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11 Dec 18
James Cater Racing

My 2018 racing season in the Heritage Parts Centre UK Formula Vee championship certainly had some ups and downs. From blowing the engine on my out lap at Castle Combe in qualifying, being involved in someone elses crash at Brands Hatch, overcoming engine problems to prove I can still drive at Croft, flying to Ireland […]

11 Dec 18
High Contrast

Since I’m not a professional critic and I blog about film in my spare time, I don’t get to see as many movies as Peter Travers or Ann Hornaday do. By the time 2018 is over, I’ll have seen somewhere between 50-60 films. Because I do this in my spare time I get to be […]

11 Dec 18
Russia News Now

Jim Fetzer Stunned to discover that James Fields has been placed on trial and that the judge has allowed a photoshopped image to be introduced as evidence, I have written to the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Charlottesville, the Clerk of the Court, the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia and other worthies in the hope that […]

11 Dec 18
Games201

With Your Passion, Our team has announced Pet Savers on our website GAMES201. You’ll save piglets, puppies, birds and hedgehogs, among different critters. They’re each very unusual-looking, have a great amount of character steeped into their little goblins, and you force feel fine for saving them from the wicked Pet Snatchers. Download Pet Savers Mod […]

11 Dec 18
Chitchat with Companion

I was supposed to be dead. “No Madam, it’s probably due to the trauma and sedation of course.” The voice was unfamiliar. “It’s been three days, Doc.” Mami sounded agitated, so it’s been that long. “He took hits in bad places, you will see him come around.” Maybe I could really die if I didn’t […]

11 Dec 18
Ezekiel Kincaid

    TETROMET RISING   The scratching of my match broke the silence of the night. It crackled across the matchbook like the smooth melody of jazz- calming and comforting to my ears. The licking flame chased the darkness from my face, and the smoke arose like mist escaping a crypt. The only other illumination […]

11 Dec 18
The Writing Life

One of my guilty pleasures is the Real Housewives franchise. And the Real Housewives of Orange County Reunion wrapped up this week. Yes, the show is filled with ridiculousness and drama, some of which is certainly played up for TV through strategic editing and forced confrontations. But it has actually been very educational for me, […]

11 Dec 18
INFORMATION

The it movie is set in the summer of 1989 and tells the story of seven Children is Maine. They were terrorized by a eponymous being but only to face their own demons. The following summer, Bill and his friends – Richie Tozier, Eddie Kaspbrak, and Stan Uris – run afoul of older bully Henry Bowers […]

11 Dec 18
Handful of Tales

Part one – François Santayana François Santayana did not believe in fairy tales, although he wished he did. It was the fault of his mother of course; after reading him any such tale she would proceed to dismantle it in the methodical fashion she so lavishly applied to everything in her life. She would tell […]

11 Dec 18
~about this magnificent life~

  I’m hiding behind a hedge. Half dressed.  Short crimson jacket over my not very long camisole. Bunny slippers. And I think I’ve just been spotted. REWIND. 8H20…….8H10………7H55….7H40….7H26……7H14……7H04…. “Muuuum! MUM WAKE UP!” Eye flutter. “Mum, it’s 7 o’clock! Didn’t you set the alarm?” Fact: we use only 0.01% of our brains. Yes, the decimal’s in […]

11 Dec 18
The Running Princess

Sometimes it’s just when things are ticking along nicely that life throws a spanner in the works. This week I somehow went from feeling great to having a cough, and after the experience of last year, I made sure to take a step back and look after myself so it doesn’t linger. It was the […]

11 Dec 18
Hometown Publishing

Art by: ☁️なあの丸☁️:www.pixiv.net/member_illust.ph… Kisaki picked up the half-finished cigarette she’d rested lazily against the ashtray, taking a long drag before staring at the plate laid out before her: a simple breakfast with a single bite taken out of each piece of food. She thought about how best to convey her feelings on what she’d just been […]

11 Dec 18
Hometown Publishing

Art by:赤人:www.pixiv.net/member_illust.ph…Konnyaku:goo.gl/KpCuL1 — Kouta rubbed his hands together, cupping them over his mouth and breathing into them slowly, savoring what little warmth it provided before grabbing a thin metal pole off the ground and sliding it through the loops on the outer canvas of his tent. “Hey, Kouta,” Chiaki started, as she took a seat […]

11 Dec 18
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

MOSCOW — Russia’s Museum of Cosmonautics displays with rightful pride artifacts from its early years of storied achievements in space exploration: the first satellite, the first dog in space, the first man and, soon thereafter, the first toolbox. Labeled in blocky Cyrillic writing a “panel with instruments for technical service and repair,” the toolbox held […]

11 Dec 18
Hometown Publishing

Jin sighed as he pulled his uniform out of his closet, slipping on the shirt and dragging it across his body as though it were made of lead instead of pale, blue-striped cotton. He reluctantly stepped into his pants and sighed for a second before pulling them up and fastening his belt, the simple buckle […]

11 Dec 18
The Eclectic Mind of Ryan

This tiny tire inflator has been a hit with our readers, and now you can get it for just $12. Toss it in your glove box, or even in your spare tire well, and you’ll never again be forced to scrounge together quarters to use the air pump at a gas station. Read more… from […]