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Sordid Tales of the Unexpected

1. Foxes Vs. Fat-man.

A young fox,
barely three,
wandering lost,
down a typical London street.

When out of nowhere,
a fatman did wander,
stomping like clashes of thunder. 196 more words


Beyond the bomb: the Near-Term Iran Missile Threat

Source: Extracts from The Gulf Military Balance, the missile and the nuclear dimension

Iran’s existing missile forces give it the capability to attack targets in the Gulf and near its border with conventionally armed long-range missiles and rockets, and Iran can attack targets in Israel, throughout the region, and beyond with its longest-range ballistic missiles… 362 more words


Eleventh hour samaritan

August 5, 1945, Rijo Dori Ave.

It was dark and Tsutomu Yamaguchi was walking down the streets after a busy day at work. He wanted to reach home early and gulp down his half empty bottle of Suntory. 134 more words

Subtle Short Stories

Review: Special Bulletin

Special Bulletin is a movie shot in a news special broadcast style, basically imitating how we, the citizenry, would learn of an actual event taking place if it did.


The Evil That Men Do

So I sat. And I waited. And I thought. The NewStatesman article staring up at me blankly. The words of Sophie McBain were being churned over in my head as something I had known for years began to creep to the front of my brain. 1,131 more words

Paddy Vipond