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Recent Reviews for kj Force

My Life as a WEED...and weeds ( words ) to live by (Book) - 2/16/2012 4:02:51 AM
I just finished reading your book “My Life as a WEED.” I thoroughly enjoyed the book and I would highly recommend it to others. It definitely made me think, smile and laugh. Keep up the great work. - Ben

Whatever..I'm Still Here (Book) - 9/8/2011 6:00:14 AM
Loved the new book.. and I thought the first book was funny..both of these will be available in the restroom at work..thought my co-workers can use a good hearty laugh during work hours....and a copy will sit on my coffee table at home..I reccommend this book to as you put it.."if ever you questioned"..thanks for your words..Leigh

My Life as a WEED...and weeds ( words ) to live by (Book) - 6/7/2011 9:57:15 PM
Just had to update..I have read many of your short stories on other sites and just had to let you know how much I have enjoyed them.I also read your published book " My Life as a weed.." I laughed all the way through, you captured many moments in my life and I have shared the info with friends and associates. I see you will publish another book in September 2011.Thank you again for all the writings and works you have done for our organizations,it is deeply appreciated. S.G. MD. Cardio/University Hosp.

My Life as a WEED...and weeds ( words ) to live by (Book) - 4/6/2011 7:42:12 PM
I just had to write you and thank you for sharing your thoughts and the humor you are able to find with life in general.I found many of my own "aha moments" and especially the"raising your mother" I thought that was a classic.Just by reading your book I know we could be seem to be very much in tune with life. I wish you the best and keep writing..Leigh Taylor,Manchester,UK

My Life as a WEED...and weeds ( words ) to live by (Book) - 4/5/2011 11:05:35 AM
I really enjoyed your book,loved it. There are many people who think and live outside the box. Your approach to the subject was really interesting. I would recommend this book to anyone who just wants to reflect on life with a smile...Laughter is the best medicine for "life".. look forward to your next book..skye berger,DO

Insidious Deceptions (Short Story) - 4/5/2014 9:24:50 AM
Not really so insidious. The fault lies entirely with the doctor who delivered. As for the two of them meeting by coincidence? Once again I ask whether this is a true story. The odds aren't impossible. As for possible future genetic defects? Only DNA will tell. Editing and formatting are needed. Ron

Insidious Deceptions (Short Story) - 4/5/2014 4:07:08 AM
Yep. Insidious deception for sure.

The why and the why nots.... (Short Story) - 5/2/2011 4:27:34 PM
Really funny's true we never realize the affect we have on children.I could imagine how good your husband was feeling when he thought he was actually getting his message across,then poof!!I enjoyed the story,look forward to reading you book which I just purchased..M.Smart

Weeds are Survivors... (Article) - 3/29/2014 8:59:09 AM
I'm surprised no one else has commented. I'm akin with you regarding weeds. From the strength of my perception I have always considered weeds, plant and human, to be of worth and encouraged them to venture out and grow. While I have been known to hand weed out competition so that the very best can survive, I've also been known to support those with no chance without my support. Some may see this as contradictory. But I see it as a way to overcome broad brush approaches like Goldwater's famous "defoliate them" in reference to the Vietnamese countryside and how we could win the war by removing the forest cover with Agent Orange and napalm. We all know where that led to. As farmers and city dwellers alike seek "easy" ways to eradicate unsightly weeds with products like Roundup, leading to the death of bees, bats, and colors other insects along with the plants that support them, eventually poisoning our food stocks and us. All in the name of convenience and "progress." In the end, the weeds will survive long after us. Ron

Cell Phove VS My Personal Space... (Poetry) - 5/4/2015 9:21:08 AM
I hate the way cell phones have intruded on our lives. Texting or sexting is quieter but, because it makes the person doing it dumber than a fence post, is just about the same. But I love the way you ended your poem and an affair, just the same… Cool. Ron

Cell Phove VS My Personal Space... (Poetry) - 5/3/2015 9:48:46 PM
OMG! Way too cool.

Cell Phove VS My Personal Space... (Poetry) - 5/3/2015 6:59:10 PM
Yep. Been there standing in that line. I hardly even answer a call if I am in a public place, but if I do I always say I'll call you back.

