Pre-History by Kevin Hadley One day there comes a time when your younger years begin to speak the truth to you. [592 words]
Hello, Obsession. My Name Is Paranoia. by Michelle Bernard The deceivingly innocent penguins attack. [653 words]
We Storymaniacs Should Be The Best by Michael Harris An essay dealing with why I believe many of us Internet writers will one day... [1,101 words]
Cast The First Stone by Desi Williams - [244 words]
Why We Need Bush by Bryan King This article is based on fact (and of couse)partial opinion. [308 words]
What Is It With Fecamds? by Kennedy O Obohwemu - [472 words]
The Fight Against Aids-Is There A Ray Of Hope? by Kennedy O Obohwemu All we need is a lasting solution...just how far have we gone?ho... [902 words]
The Differance Between Nigger And Nigga-From A White Person's Point Of View by Bryan King Two of the almost same words, that ... [266 words]
Homosexual Couples Should Be Allowed To Marry by Shaun Stone This is an essay about the legalization of heterosexual marriage. [726 words]
G.Gun by Bryan King Gangs Get U Nowhere. [121 words]
A Writer's High by Bryan King This explains why people are addicted to writing. [175 words]
A Grandfather's Love by Mddoc The wonderful experience of having your first grandchild. [211 words]
The Meaning Of Love by Cj Schmowling Essay on the realization of a cheating lover [1,268 words]
Tales Of Tito: Essay Of An Inmate by David Daniels Are you a fan of the movie,'Goodfellas?' Then check out this story about the ... [2,718 words]
Same-Sex Marriage by Robbie Malcolm A persuasive essay arguing for the rights of couples to have same-sex marriages. [620 words]
Ruminations As Of 41205 by A Panos I wrote all of these humorous ruminations in the past few years, now I'm putting them d... [1,168 words]
Late September by The Good Girl Remember when the sparks used to fly? [416 words]
Gods Artwork And Power by Leo Rose This is what I think about God's artwork and his power and mercy. They are short but th... [416 words]
Eclipses And Popes by Kevin Hadley All of the talk in these quarters of late has been of eclipses and the way they appear like ... [647 words]
Does Curiosity Kill? by Leah Russell I describe my experience with whitewater kayaking and my understanding with curiosity. [417 words]
‘I'm Not A Christian, But I Play One On Sunday' by James Snyder After more than three decades of church ministry, I have come t... [890 words]
‘And How Do We Feel This Morning?' by James Snyder Without question, going to the hospital is teamwork from the time you arrive... [909 words]
Who Has The Greatest Job In The World? by James Snyder I have, in my opinion, the world's perfect job. Just look at the evidenc... [963 words]
The African Playwright: Old Stories, Present Day Realities by Adesola Orimalade A short essay that reviews the relevance of plays wr... [1,162 words]
How To Cash In On Your ‘Ailment Capital' by James Snyder Right after the president won his re-election bid for the White House,... [926 words]
Breaking Morals And Ethics, An Analysis Of Lolita By V. Nabokov by Keivn Luk Humbert was a fictional character created by th... [1,811 words]
Answer Right by Glendora Rider Short, 125 word commentary. [118 words]
The One Great Sermon That Got Away by James Snyder Most people don't realize ministers are obligated to prepare and preach one ... [886 words]
The Four Of Clubs by Kevin Myrick Second part to the Four of Diamonds. It has been called "a bible." [2,726 words]
The Debunking The Dreaded Shopping Spree by Steven R. Kravsow The English language has approximately 500,000 words, and these words,... [1,715 words]
Nurses, Bedpans And X-Rated Hospital Gowns by James Snyder Tuesday last I awoke from my nightly slumber with terrific pain in m... [923 words]
Love (An Essay On The Matter) by Desi Williams Maybe love really does exist for those who aren't as fortunate to have good looks... [368 words]
In My House, If It's Broken I Bought It by James Snyder Often a store has a sign with the warning, "You break it, you bought it... [907 words]
Be Happy, Join The Wednesday Worry Club by James Snyder Of all the people who know me, no one would say I am afflicted with wor... [918 words]
The Ninth Avenue El by Gregory J Christiano Rapid Transit had been a top priority for the city fathers in mid 19th Cenbtury Manhattan.... [3,038 words]
