Recent Reviews for Dave Field
Rings (Short Story) - 4/16/2006 12:23:05 AM|
I never thought I'd say I enjoyed reading a story with this content, but I sure did. I like your style... Very much so.
Spirit Rustler (Short Story) - 10/30/2004 8:48:49 PM
Great story, it just pull you in. Strong plot, powerful description, very atmospheric. You've a gift for envoking horror.
Spirit Rustler (Short Story) - 10/29/2004 6:28:23 PM
I love a spooky tale. Thanks!
Little Horses (Short Story) - 10/29/2004 12:25:43 PM
Oh my GOD, that was revolting! (in a good way, of course) I was reading it and literally my mouth fell open when he sliced off her...ah...appendage. :-) Awesome story! :-) April
Spirit Rustler (Short Story) - 10/29/2004 12:07:07 PM
Ooh, very creepy. I liked it! :-) April
The Dimple (Short Story) - 9/15/2004 11:02:28 AM
Very enjoyable read. Loved your internal thoughts and just who created all these babies! Wonderful line.
The Dimple (Short Story) - 9/14/2004 11:37:06 AM
fun write; thanks for the sharing! enjoyed~
(((HUGS))) and love, your tx. friend, karen lynn. :D
The Dimple (Short Story) - 9/14/2004 10:58:38 AM
LOL! That was a good read. :)
Little Horses (Short Story) - 4/28/2004 2:33:32 PM
Damn this is one hell of a story and the ending is even more chilling. It is a kicker. You got yourself a horror classic here; powerful work man. It is quite suspenseful and combing that with a horror story, creates for a story that will stick in the mind long after a read had read it.
Little Horses (Short Story) - 4/28/2004 8:39:35 AM
EEEK! What a ending! YIKES! Chilling story; but very well done!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your (spooked) Tx. friend, Karen Lynn. :0 (screaming)
Arnold's Rocket (Short Story) - 4/1/2003 1:30:21 PM
A good story Dave. Thanks for sharing it.
Be Good, Serve the State and Donít Think (Article) - 11/24/2009 8:21:14 AM
I just scanned your article and from what I can see it parallels what goes on in the US to a Tee. But to answer your question; "Why is it the people can be so easily manipulated", the answer; at least for the US, is simple. We have about 40% of the population that says to the Government...Take care of me. I don't care if I lose my freedom or independence, but take care of me. Then we have another 20% of the people (we call them Liberals) that say, Take care of the poor souls, they can't help it. Thus, the Government here manipulates us to their whims; that is if once in a while the other 40% doesn't win. (Conservatives)
A Dove With Painted Toenails (Article) - 2/18/2007 9:20:14 AM
Birds are lovely. Although our cat was born in our house, and our family has always kept pets, I have learned that we cannot make them happy, and they are often in danger because of our inability to communicate with them. I have decided that it is best to keep a bird feeder with water and a bird house rather than to have pets. Then we are assured that we do not interfere or enter fear in their lives.
The Lure of the Vindaloo (Article) - 4/10/2006 9:16:11 AM
I am from the original Land of the Curry. I was told last year by a top diplomat posted in London that "Vindaloo" has now become the national food of Britain! I have never tasted this dish, and maybe I have to go to Britain to do that.
Vindaloo is supposed to be a dish from Goa in the West Coast of India that was a Portuguese colony till mid 1950s. Maybe it has a Portuguese origin. The amazing variety of cuisine from the Indian sub-continent (not all of them spicy) would be a revelation to foreigners who come to this country and eat in any Indian home. Ihad a British girl teacher as a house-guest for a week a couple of months ago, as a Rotary Exchange team member. She agrees.
Billy - The First of Many (Article) - 12/1/2005 2:00:31 PM
Ever think of feeding this dog BEFORE you go somewhere or leave the house! Funny tale. Loved it!
Billy - The First of Many (Article) - 12/1/2005 7:02:20 AM
Loved your tale of Billy, Dave, since I, too, love mongrels - they have far more character and personality and intelligence than those haughty purebreeds!
I've got a gigantic black mongrel named Turbo that would patiently wait for one of my cats to open the bedroom closet door - he liked the savory taste of my leather shoes - and he would then grab one, and race under the bed with it - and he ate every last pair I had, save one, which I then guarded with my life!
Teasmade Terror (Article) - 9/2/2005 12:34:46 AM
I sure wouldn't want a Goblin making my tea! :)
Your poor mother... she must have had post-traumatic stress from that thing!
The True Believers (Article) - 11/19/2004 1:17:27 PM
Dave, I can identify with this evolution of your Christmas, from my own evolving, from those around me coming and going. Finally, I realized my greatest joy... the warmth of loved ones surrounding me. And when even that is absent... there is much to be said for the glow that comes from the kindness of strangers. It is, after all, all about giving. And most of all--of yourself.
Wishing you a serene and warmly felt holiday season.
The True Believers (Article) - 11/15/2004 8:39:29 AM
Well I believe in the magic of Christmas and sometimes it is more than just gifts but the sentiments and well wishes of old friends. New stories about Christmas helps too.
A Dove With Painted Toenails (Article) - 8/6/2004 10:48:18 AM
delightful story, dave! i loved reading about scrap; sounds like he sounds like a charmer!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your animal-lovin' texas friend, karen lynn. :)
Cucumber Delight (Article) - 2/18/2004 5:26:49 PM
It is a guy thing, my hubby has this exact disease and I believe he's passing it onto my son. Very funny write!
Fear of Trifles (Article) - 6/3/2002 4:22:55 AM
<smile> Ahh the memories of our childhoods. Great article.. LOL Had to laugh at the description of your Grandad with a loaded barrell ( wheel barrell that is.. )
Love and Light
Quality (Article) - 5/28/2002 1:54:16 AM
I find myself questioning the 'system' similarly. Good article, valid points, crazy society, where to from here...