Daily Archives: May 19, 2015

Book Review: Shadow Divers

Shadow Divers: The True Adventure Of Two Americans Who Risked Everything To Solve One Of The Last Mysteries Of World War II, by Robert Kurson I was loaned this book by a friend of mine at church who loans me … Continue reading

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The Perfect Paramour You Were In Your Letter

Early in life, I realized that I needed to write to stay sane. Later on, when I was older, I learned from my reading, and from the teasing of others, that writing was one of the tasks given to people … Continue reading

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In the title track to their 2003 album “Welcome To The Monkeyhouse,” the Dandy Warhols made an offhand comment that as soon as Michael Jackson died (releasing the Beatles catalog for general use), they would record “Blackbird.” When Michael Jackson … Continue reading

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