The forest held its secrets. None of them were as interesting as the Bamboo Monolith. Dr. Kimberly Jones was going to do what her grandfather couldn’t do, but time was running out.
“There’s nothing here!” said Dr. Jones’ assistant professor while packing.
“Go if you must, I’ve two more weeks here!”
Dr. Jones left in the direction of the “head” of the monolith. Dr. Jones took only her flashlight and notebook. Suddenly, the forest floor gave way and fell about 15 feet. Dr. Jones’ soon discovered it is an temple entrance and the only way out, was through the unknown labyrinth.
This was again, a tough one. And again, I leave you with a cliffhanger. I apologize for nothing! Enjoy! (more…)
As the old wizard was showing his new apprentice around the grounds, they came to an interesting spinning wheel. It squeaked every two seconds or so.
“Master, what is that?”
“I honestly don’t know. Even my master seemed to be at a lost.” said the wizard as he turned to the young man. “He was told long ago not to stop it and pray it would not stop. You see, my young apprentice, even I don’t know everything-”
Suddenly, the squeaking stopped. Both the wizard and the apprentice looked up together at the wheel as it came to a stop.
This morning I woke up to an image, and I was at a loss as to what I was looking at. All I know, and this information came only from the image’s file name, is that it’s a wheel. Some days, we are just never going to get the answers. So that is what I went for: The I Don’t Know What It Is Wheel, Of Why The Hell Is It Spinning? (more…)
She was told of the sisters, but she thought it was just a ghost story. Two sisters waiting for their husbands from the World War One battlefield. On a dare she took many pictures of the couch.
On a feeling, Tania used her older single-lens reflex camera, that had actual black and white film stock, and took pictures of the antique couch. She just wanted to use up the film before it went bad.
There before Tania on the print were the sisters. Waiting.
It was the last ghost story Tania would ever just dismiss.
One of the dares of NaNoWriMo, is to insert a real life person into your story. Today’s inspiration had me sitting here looking at a nice antique photo and I thought to myself: My friend (while, I hope she is my friend) Tania Gail is a photographer and would love it!
And of course, the story pretty much wrote itself after that point. Enjoy! (more…)
I am going to be honest. I haven’t seen Kung-Fu Panda 2. It is not that I didn’t want to see, because I did like the first Kung-Fu Panda a lot. I just haven’t had the opportunity to see Kung-Fu Panda 2. In fact, I hear that Kung-Fu Panda 2 is better than the first one.
…But I am needlessly getting off track here. Bryan Cranston voices Po’s biological father. And in this movie, Po has to do the training. Seems very interesting.
Short post, but NaNoWriMo 2015 has started! You can track my progress here: NaNoWriMo BigGator5
You will not see me post as much as I normally do. I will still keep up my 100-Word Challenge on Fridays, just because I want to later collect them all in an ebook and sell them as an anthology when I get enough. I will only do a trailer reaction if it moves me enough. Political posts are out of the question, unless something huge happens.
No Podcast this month, unless something huge happens.
Tweeting will be about the same. No promises, since I will be doing less reading.
The foolish werewolves should have looked where they ran. For they both ran right out the door into the waiting hands of The Great Pumpkin!
“Fool wolves!” yelled the massive carved pumpkin head on the scarecrow’s body. The Great Pumpkin had both wolves by their necks and all the werewolves could do is make faint “wah-wah” sounds. “I heard you both! October is the Hunter’s Moon! Tonight I am the hunter! I will protect sincere children and their pumpkin patches!”
The Great Pumpkin then ate the two werewolves whole, never to be seen again, while the children behind him cheered.
I like to start a feature here every once-in-a-while, where I take a look at the distorted views of the clinically insane. Or more commonly known to us on the right-side of the blogosphere, as the KosKids. They are the deadicated and brain-dead followers of Markos Moulitsas, and they have bought some prime real estate at the bottom of the rabbit hole. This feature will take a look at how far down they have gone. I am going to link them, but I beg you don’t click on them.
Today, we are going to take on “Assault At Spring Valley High” here. Officer Ben Fields has been fired already, so we can’t save him. However we are going to look at insanity coming out of Daily Kos.
This Kos Kid, Jen Hayden, here thinks that the fact the 16-year-old was a foster care somehow excuses this girl’s awful behavior. Your sob story does not excuse you from a lawful order from a police officer. I’m sorry that you’re foster care, but that doesn’t give you free license to be a fucktard.
Kos Kid, Frank Vyan Walton, admits that this girl refused the orders to leave the classroom from a teacher and a school administrator. But that’s no reason to arrest her, this Kos Kid argues. Except, it is. In South Carolina, you can be arrested for disrupting the classroom and disobeying a order to leave the classroom.
I agree with Tommy Sotomayor here:
However I am almost ready to go one step further than Sotomayor in calling for a general police strike. I mean, politicians don’t have your backs and won’t stick up for you. You will be fired and threaten with imprisonment FOR DOING YOUR JOB! Why put your neck on the line for ungrateful public and leaders to quickly throw you under the bus?
Now is clearly not the time. Still, it won’t be bad idea to look for other work. Go to school part-time and learn a new vocation. It is not worth throwing your lives away to people who don’t like or respect you. Walk away as soon as you can.