Joined 7 years ago from Fort Worth, Texas
I have more than two decades professional writing experience, and I'm having a blast writing for HubPages. I write careful and informative articles with real value to you and other readers. My real name is Eric Parker -- with a "c" -- but this version with a "k" is a poor, not-very-creative attempt at a pseudonym... or something like that. My websites include:
Clear Your Eyes
about living with computer vision syndrome, dry eyes and the need for low power reading glasses
Conspiracy of Good
a catch-all site for all sorts of useful information
Gay Fort Worth
for gay and lesbian people in Fort Worth, Texas and those who would like to visit the area
Minimalist Living Today
for those who want useful, informative articles and personal stories about minimalist living and related topics
I also very much like Gip Plaster's So Much More Life blog at http://www.gipplaster.com.
3 years ago
Southlake, Texas may be one of the richest neighborhoods in the United States, but does it deserve to be hated? Hatred of Southlake is easy to understand but hard to justify.
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