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My favorite (dwarf) planet is Pluto

by cheri block

The bright spot in this week’s news, brighter the prospects of a nuclear agreement with an untrustworthy country, and more luminescent than the prospects of a third ginormous loan for Greece, is the picture of Pluto and one of his little moons that the NASA spacecraft… 461 more words


Another Time, Another Place

British war films often explore the divisions amongst the allies, and the tensions between the better paid Americans and the more impoverished Brits.

Another common subject is the jolly jape escape film where the better class of British Prisoners of War try and escape. 129 more words


Fun Cereal Boxes

I was eating a box of Captain Crunch that my mom sent to me about a week ago and I got bored so I started looking at the box.  169 more words


Day Sixteen (HK Adventures): blowing bubbles

…the title pretty much sums up the whole day.

Yup. Bubbles.

As in, dish detergent formula soap bubbles? Absolutely.

Today my family went into… 269 more words

HK Adventures

facing old ideals

In my high school drama class, we had an assignment to create a unique character and then present a 5 minute sketch that would introduce the character to the audience. 383 more words


Transformation - Flamestorming prompt 1

My sweet sixteen

I’m not sure who decided that turning sixteen was so important for a young girl. I guess every culture has that line of demarcation where you shed the title of “child”, but in a middle-class family in the US when there’s no war or anything… turning sixteen basically means you can try to get your driver’s license. 185 more words

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