I am not even going to read the original post by Hugh. It doesn't matter. Hugh, if you ever read this, please don't care about what envious people think. It's clear from your interviews and from your posts that you're a good guy. Nobody said you'd have to be perfect and always write the right stuff, or always be politically correct. Thanks again for the good reads ;)
As long as they fix this, I don't care what else they do:
Sounds like a bunch of nobodies to me.
The fact that this book caused a stir speaks volumes about South Carolina. It's a pretty tepid read.
Ok just found out some tickets were presold to PKXX but there will be others available when the time comes. Sorry. Didn't mean to freak anyone out....
If I'm not mistaken PK20 is already sold out. I believe they sold them out at the last PK19. Of course I could be wrong but you may want to check on that....
I can't wait to be inspired by all the synergy and outside-the-box thinking and synergy! These people get it.
I am using Leah's own standards for choosing reading material. I will refuse to read her new book because I disagree with her. After all, if Leah is going to be so close-minded not to read Orson Scott Card (or see a movie based on his novel) due his Mormon beliefs, I can decide not to read her Zombie fiction because of her close-minded attitude.
I tell you, every new zombie-themed piece of entertainment really makes me excited to live in such interesting times.
I'm pretty sure my artist statement would completely disqualify me from consideration, regardless of what I did.
FYI -- cppl.org sends me to some random site (it's ccpl.org)
I hope there's a "cutting open the Tauntaun to stay warm" game!
Physical media is dead. Long live the cloud.
(Let's see ya make *that* wearable).
The show is Saturday...
Saturday, Sept. 7th.
They will be leaving Charleston by 2014
The NEA used to be the ones funding individual artist awards, but small government conservatives decided in the late 80s and early 90s the stuff they were funding was offensive to families or Jesus or something.
Yea, glad these fellowships go to struggling artists...
Meant to say "Some might think it to be a play on the shoe sign on Hiway 61 at the Palmetto Shoe Repair business but any similarity is surely purely coincidental." The edit time ran out rather quickly.
Of course it is essentially a play on the shoe sign on Hiway 61 at the Palmetto Shoe Repair business. Hope no copyright comes into play.
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