Some of my writings
Last Flight of the Liberators, a modern adventure novel
The terrorist attack we've all been fearing has finally happened on American soil as a band of unidentified terrorists invades Texas.
American military superpower is ineffective against the new weapons wielded by the new generation of terrorists from airplanes circling overhead major cities.
But fate throws together a young woman abducted from her beach vacation, a small group of men with home-built experimental aircraft, a network of ham operators, and an air show team from the Confederate Air Force with their vintage World War II airplanes.
Heroic men onboard a hijacked airliner sacrifice their lives to prevent the invasion from succeeding.
Together, they manage to thwart the largest terrorist threat of the dawning 21st century using a combination of high-tech equipment, low-tech trickery, and raw courage!
- "ACD Tools and Trends", Call Center Management Review, January, 1999
- "The Morris DF Loop Antenna", December, 1997
- "Perspective on Productivity", Postal Technology International, January, 1997
- "Yes, But Is It A Timeclock?", NTEA Journal, 1990
- "Gravity Gradient Modulation", QST, April, 1986
- "Banking on Bar Codes", Business Microcomputing, July 1985
- "A Simple Robot Navigation System", Interface Age magazine, April, 1980
- Former Publisher of Hypothesis Magazine, a periodical for creative thinkers and inventors.
- Former Editor of Multiple Facets, the official journal of the Dissociative Disorders Foundation of the Southwest.
COMPARISON OF RELIGIOUS THEORY IN THE LATE 20TH CENTURY
(C)Copyright 1996 David L. Morris - Permission granted to distribute only free copies and only with copyright notice attached.
- Capitalism - He who dies with the most toys, wins.
- Hari Krishna - He who plays with the most toys, wins.
- Judaism - He who buys toys at the lowest price, wins.
- Catholicism - He who denies himself the most toys, wins.
- Anglican - They were our toys first.
- Greek Orthodox - No, they were OURS first.
- Branch Davidians - He who dies playing with the biggest toys, wins.
- Atheism - There is no toy maker.
- Polytheism - There are many toy makers.
- Evolutionism - The toys made themselves.
- Church of Christ, Scientist - We are the toys.
- Communism - Everyone gets the same number of toys, and we'd better not catch you selling yours.
- B'Hai - All toys are just fine with us.
- Amish - Toys with batteries are surely a sin.
- Taoism - The doll is as important as the dumptruck.
- Mormonism - Every boy can have as many toys as he wants.
- Voodoo - Let me borrow that doll for a second.
- Hedonism - Screw the rule book! Let's play!
- Hinduism - He who plays with bags of plastic farm animals, loses.
- 7th Day Adventist - He who plays with his toys on Saturday, loses.
- Church of Christ - He whose toys make music, loses.
- Baptist - Once played, always played.
- Jehovah's Witnesses - He who sells the most toys door-to-door, wins.
- Pentecostalism - He whose toys can talk, wins.
- Existentialism - Toys are a figment of your imagination.
- Confucianism - Once a toe is dipped in the water, it is no longer dry.
- Non-denominationalism - We don't care where the toys came from. Let's just play with them.
- Agnosticism - It is not possible to know whether toys make a damn bit of difference.
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