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20 Jul 19
thatgirlwhousedtosmile

Have you ever had that recurring dream? I can remember dreaming about it when I was in elementary, then I dreamed about it quite a few times after. It could be my personal unconscious telling me about what I did in the past. During weekends or summer vacations, when my grandmother was still alive, she […]

20 Jul 19
My Daily Thoughts

I had an okay day today, I got a call about a local room to rent, and I’m pretty happy about this, I’m not happy that I’m losing my apartment, but things aren’t as bad as I thought. I had tried selling my iPad & Kindle Fire, unsuccessfully I might add. And I’m glad I didn’t […]

20 Jul 19
North Woods Alliance

Article by Snappy the Turtle Golda the Badger Cited for Continued Conundrums at Morey the Ground- hog’s Abode. The Sheriff’s department has visited Morey the Ground hog’s home three times following the Badger’s release from the Hoose Gow. The Badger can’t seem to keep from cleaning out Morey’s house. “It’s upsetting and annoying,” the Groundhog […]

20 Jul 19
Life as D

Disclaimer: I have tried to recreate events, locales and conversations from my memories of them. In order to maintain their anonymity in some instances I have changed (or keep from metioning) the names of some individuals and places, I may have changed some identifying characteristics and details. The first thought I had the next morning […]

20 Jul 19
WOODTV.com
BELDING, Mich. (WOOD) — Ionia County dispatchers say there was a small dumpster fire in front of Kassouni Manufacturing Inc. along Front Street. It happened around 9:44 p.m. Friday in Belding. Dispatchers say the fire department was able to knock the fire down without incident in a short amount of time. There is no hazard or danger to the public, according to dispatchers. Dispatchers say the fire didn’t involve the Kassouni Manufacturing Inc. building. Since the dumpster was in front of the facility, it was used as a landmark to dispatch fire crews, according to a Facebook post.
20 Jul 19
notesfromthebridge

Greetings, It amazes me how a television show like Star Trek could in small ways predict the future.  Isn’t it funny how the technology they used on that simple 1960’s space program is actually being used today in real life?  I mean now we have big flat screen television monitors like they used on the […]

20 Jul 19
Anime Herald

Earlier today, Kyoto Animation president Hideaki Hatta hosted a press conference. During the interview, Hatta explained that all of the studio’s computers and legacy animation materials that were housed at their No.1 studio were destroyed in the blaze that devastated the facility on July 17. “I’m deeply anguished,” Hatta stated, “I can’t bear it. I […]

20 Jul 19
Scion's War

[Central]: “We’ve interrupted our search for the ambushed ADVENT convoy to take advantage of an opening in ADVENT’s operations. We’ve gotten word from our resistance contacts that an ADVENT relay has been left exposed with a minimal security compliment. We’re moving in to destroy that relay.” [Mission Report – Surveillance Feed] [Operatives] – PFC Sharon […]

20 Jul 19
Corporate Dispatch

Extremely hot weather has started to hit most of the United States, with temperatures set to peak over the weekend, meteorologists say. The heatwave could affect about 200 million people in major cities like New York, Washington and Boston in the East Coast, and the Midwest region too. In some places, temperatures could be close […]

20 Jul 19
Through the Bible in who knows how many days

This past week, in Japan (where I live), a terrible incident happened in which 34 were people were killed due to an arsonist who set fire to an anime studio called Kyoto Animation. A friend of mine, who is an anime fan, was extremely upset about it, but so was my wife who is not […]

20 Jul 19
Fantastic Adventures in Writing

Frequently mistaken for dragons, wyverns are a completely different species. These differences are quickly distinguishable at a glance, or upon an encounter. Wyverns, aside from elemental and regional differences, have a distinct overall shape. Their sharp scale forms possess powerful hind legs and a wide wingspan, webbed with a skin material, attached to their dexterous […]

20 Jul 19
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20 Jul 19
Notes from the PCT

Miles hiked today: 11.8 Miles hiked total NOBO: 745.3 Miles hiked total SOBO: 147.6 I wake up at 6:30 and can’t get back to sleep. I want to send some postcards this morning, so I need to wait for the post office to open at 10:30, since it’s a Saturday. I write some blog posts […]

20 Jul 19
Voice of God

Every soul on earth longs for love, a true love which is unconditional, a life that accepts them with all their goodness and their weaknesses, a love that does not judge but understands, a love that is not on the surface but that which is rooted deeply, a love that does not stand strong only […]

20 Jul 19
Sport Archives

Did Marilyn Monroe start the lunar program? Rather unlikely, the comic author Peter Eickmeyer admits then immediately. But theoretically, it would have been possible for a fly-to-the-moon, inspired by the rendezvous, to have inspired John F. Kennedy to create a space project. However, on May 25, 1961, the US President told Congress: "I believe the […]

20 Jul 19
KSN-TV
ROSE HILL, Kan. (KSNW) – Two months after being struck by a car, a Rose Hill boy celebrated his birthday at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. But he was celebrating more than his age, he’s celebrating milestones. “I can do a lot more. I’m walking,” Aaron Rupp, now 12 years old, tells KSN. Rupp and a friend were playing near floodwaters in Rose Hill on May 24th when his mother says the pair were returning home when they were hit by a car. Rupp was transported to Wesley Medical Center where it was determined he’d suffered four separate brain injuries. Preparing his family for the worst, it was said there was the possibility he would never walk, talk or have the same personality. He was placed in a medically-induced coma, which he remained in while being moved to Madonna in Lincoln, Neb. On July 4, his mother, Kristina Ayesh, reports he began really talking. “It’s been a wild ride. Him waking up on the fourth of July and talking was the greatest thing for this mom’s heart,” Ayesh said. Now, Ayesh said, Rupp is back to his sarcastic, funny self. “He busted out lyrics as soon as he started talking so he didn’t forget about music,” Ayesh smiled. A group of firefighters from Lincoln visited Rupp for his birthday and even let him run a fire hose. Rupp says he wants to be a firefighter when he grows up. “I want to help people,” Rupp said. The family is expected to return to Rose Hill next month.