The Last Full Measure by Gregory J Christiano Abraham Lincoln on his way to address the crowd at the dedication of the Gettysburg cemet... [1,441 words]
The Four Of Diamonds by Kevin Myrick A bit of a rant about my generation's debt, prescription drugs, healthcare, and George W. ... [1,963 words]
The Five Points by Gregory J Christiano The old rookeries and dilapidated shanties that formerly abounded in the vicinity of the Five P... [897 words]
The First Joker In The Deck by Kevin Myrick This is an essay about my personal philosophy, or lack thereof. [1,098 words]
Six Of Hearts by Kevin Myrick First Post in my 52 series of essays on how I dislike social websites like thefacebook.com, and m... [654 words]
Save The Planet – More Fiction Than Fact by Richard Koss An essay. [1,537 words]
Review Of The Idea Of The Dictionary by G David Schwartz An essay. [1,770 words]
Moral Values - Who Needs Them? by Richard Koss An essay. [771 words]
Humanity Needs Islam by Wael El-Manzalawy The human nature means the soul and the body. There can never be a balance and harmony bet... [236 words]
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High School Rules by Ashley Rodriguez What a cheerleader learned from a goth. [500 words]
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The Enemy Within: How U.S. Corporations Orchestrate And Profit From The Deaths Of U.S. Soliders by Mike Schiller - [1,258 words]
Naturally And Artificially Flavored by Patrick T Collins Rambling, incoherent - my life. A mini-autobio. of sorts, including my pers... [1,711 words]
Naminalism by Sullivan Of The Sea Is this for you? Because it should be if you care about yourself. And our future. [228 words]
Dark Christmas by Chris Hofmann Did you ever get the feeling that there could be a dark side to Christmas? [1,040 words]
College Boys by Skyler Drevan - [558 words]
Worse Than Terrorism by Mike Schiller - [1,184 words]
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Jag's Random Thoughts by Just A Guy Just some wanderings of the mind. [263 words]
Islam And Internal Peace by Wael El-Manzalawy We are living in an age of conflicts and tensions. Islam is the cure of all these prob... [192 words]
I Wont Tell by Skyler Drevan This is not for the weak at heart type. This is a strong piece that is loosely based on my childhoo... [927 words]
I Wonder What They See In Me by Skyler Drevan When I walk down the street and people stare; what are they thinking? [629 words]
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This government is going to hell if we do not get rid of BUSH!!!!! Say what you will about this piece, but the fact remains that he, like Reagan, were the worst we have seen in years. BUSH, OUT!!
I am Jeff, writer, dreamer, realist.
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|AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (100)
A Battered Woman Looks In The Mirror (Short Stories) What does she see? [912 words]
A Memoir Of Angst (Poetry) - [50 words]
A Night At The Cineplex (Short Stories) Sometimes I feel like watching a flick, sometimes I feel like this. [957 words]
A Reflection Of Love (Poetry) - [23 words]
A Ride On The New York City Subway (Short Stories) If you live or have traveled on our lovely subway systems here, you would totally understand this piece. [1,115 words] [Drama]
A Spark Of Light Through The Valley (Poetry) - [253 words]
An Ode To Man's Best Friend (Poetry) - [199 words]
Another Beggar's At The Door (Poetry) - [221 words]
Asleep (Poetry) - [170 words]
Asphyxiate (Poetry) - [169 words]
Attorney At Law (Poetry) - [218 words]
Battle Cry (Essays) Another self discovery made in the middle of a restless night. [438 words] [Psychology]
Blue Bird (Poetry) - [142 words] [Fable]
Child Murder (Short Stories) Another story written for my psychology class on a study in child criminalization in the last fifty to a hundred years. [7,471 words] [Psychology]
Christianity (Non-Fiction) - [113 words] [Mind]
College Boys (Essays) - [558 words]
Confused Youth (Poetry) Haven't we all felt this way? [155 words] [Drama]
Conversations With A Hate Monger (Short Stories) A tale of the ramblings of a bigot. Make your own judgements. [1,090 words] [Drama]
