Dante

20 Jul 19
Cheryl Gendreau

Cheryl Leigh GendreauGresham, ORDOB: 10/20/1960 Cheryl Gendreau has two other sons, Garrett and Cameron. And the daughter she sexually trafficked Ashleigh, her daughter. The father was gone alot and unknowing to all of the abuses Ashleigh endured at the hands of this narcissistic sociopath, Cheryl Gendreau. It all started when the daughter was 2 or […]

20 Jul 19
bookworm norm

The Italian poet, Petrarch, was born in the city of Arezzo in Tuscany on July 20, 1304. His father was a lawyer and civil servant and a member of the minor nobility who had been exiled there from Rome during the convoluted political struggles between backers of the Pope (Petrarch’s father’s faction) and backers of […]

20 Jul 19

Middle school was a long time ago, and I can’t tell if I’ve repressed it all or whether I genuinely don’t remember it, but one of the only recollections I have happens to be a foundational moment in my development. I was walking up the stairs to the second floor at school, hurrying to first […]

20 Jul 19
Munshi's Blog

The summer sun was not meant for boys like me. Boys like me belonged to the rain.

20 Jul 19
Mike's Takes

It’s that time of the year when baseball is in the dog days of summer, NBA free agency came and went, but with a glimmer of hope… NFL training camp talk is heating up. This is when we are reminded that football will be back some day. With our salvation comes many early predictions, and […]

20 Jul 19
YALitBit

One of last two readathons I will be participating in are the 24in48 (which begins today) and all you have to do is read for 24 hours through July 20-21. This will be the third time I will be participating and I hope I will be able to complete the 24 hours. I did not […]

20 Jul 19
The Word in Focus with Dr Larry Taylor

What the hell is hell, anyway? Many English translations of the Bible are confusing. They often translate both Hadesand Gehennaas “hell.” Hades is the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word Sheol, and simply means the abode of the dead. It can mean a grave, a tomb, or someplace dead souls go after death. In Greek philosophy, Hades is […]

20 Jul 19
Inkstined

Hours Read: 5hrs 22min Current Soundtrack: Wiegenlied, Op. 49 (Arr. for Cello and Piano) Current Mood: How’s it going, readers? I just whipped up my lunch (quesadillas, yumm) while getting back to PETER AND THE STARCATCHERS by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. It’s been a bit slow to be honest — I feel like I haven’t really […]

20 Jul 19
Dante's Inferno

The young slave and mysterious vampire sat side by side on a rock, sitting in the eerie silence of the woods. “You got a name?” The vampire asked the young slave. “Well, yes suh,” the young slave replied… “My name Dante.” The tall blonde stranger shook his hand. “Alexander, pleasure to meet you.” Dante was […]

20 Jul 19
Archy news nety

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave a lot of first-team action to the young Manchester United players in their pre-season campaign so far, and Mason Greenwood is a particular man who took this opportunity with both hands. Greenwood is in hot form when he scored the winner against Inter on Saturday afternoon, in addition to scoring the […]

20 Jul 19
Abend und Kupplung

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20 Jul 19
My Vintage Inspiration

From across the aisle in my incoming plane I managed to snap the Duomo! I really want to share the languid feeling of a hot summer in Florence with you, my loyal readers and friends, but at the same time I have been trying to stay in the moment. I seem to be getting better […]