Skinflicks: The Inside Story of the X-Rated Video Industry

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Performing Arts - 452 pages
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So much happens to all of us every day, yet so much is often forgotten.  It is easier to remember things when they rhyme; both the momentous moments and the simple ones. Life is not always an adventure. Often it is ordinary occasions and the common place events that bring us the greatest joy. Stop always looking for the next big thing, beacuse more often than not, life is just the next thing. And that next thing is what life is all about.   Every rhyme contains a story; some are sincere, some are funny, some are sad, and some are reflective.  There is a lesson, a moral, a tale, a smile, or a tear in every single one. They all rhyme for a reason.

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SAMUEL MATHER (1706-1785), the son of Cotton Mather, graduated from Harvard in 1723. He served as Chaplin at Castle William, in Boston Harbor. In 1733, he moved to Boston with Rev. Joshua Gee at the Second Church, Boston (Old North Meetinghouse) and stayed nine years. After being dismissed from Second Church, he formed the Tenth Congregational Society, in the Meeting-house on the corner of Hanover and North Bennet Street in Boston's North End. DR. DAVID JENNINGS (1691-1762) was pastor to the congregation in Old Gravel Lane, Wapping. He was a friend of Isaac Watts and John Newton's family. ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748) was a preacher at 24 and gave himself to preaching and writing his entire life. He was an prolific hymn writer who wrote over 600 hymns, among many other works. REV. THOMAS PRINCE (1687-1758) was a Harvard graduate, an historian and the pastor at the Old South Church, Boston. Princeton, Massachusetts was named after him.

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