Devoted Husband And Father (Short Stories) - [268 words] [Fable]
Disturbing Gift (Short Stories) This is a short story that has a taboo subject twist to it. Tell me what ya think. [262 words] [Fable]
Double Indifference (Poetry) - [43 words]
Drinking Coffee With Loveliness (Poetry) Loveliness is a metaphor in this poem about whatever makes you smile. [122 words]
Empty Barnyard In October (Poetry) - [207 words]
Extreme Panhandling (Essays) This is an article I wrote about a severe problem that plagues the beautiful city of New York. [1,191 words] [Drama]
Feeding Love With Hate (Essays) An article on three men dealing with their sexuality. [2,339 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
Forever Mystery (Poetry) - [136 words]
Friendship, Oblivion (Short Stories) Have you ever had a relationship like this? Have you ever had a friendship like this? I think I may be starting a special series. I can use more real accounts like this one. Yes, this is actual. [373 words]
From Kenya, With Love (Non-Fiction) True story. [1,644 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
Glum (Essays) I think this is self explaning. [207 words] [Drama]
Go Away! (Short Stories) She screamed louder than ever before. [254 words] [Fable]
Grace (Poetry) A little poem about my late grandmother Grace Johnson. You're always in my heart. [102 words]
Homosexual Agenda: Equality! (Essays) What gay people are really looking for. [1,647 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
Hopelessly Together (Poetry) - [108 words]
Human Abstract (Short Stories) Unusual art exhibit. [4,254 words] [Fan Fiction]
I Didn't Do All I Could (But I Tried) (Poetry) When you haven't done enough, but should have tried. [340 words]
I Miss You So Very Much (Non-Fiction) (Just For You) [493 words]
I Wonder What They See In Me (Essays) When I walk down the street and people stare; what are they thinking? [629 words]
I Wont Tell (Essays) This is not for the weak at heart type. This is a strong piece that is loosely based on my childhood. If you can take the sensitive content of this piece, read on. [927 words] [Relationships]
If I Could Do It Again (Poetry) Regret. [96 words]
If I Had Only Known Then (Poetry) - [36 words]
I'm Welcomed (Poetry) A feeling of bliss under the night sky. [67 words]
Intensely And Beautifully Obscene (Poetry) - [49 words]
Is It Still Today? (Poetry) A poem about everyday life. [196 words] [Drama]
Isn't It Strange? (Poetry) - [24 words]
I've Been Having These Dreams About You... (Non-Fiction) Something I wrote about a former boyfriend of mine. I really don't know why I'm posting this here but we'll see what happens. [243 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
Just A Kiss (Poetry) A poem written while vacationing in North Carolina in late July. [177 words]
Keeping Your Dignity And Creativity (Getting Published) (Essays) This is an article on rejection, how to get published and a few tips to follow. [2,169 words] [Writing Resource]
Life And It's Irony (Poetry) - [128 words]
Little Boy (Poetry) A short poem I wrote ten years ago when I was just twelve years old. I wrote it about myself and the way I thought my parents should look at me. [104 words]
Mommy, Was I A Mistake? (Short Stories) Hold me when I'm here and love me when I'm gone. [768 words]
Mother Please (Poetry) A poem about a mother in dire need of help. [133 words] [Drama]
Mr. Michael Jackson-The King Of Pop (Essays) Let me explain something to the reviewers who may make ignorant comments about this piece on Michael Jackson. I am not posting here to get anyone’s approval and I am not posting here to make friends. ... [382 words] [Drama]
My Fathers Eyes (Poetry) The relationship between a father and son. [59 words] [Drama]
My Swan Song (Poetry) - [78 words]
Our Bodies Are In The Way (Poetry) - [342 words] [Fantasy]
Overindulge (Poetry) When life has gone too far. [101 words] [Drama]
Partners Slowly Slipping Away (Poetry) - [218 words]
Playing With My Hair (Non-Fiction) This is a piece that I thought about writing while driving up the Florida Turnpike from West Palm Beach to Orlando. The mind wonders during such long trips. [228 words]
Please Say (Poetry) Longing. [111 words] [Relationships]
Plunge (Poetry) This is one of my final seven submissions to this site for a while. [173 words]
