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Day 1 of 365: Middle School Snapshot (April 17th 2014)

Middle school was not that sweet to me. When most people think of middle school, they recall these nostalgic memories in which they ran around the playground, ricocheting nimbly across the blacktop and chanting “You’re it” to their friends on these glistening days. 664 more words


Something in Her Face Was Incredibly Alive

The other evening, we watched a movie that was pretty blah.  There were many things wrong with it, but the most obvious thing was the emotional texture of the film.  509 more words


Kids these days

Ceritanya, adikku yang bungsu dapat Tugas Bahasa Inggris : bercerita selama satu menit di depan kelas tentang benda kesukaan.

Karena mau gampangnya saja, adikku bercerita tentang benda kesukaannya…buku latihan soal UN. 156 more words


Baruch Spinoza and Defining our Principles

Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) was a rationalist philosopher, whose work Ethics, Demonstrated in Geometrical order was published posthumously in 1677. I first came across The Ethics  1,041 more words


Who Shot First... Harrison Ford Speaks.

If the title of this post grabbed you,  I don’t need to explain anything.

For Harrison Ford’s take on the classic Star Wars conundrum, look no further than… 18 more words


People Change

It’s been 4 years. Middle school doesn’t even matter any more, so if I went back no one would recognise me any more. Today an old classmate requested to follow me and then suddenly he sent me a message. 560 more words

Flavors of Villainy

Welcome to the third installment of Everyman Gaming’s GM’s Guide articles. In this GM’s Guide, we’ll be talking about choosing a villain for your campaign. 1,550 more words

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