Who will learn from who is an open question, as exceptional women meet remarkable masters, and a deceptively simple puzzle begs a one to hum an old tune.
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I’m back after taking a short breather from writing. I was sad to miss two flash fiction challenges, but was happy to return for the last one in ’Nathan Burgoine’s 2018 monthly Flash Fiction Draw. And thank goodness, the genre was Comedy. The setting is a poppy field and the mandatory object was a broom. […]
Sunshine was done being lonely. She’d made friends with herself, so she never had to go friendless now. She could amuse herself to the point of gales of laughter erupting or sooth herself with tears. She had recently had a revelation about touch. She had been touch deprived throughout her life and sought it with […]
This was one of my most popular columns last year, so I have decided to repeat it in 2018. In essence, this is a round-up of all the motorsport, live and pre-recorded, that you could have watched this year if you had a basic Freeview television connection. Missing that Sky subscription? Hopefully not after you […]
For the second Spotlight Sunday, we have an excellent and unique Adventure Sci-Fi story I’m sure you’ll all adore!
We all played a lot of park golf this year. According to this photo-heavy blog post, I made 28 visits to the beautiful links of Yoshioka’s Park Golf Course. If you read my post about my love for this pastime last spring, you’ll know that our motley crew of five calls it ‘cro-golf’ because it’s […]
By Heidi Hutchinson Sk a commenter on the Frank Report made this comment on the post Legal Defense Trust Fund To Face Judicial Scrutiny – Raniere’s Attorney Suggests There May Be Multiple Contributors In response Heidi wrote: I feel the need to speak to SK’s warning here and since FR is monitoring, I’ll let Frank decide […]
Hey-o! I is back with a new post. Today as you can see from the title I’m doing a November wrap up. I know is a little late—even though I like to believe it’s not that late—but my excuse is that I’m on finals. I’ve been wanting to do a wrap up for a while […]
This trip had long been overdue. For years, my best friend Jen and I dreamed about taking a grand adventure together. Both of us are full of wanderlust and we rarely see each other, a downfall of the 2,300 miles separating us. We’ve tried a thousand times to figure something out. Work, school, life, money […]
I’ve always found it interesting how incredibly different two people can experience, describe, and remember the same situation. Our experiences are very much rooted in our own perception, formed of our own beliefs, emotions, and all our other experiences that led up to that point. Our judgments of others are much the same way, they […]
As mentioned in Part One, my ultimate plan for today was to ride one of my “beloved” 2001 batch Alexander ALX400 bodied Volvo B7’s all the way around the 11A/11C Birmingham Outer Circle. Sadly, I never got to drive one of these beasts around the twenty five mile circumference of the Outer Birmingham suburbs that […]
Uniting The American Left ( satire & politics ) Liberal and Libertarian : Satire and Politics AND WHY ANARCHISM IS THE BEST FOR THE LEFT ! I’ve addressed this before. Unfortunately I don’t remember the name of the blog or blog video. But one of the things I’ve noticed as a satirist and an Anarchist […]
He can objectify you, but don’t you dare objectify his daughters. In a recent interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kimmel asked West about his most recent album, Ye, and the inspirations behind his songs. “Violent Crimes” was referenced in particular for his lyrics: “I pray that you don’t get it all at once, […]