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The Tao of Pitch Forking Poets By Edward Kelley
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This book is the tale of my spiritual awakening from 1990 to 2003, chronicled into a form that I call “word art“. In regards to the title, it was during the years of 2002 to 2004, the... More > opposition that I had received from life, while attempting to publish this book of poetry was so overwhelming that I had a nervous break down. I was "pitch forked" by my karma. Since I first published this book in 2004, I have had three strokes rendering me partially blind, a 7.5cm arortic aneurysm over my heart, corrected along with a thoric vavle replacement in August of 2007. To top it all off, I was diagnosed with renal cancer as well... All of this time, I was fighting to live. In these years past I have no regrets within regards to the events that unfolded. I am thankfull that I have had a chance to share this with you. This book is for my family, an anthology of poetry and journal excerpts printed in a lasting format that everybody can enjoy. Peace be.< Less
VEGESIGNES English By Laval Chabon
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The fusion between the hearing and the picture. According to audio waves and their curves logics shown by an oscilloscope, all letters, characters and numbers should be written openly because that... More > they represent auditive sounds and should be drawn alike. Take important note that the sound wave cannot go back to it's starting point. Otherwise, our eyes would be trapped, and we would be caught. There should be only one line pen writeable by character, with no cutting strokes, and no detached accents. Under-based "t" is submitted and understood, because that the most silent structure is down; it is the ground horizontally under our feet. All dots and diaresis should be stucked. All characters should be drawned unlocked. They should be no drawings for the eyes. Yes. If the images are worth one thousand words, they are not quite very wise and they are showing us one good thousand troubles. From now, they include 188 languages wide at openfontlibrary.org . I'm just taking it easy.< Less
Memories of Sand: Excerpts of Computer Thought Photography By TEER
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The images in this book were created in the realm of the unseen. These are “photos” from the void that mostly goes unnoticed, the space between computer generated lines. In 1997 while... More > using a tablet and a Macintosh Quadra I waxed about what was happening in this dance of bitmapped lines. When painting with oils and charcoal I am always fascinated by the texture and mini compositions that happen between the strokes of a brush. As the brush rides across the canvas a universe is created in its “wake”. A professor once told me that every inch of a painting has to be alive. If one were to cut a painting into one-inch squares each inch would become a new separate work of art. Light and shadow dancing with thin and thick, layers of color melt over texture of canvas creating mountain ranges of form in the macro world. So what of the cyber world of art? What happens in the cracks of the texture of a raster-based image? Is there a silicone similarity to physical paint and charcoal?< Less
The Biggest Movie Plotholes By James Egan
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Why doesn’t Cinderella’s glass slippers vanish at the stroke of midnight like the rest of her clothes? In Home Alone, why doesn’t Kevin just ring the police? In Aladdin, why... More > doesn’t Jafar use his hypnotic staff to make Jasmine fall in love with him? How did Edward Scissorhands drag blocks of ice to his attic? Why doesn’t Tarzan have a beard if he lived in the jungle his entire life? In Cars, why do all vehicles have doors if nobody drives them? In Thor: Ragnarok, how come Thor can be electrocuted if he is the God of Thunder? In Memento, how come Leonard remembers that he has amnesia? If the ghosts in Pirates of the Caribbean can’t eat, why is their ship filled with food? In The Matrix, how does Neo survive getting his belly button ripped open? In Toy Story, why does Buzz Lightyear freeze when humans are nearby if he doesn’t think he’s a toy? How come no one can figure out Bruce Wayne is Batman when the Bat-Signal is on the roof of his house?< Less
Car Service Repairs By Many autos
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Many Autos is a simple and complete solution for your car maintenance. Why waste time on traditional comparison sites looking for the best deal, Many Autos offer a hassle free solution for all kind... More > of car repairs and services.Car Service, Repairs And MOT Free Collection & Delivery Simple and complete solution for your car maintenance you can contact us on Whatsapp 01189876300 1: You Do The Booking 2: We Do The Collection 3: We Do The Service 4: We Do The Delivery A саr flуwhееl mау nоt bе familiar tо most оf uѕ, but it is аn imроrtаnt раrt оf automobiles. Thе car flуwhееlѕ are fаirlу durable оnе-рiесе components. They operate primarily tо рrоvidе the inertia nесеѕѕаrу tо carry thе engine's рiѕtоnѕ thrоugh the unproductive stroke of thеir cycle. The teeth thаt ѕurrоund thе flywheel аrе uѕеd bу thе ѕtаrtеr mоtоr tо turn thе engine until thе engine fires uр. Thеrеfоrе, they will need Full Service rерlасеmеnt if thе teeth оn thе flуwhееl become worn.< Less
Qasidat al-Burda By Mohiuddin Qadri
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The Qasidat al-Burdah has had a great impact upon the history of the qasida genre as a whole. No other Arabic poem has been more frequently recited, translated, imitated or commented upon in so many... More > languages of the Islamic world. The Qasidat al-Burdah, al-Busiri's most famous poem in praise of the Prophet. Its appellation "al-Burdah", meaning a mantle of woollen cloth in Arabic, refers to another highly esteemed poem in praise of Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam which is known after its opening words as "Banat Su´ad" and was composed by Ka`b b. Zuhayr. After the recitation Ka`b received, as a reward for his poem, the Prophet's mantle. When al- Busiri, some 650 years later, suffered a stroke and remained semi-paralysed, the Prophet appeared to him in dream guise, touched him with his hand and threw his mantle over his shoulders. al- Busiri was instantly cured and set about to compose his poem called, in reference to this miraculous healing, the "Ode of the Mantle".< Less
The Doctrine of Repentance:Pathway to God By Thomas Watson
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Repentance is purgative; do not fear the working of this pill. Strike your soul, said Chrysostom; strike it and it will escape death by that stroke. How happy it would be if we were more deeply... More > affected with sin, and our eyes swam in their orb. We may clearly see the Spirit of God moving in the waters of repentance, which though troubled, are yet pure. Moist tears dry up sin and quench the wrath of God. Repentance is the cherisher of piety, the procurer of mercy. The more regret and trouble in spirit we have first at our conversion, the less we shall feel afterwards. Christians, do you have a sad resentment of other things and not of sin? Worldly tears fall to the earth, but godly tears are kept in a bottle (Psa 56.8). Do not judge holy weeping as superfluous. Tertullian thought he was born for no other end but to repent. Either sin must drown or the soul must burn. Let it not be said that repentance is difficult. Things that are excellent deserve labor.< Less
REASONS PEOPLE DIE MORE NOWADAYS By E. G. ANA jnr.
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The reasons people die more nowadays is a book that tries to answer the question of what actually is the cause of more deaths in our present society In this book we shall not only talk on the cause... More > of death but the factors or reasons that cause this or the reasons that can make one die of this cause. Like in the case of heart disease being the leading cause of death we will seek to know the what causes the heart disease. With the advancement in science and technology, that we will be thinking with all this or in the nearest feature science could maybe make someone stop dying or remove death from the world. It will be interesting to know that, there are actually the causes of death, such as heart disease, causing about 635,260 deaths, cancer, 598,038, accident (unintentional injuries), 161,374, chronic lower respiratory disease, 154,596, stroke (cerebrovascular disease) 142, 142 Alzheimer’s disease: 118,103 deaths respectively a year. These are the top leading causes of death.< Less
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