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An Elephant In The Living Room - Is It Too Late To Kill All The Lawyers? (Book) - 10/2/2009 2:03:34 PM
Wendell, welcome aboard. I'm not an attorney but I can agree with most of what you say. Without reading the book yet I can't be too critical. Besides my feeling about attorney's has been shaped from a few negative experiences and a lot of negative attorney jokes. the ACLU heads the list for me of frivolous and dangerous constitution bashers. Being a conservative I can't agree more with getting rid of the lawyers running around inventing frivolous litigation. Dave R.

A Chapter from My New Book (Short Story) - 1/10/2011 7:06:47 PM
Sounds like a wonderfully contemplative book about real life. I enjoyed the easy poetic flow of your pen.

Intro From New Book Don't Worry, It'll Grow Back (Short Story) - 9/19/2009 9:34:04 PM
I read your excerpt, "Don't worry, It'll Grow Back." I followed the link to one of your websites where I found the excerpt. What I enjoyed about it was that I understood every word. It was clear and easy to get the point, at least the point that I thought you were making. I understood every word except for the last line. I wish now I had written it down. Anyway, just wanted you to know that I looked up your work and read this excerpt. If this is an indication of your work, then I'm sure you will have many, many readers that will appreciate it. Keep writing and find pleasure in the journey. Linda

Unsinkable (Article) - 2/20/2012 7:27:54 AM
Wendell, we are now almost three years down the road and almost eight trillion dollars deeper in debt from your prophetic warning, and it seems, in spite of the Tea Party, and people such as yourself, myself, and many others with even more easily heard voices of warning, we are still burdened with political leaders who will listen to no one but their large money contributors. The only thing, it seems, they listen to is money. The Titanic metaphore looms as an ever lessening influence, more likely at this stage is the complete destruction of a system of government which had such great promise before power and averice and jaded promises became the currency of the realm. The only thing truly left at this point is a decision to be made by the people who have been so gamed by these horific lies as to believe that they have the power to change all that is wrong. The question is, do they still believe the present system is giving them what they want. A chilling answer may be held in the sad fact that the number of people now thinking they have it cushy because they pay no income tax has risen to Fifty-one percent of the voting population. Will they continue to settle for the handout of a system who insists they have no obligation to do anything but vote for the status quo. Scary. D. Kenneth Ross

The Ghost Grins (Article) - 9/27/2009 12:47:24 AM
When I read the first few lines I thought, oh, oh, this is going to be about football or baseball-- or something I know nothing about, but the writing kept me hooked and I discovered a wonderfully moving piece. As member of The Frankfurt Writers' Group (Critique Group), I've learned to be wary of long sentences and relative clauses, but here the balance is perfect. The longer sentences flow wonderfully and are balance by short, snappy statements. Lovely style. I was very moved by your account. Relationships between parents and children can be fraught with grief, or full of joy. Often we look back and wonder what we should, or shouldn't have said, or asked ourselves what we might have done differently... Food for thought. Loved this. Trisha (FitzGerald-Petri) www.myspace.com/trishafitzgerald

Unsinkable (Article) - 5/2/2009 4:56:59 PM
You're right, he's sinking the ship. All he is doing now is making sure there is enough room in the lifeboats for the rats.

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