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Irving, What's that Smell?

Click on the image above to see Friday’s update to Cobalt City. The protagonist, Joe Mexico, tries to hide in cop car’s back seat.


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Bao owns no part of the business. He is a front man. He appears to generate astounding profits. The language business was good.

“The boss has arrived,” he says. 421 more words


Poem a Day #16 - Interview 1

According to a not very reliable website I read today, humans are different from animals in 15 ways. These include crying (really?), farting (I know that’s not true because I’ve smelt dog farts and heard elephants fart), hiccoughs (maybe), blushing (likely), shaving (obviously), pins and needles,  risk taking and daydreaming (how would we know). 204 more words


The CIA's Declassified Torture Handbook: How to Create a “World of Fear, Terror, Anxiety, Dread.”

Senator Feinstein’s quest to declassify her committee’s report on the CIA’s post-9/11 torture program has increased attention on the agency’s illegal –and decades-old– interrogation techniques. Now, newly-declassified portions of the CIA’s infamous 1963 KUBARK manual, a comprehensive guide for teaching interrogators how to… 703 more words


Secret WW1 spy files have been made available online

Source: BBC News, 9 April 2014

Interrogation reports and photographs are among secret MI5 files about World War One spies being made available online for the first time. 172 more words



Day 12 I believe. Your dish today is a very spicy tomato soup. The sharp tang tells you that the tomatoes were fresh. The soup is well seasoned. 146 more words

Caught in the Middle

This story actually happened over 4 years ago.  I was a young and meek college freshman experiencing new environments, new friends, and new fun.  But not all of it was “fun” to be honest.   446 more words