Probing (Short Stories) This is a short story I wrote for my psychology class. It's written as a sadistic persona similiar to that of Jeffrey Dahmer. I chose Jeffrey because he was the first serial killer I learned about as ... [1,489 words] [Psychology]
Reinvent The World (Poetry) If I were in charge, this is what it would be like. [206 words]
Remains (Poetry) - [56 words]
Ronald Reagan (Essays) Was he that good? [1,096 words]
Satisfaction Guaranteed: Refundexchange (Poetry) - [70 words]
Shame Or Protection (Non-Fiction) You be the judge. [985 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
Small World (Poetry) - [137 words]
Speak Freely (Short Stories) This is another addition to my "Fable" anthology I am creating. [258 words] [Fable]
Struggling To Face Reality (Essays) My thoughts on Bill Cosby and his recent comments. [1,577 words]
Success (Short Stories) Another part of my 'Fable' anthology. [275 words] [Fable]
The Cave (Poetry) - [296 words]
The Door (Short Stories) Another addition to my 'Fable' collection. [287 words] [Fable]
The Down-Low Life (It's A Two Way Street) (Non-Fiction) This is an article on the double life that women (bisexual, lesbian, curious or the like) lead behind the backs of their partners. This topic is often discussed but it is often focused on the men who ... [2,218 words] [Relationships]
The Fight (Short Stories) A true story narrarated by me about a horrible marriage and the fight that led to the bitter end. [1,499 words] [Drama]
The Fire Is Almost Out (Poetry) - [100 words]
The Fruitstand At Lunchtime (Poetry) - [72 words]
The Habit Of Being Gay (Poetry) This poem is in response to those who think that being gay is a "phase" or "habit" only explored by those who are curious. [87 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
The Mother Of All Birthdays (Short Stories) - [1,850 words] [Fan Fiction]
The Painful Mistake Of Losing You (Poetry) - [106 words]
The Plight Of Man (Poetry) - [215 words]
The Story Of Dan (Non-Fiction) - [2,036 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
The Study Of Balls (Poetry) The title may be a bit misleading. [114 words]
The Vacation In Vain (Poetry) - [42 words]
They Call Me Mellow Yellow (Non-Fiction) Complexion [2,063 words]
Thirsty (Poetry) A hunger, a greed or a passion? [144 words]
Thoughtless (Poetry) I wrote this one just a moment ago when I woke up after a restless sleep. I woke up feeling empty and decided to write. This is what came out of me. [160 words]
To All The Forgotten (Poetry) - [124 words]
To Whom Beauty Holds (Short Stories) All about Vanity. [2,545 words] [Fable]
Trust In Dreams (Poetry) - [100 words] [Fable]
Unanswered Letters (Short Stories) - [354 words] [Fable]
Unclear Explanation (Poetry) A poem written about uncertainty. [62 words]
Videotape (Short Stories) This is a short story I wrote after reading a particularly interesting book and was far too full of anxiety to sleep. This is a disturbing story that deals with cannibalism and pedophilia. I wrote it ... [7,472 words] [Crime]
Vulnerable (Essays) The middle of the night thoughts. This is a little something based on a seris of unsettling dreams I had in the middle of the night on February, 8th 2003. It's meaning is unknown even to me. I guess t... [263 words] [Mind]
Watching Me Fade (Poetry) - [54 words]
We Stand (Poetry) - [282 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
When Straight Guys Go Gay (Non-Fiction) This is a real life account of a guy my friends and I met online who had questions about his sexuality. [2,810 words] [Gay & Lesbian]
When The Ginger Boy Sings (Poetry) - [226 words]
With You Next To Me (Poetry) - [123 words]
Within The Depths Of His Eyes (Poetry) Only when you're truly in love, can you feel this way. [55 words]
Worms In My Grandmother's Garden (Poetry) An old peom I found that I wrote when I was very young helping my grandmother in her prized tomato garden. Circa, 1991. [120 words]
I woke up this morning, as I do every morning, and turned on the Howard Stern morning show. I was barely out of sleep when I heard some very distressing news. Apparently the scum sucking leeches that run this otherwise fine country of ours have nothing better to do than harass Mr. Stern.
