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GoFundMe campaign to feed my strays

Help me feed my dogs through August 2016 go to gofundme.com/crashmacewan or see widget on left for link ... click here to continue reading this fascinating article.

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Pamlico River NC

If you don’t do it every day, you are damned to extinction.

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The All Day Song of Pancakes

McSweeney’s Internet Tendency finds necessary the tracking of the whereabouts of Dr. and Mr. Doris Haggis-On-Way and requests reports of sightings of the ersatz couple. Obviously the two attempted to enter eastern NC via the Roanoke River but this writer will not reveal the true whereabouts here, on this website, as the current tracking requires sightings be recorded via email through the customerservice area of the website. ... click here to continue reading this fascinating article.

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How to get WebRoot off your Mac

In the interest of the frustrated public, here’s how you take WebRoot off your Mac. ... click here to continue reading this fascinating article.

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Theory of Memory Relativity

My thoughts are thus: Nostalgia fuels memories. Memories fuel creativity. The reaction to the memory creates an action in the creative mind. Not the numbing sad mind, not the depressed mind but the whole mind. Paul King (computational neuroscientist) writes on Quora: Most likely, creativity is a whole-brain process, and creativity is maximized when information, knowledge, skills, and cognitive styles from all parts of the brain work in coordination to explore and organize as many divergent paths of thinking and feeling as possible. ... click here to continue reading this fascinating article.

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Studio Reorganization Attempt #23

It’s time to sort or be sorted. Art or get off the pot. And the announcement of my first annual ever Tear Up a Book Today Day. ... click here to continue reading this fascinating article.

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The Assemblagist Assembles

Beginning parts deserve posting. This is the major focus area of a larger work. The round mirror needs some work so it will “fit in” to the piece. Most of the objects included in this area of the work are “found childhood” and the remainder came from “Remember When” in Greenville, my favorite store. Oh wait, the bottom right hand corner sewing bits came from a sewing basket bought at an estate auction in Farmville, Michael Cable [auctioneer extraordinaire]. The red bench belonged to a grand piano which I still own and will incorporate into a work at a later date. ... click here to continue reading this fascinating article.

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