To Each His Own... (Poetry) - 4/24/2015 3:14:16 PM
Thank you for sharing this story through your verses, kj. Love is all! Love and best wishes to you, Regis

Hand and Foot Disorder... (Poetry) - 4/23/2015 3:43:16 PM
oh my....cute indeed..Hugss

Controller Addiction.... (Poetry) - 4/23/2015 11:34:45 AM
I don't play games unless I'm with the one I love and we play for fun for a bit. I get your message, kj. Thank you. Love and best wishes, Regis

Hand and Foot Disorder... (Poetry) - 4/23/2015 11:32:30 AM
Smart woman... ...good for her. I appreciate this perspective, kj. Love and best wishes, Regis

Hand and Foot Disorder... (Poetry) - 4/22/2015 10:33:18 AM
Sounds like he also had foot-in-mouth disease. Keep kickin' it. :)

Hand and Foot Disorder... (Poetry) - 4/21/2015 7:27:26 AM
A bittersweet poem. Some, like my mother, didn't have the courage. But later, she made sure that he waited on her a bit, just to see how it felt. It is strange how all these sentimental folks claim that it was better back in the day when women stayed with their husband until he died early and then she was a widow for the rest of her life. It really wasn't better, it was just a lot harder to give his A** the boot. Ron

Hand and Foot Disorder... (Poetry) - 4/21/2015 6:50:27 AM
He got the boot, with no delays. he should have known, the door swings both ways. Now he's on the outside, and looking in. Another love lost, what a sin. Michael D.

Hand and Foot Disorder... (Poetry) - 4/20/2015 1:23:43 PM
Yep. Happens a lot.

Controller Addiction.... (Poetry) - 4/19/2015 10:13:55 AM
oh my.. great stuff..xo

Controller Addiction.... (Poetry) - 4/19/2015 9:25:45 AM
I've been fortunate as I am not fast enough to play those games on X-Box and such...though a new game is coming out about Star Wars, now that would be a game I'd like to play, maybe I can get it on the computer...? But I would never wish to do it all the time, though yes I think being "in" it might be fun, but only if I could come back when of it I wite that draws one in...-e-

Controller Addiction.... (Poetry) - 4/17/2015 7:37:34 AM
Like my grandmother, I'm addicted to solitaire. Only I play it on the computer instead of with cards like she did. My twin brother just told me how he likes to play the slots on the Internet. I recall my mother and father spending much of their retirement at slot machines claiming they won a lot of "jackpots." I've only tried video games briefly, and I'm glad for it because I can believe that these games can be highly addictive because of the instantaneous feedback and endorphin release that they give, like addictive drugs. We have to kidnap them and take them out camping in the wild without any toys, not even a cell phone. You'd be surprised how they will revert back to being real children again after a few days of deprivation. Ron

Controller Addiction.... (Poetry) - 4/17/2015 7:03:35 AM
Very cool! It's amazing how addictive those games can be, and not only games, but cell phones as well. people can not put them down. they are on them constantly (my wife included) whether it's playing games on them, texting, talking, etc. Michael D.

Controller Addiction.... (Poetry) - 4/17/2015 6:48:30 AM
Heh.Heh . . . I got into this . . . Very good . . .

To Each His Own... (Poetry) - 4/15/2015 8:42:58 AM
Chicken and bacon gets my old butt to achin' I'd rather have Jim Beam and coke and that's no joke... :) But I like your poem just the same.

To Each His Own... (Poetry) - 4/14/2015 6:46:05 AM
Jack and Gill went up the hill for some chicken and bacon. It was such a big thrill as they laid on the grill, but I'm not sure what they were makin' Michael D.

To Each His Own... (Poetry) - 4/14/2015 6:16:00 AM
The cute little fuzzy threw me off. And then, while I read, I kept thinking about that little ditty, Jack and Diane. But that doesn't fit your two chefs theme. In the end I think I see what you mean. Ron

To Each His Own... (Poetry) - 4/14/2015 4:24:32 AM
Whatever flips yer lid . . .

Elimination of Stress and Strife in My Life (Poetry) - 4/7/2015 2:53:35 PM hit the nail on the head, the criminal justice system needs some " tweaking ".

Colorful Words... (Poetry) - 4/7/2015 2:51:25 PM
cute...MS said it best, smiles were " LEAFED " everywhere ! leigh

Twist in Time (Poetry) - 4/7/2015 2:48:55 PM
wow. did not expect the ending, very Stephen King. enjoyed

Yesterday's Words Changed (Poetry) - 4/7/2015 2:47:38 PM
Really did a great job on this, found very creative and " on spot ".

Words... (Poetry) - 4/7/2015 2:45:32 PM
Loved your words, you are correct, as much can be learned by one's choice of words. I am now a fan.

Yesterday's Words Changed (Poetry) - 4/5/2015 11:11:50 PM
yes haha, very real. can relate well.

