this Eric?"

ERIC:" Well young bland, first i lengthened the seat belt."

R:" And how did... Read More

There is nothing better than the sight of a child’s smile and the sound of a child’s laughter. It really brings joy to the heart that cannot be found in any other instance. Many parents go through great lengths to find the toy that will bring that joy to their children. They want a toy that will last more than a season. With the festive season approaching, parents are searching high and low for the best presents for their children. It does not have to be that complicated. Relax parents; we have some great ideas to share with you!

How about getting a T-Shirt with their favorite pattern... Read More


My drug sniffer dog Boofy has gone missing. Please help me. His friends call him Boof. y? his tale was cut short by a humorless publisher.

Boofy has been credited with having the cognitive pungency of Donald T on a bad hair day. To his credit though, Donald, with the aid of political smelling/'shelling' the opposition salts, pipped Boof at the political post thus Boof did the Democratic thing, conceded defeat, and de tale and de telling of porkies. In doggie position bark Boof had this to pant pon his four- legged withdrawal from the political scream.

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One of the common myths about the writing skills is that it is something that you are born with and cannot learn. Actually it is not like that at all. Surely, there have been some talented writers who could write memorizing texts knowing nothing about what they do. However, in most cases, about 90% of success depends on hard work and persistence and only 10% of it is about talent. Every person who truly wants it can write if not genius, but solid texts that will capture readers’ attention and keep it to the very last word. Here are some tips for such people.

1. Get your readers interested... Read More

There are so many people who want to write today. Some want to write books and make a living out of it, some want to blog and become known for that and some just want to share their thoughts with whoever wants to read them. In any case, people want to grow and develop their writing skills. Here are some ways to do that.

Getting rid of unnecessary filler words

Well, they kinda stand on your, like, way. There are some words both in conversational speech and written language that you want to use less. Often these are words such as “like”, “you know”, “well”, “sort of/kind of”,... Read More


Floggers put down your vinyl comments. Rest your weary replica butts. Oh religious ones of nary a comment when presented with anything remotely suggestive of smoke and mirror 'insert' by over imaginative Biblical scholars of yore inscription.

Bit like the author of 'Chariots of the Gods.' "I entered this cave and saw...!" A chap in the cave with the over imaginative author admonished the descriptive 'Aladdin's Cave' insert in what was an interesting doco to say the least, saying that it was a load of descriptive... 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?