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BIG BADGER IS WATCHING By STEVE STANDLEE
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If George Orwell were alive today, and if he were insane, he might write something like Big Badger Is Watching. This is an irreverent, offensive, vulgar, and absolutely hilarious look at modern day... More > mores, traditions, attitudes, politics, politicians and TV commercials.< Less
BIG BADGER IS WATCHING By STEVE STANDLEE
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If George Orwell were alive today, and if he were insane, he might write something like Big Badger Is Watching. This is an irreverent, offensive, vulgar, and absolutely hilarious look at modern day... More > mores, traditions, attitudes, politics, politicians and TV commercials.< Less
Fables of a Creole Dove By Linda Marie-Joseph
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This is a collection of colourful and vivid poems to inspire and boost anyone‘s moral in diverse subjects about facts of life. This book offers a wide array of topics, from love, historical... More > sentiments to political texts with always a spiritual message. When I wrote most of the texts in 2001, my view seems to be unique but now the whispers are getting louder from all corners of the world. I was told the subjects I write about are not commercially viable. I let you decide.< Less
Joshua Brennan: A Selection Of Drawings By Joshua Brennan
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Recorded in the following pages are, for lack of a better description, drawings. Well, bound digital facsimiles of work on paper, actually. For some, they transcend their inherit and specific... More > characteristics and function on another level. These drawings can be interpreted as intuitive or reactionary. Impulsive. Controlled chaos. Beautifully ugly. Abstract languages. Coded information. Nerdy thoughts. This is revealed in a mixed series of controlled and indeterminable actions. Put down a mark. Follow where it leads. Don’t be mistaken. There are no mistakes. This is more organic than a series of pushes and pulls. No erasers. Only layers. Each piece reads as a record, ensnaring a plethora of disparate things in stratified layers. Meandering thoughts. Objects. Memories. Frustrations. Dream quests. Breakthroughs, or more appropriately, commercial breaks. In this arena, two wrongs don’t make a right, but several hundred just might.< Less
Joshua Brennan: A Selection Of Drawings By Joshua Brennan
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Recorded in the following pages are, for lack of a better description, drawings. Well, bound digital facsimiles of work on paper, actually. For some, they transcend their inherit and specific... More > characteristics and function on another level. These drawings can be interpreted as intuitive or reactionary. Impulsive. Controlled chaos. Beautifully ugly. Abstract languages. Coded information. Nerdy thoughts. This is revealed in a mixed series of controlled and indeterminable actions. Put down a mark. Follow where it leads. Don’t be mistaken. There are no mistakes. This is more organic than a series of pushes and pulls. No erasers. Only layers. Each piece reads as a record, ensnaring a plethora of disparate things in stratified layers. Meandering thoughts. Objects. Memories. Frustrations. Dream quests. Breakthroughs, or more appropriately, commercial breaks. In this arena, two wrongs don’t make a right, but several hundred just might.< Less
I Didn't Buy That By Paul Harthan
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The commercials are all over television – and they certainly are attention-grabbing! They’re the ones where the heavy, bald guy is sitting in his easy chair talking in a squeaky female... More > voice about all the clothes he bought – including a bustier. Or the little old lady speaking with the gruff voice of a younger man about the sweet motorcycle she now owned. While we might find these commercials funny, the real victims of identity theft find them disturbing and even painful. The media uses these types of ads to alert us to the crime of identity theft and how everyday people can be affected. You don’t have to have a lot of money to be taken advantage of.< Less
The Serious Scale of Sarcasm: More Balanced Than a Drunken High-Heeled Clown on a Tight Rope By Craig Rozniecki
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Ever been on a date where your date pretended to figure skate on the carpet for two hours? Has a friend, date, or loved one ever confessed their love of mannequins to you? Want to know what the top... More > ten post-presidential jobs are for George W. Bush? Ever wonder how Valentine's Day came to be, fictionally speaking? Wonder no more. All these questions will be answered, experiences will be shared, and then some, in The Serious Scale of Sarcasm: More Balanced Than a Drunken High-Heeled Clown on a Tight Rope. Craig Rozniecki, author of Seasons Come, People Grow: A Poetic Journey, goes a very different route in his second book, as he goes from vague, open to interpretation poetry to very blunt and in your face humor and analysis. Rozniecki makes fun of anything from commercials to politicians to celebrities to the Internet(s). All this is talked about and so much more in Rozniecki's second book, The Serious Scale of Sarcasm: More Balanced Than a Drunken High-Heeled Clown on a Tight Rope.< Less
You Should Have Been Here Yesterday By David Bowerman
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For over forty years David worked as a cameraman, starting his career when magnetic sound recording replaced optical sound. His early years were spent in shooting commercials before moving out to... More > Africa to work for the Zambian government. On his return to England David spent the next 30 years working as a freelance, mainly for the BBC. His stories are often funny and thought provoking, recalling a career that probably would have been impossible had it started today. In 1962 there were between 100 and 200 cameramen working in England --today there are many thousands.< Less
Democracy --- The Painted Whore --- An Extremist Explains War, Drugs, Guns, God, Gold and Santa Claus By Hal O'Boyle
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Funny, extreme, always provocative essays on the illusions and delusions of America's Imperial Age. Refreshingly incorrect and entertaining. There is something in this book to intrigue, annoy or... More > offend almost everyone. Get a copy before it's banned or confiscated by the Department of Homeland Security. (Carry a copy on a commercial airliner at your own risk.) It makes a better gift than a bottle of screw top wine and you can claim you thought it was a guide to New York brothels. You'll learn little known facts about people and things you never even thought you were interested in. People like Charles Ponzi and Franklin Roosevelt; St. Nicholas and Peter the Hermit; Ben Franklin and Massasoit; and things like why arming our children is a good idea, and why licensing ferret breeders is a bad one. Collected essays written for his weekly column "The Extremist," published in Key West the Newspaper and elsewhere.< Less
Democracy --- The Painted Whore --- An Extremist Explains War, Drugs, Guns, God, Gold and Santa Claus By Hal O'Boyle
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Funny, extreme, always provocative essays on the illusions and delusions of America's Imperial Age. Refreshingly incorrect and entertaining. There is something in this book to intrigue, annoy or... More > offend almost everyone. Get a copy before it's banned or confiscated by the Department of Homeland Security. (Carry a copy on a commercial airliner at your own risk.) It makes a better gift than a bottle of screw top wine and you can claim you thought it was a guide to New York brothels. You'll learn little known facts about people and things you never even thought you were interested in. People like Charles Ponzi and Franklin Roosevelt; St. Nicholas and Peter the Hermit; Ben Franklin and Massasoit; and things like why arming our children is a good idea, and why licensing ferret breeders is a bad one. Collected essays written for his weekly column "The Extremist," published in Key West the Newspaper and elsewhere.< Less

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