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Weekly Witch - Krzysztof Opaliński - a satire on Polish witchcraft 1650

Kyzysztof Opaliński’ was a magnate intellectual, whose involvement in the witchcraft persecution was multifaceted. He is a figure to whom I shall return in further posts, as I describe the letters between he and his brother concerning a witchcraft case in one of his estates. 314 more words


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Topics in today’s show:

– With the Midterm elections two weeks away, pollsters say that The Senate is The Republicans to lose.

– According to a new poll, 40% of Americans approve of President Obama’s ISIS strategy. 83 more words

Public Opinion

Blake*, 24

So… I take it that subtlety is not one of your strong points, Blake*, 24.

I’m not quite sure how to react to this. Party with excitement, partly with fear. 178 more words


The Look

The Look
D. Paul Angel
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One of the difficulties I have in writing is to create bad characters. Let me rephrase that. Bad characters are easy to make- I do it all the time! 746 more words



Dear Fake Boyfriend,

Midway through Autumn, your idea of a seasonal romantic getaway was dragging me out of the city to a farm not unlike the one you grew up on in the middle of (how appropriately) BF nowhere to roam the fields and select one or two of the less deformed pumpkins. 141 more words


Caption Competition

Readers of Flib are asked to submit their caption for this week’s image via the reply button or a direct message to @Wrenfoe on twitter. 80 more words

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