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Every hero becomes a bore at last

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Tue 26 Feb 2013 11:50 PM EST
Category: Philosophy | 2512 Views

(DL) – I'd like to share something personal today. "Every hero becomes a bore at last."  Do you know who's quote this is?  Emerson, Sachin, Saurav?  Let's say for now the source doesn't matter; what does matter? It is true.

Upon hearing this quote for the first time years ago, it stimulated me to think a great deal.  The instant I came across it this quote made me think back to my youth. In my younger days I had an unquenchable desire. Yes I wanted to pursue my dreams of being an athlete and musician. But beyond all things... I wanted to be loved by the best woman in the world. To be in the company of such a woman, I needed to be worthy. I'd need to be her hero.

It was such a silly notion, so romantic and needlessly wanted. Because in time, somewhere between...Read more...

Brick oven coal fired pizza

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Tue 26 Feb 2013 1:38 PM EST
Category: Lifestyle | 3685 Views

(DL) –  Today we pay homage to coal fired brick oven pizza. There is history behind pizza which I won’t bore you with but coal oven pizza is somewhat a dying breed.

Coal oven pizza should not to be confused with wood oven pizza. Both should be prepared in a brick oven but that is not always how they are prepared as modern technology likes to take shortcuts compromising authenticity.

Authenticity. Where does brick oven coal fired pizza originate? The lore of New Yorkers tells of a great pizza made in a small corner pizza shop in downtown Manhattan named Lombardi’s. 

The Lombardi’s story is the coal fired brick oven story. Heck, Lombardi's is the story of Pizza's orgin in America. Legendary is a misnomer – it's a fact, Pizza began at Lombardi's grocery circa 1897. Currently located in Little Italy at the corner of Mott and Spring Streets, Lombardi's has become a pilgrimage for locals and tourists alike.  I made my first visit it back in 2005 when my son and I dropped in on the recommendation of my then wife. She had eaten there prior. Who knows how she came about the place, yet in the end she told me how great it was and I had to know if she was right. Could a Ukrainian woman really knew pizza? Turns out she did. What she didn’t inform me of was Lombardi's history. It's rumored to be the oldest pizza parlor in Manhattan, and more specifically she did not tell me I would be dining on “coal oven” pizza. I must add some opinion to this piece. Lombardi's is special, but it is ...Read more...

Damian Wayne Dies

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Mon 25 Feb 2013 2:22 PM EST
Category: Pop Culture | 2524 Views

(DL) – Speculators load up on Batman and Robin #19  and Batman Inc # 8. This time it's not just Batman's sidekick Robin that dies it's Bruce Wayne's son Damian. He dies at the hands of his own clone brother Leviathan. I called this tragedy months in advance; I didn't forecast how he'd die. I did speculate Damian would die. Standing in the Captain Blue Hen comic book store I turned to my then girlfriend and said, "He's the logical choice to die." I felt this was the case as the Joker was tearing up Batman's inner circle and the only way to effectively sever Batman's inner circle was for Damian to die. After all, the series is called, Death of the Family.  The Joker plays center stage in the story but I saw him as a distraction to what would take place. This either speaks to my intuitive skill or Detective Comics (DC) predictability. Either way Batman's list of Robin's are now up to six. 
  1. – Dick Grayson
  2. – Jason Todd
  3. – Tim Drake
  4. – Stephanie Brown
  5. – Damian Wayne
  6. – Carrie Kelly (Robin with elderly Batman)
Dick Grayson became Nightwing. Todd was killed by the Joker and through resurrection became The Red Hood, Tim Drake has become the Red Robin, his girlfriend Stephanie Brown stepped in until she died soon after. Carrie Kelly doesn't come along until later in Batman's life through Frank Miller's masterpiece The Dark Knight Returns. That brings us back to number five, Damian Wayne. The last name rings ominous.  Bruce Wayne's son is now Robin. How did it all come to this?

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What's this site all about?

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Fri 22 Feb 2013 9:54 PM EST
Category: Articles | 430 Views

(DL) —  Who is DangerMan? What is DangerMan's Lair?

These are justified questions.  

So here it is ...First some back story. My name is Lars Hindsley. I'm a writer. I've been one all my life.  I've done more than write; I've performed in a band, I've played semi-pro football, I've owned a one time successful company with earnings of over a quarter million dollars a year.  That is all in the past.

I have but one true dream now. To be recognized as a best selling author. That dream will culminate in 2013.  I will publish my novel Aeroplane City.  Learn about it in my forums from synopsis to free first chapter reviews.  

This site serves as my media hub.  Everything I do is tied to it.  Come here first to find anything I've produced or been a part.  Celebrity interviews, events I've attended, HOW TO videos, links to articles I've written for other publications, and of course the lastest progress of my book, Aeroplane City.  

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Heroes

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Fri 22 Feb 2013 1:39 PM EST
Category: Philosophy | 897 Views

(DL) — This article is for the ladies.  What is a hero?  Do you think of a super hero, a man beyond what others can ever be?  Are your sights set so high that no matter how good a man you have, you look past him for someone better?

I have to ask.  Do you want to be loved?  Is love not enough?  Is it enough that a man you are with will stand up for you, do anything for you and truly appreciate you more than any other woman he could know?

If you have one man in your life, and you take his breath away, doesn't that warrant your love and appreciation of him as your own hero?  After all, if you mean that much to him, don't you love what that means to you?  If you mean that much to him, you must know he will in fact do anything for you.

Ladies, here lies the secret of all heroes.   Every hero has a weakness —...Read more...

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