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"Life on the Far Side" is the creation of Bernard Grover, a 40-year veteran of theater, film, TV, print, and radio. His work includes award-winning writing, producing and editing. His work has appeared in major publicatins, network television, theaters, and cinemas worldwide, though you probably didn't stay to watch the credits, did you? Nobody ever watches the credits.
Grover is currently dwelling somewhere in the wilds of Indonesia while working on several novels and swinging deals in various market sectors, and promoting the Indonesian space program, while planning to vacation in the Gobi dessert. His life-long ambition is to be filthy rich and buy a medium-sized island in the South Pacific, which he will then declare an independent nation, and himself as philosopher-king and sole sovereign. The official language will be Navajo.
Comments and offers of venture capital are always welcome.
Do a Google search and you'll find that we've appeared on UrbanSurvival, Jeff Rense, David Icke, Lew Rockwell, Henry Makow, and dozens of other sites. You'll also find us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, and other colossal wastes of time. If you want to link up, then mention that you saw this site so we'll know if you're friend or foe.
Other than that, God bless, keep the home fires burning and we'll catch you on the Far Side!