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... then another force confiscates those weapons. It is like the US gave the enemy some weapons. Could we see in rebellions put down in urban US neighborhoods like Baltimore and Ferguson large gangs acquiring things like police vests, guns and even other battle gear like tanks?
Short story idea. A variation on the Benjamin Buttons story where the man grows younger as the woman he loves grows older. This variation is set in the apocalyptic future and instead of ...
... a partner? Or just a sympathetic person helping someone else out in need?
Had the world really succeeded in making him so deeply suspicious?
What did she do?
Maybe I'm wrong.
His mind clawed at him.
The passenger smelled something and it wasn't the guy in row four who didn't care who heard him audibly pass gas.
She picked up her phone and started typing away. She stole a nervous glance over her shoulder. On her ...
... we decided to go to "L'Angolo on 5th". I had mussels, pesto spaghettini with clams and rick had cod. Very good!! The ladies enjoyed getting dressed up a bit :) (Terri and Allan live in Orillia on the boat in the summer at a marina and travel in their coach in the winter.) Wednesday Jan. 28 - I helped out at the jewellery class. At 5:00, we joined Betty and Tom and went to the Boathouse for drinks and apps. Then we drove to the beach near the pier to watch the sunset. We enjoyed ...
... mug for Scott, a wooden spoon and a mat for my sink. After Miromar we went to Cracker Barrel for our tea and from the shop I bought a salt and pepper set and a tea towel. It has been a lovely day, got back to the villa and sat outside next to the pool and had a few drinks. 21st September Today was a beautiful hot day and we spent it sunbathing by the pool. Bill and Senga arrived at teatime. We had a nice meal and drinks by the pool at night. 22nd September We went ...
... crying kid, who must have only been about four, was first up. She bowled in with an unexpected confidence. The alligator was around 9lbs, so pretty hefty for a littl'un. I had no expectation what an alligator would feel like to hold, but it was surprisingly soft and kinda cute in a 'this could bite my hand off' kind of way. The first part of the animal show the guide was carrying a skunk. We were able to stroke him, as the guide explained that if we were ...