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Any idiot can say “Hey let’s sign every high-priced Free Agent on the market”. The 12 focuses on what we can do with what we already have, to fix or improve our team. 288 more words


6 Days of Super Eagles ... Days: 4

And then there were 4.  4 LOONGGG days until redemption for the 2004 season’s Super Bowl.  You remember.  Same Patriots, same Brady.  So close but couldn’t seal the deal, falling to the Death Star by a measly field goal, 24-21.   422 more words


Star Trek Adventures: Behind-the-Scenes Interview With Jim "Sisko" Johnson

As part of our efforts to be the one-stop-shop for all things in Star Trek Adventures fandom, I am launching a new series where we can get to know the masterminds behind what is arguably the most rocking Star Trek RPG to hit the planet. 1,059 more words

A Review Of Jim Johnson's Convoy SE-119

How did the Star Trek Adventures Convoy SE-119 module rate?

My brave-hearted crew just completed Convoy SE-119, one of the creative modules released by Modiphius writer,  Jim Johnson, for play in the Star Trek Living Campaign. 659 more words

Oilers Need Massive Overhaul On Penalty Kill

Enough is enough, it is more than time to pull the plug on Edmonton’s special teams. The worst home penalty kill in NHL history (and that’s not overstating things) cost the Oilers another point last night, and is on the verge of costing this team the entire season. 672 more words


Los Angeles Angels increase their chances in landing Japanese star Shohei Ohtani

 The Los Angeles Angels acquire reliever Jim Johnson and $1.21 million international money in a trade.

The Los Angeles Angels acquired both reliever Jim Johnson from the Atlanta Braves and $1.21 million international money on Nov. 359 more words

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WordServe News October 2017

Happy Halloween! Exciting things have been happening this month at WordServe Literary.

On the final post of each month you’ll find a list of Water Cooler contributors’ recently released books along with a recap of WordServe client news. 577 more words

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