My summer subletters have a cat named Toast. This one-year old feline is very playful and follows me everywhere in the afternoons at home.
Today as I was playing with Toast, I wanted to take a picture of her yawning. 70 more words
By Michael Stelzer Jocks, History Faculty.
I have always been intrigued by the First World War.
On second thought, perhaps ‘intrigued’ is not quite the right word. 813 more words
CONFINED, in an
Obviously, this is not (just) about keys, literally. Keys seemed a symbol for MY confinement within my illness; though I have done my best to re-invent myself and keep as much freedom as I (realistically) can. 254 more words
This building is being temporarily re-used and that is better than nothing; the artistic part of me says, fab; but the political part says it is a crying shame that such a beautiful, ornate, historically diverse(in its useage)building is sinking slowly into decrepitude(exemplified in these captures). 292 more words
Writer Kieron Gillen
Penciler Greg Land
Inker Jay Leisten
Colorists Guru Efx
Letterer VC’s Joe Caramagna
Cover Dated April 2012
How great must it be for Gillen, that he can point to this second volume of Uncanny X-Men, and say that this was completely his. 963 more words