vieira4 

member since 01/26/2012 | last login 05/08/2014

31 year old, Christian, socialist football fan. Have been writing all my life. I usually write about football, sometimes explicitly, other times subtly....

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31 year old, Christian, socialist football fan. Have been writing all my life. I usually write about football, sometimes explicitly, other times subtly.

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Reviews by vieira4 80

  • A review of Rafter J Ranching
    by vieira4 on 06/11/2013
    Hi. I know nothing about farms, tractors and cows, but I enjoyed this tale: by the end, I was really into it, wanting to know what would happen to the rancher next. Highlights: I like having 'Ed' at the start of every sentence about him: I like the rhythm this creates. I also liked the juxtaposition between his slowness and his apparent rashness when irritated. I laughed at... read
  • by vieira4 on 06/10/2013
    Thanks for sharing 'Smarter Than A Smartphone'. I thoroughly enjoyed this - very much a zeitgeist piece. Mr Walker initially appears to be a conniving, lazy character attempting to gain maximum reward for minimum effort, but over time, the true extent of his genius becomes clear. I love the conclusion - I was expecting the protagonist to succeed, but I wasn't expecting him... read
  • A review of The Rebellious Son
    by vieira4 on 06/08/2013
    I really liked this story. I worked out what the creature was on about page 2, which was the perfect length of time as far as I am concerned. I don't like obvious stories, and I don't like those that feel as if they have been written for an intellectual elite. You obviously researched this well and know a lot about mediaeval myths. I know absolutely nothing about any of this,... read
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Comments About vieira4 46

  • gridlock on 06/11/2013

    Thanks for your notes on The Unplanned Visit!
  • Karl Gorman on 06/09/2013

    That's the first time a football fan has appreciated one of my stories about mythical creatures in the medieval era . . . your type traditionally bullies me for lunch money (just kidding).

    I am - indeed - happy that you found joy in reading it. That certainly warms me.

    Sincerely,

    -- Karl Gorman.
  • asankagurusinghe on 07/20/2012

    IT's a bit late but did you see the long close up on Balotelli's face as he walked to take his penalty shootout kick. It was poetry- fear, compusure, mischief, like he was trying not to laugh all playing on his face for about 30 seconds.
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