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A Weird Dream I HadWOAH, haven't written one of these in a while. Damn, I had a weird dream last night. I remember it had The Greed-ler, Kid, Chuck-E-Cheese's, some Korean river/waterfall, a train, and a whole bunch of random shit.
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So, I don't remember how it started. Freaking, wow, me. But, the earliest part I remember is that Izzi, Moony, and I were on this floating forest thing. And The Greed-ler was cutting down trees with these really buff guys with hardhats. Except, everything was plastic. We didn't like this for some strange reason, and started yelling at The Greed-ler. He got mad and started yelling back.
So, next thing ya know, we're in green overalls and orange shirts and we're freaking WORKING for the Greed-ler, cutting down trees and stuff. And guess who was working next to us? ANDREW. I don't even know.
So, we go on this train thing, and we ride for a while. MY FAMILY WAS ON THE TRAIN WITH US, DAMMIT. I don't mean just my mom, dad, and siblings. I mean my whole FAMILY. Cous
The Deer - new short story (excerpt)
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The Deer (excerpt)
by Josh Bugosh
Hunter was alone at the cabin, sitting in the little kitchen with its wood stove and the gas light mounted on the wall, chewing on his thoughts, trying to forget about shit, but knowing his grandson's ghost must be out there somewhere in the night beyond the windows. The night was all black and empty through them glass frames when the light reflected on them. But any outdoorsman knows the whole woods is teeming with all sorts of nocturnal life, hundreds of bodies moving in the dark. He knows, he can't see shit, but he knows like it's a sixth sense.
It was close to midnight. Probably after eleven or so. Hunter had eaten much earlier in the evening, and for hours he had sat there at the kitchen table, watching the stone walls sweat and listening to the crackle of the kindling in the wood stove. Then there was a knock at the door.
It was Walsh Hamby, smiling like usual, "Hey Hunt," he said, standing in the doorway, taller, thinner, and younger..
Dealing with Art Thieves, Trolls and ScammersdeviantART is a lovely site, one of the best I've come across. However, like all good things, it has it's bad side. This guide teaches you how to deal with those really bad things, art thieves, trolls and scammers.
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These people can be really distressing for an artist. They can find themselves in a situation which they don't know how to handle. Hopefully, this first part should guide you on how to deal with them.
~If someone steals your art
If you are informed or find out yourself that your artwork was stolen, go straight to the deviation and proceed with these three steps:
Step 1: Say something like 'This art is stolen, please delete it.' If, within a week, the art is gone, forget about it. If not, carry on to step two.
Step 2: Return to the deviation and tell them again 'This art has been stolen from me, delete it.'. Again, if the art is gone within a week, forget about it.