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Day 139: Fierce Protector

“All it takes is a dollop,” said Heather. “She’ll be dead in minutes.”

“I don’t think that’ll be nece–”

“Just take it with you.”

Heather pushed the container into Jess’s hand. 327 more words

Fiction

Which Would You Choose?

If you had the chance to choose how you would fight, would you pick the knife or the vial? Bravery or cunning? Strength or stealth? Well, weary traveler, may this be one choice you will never have to make. 13 more words

Fantasy

Murdering America, by Robert Gore

There are many ways to murder; depravity encounters no limits to its diabolical designs. A dramatic staple: a trusted friend or relative administers gradually increasing quantities of an undetectable poison as a formerly vigorous victim inexplicably wastes, withers and finally succumbs. 1,131 more words

Government

Man Spraying poison on FOOD!

Investigators say a man in Michigan admitted to spraying a mice poison formula on food in grocery stores. The FBI released a photo of the suspect entering a Whole Foods in Ann Arbor, but at least 14 stores could have been affected. 196 more words

Mites Is Now Able To Be Killed Without Usage Of Backpacking Or Poison Gas

Since Bible instances, guy and insects of all different kinds have been fighting. From flies and mosquitoes to termites and bees. Though some of these insects can cause significant health issues, termites on the other-hand, trigger serious injury to our residences. 126,109 more words

Don't Be Surprised If Your Vaccines Are Killing You

God created man in His image long ago. Man has done fine all this time without vaccines. Africans who were forced into slavery in the West used natural remedies that cured everything and many of them easily lived past 100 despite the paltry conditions they were forced to live in. 216 more words

Deal 623: Cat Scratch Start

While trying unsuccessfully to take a nap, a steady stream of frogs meandered out of the swamp, over the lawn, and past the point where Sylvester was resting in a sunbeam at the foot of the old apple tree while the hard rocking strains of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” and “Talk Dirty to Me” were heard across the yard, somehow enhanced by the near infinite number of frogs attempting to sing along, and keeping the cat awake.

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