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OFFICIAL ROD SERLING USPS STAMP PETITION

Dear Friends, I have just read and signed the online petition: "OFFICIAL ROD SERLING USPS STAMP PETITION" hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free
Michael Langford
Jan 27, 2010
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1758

August 2002: Night Meeting

This is Bradbury at his best! Bringing contrasting and conflicting things together pulling me in to wonder which is which, which is "real" and which is dead
Fair N Height 451
Apr 29, 2008
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February 2002: The Locusts

Another little vignette…humans come to Mars in waves. In two paragraphs Bradbury drives the story forward with the fury of human expansion. It feels like
Fair N Height 451
Apr 10, 2008
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Re: CONGRATULATIONS RAY BRADBURY!

You are right. It is long overdue however it is well deserved. -carla-
Fair N Height 451
Apr 18, 2007
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CONGRATULATIONS RAY BRADBURY!

On a long-overdue special citation from the Pulitzer Prize Committee! http://www.pulitzer.org/year/2007/special-citation/ Cori
squad51ten4
Apr 18, 2007
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1754

A quirky querry

Okay I hope that this is concidered acceptable to bring up for discussion and does not start a flame war or the like If the moderators concider this to be
scifiwontoothr33
Mar 15, 2007
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Re: December 2001: The Green Morning

Didn't realize anyone was still reading them. In that case i shall resume my walk through this book and will re-start my writing efforts. ... I ... Mars ...
Fair N Height 451
Feb 24, 2007
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Re: December 2001: The Green Morning

Thanks for your contributions Love them a ... I ... Growing up ... all ... it ... year I ... for ... process ... was ... oh
antoinebachmann
Feb 23, 2007
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December 2001: The Green Morning

I had forgotten this story. But it was familiar ground for me. As I read the story about the planting of the first earth trees on Mars I was taken back to my
ebony1021
Sep 19, 2006
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August 2001: The Settlers

Another little interlude…connective tissue that holds this delicate set of stories together. I like the way Bradbury's short sentences communicate the
ebony1021
Sep 19, 2006
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June 2001: And The Moon Be Still As Bright

And so this expedition gets to Mars and instead of finding civilization forewarned and fore-armed, ready to resist them further, they find nothing. The
ebony1021
Sep 10, 2006
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April 2000: The Third Expedition

Mars continues to resist what must have felt like an invasion from another strange and dangerous world. I don't blame them. And they use an old but proven
ebony1021
Aug 30, 2006
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March 2000: The Taxpayer

What would you do if you saw that your whole planet was on the verge of war and that weapons that could easily destroy all life were about to be unleashed?
ebony1021
Aug 30, 2006
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happy birthday

I woke up today and heard on NPR that today is the birthday of Ray Bradbury. Happy Birthday Ray! Glad you're sharing the planet with us.
ebony1021
Aug 23, 2006
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August 1999: The Earth Men

This is a troublesome story. It does not fit into the narrative that has been established. In the previous stories the Martians are portrayed as knowing about
ebony1021
Aug 21, 2006
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