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Home is where I hang my hat.
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pdub is once more, in isolation

by mleus on 09-17-2017 at 01:40 PM
This time what the Dub as he is affectionately called by most of us did, is shoplift a gun, lift thousands of dollars of gold chains from a jewelry store while it was open, steal a car, and do some other felony thefts (not necessarily in that order), leading to four state cases and one federal against him, which looks like will ultimately lead to that proverbial nickel in Lexington (which, this time, at least so far, he is far from doing complacently).


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Writing in 2012

by mleus on 06-17-2012 at 06:09 PM
This is the year when I hope to edit and publish the thousands of pages I've written over the last two.

Stand by!

One of our writers is in, so to speak, isolation

by mleus on 09-30-2009 at 02:35 PM
Well anyway Isolation is what the French call Solitary Confinement (from Henri Charriere's Papillon). Yes, sadly, one of our contributing writers is currently locked up.

But that won't stop him from writing. He will be mailing me his material, to be posted online! He might even be more prolific now that he has the time to concentrate.

Well, why not? Many fine books
have been written in prison.
-Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Weary in the evenings

by mleus on 09-08-2009 at 10:25 PM
For example tonight, I did write up a little anecdote, a little tidbit, on something that struck me today.

but by and large - I'm beat! It's 11:30pm and I'm not going to be writing much more tonight. Will take care of some business that had best be completed before tomorrow, watch some TiVO, "tear it up" and then have, as Charlie Sheen might put it, a restful sleep.


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The only way to write - is to write

by mleus on 09-06-2009 at 11:12 PM
I've found that the best way to get something down on paper, is to just do it. Write, write, write - regularly.

Each of us has an optimal time when our creative juices are flowing and our writing is sharpest. For me, this is morning - before I attend to the day's work, emails, phone calls - before I do anything much else, even eat breakfast.

But the most important key to writing is to simply set aside the time for it, BEFORE the day's exigencies swallow up your time.

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