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    • 1.

      Politically Correct Affects Creative Writing - Too

      by Harriet Silkwood - 2006-12-19
      This Politically Correct stuff is just going too far. I never did like the concept of anyone being treated with kid gloves just because they were...whatever. That seems to me to only accentuate t...
    • 2.

      Critical Reviews vs. Flames

      by Harriet Silkwood - 2006-12-19
      A negative review.A critique should never be negative. Ever. If you get a negative critique, you can bet he is full of sour grapes. If he attacks the work in a way that is derogatory, inflammatory...
    • 3.

      Are We Scaring Off Good Reviewers

      by Harriet Silkwood - 2006-12-20
      Everyone receives those reviews from Hell occasionally. The ones where the reader isn't able to see past her own favorite genre and thinks you should write to please her. The ones who haven't the li...
    • 4.

      What Do Other People Think Of You?

      by Max Ng - 2006-12-23
      I used to be very concerned about what other people think of me. Especially when they think badly of me. I would get very upset if I got to know of it. This is because I felt that I tried very hard to...
    • 5.

      Choices: The Never Ending Buffet

      by Ken Raeside - 2006-12-29
      I was standing in line at my favorite fast food joint the other day trying to figure out what I wanted for lunch when my brain shut down.I had ten different meals to choose from, seven soft drink choi...
    • 6.

      Yes, Virginia, Journalists Let Their Opinions Creep In-2001 Editorial

      by Lindsey Williams - 2007-01-16
      Having been ahead of the curve explaining last week's plunge in the economy, and the return of bi- partisan politics to Congress, we take a breather to examine the state of journalism ethics in re...
    • 7.

      Politically-Are You a "Sitting Duck" or a "Clay Pigeon"?

      by DAn Bunch - 2007-01-21
      Re-intering my own living room this morning I am at once faced with a two-fold dilemma. There are lamps that sit on either side of my couch upon plain wooden tables. One of which someone forgot to tur...
    • 8.

      The Player of the Year

      by Thomas Baugh - 2007-01-21
      Right, no messing around please. The Player of the Year award this season will come down to two players - Cristiano Ronaldo and Didier Drogba. It's as simple as that.I have a funny feeling that the wi...
    • 9.

      The Watford Ransom Demand

      by Thomas Baugh - 2007-01-21
      I have to comment on the ludicrous amounts of money being bounded around for Watford's Ashley Young. As I write this article he remains a Hornet but I'm assuming he will make a move in the summer, if ...
    • 10.

      The Benefit Of Relegation For Charlton Athletic

      by Thomas Baugh - 2007-01-21
      I really think that if Charlton go down this season, then it will benefit them and their fans greatly - at least in the short term.I mean, they've been in the Premiership for a number of years and mai...