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ORIGINAL FICTION: "Curse the Darkness" (Part 4)

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(This is part 4 of the story. Part 1 is here, Part 2 is here, and Part 3 is here. The Conclusion will run next Monday.)

 

Lanata, lanata, lanata, lanata, Pari cursed to herself, First time I get a little garabara in a year, so of course the girl’s a homicidal maniac. All the doors to the central shaft were now locked from the cockpit, so there was no easy way to get up there.

 

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EPISODE REVIEW: Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: “The Lost Worlds of Planet Earth” (Episode 9)

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My computer is fighting me like crazy today , and keeps crashing and/or hanging up. Lucky you: rather than my normal rambling gonzo journalism style I’ll just stick to the topic at hand

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Announcing the release of "The Bones of an Angel," the fourth full-length book by Kevin Long

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Hey, everybody!.My fourth book, "The Bones of an Angel," is now published and available at smashword: (Here: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/433927  ) and on Amazon (Here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K348VGI  ) It's downloadable for Kindle or any other E-reader for a whopping buck ninety-nine. How can you lose? You can't even get a cup of coffee for that. Basically the only useful choices for $1.99 are to just toss the money into the road, or to buy my book.

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EPISODE REVIEW: The 100: “Contents Under Pressure” (Episode 7)

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I’m beginning to think there’s something wrong with me. I love to read, I love to write, I love to watch TV, I’ve got a gig where I get to do all three, and yet I’m never ACTUALLY in the mood to do it. This is like the 5th consecutive review that I haven’t been able to get jazzed about. One could assume it’s the comparatively low quality of the shows themselves, and while that’s probably a part of it, it’s never stopped me before (“Oh, God, not ANOTHER episode of ‘Generator Rex’”).

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ORIGINAL FICTION: "Curse the Darkness" (Part 3)

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(This is part three of the story. Part One is here, and Part Two is here) The origin of the earliest fire temples is a subject of much debate, both on historical and theological lines. The earliest Zoroastrian scripture makes no mention of sacred flame whatsoever, so it clearly wasn’t there from the outset. Even so, the earliest fire temples are very ancient indeed, so it’s difficult to know exactly when the practice originated.

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