A display of nice paintings.
The paintings were very nice. The cricket sounds in one scene were extremely loud, almost sounded like a whistle. The voice over was too monotone for me and I didn’t quite understand the story you were trying to tell, if any. As to death day not being remembered (I believe you said that), in the U. S. the day someone died is usually remembered by the love ones left behind.
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A review of The Tailgaterby ron gannon on 01/17/2013Fun read that was easy to follow and entertaining except maybe for, maybe, a little too much torture. Well written. I’d delete the comma after pure – top of page 1. It’s not needed. The ‘white anger’ is somewhat confusing. Is that a racist comment? “With an ease Stephen only hours ago would not have thought possible, he reached into his front pocket and brought out his favorite... read
A review of Bobbyby ron gannon on 01/17/2013I had to read parts twice to figure out what was going on. Then at the ending I had to go back and read up to the ghost showing up. A very confusing read that should have been a simple one. Not much going on and a lot of poor and unbelievable dialogue. Also many times it was confusing as to who was talking. Consider using – Billy said – or – said Johnny when it’s not too clear... read
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