A complete jerk-off Senator named Sam Brownback who represents the fine state of Kentucky, (as if being from that state doesn’t present its own problems) wrote several letters to the United States Government requesting the immediate fining of Howard Stern a total of three million dollars for every indecent word that comes out of his mouth. My question to him is: As a member of this United States Senate, is there nothing that is more important than what comes out of Stern’s mouth? Have the people who are in control completely lost their minds? Is it the republican agenda to completely turn this country into a latter-day American dictatorship? Howard Stern has entertained me for years and now his reign just may be over and that very thought angers and disgusts me to a great deal.
Ladies and gentlemen who agree with this lunatic named Brownback; I try to appeal to your better judgment. We are living in a world where American citizens are being beheaded in Iraq by masked religious fanatics. Their religiously fanatical rhetoric is not unlike the kind of hate that is floating around the Bush administration today.
No, Bush hasn’t beheaded anyone ever, however, like those cowards, he is using his power and indirectly placing American soldiers in danger everyday we are in Iraq for purposes only known to Bush himself. There are no weapons of mass destruction. Why still occupy their land? Baby Bush’s every move is being dictated by what “Jesus” wants and not what’s best for this country. We are living in a world where the religious right is taking over this society. Need I remind you that there is a distinct separation between church and state? Any leader basing his decisions on the word and will of God should immediately be taken to court for breaking what I consider a major law.
While we are on the topic of fining those so-called indecent radio and television personalities, how about fining Baby Bush himself for stealing the God-damned presidency when he so clearly lost to the people’s chosen president Al Gore? Why not fine the governmental officials who gave citizenship papers to the 9/11 terrorists just after 9/11? Why not fine the governmental officials who are allowing illegal Middle Eastern citizens to enter this country and pose a significant threat to this nation? Why not fine those officials who are not properly guarding our borders? Why, oh why are we focusing on Mr. Stern when there are so many other problems in this country? We are under constant attack from enemies abroad and who are we concerned with, Howard Stern’s mouth and Janet Jackson’s nipple? Has the United States finally gone mad? This is ridiculous!
This country is destined for hell if all we are concerned with is the frivolous things that make other countries like Canada and France laugh at is. Do you think that the Europeans would give a damn about Janet’s nipple? I must say I believe that Tony Blair, even though he has his head up Bush’s ass, would not have reacted to Janet’s boob the way Bush and his administration has.
President Bush and his FCC head, Michael Powell, Colin Powell’s son, are so concerned with Howard Stern that they have a distinct inability to efficiently do their jobs. Michael, a black man on the outside but white man on the inside; and ass kisser like his daddy, have started a war with Mr. Stern that even his daddy can’t protect him from. Sometimes I feel terribly sorry for Michael as I am sure he is unaware that Bush only appointed him and his father to their respected positions because he didn’t want to appear a certain way. I believe you know what way I am talking about. Michael Powell is a puppet for the Bush administration just like his daddy. I am sorry to say but I must state what is so obviously true to everyone but the Powell’s themselves.
I beg all the readers of this piece to go and support John Kerry and Michael Moore and his film Fahrenheit 9/11. It is indeed an accurate assessment of Bush and his band of thugs disguised as religious political leaders. If we do not succeed in relieving Bush of his presidential duties, we will all fail each other as a nation and as a people.
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"I think you're brave to express your thoughts so openly in here. Bravo!!!! I'm not an American, you know, just in my heart,I wish I could tell you more. " -- Dri.