Yesterday's Words Changed (Poetry) - 4/1/2015 11:55:12 AM
From what I'm reading, we need a whole new slate of nursery rhymes to reflect the times. Creative. Ron

Yesterday's Words Changed (Poetry) - 4/1/2015 7:06:05 AM
Yeah, you're right, it is a much different world which most people refuse to acknowledge.

Elimination of Stress and Strife in My Life (Poetry) - 4/1/2015 5:12:16 AM
I would never want to be incarcerated, But you almost make it sound appealing. I would need one of those get of jail free cards. Michael D.

Colorful Words... (Poetry) - 4/1/2015 5:06:46 AM
"Leaves" me with a smile> Michael D.

Yesterday's Words Changed (Poetry) - 4/1/2015 5:04:20 AM
Loved it. This is a true real life "Grim's" Fairytale. Michael D.

Words... (Poetry) - 3/31/2015 11:09:33 AM
:) to all my friends that liked my write....

Words... (Poetry) - 3/31/2015 8:37:36 AM
Are you fishing for friends, kj? No need. You had me at "hello." :)

Words... (Poetry) - 3/30/2015 9:14:44 AM
We all should have a site that shows us as we are and not as we contrive to be. For in acceptance of our being who we are, your poem turns curiosity into support. Ron

Words... (Poetry) - 3/30/2015 7:10:56 AM
Sometimes, words are all we have. I enjoyed reading this. Michael D.

Words... (Poetry) - 3/30/2015 4:40:33 AM
Poetry which settled within my heart and soul. Great job!

Words... (Poetry) - 3/30/2015 4:04:19 AM
I love words.. nice write...

Twist in Time (Poetry) - 3/28/2015 11:36:12 PM
Gripping, intense, very engaging work. Fantastic ending!

Twist in Time (Poetry) - 3/28/2015 11:12:46 AM
Your poem certainly has a twist. And you have a starring role. Ron

Twist in Time (Poetry) - 3/27/2015 12:54:52 PM
One for the movies. Great write!

Twist in Time (Poetry) - 3/27/2015 8:24:21 AM
Quite a write, with twists and turns of fate, and a touching end, that was simply great. Michael D.

Twist in Time (Poetry) - 3/27/2015 8:00:32 AM
Quite a tantalizing tale, kj. It had me reading the lines fast to get to the end, and then WHAM! A very good ending. Then I reread it very slowly, savoring your thoughts turned into words. My kind of poem.

Survivors of Life... (Poetry) - 3/25/2015 7:38:06 AM
I agree with Jerry, and I would also add, those lowly weeds have the most beautiful blooms. I do not treat our yard, and as a result there are many dandelions and wild violets growing. In the middle of summer when other yard are brown, mine is still lush and green. Long live the weeds. Michael D.

Survivors of Life... (Poetry) - 3/24/2015 5:45:22 PM
Jerry...thank you for your comments.. much appreciated. I appreiciate when others understand the thoughts of which I write.

Survivors of Life... (Poetry) - 3/24/2015 12:26:20 PM
You betcha, the weed can be compared with the common person who has to live in substandard places, but eventually grows up and achieves in spite of his harsh surroundings. Very, very insightful.

Mindful Thoughts from My Head (Poetry) - 3/24/2015 7:52:08 AM
A whole lot of remembrance between the time you woke up and then finally got up in that half-asleep world of your thoughts. I find myself in this state quite often, waking up too early to be dragged out of bed by my helpers. Ron

Mindful Thoughts from My Head (Poetry) - 3/24/2015 6:18:23 AM
This is simply beautiful, and heartfelt. I really enjoyed reading this. It's good to see you posting again. Michael D.

Mindful Thoughts from My Head (Poetry) - 3/24/2015 6:02:15 AM
What a stunningly beautiful epitaph, kj. You have brought the feeling from deep within to the surface with this beauty of a poem.

Bean Scene...As-Salted (Poetry) - 4/10/2014 4:20:57 AM

Bean Scene...As-Salted (Poetry) - 3/31/2014 6:38:29 AM
For health reasons, Salt's not to keen. So eat what your served, Or else you'll get beaned. Good one, and I'm glad you're still with us on AD. Michael D.

Bean Scene...As-Salted (Poetry) - 3/30/2014 2:38:48 PM
Hahahaha!!!! That will serve him right!!!!! Sandie

Bean Scene...As-Salted (Poetry) - 3/30/2014 1:13:44 PM
very humorous budd

Bean Scene...As-Salted (Poetry) - 3/30/2014 10:51:55 AM
Eh . . . I've ducked a few plates in my time . . . Heh.Heh

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