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Indoctrination has a bad day

Private Kowalski had a dilemma.

He was on the ground, balled like a foetus.

The question was: should he get up or stay put ? His training said stand, his humanity said lie. 63 more words

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Happily Ever After

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there was a beautiful young girl who had become lost while traveling. As the sun set and the moon rose over the land of the free and home to the brave, she happened upon a splendid castle. 245 more words
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The Patient Invasion

The humans had made a wonderful discovery. They congratulated one another as they packed away their sensitive instruments and prepared to leave the wind-blasted, life-hating plain. 77 more words

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Other blog get the credit

This is the post in my Facebook wall. See that it is using my other blog name: From the Eyes of Rin. I can’t understand why it keep on doing that… I have been deleting and re-connect the apps, and it only once worked properly. 43 more words

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He that withholdeth corn

Kowalski, the minotaur-necked CIA Chief of Station in Cairo, spelled it out for them.

“Let me spell it out for you, gentlemen. You will fly directly to the Natanz uranium enrichment facility in Iran tonight. 77 more words

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[Japan Talk] Some(from 109) reasons Japan is unique

109 reason? WHAT?!

I really want to list them all down, but I will just mentioned some of them that I already use as a reason for loving Japan. 1,066 more words

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Dynamic Tension

Each morning at dawn, the automatic system at the Department of Good Character initiated its first transmission of the day.

Across the great nation, the implants in its dorsal medial habenulas having been activated, … 19 more words

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