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deez-commentary47 By Michael House
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I've written many memoirs, published them, then started fiction. I usually go back to fiction because it's most fun watching the chatracters I choose develop. The very first book I ever wrote--... More > choppy-- was “To See A Brother's Blood.” As I was trying to think of the title, my brother told em about fainting when he walked into a room, step, before ICU & saw me in bed with all kinds of wires & tubes connected. He said he faited, he said Uncle Todd caught him. I jumped in 100 fights, he, Justin, had been in. Justin & I were tight. Then he stole our deceased uncle's guns, ran from the law, & called me. Paranoid, I told him our cousin, Tiffany, had called the police. He was resolute. What was he going to do? The next day he was found dead. Alleged suicide, but I was also told drug dealers were after him. Dad had died 2689 days later Justin died. Drugs were supected in both cases. Dad & Justin often< Less
deez-commentary48 By Michael House
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I daily send Susan a poem. It's always adventurous. A lot of fun. As I write, I wait for the Braves-Marlins game. It's in 20 minutes. The clock ticks. I'm so excited! I told many fb friends my plans.... More > I love the Braves & UGA Bulldogs. Granny, Papa, & I never missed their games. I got stuffed at Applebee's for lunch. Then had a huge Thai supper. I could barely put a dent I it. As I write, pregame is on TV. I cannot believe how excited I feel about the game. I'm going for the Braves, but I expect them to lose. That's just a feeling I have. I'm a psychic. When the game starts, I'll stop writing. Then I'll write every commercial break. I wish I could go fishing. I'm a nature lover. Always have been. As a kid, I had a book about the settlers. It favored a Foxfire book. I looked at it all day everyday. It told the means the settlers went to. I was called from my ejectors. They're wrong for me. When God said that, I was smashed. Then I realized my ejectors obviously have an ulterior motive for my fall. They want to< Less
deez- commentary50 By Michael House
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In my early 20's, I had started reading like never before. My life felt like it was introduced to a new realm. I was living so much adventure. It took very, very, very, very, very much effort. In... More > time, I could read 16 hours a day. Those days were incomparably adventuresome. (My great aunt is a retired librarian!) Dad, a John Grisham lover, was murdered when I was 24. My mid 20s I was depressed. I was reading to uplift my spirit. I read 110 Reader's Digest Condensed Version books in 8 months. I reflect over the adventure I've had reading. I have had the most adventurous life! Dad's death was depressing, but books were uplifting. They helped keep my mind off my loss. I have always had the calling to be a writer. Since 1983. I was in Hope Baptist. 1984, my teacher, Ms. Winder slapped me in the face. Feeling a fear of females, I have never had a serious girlfriend. Well, I have kissed 3 girls up to my high school Senior year. I have been rejected by 219 women.< Less
commentary54 By Michael House
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I'm so excited about driverless cars. Government won't let me drive otheerwise. I'm excited about branching out. I dream of getting my memoir e books on every pc in the world. I broke down 7 days a ... More > week & 219 women rejected me. Now I see hope of driverless cars. That's very exciting. I wonder where I'll go. The beach is near. I may visit beaches. I love hotdog stands at beaches. But I lived on the beach before I moved to an island. After it got customary, it lost its appeal. I love writing memoirs because it's always rattlingly exciting what I uncover in my brain. That was the case when I was in rehab. Hearing fellow survivors recall memories causes you to recall memories. I recall(ed) so many memories that I often take note of them. I have 61 pages of memories as I talk. I just set the DVR to record “Lauren Lake Paternity Court.” Our favorite show. The mom's like it's your baby! It's your baby! It's your baby! The dad is like It ain't mine! It ain't mine! It ain't mine! When I was 8, there was a bridge< Less
deez- commentary55 By Michael House
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there's a walkway around the big goldfish pond. You can walk & look at beautiful plants as you watch goldfish swimming by. THE CONDO ALSO HAS A LOT OF TURTLES IN the pond. Trees are blooming.... More > Lots of palm trees can be seen. I often walk to Applebee's next door. I often go there for coffee. I just saw, out of the balcony door, 3 men in the distance. 1 looked like the HOA. I just took a plate to Joyce. She often fixes me deviled eggs. Always good. The last dish I took, she was in the shower. She told me to set the dish in her door the next time. So I did. She was standing there & was welcoming. I told her about my getting stuffed everyday, often eating out. She & I talked about our eating. Refraining from telling her, I thought of how I'll be doing 50 push ups tonight. Push ups gave me a healthy heart. My room'll be carpeted and painted, UGA + maybe a pool table. I look forward to that. The pool table will be in the wallpaper imprint. I have a billiards game< Less
