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Nine Classic Books Mentioned In Seinfeld Episodes

Nine Classic Books Mentioned In Seinfeld Episodes By Doug Poe For a show that was promoted as being about nothing, the sitcom Seinfeld sure did touch on many different issues. The most well-known themes involved relationship troubles, problems with co-workers, and learning how to live peacefully among the many eccentric citizens of New York City. One of the often overlooked…

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God’s Tenth Avatar: Latest Incarnation of God on Earth to Weed Out Evil and Protect Virtuous

God’s Tenth Avatar: Latest Incarnation of God on Earth to Weed Out Evil and Protect Virtuous By Sathyanarayanan Bhimarao Lord Krishna, assured that in every Mega Age (Yug) He would take the avatar Incarnation) on Earth to annihilate the evil, punish the guilty, to protect the righteous and establish Dharma. In other words, in every age, He would set right…

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Not To The Death, But, To The Pain

Not To The Death, But, To The Pain By Joshua Clayton Before I really, really, really begin this article, I would just like to say that I got the title from that line in The Princess Bride movie written by William Golding when Wesley the farm boy bluffed Prince Humperdinck into running away from him in fear in a moment…

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Satiric Verses in Sanskrit Language

Satiric Verses in Sanskrit Language By Santhanam Nagarajan According to the Oxford Dictionary the meaning of the word Satire is, “The use of humor, irony, exaggeration or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. We know very well that Benjamin Franklin was the first to bring out cartoons to criticize the social happenings constructively. But…

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