"hey, I like your profile and I agree with you. You seem to be very straightforward and this makes all the difference sometimes....." -- Dri.
"Thank you so much Dri. I really appreciated your words and I cannot express how good it feels to finally read a review from someone who has a brain. You are a rare breed and we need more like you. Thanks again!" -- The Author.
"you're welcome, my dear. I do understand you. It seems I could "see" myself in your profile and trust me: always be yourself, no matter how much people criticize you. Never give up on your ideas just because you may hurt people's feelings. This is all b___. Not even Jesus Christ pleased the whole world and what a man He was and still is. Hugs." -- Dri.
"dang it all, saw your piece on bill cosby and for the first time found myself in agreement with you, now this. where to begin, maybe with the fact brownback is from kansas, not kentucky. only bring this up so we can establish everything you say isn't to be taken for gospel, especially to those from foreign soils. it's quite fine for you to feel howard stern is the great authority on all that is wrong or right with the U.S. some of us happen to feel he's just a loud mouth, ranting entertainer who happens to be more than a little crass but each of us is entitled to an opinion aren't we? or is it only the learned people of NY city are smart enoungh to understand the world. your comment on being from kentucky being a problem is downright laughable. i've lived in several states including ny and also lived in ny city for awhile. hate to break the news, all the smart people don't live in ny city, they just think they do. btw, i don't agree with censoring, i much prefer to do it myself. as for Bush not being duly elected, sorry buddy, that's been put to rest over and over and over again. even the combine put together by the leading liberal newspapers to do the recound couldn't find the votes in florida to make gore the winner, you really must get over it, it's not healthy to keep living a lie. france and canada laugh at us, gee isn't that a surprise. perhaps we should model ourselves after all the other countries in the world so they would love us, yeah right. wealth and power breeds jealousy and we have them. curious jeffrey, been to canada lately for some socialized health care? other than draft dodgers you won’t find many people leaving the U.S. to go to canada, can’t say the same in reverse. you have the right to hate our country, criticize it when you feel it's wrong and isn’t that great. i’ve probably run on too long but i really can’t let the powell comment go with out a rebuttal - a black man on the outside but white man on the inside - this is insidious, the race card comes flying out whenever a black man has a thought that doesn’t agree with the majority of blacks. Couldn’t possibaly be they are thinking for themselves. to me that sounds as racist as the n word. why can’t he have thoughts that differ without being painted as an Uncle Tom? does it scare you? should all whites, hispanics, europeans have the same thoughts? sounds a bit like '1984' to me." -- just a guy.
"WOW! First of all let me say that I am pleased and honored that you have taken so much time to review my piece. I had no idea it enraged you so. Let's begin. First off, Bush did lose the popular vote to Gore. The Florida recount is more complicated than you can imagine. Many votes were tossed out for "unknown or silly" reasons. That, my dear, is a fact. The mix-up over Kansas and Kentucky, well, honest mistake. Not unlike ones our president haven't made in the past. If he can, why can't I? In any event, moving on. I do believe that The Powell’s are "uncle Toms" though I do not agree with that term. I believe that they are smart men; however they are still puppets for the right; which makes them all together, ignorant. As for Howard Stern, well, he has been around for 20 years and the 20 million who listen to his disagree with your comments on his career. Yes he is a loud mouth; however he cannot and shall not be silenced because of a dictator like Bush. Neither will I. Say what you will about me but I will continue to bash Baby Bush as long as he is our "leader." Bashing Canada and France will not make my point any less true. With major issues upon us, are Howard Stern and Janet Jackson all that need to be addressed? Once again, thank you Dri. I very much appreciate your comments. Anyway, Just a Guy, if I had the time or concern right now, I would address, in more detail, your comments. Alas, I do not" -- Jeffrey, The Author.
"Who do you think can run this country better than Bush. Your so thick headed that you even realize people like Howard Stern and Michael Moore are the reason for our problems in society. I say we send people like you to a little island and let you defend yourself againist terroist. By te way how in the world do you think Bush lost to Gore. Look who supports Bush(respectable politcans wiht morals) and Kerry(celebrities). Your so ignorant you don't even realize what your supporting. your a coward american and it is a shame our troops even defend you." -- bill.
