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By Honeybee Lilico
part of my university collection
Political humor and viewpoint, of sorts.
Poetry | Updated Nov 25, 2015 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
My thoughts on the recent attacks in Paris, and the backlash towards the Islamic community
By Chris Green
Brown Sauce is not allowed by President Ludo and I fall foul of his police by bringing it over the border.
This is the forth installment in The Chronicles of Kesha (originally posted on Facebook in 2010, remastered version posted on Figment.com on 9/21/14); the Phoenix was inspired by the Firebird from Fantasia 2000.
Heathen Anti-Christian America Haters led by a group of competing Anti-Christs try to take over America but one man promises reform.
By Oleg Roschin
While the other episodes of the futuristic saga focus on what happened before or after the disaster of 2121, this story describes the horrible event itself, as seen from the point of view of a typical Western citizen of that time.
[Sequel to: A Christmas Story, PC Game]
[Prequel to: The...
By Ryan Cagide
If we want our grandkids to enjoy life, we have to change the world...and soon.
A philosophical essay about politics and the future of the human race.
By Eddie C Morton
The Allegory of the Passage: A Short Story Inspired by the Allegory of the Caveâ€”a timeless commentary on life and knowledge authored by a long dead European male. Civilization survived the truth of the Cave and America has survived and even thrived in spite of the fictions of the tea...
By Christopher Kush
This is an essay I wrote after work one evening after reading through some news stories of the day. South Africa has a history of racial segregation I felt that currently we are subject to a new form of segregation. We are being segregated by economic class as opposed to our historic racial...
One narrowed centralist viewpoint on two subjects, religion and politics.
Poetry | Updated Nov 7, 2015 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Brimmy V
This is what I would call a PPG (Plot-Playing Game) or living story in which readers decide the course of future chapters. It involves choosing a given option and rolling for it at the end of each chapter. No chapters are pre-written, so updates will be slow, but they can be wildly varied by not...
By Ted Gerard
One is None and All is One and nothing is fair in Delirium.
By Ted Gerard