shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “(deleted)”:
Great stuff! I wish I could read faster/had a better attention span! But I believe it is your best yet. Way to go, chum :)
 Dec 22, 2016, 18:08 EST
Richard Shekari 
Thanks mate. If don't get this mind busy, the devil will turn it into his playground. Lol thanks a lot, how is prep for Christmas over there. Funny thing is, people like me will be at work that day. #Rescue team
flag (Dec 23, 2016, 07:19 EST)
shoham 
True. Prep is going good -- I'm not religious, so it will be stress free hopefully! Maybe one of these days you'll get some time off!
flag (Dec 23, 2016, 09:34 EST)
Richard Shekari 
"Not religious!" aah we all use that line, I think my sisters and mom would be shock me leaving for work tomorrow while they toast to the season. Used to love it, age took it away.
No new stuff from you, haven't you recorded anything yet?
flag (Dec 24, 2016, 08:06 EST)
shoham 
Got something new on the way, Sho
flag (Dec 24, 2016, 14:51 EST)
shoham 
flag (Dec 24, 2016, 16:41 EST)


shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “(deleted)”:
Does this man ever sleep? Just getting started on this one, but I can say that the first paragraph alone is VERY well written -- very nice use of descriptive language.
 Dec 21, 2016, 08:43 EST


Just finished this over the weekend-this one is my favorite so far-especially since it had an ending so I don't have to wait in suspense for part 2!

It was fun to imagine what all the characters would look like on a television show or movie. I think you had really great details that helped to make the story come to life.
 Dec 05, 2016, 18:40 EST
Richard Shekari 
Thank you so much for the review Gabrielle :) 1:30am here, just got home :D #long story.
Yeah this one def needs no sequel, but when I get lazy in the near future I'd cook it up. No stone was left unturned here, I hate part 2's and 3's too haha. I am glad you loved Aaricia and the Noland Army.
flag (Dec 05, 2016, 19:33 EST)


shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “Aaricia and the Noland Army”:
I can't keep up, man! I'm going to try to get through the book in the next week or so. Thanks for the upload! $SHOHAM
 Nov 10, 2016, 09:17 EST
Richard Shekari 
Well, just sharing with the world that's all $Shoham
You don't need to read everything i put up, man. :)
Hope you're doing great
flag (Nov 10, 2016, 10:05 EST)
shoham 
I'm alright -- now we have a right wing hack as OUR federal executive too, so that's something we share with Nigeria!!!

Hey, we have some guys who are doing work in Uganda who are going to hopefully be active soon:

https://www.feed-forward.net/CIP_Uganda
flag (Nov 10, 2016, 12:12 EST)
Richard Shekari 
I see you guys and Nigeria share the same kind of thing now, the same way DT came to power is same way Buhari did too, watched it all on TV. Well, to be frank I didn't like the way B.O chose sides and was blasting DT openly, I expected a more mature stand by him. You know, be neutral and only encourage voters to come out but not to go about inciting and calling his race to come out and vote, I think that's a bad move to rain hate and division, coming from a leader like that. Naturally when the masses see that the elites stand against a particular candidate, they would go for him and vote him. Just like buhari, DT is
flag (Nov 11, 2016, 01:04 EST)
shoham 
I think Obama did a good job. Usually the parties stick together "be neutral and only encourage voters to come out" is not the American tradition. And there was a thought that Trump is too dangerous to just let go. But I think the incitement was from Trump. I also thought Clinton did a good job, but Trump muddied the waters so much and excited his 'race' so much that it helped take him over the top. Still, I believe that action-reaction rule holds true and that if the Republicans misplay their hand, it could be an unfortunate situation. Shoham
flag (Nov 11, 2016, 07:20 EST)
shoham 
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Gabrielle gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “(deleted)”:
Hi Richard,

So far I've read The Perils of Candy Cuthway, John Death, and Saving Rose Green. I think I like this one the best.
Hearing about terrorism on the news becomes an every day thing, so hearing a story about the individual people involved, even if it's fiction, made the story very powerful and made the characters relatable to real victims of terrorism.
 Nov 15, 2016, 18:33 EST
Richard Shekari 
This is one story that people keep wondering how I was able to put up even though it's a short one. Even some Arabs asked me whether I have been to the middle east before, told them nooooo.
I am glad you liked it. :D
flag (Nov 16, 2016, 00:42 EST)


shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “(deleted)”:
RS,

You write them faster than I can read them! Extraordinary. I am getting started on it now and have to say I am honored for the 'dead'ication shall we say?!?

I have to do a couple of things this afternoon but hope to read this all this week!

Thank you.
Sho
 Oct 06, 2016, 13:05 EDT


shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “Perils of Candy Cuthway”:
$gabrielle had some questions about the book. Maybe you can fill her in? shoham
 Jul 14, 2016, 21:00 EDT
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shoham 
"lots of syringes found their way through my b*tt" literally?!?! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Well, then we will have to come to Nigeria, then! Or invent a better jet pack! Did you see this video?!?

https://www.feed-forward.net/w.5218_FeedForward

PS: When you do. mention that it is a 'remix' and enter the link of the work that it is a remix of. *I wish I could fix the issue myself!*

Thank you,
-Shoham
flag (Aug 08, 2016, 09:39 EDT)
Richard Shekari 
Seems you have never been to Africa too, well the doors are open down the west for you hehe...i checked the video. I love it, the voice sound like one of those conspiracy theorist's narrative video, i love the content...inspiring too. Simplicity is always the best. It seems we have more Germans clicking on this site than any other country or maybe my page gets more visit from the Dutch-land.
flag (Aug 08, 2016, 12:08 EDT)
Richard Shekari 
PS: you don't do facebook, no whatsapp etc it seems you ain't in any of these social mediums, i tried googling you online...the radar couldn't trace you...you are safe from the drones buddy hahaha it seems i am not
flag (Aug 08, 2016, 12:12 EDT)
shoham 
FeedForward is social enough for me -- the rest, I don't trust -- are they conspiring?!?! I thinks so -- too much! I was in Morocco many years ago. Looking forward to Nigeria!
flag (Aug 08, 2016, 12:17 EDT)


Interesting poem with strong messages. Really made me think. It was difficult to tell if some were good or bad qualities like an "aura of danger"-I can't decide if that's good or bad!

Where did you get that cover art? It's odd/might give me nightmares!
 Jul 23, 2016, 23:34 EDT
Richard Shekari 
Oh wow thank you Gabrielle. I normally get my covers from pixabay.com their stuff are royalty free. I was told you got a question about my other work "Perils of Candy Cuthway"
flag (Jul 24, 2016, 04:29 EDT)
Richard Shekari 
"aura of danger"
You can look dangerous and yet be the nicest angel deep within, and you can look like the sweetest angel on the surface and yet be dark and evil deep within. I wouldn't wanna give an example of any country that possess the "aura of danger" face lol hope you are doing great
flag (Jul 24, 2016, 04:33 EDT)


shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “(deleted)”:
All of the above!
 Jul 22, 2016, 07:49 EDT


shoham gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “Perils of Candy Cuthway”:
Just getting started. I gotta love the reporter's name!
 Jul 08, 2016, 09:32 EDT
Richard Shekari 
Lol it's my own little way of acknowledging the people that matter in my life, especially ones who encourage and support me. I was going to ask for your full name and put it in the acknowledgments section but hey, what's a surprise when there is no surprise , huh?

♫whistling
flag (Jul 08, 2016, 10:29 EDT)
shoham 
thanks, man!!! ++ cool. Now I've got to fit you into one of mine, -sho
flag (Jul 10, 2016, 17:20 EDT)