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Imagine how valuable shared content will become if people actually used the amazingly great tools they discover instead of just sharing. I want to know how the tool work, not that it merely exists.
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Hockey, is part of my Canadian psyche and the culture condones aggression, I wrote this story in the summer of 2001, it is called "hockey enforcer"

Bam! We heard the big man fall to the ice, skates, sticks, gloved fists pounding his skull into the ice over and over as the crowd chanted the hero to rise to his feet. Referees waiting at blood’s edge, mouth on whistle, hand ready to cease play, waiting...waiting...waiting

‘It is not real’, sighed the spectators watching from far away on their sports broadcasts.

Instead the paused moment of watching their enforcer get the beat down for the sake of enforcing reign on the ice incited the arena into rage adrenalin.

Players from each team, fans from each side erupted into almighty violence, carnage too chaotic to comprehend. Teeth and blood flying like shrapnel in the humid air.

And in the haze and in the maze of flying fists and shrapnel, the hockey enforcer’s wife walked through the violence as if parting the legendary red sea.

She stared into the eyes of those who incite such drama for the sake of filling arenas and selling team merchandise. And in a hush the arena was quiet, no music, no clapping, nothing but pure silence. The hockey enforcer rose to his feet and skated to his wife, a gesture promising to forsake his hockey career to be home with her, his true love.

The crowd erupted into a cheer, clapping, chanting and singing, until a roar consumed the arena, a loud rumbling from the depths of the enforcer’s wife, “Enough,” she punctuated in the final breath of voice before blowing away the arena barriers. Alone holding hands staring into each other for eternity, the enforcer knew he had to go back to work laying down the hockey law. “Gotta go, my love.” and he skated back into the hockey carnage. AS
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For 2012, this homepage design continues to be one of my favourite types of homepages to land upon, especially when the SERPs are boring same old same old...with too much stuff and too many words and images and opt-ins. Landing on an interesting homepage evokes the same excitement as meeting face to face an exceptionally interesting and captivating person. Ya dig?
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My Amina logo was designed for me in 2003 by Avocado Media in Toronto. It completely captures my core view of unity, harmony, amalgamation, solidarity and cooperation.
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My passion are words, business, the creative arts and web analytics.

I also write short short stories 500 words or less, see Curried Haggis

Also check out my main site Amina Seidemann