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CODE BLUE : Buckeyes, Cows and Traveling Across America Serving Farmers. By Kirk Schultz B.S.
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91-Trip to NM; 92- St John's MI Mint Festival; 93 - CA Internship & drive across country to Gettysburg & MD Labor Day; 94 - Bait & Switch in CA & the East / West AGR 1986 tax... More > retaliation battle, 8 Western States & WI, IA & MN; 95 - Dad's Heart Attack; 96 - Urbana, Nutrition & Lykes 7 Ranch FL, Marysville & Dublin Pick-up Basketball; 97 - Rose Bowl, Napa, Olentangy Commons & Posilac; 98 - Grad School OSU, Mandy Slater, NM & NY; 99 - Monsanto - Finance/Animal Science Thesis, Jacobs Field & LOL Offer.< Less
CODE BLUE : Buckeyes, Cows and Traveling Across America Serving Farmers. By Kirk Schultz B.S.
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91-Trip to NM; 92- St John's MI Mint Festival; 93 - CA Internship & drive across country to Gettysburg & MD Labor Day; 94 - Bait & Switch in CA & the East / West AGR 1986 tax... More > retaliation battle, 8 Western States & WI, IA & MN; 95 - Dad's Heart Attack; 96 - Urbana, Nutrition & Lykes 7 Ranch FL, Marysville & Dublin Pick-up Basketball; 97 - Rose Bowl, Napa, Olentangy Commons & Posilac; 98 - Grad School OSU, Mandy Slater, NM & NY; 99 - Monsanto - Finance/Animal Science Thesis, Jacobs Field & LOL Offer.< Less
BIRTH OF BARBARA By SANDY THOMAS
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BIRTH OF BARBARA Paul and Amy's marriage was failing until they decided to switch roles. With his mother-in-law's training, Paul becomes "Barbara" with all the normal housewife duties and... More > dress. Excerpt: Then, one night, Amy came home and told Barbara that Harold, her boss, had invited her to go dining and dancing, in celebration of the completion of the Fall layout schedule. She said, “I don’t know why he asked, he knows I’m married.” “I think you should go, dear,” Barbara encouraged. Even Paul was surprised by his own absence of jealousy. In the old days, Paul would have been insanely jealous. Now it was a kind of naughty and fun that a man was attracted to his loving wife. Amy said, “I told Harold that I could never go out with another man while my husband's `relative' was a house guest? He told me that I should get you a date,” Amy giggled. “All expenses paid and you get a new dress!” Illustrated. TRANSVESTIA FICTION #14. Completely revised 3-2012 116 pages. IN THE PINK< Less
Immaculate Motion Pictures By André Klein
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Immaculate Motion Pictures is a collection of English contemplative poetry, featuring timeless topics of the Perennial Wisdom traditions and reworking them on a contemporary background. The book... More > comes in a handy pocket-format to be taken along the trains, subways and launderettes of the 21st century. excerpt: “For almost a decade Immaculate Motion Pictures were sewing poetry into uniforms”, in fact it further claims, they were the ones who invented what today is called “street art”. They were covering the walls with calligraphies of mystic medieval texts. They copied the Gospel onto sidewalks with a very resistant glue on which after a few days the word was written from cigarette butts, dead flies and newspaper scraps for all the world to witness. They scrawled their messages onto windshields of cars in fluorescent paint which was only visible by night. They spoke their poems by heart in trains. They fired repeated verses into the radio waves of the Gestapo and kept switching channels."< Less
Immaculate Motion Pictures By André Klein
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Immaculate Motion Pictures is a collection of English contemplative poetry, featuring timeless topics of the Perennial Wisdom traditions and reworking them on a contemporary background. The book... More > comes in a handy pocket-format to be taken along the trains, subways and launderettes of the 21st century. excerpt: “For almost a decade Immaculate Motion Pictures were sewing poetry into uniforms”, in fact it further claims, they were the ones who invented what today is called “street art”. They were covering the walls with calligraphies of mystic medieval texts. They copied the Gospel onto sidewalks with a very resistant glue on which after a few days the word was written from cigarette butts, dead flies and newspaper scraps for all the world to witness. They scrawled their messages onto windshields of cars in fluorescent paint which was only visible by night. They spoke their poems by heart in trains. They fired repeated verses into the radio waves of the Gestapo and kept switching channels."< Less