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What the Royal Hell...

We’re currently one week away from finals. This will be my last full week of classes for the semester, followed by finals week. I have a couple exams to study for and a few final group presentations to take care of. 374 more words

Alfred Fellows

Alfred was born in Ettingshall, near Bilston, on 10 August 1899. He was the son of William and Clara Fellows, and in 1901 they were living at 135 Rough Hills, Bilston, together with Alfred’s siblings Clara, Mary, William and James. 154 more words

Men Who Served

How Two Brothers Help Reveal the Nature of Desertion and Brotherhood in the Civil War

For most soldiers, particularly in the American Civil War, the word “deserter” on a military service record is a word of shame and dishonor. Deserting in Civil War armies could lead to execution, imprisonment, tortuous punishment, or public humiliation. 866 more words

Soldiers

#TWEETS FROM A TWIT, No. 335

Can anyone loan me 10 grand so I can move to Ireland until this national nightmare plays itself out? Really, I just don’t want to be here…

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Kevin Keelan

LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!

(November 17, 2016) Stuart Reynolds calls for Bible-based Christian living…

For years Lights! Camera! Action! has been the call  on the movie sets of our world as the crew begin another ‘take.’ 1,563 more words

Trust

Do Not Resuscitate

We wouldn’t make the effort to keep it alive.
Stood hands in our pockets and watched it die.
Watched the embers until they were ashes, cold in the fire. 74 more words

Poetry

Looking to the Streets

Now I really am in trouble,
Tempest tossed and lost,
And I can nearly feel the frost
Of an uncertain future on the streets:
Stranger-vagabond to everyone I meet, 207 more words

Poetry