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Happy birthday, Bob!
Thanks, @martinsantos ! I see a few candidates on Amazon and eBay. I just need to make a decision and try one, I guess.
A dozen years later, I'm still using this. I'm actually 20 pages into a novel I'm writing. I find the actual writing to be much easier using a...
I just read both parts. That was outstanding and the parallels to modern talk radio, television, and online media are highly unsettling. Thank you!
Is there any place we can read that? It sounds fascinating.
He didn't get promoted any further than Lieutenant, though!
Actually, it appears he retired to Florida and lived to the ripe old age of 93.
Would that be this song?
Yes, but do they get you a nine-week breather at the outset of a foreclosure suit?
Sure he did: Don't trust your parents! Nobody warned him about bookies, I guess.
She speaks good English and she's single. I'm thinking he's trying to marry her off to Singh-Singh!
Incredible! When I was a little kid and I used to play hide-and-go-seek tag with my neighbors there was always a safe spot to try to reach after...
Isn't "blind sexpot" basically a description of Marilyn Monroe's character in How to Marry a Millionaire? Personally, I've always liked a gal in...
If I were debutante Miss Helen Stedman, I don't know how I'd feel about my photo running below that headline!
Boy would he be horrified by mass "Merry Christmas" text messages!
I keep imagining Rosen accidentally breaking his own window and then whipping up this exciting tale to tell his insurance company.
You'd love the one I bought in college. It hangs in my oldest's room now.
"Businessmen" in quotes just makes me think of mobsters. I wonder if they got to see the somewhat anticlimactic fate of the Graff Spee.
So we shouldn't expect to see Warren Beatty in a Dan Dunn movie anytime soon? More's the pity.
I got so confused between Dan Dunn and Dick Tracy, I couldn't figure out how guys were waiting to ambush him when he was still in the air relying...