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Lasagna With a Side of Advice

Lasagna With a Side of Advice

I became a writer because of lasagna. Some people have stories of being heavily impacted by a book they read as a child. Others will tell you that they felt a calling to put words to paper the first time they held a pen. I discovered my passion because of baked noodles. I loved writing […]

By September 14, 2012 7 Comments Read More →
An Awakening, A Story About Asperger’s

An Awakening, A Story About Asperger’s

My wife knew before I did, she is in her second year of grad school working on a Special Education degree with an emphasis on autism. She would give me hints that behaviors that I had were behaviors that were on the Autism spectrum. I thought some of what she said made sense because our […]

By September 12, 2012 21 Comments Read More →
Romeny’s Voodoo Economic Plan – Part 2 of the Double R Medicine Show

Romeny’s Voodoo Economic Plan – Part 2 of the Double R Medicine Show

The heart of Romney’s case for his presidency is his business experience and his economic insight. In order to effectively evaluate and expose the fallacious and deceptive nature of these assertions, it is necessary to spend some time and effort recognizing and appreciating the distinction between sound, supported theories and fetching, fabricated stories. It is […]

By September 12, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Movie Review: Puncture

Movie Review: Puncture

[media-credit name=”Courtesy of Millennium Films” align=”alignleft” width=”202″][/media-credit]Question: Are you afraid of needles? I am, never in my life have I ever been able to handle needles. When I was a child, my fear was so intense that when I would get a cavity filled I would forgo the Novocain because the huge metal syringe looked […]

By September 10, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
Expats Radio Talks with Katy Kern

Expats Radio Talks with Katy Kern

[media-credit name=”Katy Kern” align=”alignright” width=”150″][/media-credit]Host Bill Friday of the Expats Media project and It’s Always Friday talks with poet, writer, and movie reviewer Katy Kern. Join us as we talk about Katy’s interview with filmmaker David P. Baker, poetry, and, of course, movies. Listen to internet radio with Expats Media Presents News on Blog Talk […]

By September 1, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Expats Radio Talks with Bill Friday

Expats Radio Talks with Bill Friday

[media-credit name=”Bill Friday” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit]Join host “Hurricane” Dean Walker as he talks with popular blogger and screenplay writer Bill Friday. Listen to internet radio with Expats Media Presents News on Blog Talk Radio Copyright protected by DigiproveAll Rights ReservedOriginal content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:Read OnlyLicense Summary:You may read the original content in the context […]

By August 24, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
Expats Radio Talks with Dani Heart,Take Two!

Expats Radio Talks with Dani Heart,Take Two!

Hurricane Dean Walker of the Expats Media project talks with poet ,essayist, and newest Expats Member Dani Heart. We will take about her LGBT and other political activism, as well as her recent articles on addiction, her poetry, and much more. Listen to internet radio with Expats Media Presents News on Blog Talk Radio Copyright protected by DigiproveAll […]

By August 10, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
Small Town Sebastopol vs. Big Chase Bank/CVS/Armstrong Developer

Small Town Sebastopol vs. Big Chase Bank/CVS/Armstrong Developer

[media-credit id=2 align=”aligncenter” width=”275″][/media-credit]  By Shepherd Bliss   Small town Sebastopol residents in Northern California have been waging a fierce David vs. Goliath struggle against the powerful Chase Bank, CVS Pharmacy, and Armstrong Development for two years. The implications of this struggle extend beyond this one town, as big business continues to seek to expand […]

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