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This is obviously a short, somewhat, memo of what I am currently working on in my spare time. I have bigger plans for it, but wanted to post a snipped on the skeleton of the story so far. Feedback would be appreciated for any IDEAS or comments.
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My thoughts on America.
Essay | Updated Dec 16, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Western leaders hypocrisy towards Mandela politics
Article | Updated Dec 12, 2013 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 2
By Skeptic Windego
I give the majority of reasons why people across america should advocate for the elimination of Private Schools, as they are the last bastion of hope for faschism and should be eliminated.
This is an essay I had to write for History. I received great praise for it and thought it was worthy of Booksie. The assignment was to write a conversation between two revolutionary war time period people. One for England and the other for America. I had to explain the problems and confusions...
This is a detailed argument on the change from TNA to Impact Wrestling. Read this if you are a fan of Professional Wrestling.
By Liam Strong
A screenplay I wrote for the Young Playwrights' Festival in T.C., I hope you like it!
â€œPlease Stark? Just track the boy down, surely someone of your talents can do that.â€ Thor pleaded with me. I sighed, ever since the battle of Manhattan was over Thor had been trying to get me to track down this Perseus Jackson kid.
What will happen when the Avengers meet Percy...
An original patriotic poem.
Poetry | Updated Nov 17, 2013 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
By Robert Wilkins
Thor invites Captain America over for lunch.
By Melissa Firefox
Inspired by SoftDreamer7's lovely poem about our veterans. Please enjoy! God bless America!
By Alex Sharpe
(WORK IN PROGRESS. UNDERGOING WRITING, EDITING, AND DETAILING)
Everything was fineâ€¦ Just another fine day â€“ a day at the park, with the familyâ€¦ But then it began. They have no name. They were all of the sudden here, out of nowhere. They roamed the Earth devastating everything...
Why Ancaps need to see reality.
By Shaktima Brien
Angelina, the author's alter ego, embarks a creative journey through men, art, books, Zen, Tantra, Psyche, and Goddess medicine,
Executive by day, lover by night, Angelina hunts for men and business in hope of finding love and success. Convinced that she is more than a daughter, a lover or a...