Invisible Fence

25 Jun 19
Hip2Save
Hop on over to Amazon where you can score this highly rated Infant Optics DXR-8 3.5″ Video Baby Monitor for just $69.02 shipped (regularly $165.99) when you choose Amazon Warehouse from the seller list. Note that this baby monitor is listed as in used-good condition. This baby monitor even made our must-have baby registry list in 2018! Voted the best baby monitor by Popular Mechanics in 2018, this baby monitor requires no set up – just plug it in to get started. It features a sound activated LED bar that lets you see when your baby is crying. The camera has a zero load time delay-free, remote pan, tilt and digital zoom, an alarm function, two-way talk, invisible IR night vision, 12-hour audio-only battery or 8-hour live screen battery, a spare charging cable, and an interchangeable lens system. The lenses include a wide angle which offers a 170-degree panoramic view and an additional zoom lens with 2x zoom. On the fence? Check out these reviews… “I am a first time Mom and I was told I didn’t need a video monitor but they seemed so helpful so I did a TON of research for weeks and found the Infant Optics DXR-8 and thought it was the best fit for my needs. This monitor is absolutely AMAZING!” — Kristen “The Infant Optics Monitor is an outstanding baby monitor! It has all the features we could want: pan, zoom, night vision, intercom. What I love most about this monitor is that the company stands behind their product and has excellent customer support.” — James What is an Amazon Warehouse Deal? Amazon Warehouse offers deep discounts on open-box and used products. All products are inspected and certified based on physical and functional condition. If you’re unsatisfied with the product for any reason, you can return it in accordance with Amazon’s return policy.
25 Jun 19
Unus Mundus

The devilish heretics insist that Christ made his own cross.

05 Jun 19
MCINWR Blog 2019

This week was just one of those maintenance weeks that have to be done to make sure our refuge is up to date with boundaries and cleanliness. I had the best Monday of my life– Mondays aren’t always the worst… I was able to be a part of the trapping and banding of Common and […]

25 Jun 19
Pith | A Fantasy Web Serial

Previous Chapter Ana The first thing I did was go to a diner. I needed somewhere to plan, and I was hungry. The brown paint on its sign was peeling, and its windows were dirty and fogged up, letting in the dim afternoon light.  The only person in it was a gruff-looking man reading a […]

24 Jun 19
STORIES BY XPANTHER

Feature Writer: Zipper / Feature Title: Evil in Eden / Story Codes: Bi, Incest, Zoo / Synopsis: Eden is a nature resort Where Mrs Lavender & teen daughter are sharing quality-time together. It has log cabins, clubhouse bars, swimming pools, wooded walks. Its a place to relax or socialize with nice people. But without the […]

24 Jun 19
La Libertad Sublime

The horrible rawness of the video shatters the distance between the viewer and the topic at hand. One cannot fail to be stirred by the sight and sound of a nine year old boy wailing out at helplessly at the tragedy of his mother, whose lifeless and bloodied body lays a few feet away, being […]

24 Jun 19
Toronto Sun

According to Mark Seidel, chief scout for North American Central Scouting, none of the seven Canadian teams were in the top-3 when it came to his ranking of this year’s NHL Entry Draft. The good news? None of them were in the bottom-3. With two days to digest who went where — and why — here are […]

24 Jun 19
She Hated Pickles

We’ve all gone through a “fuck society” phase. (If you believe you haven’t, maybe you just haven’t said it out loud.) I’ll admit that there are points at which I believed human society’s only role in this world was to perpetuate injustices and deflect intellectual progress in order to keep the powerful in power. What […]

24 Jun 19
Martin's Tripping

I’ve been in Sao Paulo for one week. Today is my last day before I fly to Rio.  I’m still suffering jet-lag… But, I thought I’d better get in a quick blog post before I leave.  I’ve been struck down with the most diabolical jet lag for the entire week. The timing of South American […]

24 Jun 19
Tryst with mind

You are a living nightmare, Corpses line your fence You stink of stale blood That you gashed out of me, Invisible in your wicked hands Like all the crimes you commit. You twist my soul And break my bones Stab the same wound time and again You relish at the sight Of the thick red […]

24 Jun 19
The Driving Creators Network

Story – Rich Douek Art – Alex Cormack Letters – Justin Birch Issue 2 of RoB continues us down the dark path of genuine terror. After setting a powerful, impactful, and down right grim tone with the opening of the book Road of Bones has pushed right on through to the other side of being […]

24 Jun 19
London Historians' Blog

Review: Trading in War: London’s Maritime World in the Age of Cook and Nelson, by Margarette Lincoln.  What is the opposite of a spoiler, I wonder? Some six months late, I am able to announce our Book of the Year for 2018. It is this one.  I had already established this at the time but […]

24 Jun 19
Pinpin de Sarapin

The bouncing boughs of the Aratiles are a visual refreshment in the oven hot breezes at the height of Philippine summer. The Aratiles is a soft wood tree introduced fromSouth America that grows very quickly and provides very good shade. It is propagated by birds who love its many tiny red berry fruits. Children also […]

24 Jun 19
Together Let's Promote Horror

Remains: Andrew Cull Reviewed By Steve Stred Paperback: 214 pages Publisher: Ifwg Publishing International (16 Sept. 2019) In 2018 I was introduced to some fantastic collections. Many of these collections were filled with stories that gripped you, scared you and made you cry. One such collection that elevated itself for me, was Andrew Cull’s Bones. This collection […]

24 Jun 19
Inovachinese

Chapter 61 I want to practice my courage The next morning, Gong Xiaoqiao woke up and unexpectedly saw Gu Xingshen at the table, reading a newspaper, with breakfast already made on it. Everything was the same as usual. “You….just came back in the morning?” Gong Xiaoqiao who was stunned, rubbed her eyes and asked. “Yes.” […]

24 Jun 19
Adrian Makes

Time has been short over the past few years, so progress has been slow, but the case is finally glued together.  It is four feet wide and about 3 feet tall and is dovetailed.  Unlike my file cabinet, the dovetails are half-blind, and will be invisible once I attach the top.  The first challenge was […]