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By Phillip M Roberts
((This was released in several posts over a couple days, hence the " ... " ellipses separating sections. Those were individual posts, but I put them together up here, and I'll knit them together later to form something less forum patterned and more reader-friendly. The rest are a few snippets...
By Silver 84
The summary of Gordon Ramsay to the tune of 'Santa Claus is Coming to Town'
Ned And Auckmed stumbled into the trailer. "So Auckmed what kind of sandwich do you want?" Ned Asked as he opened the fridge door looking to see what goodies Trista had left them. "Ohhhhh we're gonna eat good tonight" Ned sings as he dances away from the fridge with arms full of plates of left...
Batman, Robin, and Batgirl's jobs are never done. From taking on common street thugs, to battling tragic evil genius' like Mr. Freeze, or even solving all of Riddler's clues, the life of being one of Gotham's dark knights is always thrilling.
A truthful opinion about a 13 year british life of the new labour years from a dedicated passionate member.
By Alex Lamont
Lewis and Gordon are at the same funeral. Their history is renown and their conversation is of the the greatest importance; but what will the outcome be?
By Enrai Manako
This was a music class project to study tone color. The words are to the tune of "If You Could Read my Mind" by Gordon Lightfoot outlining a classic romance.
Spencer feels like she's been in hell in back. Her family dies from a fire, and she is sent to her uncle, then she discovers that her whole family is vampires. Like can't get any better, until she is shipped again to a vampire boarding school.
Gordon wakes up to find himself on a completely different planet to where he fell asleep, and to make things worse, there is no-one around to talk to, no-one to help him survive in a place where everything is out to get him. Or so he thinks. From the moment he finds Unreachable, everything...
By Richard Elliott
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