"Your anger and sheer ignorance at my piece is laughable at best. Have a nice day!" -- The Author.
"So you wouldn't mind if we sent you John and Michael Moore to an island and let them bomb. You are such and idiot can't you realize with people like Howard Stern on the radio and tv are societies morals are deprived. Your simple can't link morals with entertainment. Howard Stern is a trash and no wonder we have such a corrupt society cause of peoplelike you supporting him. This country was based on morlity but with liberal pushing gay marraige and banning the ten commandments no wonder we have problems. I can't wait til your kids come on tell you there Gay maybe then you will see how important President Bush is. " -- bill.
"Laugh Out Loud!" -- The Author.
"Ofcourse you are laughing out loud your intelligence is mystifying." -- bill.
"YAWN! " -- The Author.
"Your own stupidity has finally tuckered you out." -- Bill.
"Dude, get a LIFE!!" -- The Author.
"As long as it's not as pathetic as yours its a good one." -- Bill.
"I am officially bored with you. Any further comments will be deleted as I ALWAYS have the last laugh. Bye. " -- The Author.
"Sounds like a sore loser is in the house. Well know wonder your you are a liberal cause you like to lose. Just like Gore lost and just like Kerry is going to lose to Bush. Go ahead claim to have the last laugh but if anything in life is certain, if history has taught us anything it is I will not be the one standing when the music stops." -- Bill.
"I must inform you I will be away for a while but just remeber the greatest trick the devil every pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist." -- Bill.
"Thank God he's gone. Some people have NO life what-so-ever." -- The Author.
"you michael moore would make a good couple" -- bill.
"I like your article-the one about Bill Cosby. But this one-no, it sucked. You don't even have half your info right, and the info that is right is put across in the ususal liberal way. If you don't support Bush, who do you support: John Kerry?-the man that supports partial birth abortion? (that means that when the baby is born, the doctors suck their brains out) Or maybe Howard Dean-the man thaty has no control of his anger. the man that has called our great prsident Dissrespectful names in public? You are agreat writer Mr.Dreaven, but your liberal ideas are the same that said 9/11 was Bush's fault, and the proffesor that said the people that died in 9/11 deserved it. thanks for the Bill Cosby article, i really enjoyed it. But by the end of this article, i was bored. GO BUSH!!!!!!! " -- Bryan King.
"I must say, Bryan, that I thank you for your comments on my pieces. Both of them. They are very old but I thank you anyway. Living in this great country of ours--Bush in office or not--gives you and I both the right to disagree. I choose to exercise that right. I did support John Kerry and I DO NOT support this ridiculous war. I understand your boredom of this piece as a Bush supporter. But unlike Mr. Ward Churchill, the professor to which you refer, I do not believe that the events of 9/11 had anything to do with those innocent. We did not deserve it but things are not getting better. If you can't see that, then you are just as blind as Bush." -- The Author.
"No thank you. I don't agree with your opinion, but i will respect your rights. I would like you to read what i've written about racism, and tell me what you think. Could you do that? I would like to have a professional opinion. thank you very much " -- Bryan King.
"Will do." -- Jeff.
"I forced myself to read (skim) some of your other postings to see if there was anything else you might have written even by accident, that had some objectivity or redeeming quality. It was all the same drivel and garbage. Never have I seen a writer (I'm being kind) display such self-centered, egomaniacal arrogance while having so little that is worthwhile to say. You are one sad, sick, little homosexual. If you live long enough, you will become an old, pathetic, even more disgusting homosexual. Quite a future to look forward to. " -- Richard.
"I just stumbled across this writer because someone familiar with him told me what a creep he is. I had to see for myself so I read a couple of his pieces including this one. I can imagine how this guy Bill must have cracked up the author when he said "I can't wait till your kids tell you their gay" The only way Skyler will ever have kids is if science finds a way to implant ovaries in his rectum." -- Chester.
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