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Practised disbelief

Section 106 is just doing its do-tea

The chance of sleep was as unlikely as a simultaneous win on the lottery and the horses for a person who never buys a ticket or places a bet. 389 more words

Creative Writing

Telling the truth makes people uncomfortable and here's how to spot it

How do you tell if someone’s lying?

This is always the question that comes up, when we are talking about body language, FBI agents interrogating prisoners and crime shows like Lie To Me. 1,425 more words


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‘Fine.’ Matthias stepped in front of the door and, fixing his feet against the ground, steadying his balance as best he could, tugged the wooden boards from the opening, setting each by the door. 797 more words


08-08-2014 Journal Entry – Boring, Strange & Weird!

It’s been one of those typical summer days.  A little boring, a little strange, and a whole lotta weird.  The weird occurred this morning when I received a “Friend Request” on Facebook from a person I haven’t seen or spoken to in almost twenty years.  I immediately recognized his name, remembered his face, and then remembered more.  … 592 more words

Looking Back

The Quitting

The Quitting Process (according to me):

Step One: Decide you’re going to quit. Woo!
Step Two: You decide how important these people are to your career. 602 more words


In the Box

Q: See that camera up there? This is being taped, right? It’s, let’s see, 2:38 p.m. on Sunday, August 3, 2014. We’re at the ______ Police Station. 1,159 more words


CIA Apologizes for Snooping on Senate Staff Computers

Updated at 3:24 p.m.

A report from the CIA’s inspector general faulted agency employees for improperly accessing Senate staffers’ computers during an investigation into Bush-era CIA interrogation practices. 474 more words