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Comment on LISTEN TO US! by Old Jules

Wed, 12 Oct 2011 18:37:02 +0000

Stopping a train just ain't easy The methods are bloody and sleazy But changing direction Requires a correction More solid than whiney and breezy. Old Jules



Comment on HOME by degan

Fri, 04 Jun 2010 15:40:54 +0000

Thanks Petra, I'm glad you liked it. Dennis



Comment on HOME by Petra McQueen

Mon, 31 May 2010 09:58:48 +0000

Great story. Will get back to you why when I've got a bit more time. (I've got to go and run a bicycle-powered cinema in a tent right now!) I've just posted my version on Stroycollectorpetra@blogspot.com.



Comment on FINAL AFFIRMATION by Mandy Lester

Mon, 24 May 2010 19:07:10 +0000

I love your work, Final Affirmation is amazing! I hope you do write a complete novel, I would love to read it. Good Job.



Comment on Saturday by Henry

Tue, 01 Dec 2009 02:25:55 +0000

Yeah, I remember when he told me about this story. I felt bad about it. He's lucky he wasn't going to fast. And yes, it was a terrible day for this to happen, with the parade and everything. But good job on this, its actually kind of nice to see it from your perspective, haha.



Comment on Saturday by Nan

Wed, 23 Sep 2009 23:43:14 +0000

Love it, Dennis! I wish that I couldn't relate, but can you believe that my two oldest children had the brakes fail on each of them within one month of each other? What are the odds of that? Scary, scary stuff, but you're right...as parents we can't "go there", but just put them in God's hands and delight in the miracles (i.e. escaping from such a situation unscathed). Keep 'em coming!



Comment on Saturday by Pamela Sue

Wed, 23 Sep 2009 19:14:50 +0000

Ha ha ha, good on you!



Comment on Saturday by degan

Wed, 23 Sep 2009 19:12:32 +0000

ya, well, there are limits to my mercy, he's learning how to bleed brakes tonight.



Comment on Saturday by Pamela Sue

Wed, 23 Sep 2009 19:01:04 +0000

Oh dear, the ungrateful child went off to play with his friends while Dear Old Dad spent time and money laboring on his car. You are long-suffering, and deserving of some parental trophy. Or at least repayment for what you spent on parts. :)



Comment on Slacker Beavers by Qatgirl

Fri, 30 Jan 2009 20:13:28 +0000

Maybe this is an auxiliary dam, and the real, big dam is somewhere else off in the woods. Up the creek, maybe. And they just work on your dam when they have time off from the Main Dam (MD). Maybe your creek has been designated a Dam Construction Training Area (DCTA), and they send their interns out there to get experience. (Which would explain the subpar workmanship skills.) With the economy the way it is, most of the interns have headed for Pennsylvania, where most of the Dam Construction Internships (DCI's) have been awarded. Or... maybe the Beavers have planned a great dam for your creek, but they haven't been granted approval from the Greater West Virginia Beaver Dam Planning Commission (GWVBDPC). You know how red tape can hold up things like this. Or maybe you just have some Dam Lazy Beavers (DLB).