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Rebuking a Lioness

After driving off the Niambo, Isawannayu led the women to a village where the chief had been a close ally of her father.  Chief Bosede allowed the women to stay and heal.  999 more words


This Is How The Old Philippine Paper Money Looks

Did you know that the first currency where we appeared in (as Filipinas) were produced between 1861 to 1868? 421 more words

A Goat with Teeth

Isawannayu was still fuming when she leapt upon a large rock outcropping to peer into the jungle. Her uncle had become chief after her father died under mysterious circumstances. 803 more words


July 4

Independence Day —

Today’s joy is this. I can’t get over it!


Global Friends Of Palestine

Palestine has hundreds of millions of supporters across the globe. In addition to this, the Palestinian diaspora is massive and they will not forget. Nor should they. 27 more words


RMU vs. Kentucky four years later: Post game

Pandemonium poured out onto the court from every direction once the clock hit zero. I thought I would be safe around the basket, protected by a line of “luxury” seats, but everything happened too quickly and I didn’t notice that they evacuated press row before the final buzzer until later. 449 more words


RMU vs. Kentucky four years later: Second Half

The first half proved Robert Morris could compete with the defending national champions.

With a half under my belt, I was a bit more comfortable and was beginning to concentrate on the game more. 503 more words