Monthly Archives: November 2015

Vintage Art Prints we loved at Grandma’s house

Vintage lithographic prints, ads, posters, magazines, books, greeting cards and calendars – I’m in a nostalgic mood, searching for these familiar, iconic images from my childhood.“One of the most famous prints to grace the American scene” — THE LONE WOLF by … Continue reading

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“High Crimes” by David Lawlor

This review is from: High Crimes (Kindle Edition) by David Lawlor Sheer genius! Great writing from a Dublin author! Brits, Irishmen and Aussies seem to have hogged the gene pool for wit, humor and endearing quirkiness. I’ve followed David Lawlor’s … Continue reading

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“The Tails of The Apocalypse” (love the pun! love the book!)

For every copy sold, $1 goes to the charity Pets For Vets – “It’s win and more win everywhere you turn. Be a winner and get your copy today” — John L. Monk – What do other book buyers need to know, … Continue reading

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Delete Messenger

… there are so many accidents, natural deaths, killings, and disappearances around the world each day, nobody suspects.  On this episode of “Deadliest Catch,” it’s the giant crab’s turn to rake in the dough during Astronaut fishing season. Issue 12-JAN-2015. By Gart … Continue reading

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AiM is a Verb, Not a Noun: David Hill, Choctaw

The whole concept of freedom and democracy comes from our land, the confederacy of the Six Nation Iroquois law, the Constitution of the United States, the belief that every person has a right to do what they want as long … Continue reading

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