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  • Why Do You Believe In God?

    Why Do You Believe In God?

    9 years ago

    Do you believe in Morgan Freeman? I've done a few hubs on God and faith, so I figured one more might be worthwhile. Some of us believe in God, or at least in some higher power. Others do not, and wonder why anyone would. This hub is not an attempt...

  • The Art of Storytelling - Surprise Endings

    The Art of Storytelling - Surprise Endings

    9 years ago

    Writing is a subjective kind of art. Different people like different things when it comes to the written word. However, there are certain techniques that you can use to improve the quality of a story. While I'm not a published writer, I am fairly...

  • Aliens in America

    Aliens in America

    9 years ago

    Please don't run over the immigrants. Okay, I know I'm no expert on social issues, but these are my opinions, so feel free to refute them. America has had a long history of encouraging immigration, at least through legal means. Does anybody...

  • Politics, Pandering and People

    Politics, Pandering and People

    9 years ago

    I haven't written a new hub in a while, but I saw this question and thought I'd weigh in. I'll make it clear now, what follows is purely my own opinion, and nothing that could be considered fact. So, on the off chance I say something that you...

  • My Thoughts On: Fear

    My Thoughts On: Fear

    9 years ago

    This is a short memoir I wrote for a creative writing class. I think it has a good moral to it, even if it's not my best work. I hope you enjoy it, and maybe even get a good life lesson out of it. My relationship with fear has changed over the...

  • Look Me In The Eyes

    Look Me In The Eyes

    10 years ago

    Have you ever been on an elevator with a stranger and found one or both of you unwilling or unable to make eye contact? Ever wonder why? Well, it kind of depends. They say the eyes are the window to the soul. I'm not sure who "they" are, but they...

  • The Most Dangerous Game?

    The Most Dangerous Game?

    10 years ago

    The global climate has been changing quite a bit lately, and it's widely believed that human activity is mostly to blame. But some people actually go so far as to say humans are "destroying" the natural world. In a small sense, sure, but the world...

  • God and the Arrogant Man

    God and the Arrogant Man

    10 years ago

    This is a short story I wrote in September of 2008. The idea was to write a dialogue with God, to imagine how such an encounter would go. I got some pretty good responses to it back then, so I figured it was worth sharing here. If you're interested...

  • Does God Exist? - A Logical Answer

    Does God Exist? - A Logical Answer

    10 years ago

    God finally responds to his critics Personally, I think there is a god, and he's not evil. He's all-powerful, and all-knowing, and universally loves us, his creations. Now, I know that right away most skeptics and logical minds are opposed to such...

  • Talk for 5 minutes, Listen for 10

    Talk for 5 minutes, Listen for 10

    10 years ago

    In my experience, most fights originate from some kind of misunderstanding. Communication is an art, and its one we're always in the process of learning. The greatest linguists on the planet still have a lot to learn, as do we all. This is why I...

  • Respect Your Elders

    Respect Your Elders

    10 years ago

    During the summer and winter months, I'm employed with Catholic Charities of Albany, doing deliveries for their Meals on Wheels program. The idea is to promote good nutrition for older people and/or people who have special needs. I mostly work the...

  • Book Review: Fractured

    Book Review: Fractured

    10 years ago

    I recently finished reading this book. I have to say, at first I wasn't too sure. The opening scene hits pretty hard. An average episode of Law and Order SVU seems mild compared to Karen's grisly portrayal of the crime. I won't spoil it for you, but...

  • Quirky Dreamscapes

    Quirky Dreamscapes

    10 years ago

    I've had my fair share of strange dreams. Sometimes, my dreams end up inspiring me to write something based on what happened in the dream. I've gotten a couple of short stories out of it, but mostly they're just too strange even for fiction. I'm a...

  • Sending Text Messages to the Web

    Sending Text Messages to the Web

    10 years ago

    Some phone providers let you send text messages straight to the web, such as in emails. Email form isn't immediately useful if you want your text message published to the web, though. If you want your messages to show up on a website, the best way...

  • Viruses and You

    Viruses and You

    10 years ago

    I'm writing this in response to the question: "Do you think that a virus dilutes, i.e. reactions to it lessen, as it is passed from person to person over time?" Well, the simple answer is no. Viruses are very strange creatures. There's still some...

  • How to find your IP address

    How to find your IP address

    10 years ago

    Depending on your Internet provider, your IP address can change from time to time. There are a couple of different ways to check, but this is the best way I know to see your IP address. (Note: This walkthrough is for Windows XP. If you have Vista,...

  • How not to make a request

    How not to make a request

    10 years ago

    http://hubpages.com/request/12338/best A word to the unwise: take your time. Just because you're writing on the Internet doesn't mean grammar and common sense no longer matter. Slow down and make a coherent thought, please. I totaly argee wtih...

  • How can a hub no one has read have 3 reads?

    How can a hub no one has read have 3 reads?

    10 years ago

    I'm not an expert on Hubs by any means, but I understand a thing or two about the Internet. Web pages that track hits or views usually do so without discrimination. If you edited your own hub a couple times before deciding to delete it, it's...

  • Explaining String Theory

    Explaining String Theory

    10 years ago

    To answer the original question, String Theory is not fact. That's why it's still called a theory. This is all very complicated stuff, but I'll try to put it simply. Many years ago, the theory was that atoms were the tiniest particle that make up...

  • How do you come up with writing ideas for Hubs?

    How do you come up with writing ideas for Hubs?

    10 years ago

    As the subtitle says above, requests are a great way to kickstart ideas. Just read through the main Q&A page and look for questions about things you know about. If you're looking to write non-fiction, a good way to start is to think about things...

  • Does Time Really Exist?

    Does Time Really Exist?

    10 years ago

    Does time exist? It's an interesting question. I think it's safe to say it is, but that's just based on my own definition of the word "exist." In some sense, anything can exist if you can think about it. Real unicorns might not exist, but the...

  • Can you create tables in hubpages? And if so, how?

    Can you create tables in hubpages? And if so, how?

    10 years ago

    Well, there doesn't seem to be any built-in tool for table-building. There is the HTML editor, but apparently it doesn't accept table tags. Understandably, I guess, since using the wrong tags could end up screwing up the whole page. So, from the...

  • What do you see when you look in the mirror?

    What do you see when you look in the mirror?

    10 years ago

    I'm not sure if I'm a narcissist of some kind, but I've spent an inordinant amount of time looking at myself in the mirror. Sometimes I'm admiring my eyes, wondering why my teeth are crooked, messing with my hair, agonizing over whether or not to...

  • Define Darkness?

    Define Darkness?

    10 years ago

    This is a complex question. To answer it, we first need to understand what is meant by 'darkness'. What does the word imply? People use it for many things, and they're all right. The fact of the matter is, the word darkness encompasses more than any...

  • Things You Can Do In Videogames But Not In Real Life

    Things You Can Do In Videogames But Not In Real Life

    10 years ago

    I'm a gamer. I love videogames on just about every platform. The fantasy environment makes a nice release from reality. After all, some days you just really need to shoot something. In general, you don't want that to occur in real life. Here are...

  • What Is The Best Movie You Have Seen In The Last Year And Why

    What Is The Best Movie You Have Seen In The Last Year And Why

    10 years ago

    This is in response to the question, "what is the best movie you have seen in the last year and why?" I'm something of a film buff, and a lover of classic cinema. That said, I'm often dissapointed by most of the crap that Hollywood offers us every...


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