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See You At The Pole by Eddie Thompson
Today, all across the nation, young people made this statement: We love Christ. We love one another. And we are going to make a difference in this wor...
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Seeing The Future Anew, Through Ancient Eyes by Earon Davis
In our increasingly complicated human world, we are so specialized and compartmentalized that we tend to lose touch with what it means to be human. ...
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Self Interview by Mike Walton
Can ONE person really read and answer upwards of 200 emails every day?? "Surely, he is not reading EVERY piece of mail that comes his way!" ...
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Self Publishing: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly by Sabra Brown Steinsiek
Sabra discusses her experiences with publish-on-demand....
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Send Refugees Help Now! by Eddie Thompson
The refugees waiting for relief in New Orleans have loss their homes, their families, and their city: They have not loss their souls....
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September 11, 2001 by J. Taylor
A Tribute and a Warning....
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Set the Scene and Improve Your Story by Ken Brosky
Learn how to truly set the scene so your reader can be drawn in to the story....
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Seven ''Good'' Personalities Bearing ''Despicable'' Names by Dannie Lyon
Some Biblical names are regarded as taboo as nobody likes giving their children such names. Occasionally, however, some people, like those mentioned h...
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Seventies Retro by Frances Lynn
The Seventies have never been more nostalgic....
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Sex birth control and the roman catholic church by David Casabonne
A social commentary .... of sorts ...
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Sex Sells . . . So They Say by C Wolf Forrest
Essay / Opinion Unpublished...
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Sex, Money, and Power by Edward Phillips
In God we trust; all others bring cash....
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Shadows by The Only Real Faerie
the moon and the stars...
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Shanghai, Feb. 1952 by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com
Starting out into the world...
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Shark vs Tiger by Mark Low
Shark vs tiger. A pondering upon what it would take to get a fair fight out of them....
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Shedding Obscurity As a Writer by Alvin Romer
What does it take to be noticed among peers,and to accept within what is needed to be accountable as a writer? This essay attempts to give insight on ...
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Shehu and the literature of solitude for the solitude by Fahredin Shehu
on Fahredin Shehu work...
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Shooters, Haters, & Metaphors by Eddie Thompson
(The Chaney shooting incident became a metaphor alright: For the way the liberal Washington Press Corps hates the Bush Administration.)...
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Shop Window by Harvey Tordoff
We think the whole world wants western-style democracy, but this is what we put in the shop window for them to see...
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Short essay The River by Steven Elwood
This is also a true story....
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Should Intelligent Design be Taught in Public Schools? by Edward Phillips
The history of science is much like life itself: Our existence begins mysteriously at the molecular level, and then evolves slowly but surely into fo...
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Should Masons be Feared? by Regis Schilken
The philosophy of free masonry needs to be emulated, not feared!/b>...
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should mothers go out to work? by princess auguste
a essay about whether moms should work or not...
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Shoveling Your Sidewalk Might Save My Life! by Anita Cameron
Winter traveling can be perilous for wheelchair users, who must often travel in the street due to snow-caked sidewalks. ...
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Showbiz Journalism by Frances Lynn
Anecdotes...
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Shuriken: The Art Of Writing by James Marry
James Marry, author of "Shut Up" discusses the six points of a martial arts throwing star as it pertains to the Art of Writing....
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Shut Down Yucca Mountain by Harbhajan Sandhu
Yucca Mountain is not suitable permanent nuclear repository. Shut it down, and find alternative sources of energy....
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si fallor sum- genesis and infinity by Claudio Ianora
if i am deceived i am... st augustine...
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Siddown - I'll Fix You a Sandwich by Patricia Gomes
Appearing in the September 2003 Issue (Volume 1, Issue #4) of Lil's Experimental Ezine © 2003 Water Pistol Publishing ...
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Signs of the Times: New Hampshire Primary Humor by Eric Pinder
Ever wonder what it's like to live in New Hampshire during an election year?...
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Silent protest bringing loud reactions by Eric Croas
Student protest potential war by turning back to flag....
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Silent Sky: From 9/11/202 by Byron Edgington
From the Iowa City Press Citizen on the first anniversary of 9/11...
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Silly Island by Sam Sillen
The Curse of Dementia...
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Sistahs have to school each other... by Roxann Latimer
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Slurp, Slurp by John Lindermuth
A bit of gratitude to an inventor...
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Smiling at the Storm by Nylse Esahc
This essay describes two life changing events in my life. I only share it because I believe that for everything that happens in life there are lesson...
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Snatches by Darryl Varner
Ruminations concerning the writing process....
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Snow, Crats, and One Snowblower Adventure by Lisa Adams
It all began with a simple NOAA hazardous weather watch...sigh....
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Sobre el estado de las nociones by Ángel Román Ramírez
La ignorancia es el peor de los enemigos del ser humano. La sabiduría es la única arma para evitar la autodestrucción....
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Social Skills and Self-Esteem in Adolescents by Helen Tsifourdaris Taptelis
Saving our future--the importance of self-esteem building in education....
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Societies Image of Role Models by Kenya Chase Dixon
This article touches on issues dealing with how society has corrupted the image of role models through movies, music videos, models etc..........
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Society's Deadly Game by Virginia Tolles
As society becomes wealthy by self-serving means, it disregards not only the needs of its members, but also its own future needs....
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Solving the Issues of the Day by Edward Phillips
Solving any issue begins with acknowledging we have one, why, and then by using the power of critical thinking to defeat the arguments from the defeat...
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Some Interesting Facts About Me by Anita Cameron
Here are some random, but interesting facts about me....
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Some of My Best Friends Are Writing Problems by Daniel Lambert
How to turn writing problems into inspiration....
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Some Thoughts on Autobiography by Ronald Price
I have written several essays on autobiogrpahy. This is the first at this site....
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Some thoughts on old age and dying ... by Hilding Lindquist
Some thoughts on old age and dying ......
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Some Truths About the U.S. Debt by Edward Phillips
First, we need to understand the basics about government debt. Then we can begin the task of fixing it....
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Something New Something Different by Debbie Walker
I wrote this when Maine was going back to vote about gay marriage, in support....
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Something of Value - Part 1 by Bettye Johnson
Within each of us is something of value and it is time to regain it. ...
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