Smithereens

24 Jun 19
Author Lynn Steigleder

Many people enjoy life in the city. I prefer a more rural setting. I consider myself blessed to sit in my writer’s room, stare out the window, reveling in God’s creation. It’s amazing how much joy something as simple as a tree can bring, especially when we find ourselves taking them for granted. Have you […]

24 Jun 19
Board Game Gumbo

BJ thoroughly enjoyed his run through the campaign of the new expansion for Space Base: The Emergence of Shy Pluto. Here’s his heavily redacted review.

24 Jun 19

Varying levels of spoilers for each episode of season 5. Black Mirror returns with a new run of episodes, going back to the three-episode seasons from when it was a Channel 4 show, though probably more influenced by their interactive film Bandersnatch than any artistic choice. One of the main things the show is known for is […]

24 Jun 19
LightSpeedReader

Hello there! We’re here to talk about Bloodline by Claudia Gray, and to love on Leia Organa. More than we normally do. We get to see parts of Leia not explored in the films, hear her thoughts, her voice. Let’s get into it: When the Rebellion defeated the Empire in the skies above Endor, Leia […]

24 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

A giant squid has been captured on film for the first time ever in US waters. 100 miles southeast of New Orleans, June 19. Scientists capture the footage of the Giant Squid, emerging from the pitch of the Gulf of Mexico. The video is captured using a specialized camera system called the Medusa, which uses […]

24 Jun 19
Home | Gesta1989's Stories

Diego’s hope was falling away, watching the blood spill out from his father. Moments later Dende came back. “Why did you leave him?” Diego said to Dende, angrily, feeling the need to kill. “He’s all I have!” “Don’t worry, Diego,” said Dende, quietly, “I-I’m sorry, I’m going to heal him now.” Dende stood over Vegeta […]

24 Jun 19
Moving Picture Review

Spoilers ahead. Smithereens was my utmost favourite episode of this season, it was tense, interesting, and left you on the edge of your seat. It also had some wonderful easter eggs that could easily be missed on first viewing.

23 Jun 19
The Engle Library

The snake-headed woman appeared out of nowhere in the midst of all the American soldiers in Normandy, France.  A cloud of smoke and handfuls of soot surrounded the corner of the blown-to-smithereens street and there she was for all the soldiers to see: slitted eyes naked in all their blazing glory, body veiled with black […]

23 Jun 19
Jeremy Herve

A London rideshare driver ignites an international crisis when he kidnaps a worker from a social media company.

23 Jun 19
Should You Clean Your Roof

Content written by-Goldberg List Cash is definitely the driving objective behind beginning a stress washing getting in touch with business. Nonetheless, it’s best to stay focused on the principles. As long as you work hard, you can conveniently grab the fundamentals of being a stress cleaning service company owner as well as driver. Start your […]

23 Jun 19
Bullpen Summary

@asaratis wrote: Three Cheers for SCOTUS. The precedent that was overturned was obviously biased against the property owners in favor of the states, as the state courts seemingly had conflicts of interest. http://www.independentsentinel.com – 23 Jun 19 BIG WIN for property owners! SCOTUS overturns precedent & Dems are furious The divided Supreme Court delivered a […]

23 Jun 19
Screen Queens

Modern dystopia has been branded with the unfortunate presumption of poor writing and thoughtless concepts, and this is mostly down to the recent decline of quality in episodes of British Netflix original Black Mirror. The show’s format of disconnected plots leads itself to diversity in quality, but its recent season five has been met with […]

23 Jun 19
NATION AND STATE

WASHINGTON—The conservative wing of the Supreme Court flexed its muscles last week by overturning a 34-year-old precedent and made it easier for property owners to seek legal redress in federal courts without first having to file suit in state courts after their property is taken. The landmark ruling, which came June 21 in a case […]

23 Jun 19
Seeing Red AZ

The Daily Caller headlines its post by Kevin Daley, “Kagan Seethes As High Court Conservatives Deliver Property Rights Win.” It contains less legalese than the SCOTUSblog, but they each cover this significant case and Justice Elena Kagan’s searing rebuke of her conservative colleagues, accusing them of smashing “a hundred-plus years of legal rulings to smithereens.” […]

23 Jun 19
Katie Jane Gallagher

Any other Black Mirror fans out there? Along with the rest of the world, I’m a pretty big fan of this show, though it’s always kind of a mixed bag in terms of writing. So I thought that now that I’ve seen all three episodes of season five and had a couple days to gather […]