Quandary Peak, Colorado January 13, 2019 Warning: This story is sad and a little gruesome. The name of the young skier has been changed. We lived on the mountain for one hour. At 13,400 feet, we carved a nest in the snow. Eight strangers — nine, if you count David. I did not count David, […]
Many survivors open up about their abuse only to find that family reactions are just as painful, if not more so, than the original trauma.
The source of bad fortune A woman. Men. Pay, pay, You wake up In the same Nightmare. Money, Bills, Shut up, Don’t speak, Don’t utter A word. You hope In every service Given a gesture Of generosity But Nothing’s free And the heart takes Blows, it gets severed Every time A little more […]
This is the third in a series of posts looking at why Alan Moore doesn’t like Grant Morrison. Previous installments: Part 1: Grant Morrison’s First Ten Years of Comics (1978-1987) Part 2: Karen Berger, the Berger Books, and Vertigo Animal Man Animal Man, Morrison’s first project for DC Comics (and the US market) was originally […]
Two of my sisters and I were born in Annapolis immediately after World War II. My father, stationed at the Naval Academy, defended Naval personnel on trial for war-time petty thefts and black market racketeering. At night he drove the hour-long commute back and forth to Georgetown Law School in Washington to complete his final […]
Final Investment Decision on NLNG Train 7 targeted at the fourth quarter of 2019.
1. Trench coat Chic and casual, modest and immodest, office and evening style. The trench coat has it all. This classic trend has never intended to become worldwide style icon. 2. White tee There’s something to be said for a timeless white t-shirt. Frankly, everyone should have at least one amazing white tee in their […]
This is something I ask myself a lot, what is this? What is this that I’m feeling? Why? What’s causing this? What’s on the other side of this? How do I get through this over and over and again while carrying the facade that everything’s fine? Because it’s not, inside it’s not fine, you can’t […]
Published in Balkan Transitional Justice Jasmina TesanovicAustinMarch 23, 2019 Author Jasmina Tesanovic started the first internet war diary while living in Belgrade when the NATO bombing of the Serbian capital began 20 years ago – a personal document of life-changing moments, extreme emotions, human kindness, survival and death. Twenty years in peace are like 20 […]
*I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to the author. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: Margate 1920. The Great War is over but Britain mourns and its spirit is not yet mended. Edward and William have returned from the front as changed men. Together […]
Dear fellow readers, unfortunately, this will be the last post 😦 It’s a pity that we have to come to an end of this blog writing. Nevertheless, I still hope you guys will enjoy this very last post! HERE WE GO~~ Before we dive into our team’s parody video, I’d like to give you guys […]
From the hell of the trenches to the very different hell of early 1990s comic books, it’s been a billowing icon of macho cool for more than a century.