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Vincent Trigili
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Attends Liberty University
Lives in Virgina
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New contest on my blog - Free signed copy of your favorite Lost Tales book is up for grabs!
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Formatting Wars!
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Ooh, hand me a "Follow the style guide" sign. 
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Well said.
 
Any DnDer's out there? I loved this article for the way it brought out some really unexpected links between gaming and writing.
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Best writing advice, EVER!
 
Some of you might appreciate this (from a blog I follow.) It's anti-advice for writers, and quite amusing while at the same time insightful.
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This of course does NOT describe any of us.... ;) 
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Yay! Good blessed me with my very own name... I mean a URL. :) google.com/+VincentTrigili
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Things to keep in mind if your characters speak in a dialect, there are right and wrong ways to use words in every dialect.
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+Marc Lane  and +Maya Davis  the article does link you to http://microsyntax.sites.yale.edu/phenomena for more information.
 
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Oh this is a treasure... especially #1, #2 and #4. 
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+Dave Higgins  Sorry, but I can find no record of the mircowave in any of the news currently. The link I posted gave the details as I understand them to be true. You can also head over to the reference section of the Wikipedia article  (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liebeck_v._McDonald%27s_Restaurants )to find a lot more information linked there.

Not claiming to be an expert, nor infallible, I just can not find any thing to support the microwave angel.
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Father, Teacher, Author
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Writer, Teacher, Black Belt American Freestyle Karate
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  • Smashwords
    Author, 2010 - present
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Virgina
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NJ,NV,TN,VA
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Author of the Lost Tales of Power sci-fi series (http://losttalesofpower.com)
Education
  • Liberty University
    Master of Divinity, 2007 - present
  • Middle Tennessee State University
    B.Sci: Mathematics: Statistics
  • Middle Tennessee State University
    B.Sci: Computer Science
  • Ocean County College
    A.Sci : General Mathmatics
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Vydor, VydorScope
Master Alley is the teacher whom my family started under. He is a great teacher that works very well with children. He knows his stuff, is patience and enthusiastic. He is talented at both teaching and performing Martial Arts and teaching Martial Arts. I highly recommend his school to all families who are looking for a great environment to train together in.
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My wife, son and all have been attending Super Kicks for a few years now. We started my son in the program when he was 6 years old, and he is currently only a few months away from getting his black belt. The program is a great family activity where children can learn respect and self control. My son is a very hyper child, and this gives him a great constructive outlet for his energy and because of the way the class is structured it is something we can do with him. This helps us to have more time together as a family, and less time just carting him around to from one activity to another. I highly recommend Super Kicks for families as a way to train up children both physically and mentally.
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