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Bleeding Cool discloses SPECTRE spoilers from WikiLeaks

No spoilers in the text of the post, but obviously links to something full of spoilers.

That didn’t take long.

The Bleeding Cool website PUBLISHED A LONG POST… 145 more words

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Mysteries for All Ages

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“Mysteries have the ability to get reluctant readers and writers enthusiastic about reading, thinking, and writing. Mysteries often contain intriguing characters and are often able to hold a student’s interest with their suspenseful and dynamic plots. 70 more words

Creative Writing

New Horrors Await In Season Two of Penny Dreadful

A brand new behind the scenes featurette for season two of Penny Dreadful has just been released, and new horrors await Vanessa, Ethan and their companions in this twisted new season. 170 more words

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UPDATED: Wilson and Broccoli comment about SPECTRE

No real spoilers, although the super spoiler adverse should probably stay away just in case.

UPDATE (March 31): The COLLIDER WEBSITE quotes Michael G. Wilson differently about the script than IGN does below. 504 more words

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The Nymph: a beguiling tale...

Oracle Pictures have just released The Nymph, a charming short film, written and directed by Damian Byrne, and shot in Blarney Castle Fairy Gardens and Dublin’s Hellfire Club. 317 more words

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Sherman’s March, March 21, 1865: "the skirmish line of the Sixty-fourth Illinois advanced to within 200 yards of General Johnston's headquarters"

March 21, 1865 might have gone down as an anti-climactic day at the close of the Battle of Bentonville.  General Joseph E. Johnston said he wanted to recover his wounded as the justification for staying one more day in front of Sherman.  1,232 more words

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Sherman’s March, March 17, 1865: "I moved towards Bentonville but six miles" - the other day lost at Averasborough

I closed yesterday mentioning that Major-General William T. Sherman in effect lost two days due to Lieutenant-General William Hardee’s delaying action at Averasborough.  The first of those days was/is apparent just looking at the progress of the Left Wing on the road to Averasborough on March 16, 1865.  1,273 more words

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