deez- commentary52 By Michael House
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I can't see my laptop in the sun. Rejected by 219 women, I get my fulfillment by writing on my laptop. The ejectors had a reason, purpose. This is what I found. That God doesn't want me with them. It... More > reminds me of the show “Snapped.” I get what I need, then, by writing. 100S, or maybe 1000s of old memories were dug up in my decade of rehab. I was a very ambitious child. My advanced, college-bound classes when I was 16 were overwhelming. The homework left no free time. Having been promised a vehicle for my good grades I was bringing home, I was relieved by the spirit of relief. Then when Granny said the promise was a dream. Then TMC College put me in 4 classes to choose 2 before they said financer uncle Todd said no & he said that was a lie. Really? I prayed curses on the 1 lying before his home burned down & lightening hit the college. So which one was lying? 1 shared needles & set up an infection that almost killed him. Granny's vacuum was like< Less
deez- commentary49 By Michael House
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suicide down the road. Brain cancer across the street. Next door in Monterey apartments Ulmerton Road professor killed his wife. It was on the othr side of the wall. Bernsdorff's twisted letter plots... More > family's murders. I heard the gunshot. In the morning, police were swarming! Demorris A. Lee, Times Staff Writer DEMORRIS A. LEETampa Bay Times Tuesday, April 1, 2008 11:09pm My Edition I want to see more articles tagged I'm already following articles tagged On Dec. 6, Oliver Thomas Berns­dorff sat down at the computer in his Clearwater home and laid out a chilling plan to murder his family. Related News/Archive Family gathers to remember Clearwater man killed in unsolved murder 3 Months Ago Community garden plots available in Clearwater 4 Weeks Ago A presidential golf outing with a twist: Trump owns the place 3 Months Ago< Less
deez-commentary53 By Michael House
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“Deez-commentary” at lulu.com I'm still amused by the cinema yesterday. I'm not for chicks. I broke down 7-days a week + 219 women rejected me. That said, feminine essence appalls me. Too... More > good for a junk driver? That's the best way to be my history. I was at 27 rejections when I asked God what do I do. He said avoid ejectors. Make them history. Then I realized He was helping me find the right 1. The junk I drove became a blessing that way. I bought all I could afford, but I couldn't afford the parts it needed. I was always penniless. Always working meant I had no time for homework. I'd tell Granny. She'd shrug oh well. I know she absolutely, absolutely, absolutely wanted me to ride the bus, absolutely. I was promised a vehicle then I was told it was all a dream at my 16th birthday. 219 rejections altered my tastes. Now I'm different than I was before the piece of junk. My thinking got rearranged. Now memoirs are my dream career. I had very many experiences. I had very many friends. My ambitions< Less
deez- commentary56 By Michael House
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I didn't want to leave for the beach house. Then I didn't want to leave the beach house after I got to it. We were Indiatlantic. Before that, we lived in Hulk Hogan's county, very close to the road... More > his son wrecked on. We had a haunted house. People-- spirits-- congregated at night. Curious in-depth examination, I studied spirits. I found they like running water. The pond cross the street had a fountain. I started understanding the rattling dishes & scraping chairs. As a kid, that'd terrified me. But it made me too curious to feel fright. In my Bible study, I had a former pro football player & Olympian. I had “To See A Brother's Blood” published. It was a young adults class. A few of my 219 ejectors rejected me. Then I was called to another church. A few more of my 219 rejections occurred. My preacher was a college wrestler. He knew my prior Olympian. Then I was called to my ministry where nobody rejected me. When I was at 27, God had told me not to date a reject.< Less
deez- commentary43 By Michael House
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After I had an unreal abundance of time on my hands, books became my main attraction. My main quality. I started setting a record daily for the number of pages reached. 40 pages a day became very... More > common for me. I read a 315 page “Where The Wind Blows” by James Patterson in 1 day. It took 16 hours. That was the most adventurous day I have ever had. I learned on a tape collection Stephen King reads 74 books a year. I average that. My e books I write, 6000 words a day, are recounts are digging up old memories. Plus, I keep up with current doings. I do the memory exercises like an extension of rehab. My memories in rehab came back more than other survivor's memories. I heard the cousin I saw grow up, Tiffany, got 9 months in the women's prison for selling drugs & guns. But I don't know if that's the truth. But I do know she told the police he, my brother, called her as he ran from them. I feel like they had the deal to tell nobody. Justin had stolen her deceased< Less