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Depression Creep.

How dare you
Invade my precious dream space
Where I am hero, adventurer, and creator
Where my music comes to life
Where I am a bicycle acrobat… 167 more words

Poetry

My father's war

In 1939, my dad was a kid in The Netherlands, just a few clicks west of the German border.

World War II had a profound effect on his  life – and mine. 253 more words

Which country would be the most difficult to invade?

Answer by Jon Mixon on Quora:

New Zealand.

Its closest neighbor is Australia, which is 1,340 miles across a pretty turbulent body of water. It has no land neighbors and any nation looking to invade would have to bring all or most of the supplies that it needs with it as the logistics lines would be incredible.

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Memes

Two Historical Fiction Authors Talk VIKINGS - The Season Finale

The Shieldmaidens of History (Protecting the Innocent from Anachronisms) welcome you back to our review series on the History Channel show Vikings

What a season this has been on Vikings! 4,221 more words

Vikings

A YEAR UNDERFOOT - entry #241

July 18th, 2034

It has been fourteen days since the great quake struck the southern end of the Central Valley in the early morning hours of the 4th, – and fourteen days since I finally bagged my cursed white whale. 9,470 more words

A YEAR UNDERFOOT - entry #240

July 2nd, 2034

Preparations for the next Threak offensive are well under way, just as the vision warned. I’ve been watching cargo and troop transports dropping into the base every fifteen minutes, coming in heavy and lifting out light. 53 more words

A YEAR UNDERFOOT - entry #239

July 1st, 2034

As of yesterday, the Threak have begun deploying troopers outside the air base. They line up on either side of the Interstate, – stretching out for six miles in each direction, and the sight of the troopers standing in the sun, safe and smug, makes me want to charge out of the hills, blaster set on high and take out as many of them out as I can, but reason and reality set in and all I can do for now is sit and wait. 12 more words