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Decagon 108

By the end of the day, they had realized just how much Richard had been underestimating the number of Roses in the school. His original expectation of two had quickly turned into eight, and now those eight people were gathered in an out-of-the-way lounge in the dorm building. 1,137 more words

Decagon 107

By this time, everyone had seen the news report. Either they saw it when it happened, or they had it shown to them, or they saw it on YouTube. 1,702 more words

Decagon 106

Bruce Charles was the number 3 news anchor in the number 3 city in the United States: Roosetown, Wyoming; and he had been for the past three years. 1,442 more words

Decagon 105

In a section of the school almost exactly opposite where Charitysat, her twin sister Mary-Claire was in the midst of a mid-morning basketball practice. Technically she was supposed to be the gym teacher’s student aid, but the gym teacher was also her coach, and the class was mostly composed of JV basketball players. 1,536 more words

One of my customers is a super villain. Maybe.

There is a woman that is a regular customer, and I am convinced that she’s a super villain. You’re probably thinking that she’s a young woman in some kind of cat suit, thinking out ways to rob us. 447 more words


Decagon 104

Kids, don’t smoke, Lance Johnson thought, sitting outside his dorm building. He wasn’t even sure why he had started doing it, but now he was stuck doing it, and he didn’t particularly have it in him to quit. 1,886 more words

Decagon 103

Hanna Ericsdottir wasn’t particularly known for her charisma. It wasn’t a product of her change in nationality; she wasn’t particularly talkative in her native Iceland either. 2,049 more words