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  • This entry was posted in fiction, science fiction and tagged after-life, death, dog, god.

    Conversation With Dog

  • Posted in fantasy, fiction | Tagged after-life, book-characters, writer's block | Leave a comment

    speculative fiction with a humorous slant!

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    speculative fiction with a humorous slant!

  • But the standard has taken on a mega after-life, via dark interpretations by the likes of Nick Cave/Shane MacGowan and Joey Ramone and, especially, its use as a contrast with ugly or violent content in a slew TV shows and movies, including The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Good Morning Vietnam and Bowling for Columbine.

    Michael Sigman: The Wonderful World of Irony

  • This entry was posted in fantasy, fiction and tagged after-life, book-characters, writer's block.

    Charles, Pending

  • "Jesus 'resurrection shattered the after-life expectations of the ancient world," I told a friend last week.

    Weblogs

  • However, as in life, the after-life has layers and their own 'political' system where you arrive there at a level and dependent on how you lived your life on earth, can and will dictate where you go in death.

    Alexandra Holzer: "Ghosts and Humans Yucking It up Over Toothpaste!" (VIDEO)

  • On balance, though, Botham deserves his comfortable after-life as a national treasure, chuntering in the Sky TV commentary box about how namby-pamby modern players fuss over injuries.

    Ian Botham by Simon Wilde - review

  • Coming primarily from the position of middle class privilege, several contemporary movements converge here with the common conviction that the stuff Jesus said matters not just for the after-life, but for our lives here and now.

    Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove: America's Next Revival

  • For those that came from a different time and place, were the ones in particular that fascinated father the most as their use of the English language and known environment was many times innocent and digestible sometimes proving humor, personalities and foul language do exist in the after-life.

    Alexandra Holzer: "Some of My Best Friends Are Ghosts!"

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