Ex Machina

Love me some Steampunk. artwork by Cris Ortega

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Never after

“Once upon a time, a wish, a promise of eternal love. A smile, a lie, a last kiss, and a simple ‘wait for me’. ‘Till death do us part’, you said, and Death will part us for sure. But to hold from that day forward, my enslaved soul was left down. And I hear the

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The sound of her wings

I’m going to be posting some Chris Ortega artwork here because I am so blown away by it. Artwork featuring the popular character Death of The Sandman series of Neil Gaiman.

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Category Archives: Hurricane Katrina

It’s how you’re willing to look at it

After hurricane Katrina I found myself unwilling to stomach the political scene. It seemed to me that a natural disaster lacks a tangible source of blame. This in my eyes was a positive in that as a nation we could

Animal Planet Heroes

Animal Planet will be showing a special tonight at 9 pm Animal Planet Heroes: Hurricane Rescues after the show there will be a live question and answer session with Dr. Brian Ghere, vet and a member of the American Veterinary

I tend to agree

…. with Sister Toldjah posting over at Blogs for Bush As I said earlier, if you want to get mad at our Congress and the President for wasteful spending the last five years, I’m right there with you. But be

A Word From Russ Vaughn

The following is a letter I received from Russ Vaughn with a plea not to forget the animals abandoned and injured in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Helping the least among us The outpouring of contributions to the victims of

Iraqi Soldiers Donate to Katrina Victims

Sometimes it’s the smallest gestures that show you just how large the human heart can be The amount of money is small in American dollars – roughly $680 – but it represents a huge act of compassion from Iraqi soldiers


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Bill Whittle on “Tribes”

Last night I sat here for hours trying to put into words the despair I have been feeling since the hurricane struck the gulf states. I wanted to address the constant barage of blame pointing and race baiting that we