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Love is a Contagious Disease

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St. Valentine is the saint associated with love, you know that martyr beheaded for helping couples wed?   17:35.14.02.20. You know that tingly feeling you get all over your body when you fall in love? That’s common sense leaving your brain. A young lust-filled earth worm was after a young and beautiful female worm. To […]

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MEET PADDY KELLY!

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MEET PADDY KELLY! Born of an Irish father and a Sicilian mother Paddy Kelly, (68 years old), is the eldest of nine. He left Ireland at the age of sixteen and emigrated to New York City working odd jobs such as pushing a hot dog cart and as an assembly line worker in a Pepsi Cola […]

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Space Between the Neurons (Installation # 0.67)

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The Legend of Dock Ellis Doc in Cannery Row said a man’s got to leave his mark, even if it’s only a scribble. Talking with a mechanical engineering friend last week he argued that everybody leaves their mark. I don’t agree but I at least concede that people who make exceptional contributions usually rise to […]

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Rave Reviews

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American Rhetoric http://www.paddykellywriter.com/2018/03/11/american-rhetoric/ https://fiction4all.com/authorpages/a815.htm   Hi Paddy, Wow – I just finished American Rhetoric and I loved it. Thank you for gifting me a copy. Below is the review I’ve posted to Amazon, B&N, Kobo and Goodreads. Please feel free to use my review in your marketing endeavors, and keep writing!!! Sincerely, Linda Thompson,  Host […]

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Wheelchairs of the Gods

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Wheelchairs of the Gods or  . . . Eric the Red(faced) Michael Shermer, editor of Skeptic Magazine was featured on the TED Talks series where he gave a guest presentation on his 1997 book Why People Believe in Weird Things. The publication and the book focus on debunking bad, sloppy or just bullshit science. After […]