Blog Posts - John Reed



Membership organizations must change to grow

Despite the recession, conferences and industry membership organizations continue to host annual, regional, and local events. Zintro asked membership organizations how they are faring in a slow economy and what they are doing to increase membership a...
by Zintro Blog on Apr 19, 2013

RIP Lonnie Scruggs

One of the good ones passed away to day.  Lonnie Scruggs was  real estate investing instructor who wrote books on mobile home investing.  He was famous for “Lonnie Deals.” This is buying an inexpensive mobile home and selling it at a b...

Bigfoot Damaged RV, says Sasquatch Hunter

Sometimes a story just smells fishy from the get-go, and this is one of those stories. I’m not sure why the police would make up a story about this guy stating that a Bigfoot attacked his trailer. Then again, maybe they were just trying to sham...
by The Occult Section on Oct 22, 2012

Text of S. 679 - Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining Act of 2011

Oh, this can't be good. S. 679 To reduce the number of executive positions subject to Senate confirmation. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATESMarch 30, 2011 Mr. Schumer (for himself, Mr. Alexander,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my web...
by William A. Manning on May 9, 2011

Tales of Woe by John Reed

     Tales of Woe is a hardback, full color, white text on black pages, with more than forty five pages of original art from eleven artists including Kiki Jones, Stephane Blanquet, Patrick McQuade, and the inimitable 8Pussy. Reed...
by Blog of A Dead Dreamer on Aug 31, 2010

Bardology and Bike Sex: an Interview With John Reed

This is from an interview I did while working for 12th Street Online, the online section of The New School’s undergraduate journal, 12th Street: John Reed has attracted his fair share of controversy. His novel Snowball’s Chance, in which Sno...
by Undercover New York on Mar 26, 2009

Rape Kits, Pitbulls and Libel; Just Another Normal Day With John Reed

12th Street staff felt that some content within the previous interview wasn’t safe to air on the school’s website, and edited it out. In the name of all that was sacred (or, rather, because I felt the decision was both too timid and inacc...
by Undercover New York on Mar 26, 2009


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