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NK the Sequel - Chapter 3"You, too, can determine what you want. You can decide on your major objectives, targets, aims and destination."
Chapter 3: Capital Idea
In modern America, there are two kinds of cities. The first is the usual interpretation of "city:" high-rise skyscrapers, traffic jams everywhere, and as many billboards as there are pedestrians. Then there is the "large town" city such as Anaheim, which is like a town with few of the buildings having more than three stories, except there's a lot more people and you just don't see them too often.
In spite of being the capital of NintenKingdom, Central City was the latter. Which was, of course, how the raccoon preferred it. Smaller cities usually meant less pollution, and he was very sensitive to smoke and exhaust.
He was immensely relieved when he finally got there, after the events on the trail. His mind quickly ran through what he needed to do before he could go sightseeing around the city. First, he needed to find the local po
RftFR: Night 1 - Part 1Requiem for the Forgotten Reality
The First Night - Part 1
I know my life is pretty good compared to other people in the world. I have a good home, plenty of food, and a reliable Internet connection. But that doesn't stop it from being crap all the same.
I am (or rather, I was) a sophomore college student attending a very well-known university. While I was learning lots of interesting things and it didn't cost me anything from my wallet since my parents were paying my tuition, it was all maddening. I'm a computer junkie, video gamer, and lazy bum that has trouble paying attention. I'm not saying I'm worthless; I'm good at drawing pictures and writing stories, as well as computer programming. But I just can't seem to be able to use my talents to do my schoolwork. My dad says being a student is my full-time job in order to get me to do my schoolwork, but it's not much of an incentive. The pay is non-existent, the paperwork is massive, the bosses are uncaring, the hours are
NK the Sequel - Chapter 2"...to emphasize the afterlife is to deny life. To concentrate on Heaven is to create hell. In their desperate longing to transcend the disorderliness, friction, and unpredictability that pesters life; in their desire for a fresh start in a tidy habitat, germ-free and secured by angels, religious multitudes are gambling the only life they may ever have on a dark horse in a race that has no finish line."
Chapter 2: Meanwhile in Hell
For many of us humans here on planet Earth, we have faith that after we shuffle off our mortal coils, that it is not the end, that there is a life after death. It can be easy to see why someone would believe it; which would you rather have, once you die you move on to bigger and better things in a higher world, or once you die you disappear into the mist forever?
For us, it is faith. But for NintenKingdom, it is fact. No one knows just where the Soul and Spirit Kingdoms are relative to the kingdom, whether simply just far away or in anoth
The Key That Changed The World
Deeply regret to advise you Titanic sank this morning, the fifteenth, after a collision with an iceberg resulting in serious loss of life. Further particulars later.
At 2:20 AM Atlantic Standard Time on the morning of April 15, 1912, the largest and most luxurious man-made object that had ever been moved, the Royal Mail Steamer (RMS) Titanic, disappeared beneath the calm waters of the North Atlantic about 370 miles or 600 kilometers south-southeast of the coast of Newfoundland, leaving behind her the majority of 2,208 living, breathing human beings-- people with families, dreams, hopes, ambitions, and plans-- struggling to stay afloat in the frigid ocean water. Among them were the world's richest and most famous and influential individuals, who
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