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Flying's Hidden Future?

Cue Frank Sinatra’s, “Come Fly With Me.”

As American airports struggle to keep up with the modern and innovative designs of its architectural counterparts in foreign nations from all around the world, it appears as if the golden era of flying from the days of Pan Am and sophistication at 35,000 feet could be the creative source for a 21st century return to luxury in the skies. 229 more words

Interview by Paula Xiberras of the Tasmanian Times

Interview by Paula Xiberras of The Tasmanian Times, dated July 31st, 2015

The name ‘Curley’ means ‘strong man’ but in this case the name refers to a strong woman and to borrow the title of her most recent novel a ‘fearless’ one at that. 457 more words


dreams of flying and escapism

I just realized that I haven’t had a flying dream, or a falling dream, in quite a long time. A Huffington post article (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/13/dreams-about-flying_n_891625.html… 457 more words


Cartoonist Lynda Barry once said “We don’t create a fantasy world to escape reality. We create it to be able to stay”.

We’ve all felt it, and will feel it again.   909 more words

Themes On Screens



-the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy.

My life has become a little dull as of late. 747 more words


I'll Believe In Somewhere Else

There are times I’d like to run away
As fast as wings can carry,
To daylights in another land
Where darkened thoughts don’t tarry.

Where day is night and night is day, 91 more words


Heroes Never Rust #104: A Final Note

Heroes Never Rust #104 by Sean Ironman

A Final Note

With Marvel 1985 issue six, no reader will be surprised when Toby returns to the real world with the Marvel heroes, and the villains are soon defeated. 952 more words

Heroes Never Rust