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Sons of Anarchy Season 1 (2008) TV Review

Another Binge Worthy Series

Like “Breaking Bad”, I missed “Sons of Anarchy” during it’s initial run of Television.  The show always intrigued me but I never got around to trying to catch up for the current seasons.  1,008 more words

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The White Bronco Case Fictionalized

Everybody still remembers American football player and The Naked Gun actor O.J. Simpson, and that white Bronco car being chased by the police on the highway. 674 more words


Q&A: The Stone Foxes

San Francisco’s bluesy rock’n’rollers The Stone Foxes bring their unique sound across the Atlantic to embark on their first tour of the UK’s toilet circuit. With four albums under their belts, releasing the latest, Twelve Spells, in August 2015, this band know how to combine country, blues and rock with an underlayer of their very own San Francisco sound. 802 more words


Johnny Trusted Everyone, Suspected No One

Johnny was unique in 21rst Century American society in many ways.  A major difference between him and the rest of his world was that he honestly believed that no one was capable of anything but good, and that if you extend your helping hand, it will always be honored.    431 more words

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Board Meeting in Heaven

Set in heaven, this is a board meeting with Sons of Anarchy characters based on religious characters discussing cuts to services.

Clay                       God
Jax                         Judas Iscariot… 4,189 more words

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Swings and Roundabouts

This is a prequel to my story Give and Take.
It takes place around seasons 3 and 4 starting with when the group are released from Stockton after 14 months. 13,477 more words

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Johnny Lewis and "Sons of Anarchy" -- Part 4: The End

Johnny made great friends on “Sons of Anarchy,” and appreciated the quality of the writing and production,  but as filming commenced on Season Two, however, he became more concerned about what he felt was the rising level of violence in the series. 454 more words

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