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    Created this half-page print ad for Dr. Pamela D. George of Beautiful Health in Fairfield, CT. The ad targeted Fairfield Chamber members and was placed in the Connecticut Post, Fairfield Citizen-News, and Fairfield Magazine.

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    I started work with Rev. Ann Emerson, an interfaith minister and founder of the spiritual outreach program The Harmony Project, to convert over 800 pages of printed material into a new website (ultimately residing here). It is expected that the site will be over 100 pages so we needed to establish a content management system not only for these documents but support for future updates, including podcast interviews, videos, and ebooks.

    The site needs to be beautiful and easy to navigate but appeal to all regardless of gender and religious orientation. The message is about being human, one people, living in harmony throughout the world. As the tagline sums up nicely: What joins us is greater than what separates us.

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    Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me

    I hear ya, Sex Bunny. At least I think I do. Well, I mean, what the hell is a pedipalp?

    “Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me” is a song by the Australian alternative rock band TISM. It was the only single off The White Albun (2004). Yes, that’s how they spelled it. What can you expect from a band who wears balaclavas.

    A catchy little song that became a Web sensation when former Walt Disney animator Bernard Derriman (a.k.a. squetch) entered this video in a competition for TISM and won! According to his website it took him 3 weeks to create. There have been many versions since but this is still by far my favorite.

    As for TISM, they’re kinda like the Grateful Dead of Australia. As of this writing, their website is down. But ya gotta love a band that can work into the lyrics a reference to an orb-weaver spider’s sex parts.

    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    ohhh ohhh
    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    ohhh ohhh

    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    Does anyone else get that feeling?
    Teenagers, naked, couples in threes;
    Grandparents swing from the ceiling;

    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    ohhh ohhh
    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    ohhh ohhh

    Corporate capers and office amour;
    Shenanigans outdoor and in
    Resist, and then later you find out there’s more
    Regret in not doing the sin.

    All loves have to die – of that there’s no help;
    My favourite way to end em’
    Is the orb-weaver spider’s, whose pedipalp
    Enters the female pudendum,

    Then dies on the spot, his corpse there still stuck,
    Left for his rivals to curse it.
    He would rather die than not get to fuck:
    Personally, I reckon it’s worth it

    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    ohhh ohhh
    Does everybody else get that feeling?
    ohhh ohhh
    Everyone else has had more sex than me
    ohhh ohhh
    Does everybody else get that feeling?
    Whoa ohhhh ohhh ohh

    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everybody else
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone
    Does Everyone

    Does Everyone think?

    Henry Hecht was a nationally known baseball writer covering the Yankees for the New York Post. He also has written for Sports Illustrated, Newsday, the New York Times, The National, New York Magazine, the Washington Post, and Premiere. He also appeared as an on-air reporter for the NBC Sunday Today Show. In his later years he turned his talents to helping high school and college students throughout New York and Connecticut with writing.

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    Decided to post the inline Flash promo I did for Doctors Foster and Smith (pet supplies) that never saw the light of day. Plush Halloween characters for that special canine in your life.

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