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The Greatest Fan Fiction Ever Told

This guy, am I right?

I’ve never been a big Spider-Man reader, so my awareness of the character Herman “Shocker” Schultz–frequent Sinister Six member in reasonably good standing and a Spidey foe for pretty much as long as I’ve been alive–was dim at best before I read  916 more words

The James Casbolt (Michael Prince) controversy and TV interview

I recently watched an interesting interview of alleged: MK-ULTRA, Jesuit and Illuminati assassin, James Casbolt, by well known TV host, Richard Hall. Before Richard interviewed Casbolt, he said that there are four possible scenarios for Casbolt’s testimony. 741 more words

Jesuits

Look Down On You

Let me start this Superhero Sunday post off by stating that all talk of ages is excluding Thor. :) Also, no spoilers for Age of Ultron, just in case you’re wondering. 273 more words

Christianity

Captain America - The Winter Soldier

The Winter Soldier trasforma il personaggio di Captain America che, per quanto più interessante di tanti altri eroi Marvel, non divenne il preferito di nessuno dopo la visione del primo film. 53 more words

Movies Snapshots

Super soldier James Casbolt (aka: Michael Prince) and the Jesuit Order

Super Soldier Assassin James Casbolt (aka: Michael Prince) confirms Jesuit rulership in the NWO

James Casbolt who is the son of a former high level MI6 (British Intellgence agency) agent and is an MI6 operative himself, has made a number of statements on the Jesuits that I find highly interesting but not surprising. 1,249 more words

Jesuits

Real Human Stories and Other Fallacies

As a long-time member of SAG/AFTRA (and a soon-to-be-ex-member of the Writer’s Guild), the holiday season officially begins when the awards screeners start to trickle in, appearing sporadically in my mailbox from early November to late December. 1,231 more words

Infinite Midlife Crisis

If I were to try and trace the beginnings of my midlife crisis–such as it’s been–I imagine I could source its origins back to early 2008, when I was deeply unemployed and desperately depressed enough to seek help via a depression study I heard about in a radio ad. 1,198 more words