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My Handsome Prince... by Delen, visual art

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My Bio
Current Residence: Lakewood, WA
Favourite style of art: Photomanipulation
Operating System: Windows XP
Favourite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny
Personal Quote: "I'm firmly convinced that photographers are painters with ADD." +cweeks

Favourite Visual Artist
Gustav Klimt, John Waterhouse, Alphonse Mucha
Favourite Movies
Hero, Unleashed, Amelie, City of Lost Children, Equilibrium
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
The Cure, DM, Switchblade Symphony, Skinny Puppy, Razor Skyline, Rasputina, Sisters of Mercy,
Favourite Writers
Stephen King
Favourite Games
Life...IRL
Favourite Gaming Platform
Nintendo DS
Tools of the Trade
Canon EOS 20D, Photoshop CS, Emotion
Other Interests
Photography, Design, Books, Movies
Well I guess you can have funny things happen even during a tragic time of war. Taken from Dan's blog: A Strange Patrol I know some of the stories that I tell are a bit odd, but this one has to be one of the top. We were heading out of the base camp, going downtown Tikrit. Suddenly, a urgent message comes in over my Blue Force Tracker (Kind of like an instant message). It tells me that there is and IED on the route that I wanted to take downtown on the Z cut. Based on this, I decided to reroute our convoy around that section of the roadway. The alternate route has us approaching the IED site from the North, the veering off to the East in o
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the Wall Street Journal published a story on my husband's company in Iraq? Well I found it online, so if anyone is interested, read away. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ These U.S. Raids In Iraq Look Real, But They Aren't The Purpose Is to Check Up On Aid to Small Business; Help Must Be 'Invisible' By YOCHI J. DREAZEN March 22, 2007; Page A1 NEAR TIKRIT, Iraq -- In one of the oddest raids of the war in Iraq, a convoy of U.S. Humvees rolled to a stop outside a small printing plant here one afternoon late last month. Twenty U.S. soldiers in dark goggles moved through the
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Fearful

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Dan is on his second deployment to Iraq and as it is well known, this time around it is far more dangerous than before. A lot of people, including myself, may not grasp the full impact being in a war zone has on somebody, so here is an example of pure ptsd. Dan will be back in 3 months, but the local people there will still live like this every day. Fearful It's a fear you cannot describe, something intangible and not created from rational thought. I wake up nights, staring blankly off into the darkness. My eyes straining for any sight of that which was about to attack me. That which wants me dead. The true fear that grips ones heart is the
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:wave: Just letting you know that I have featured one of your deviations in my latest news article Exploring Beneath the Surface :glomp:
Thank you so much.
Hi have taken your butterfly brushes for my work. Will credit ya :)
thanks for the fav ^^
I am watching you Delen.