(Continued from Part V) Contrary to the confident assertions of ignorant men deep in their dregs, the skull plate is not the only place dragons are vulnerable. While the overlapping scales of
(Continued from Part IV) A shadow, like that of an enormous bat, crossed the knee high grass in front of him. Somehow Cutter knew it was Moira even before he looked up.
Editor’s note: The following comprises the seventh chapter of Seven Roman Statesmen of the Later Republic, by Sir Charles Oman (published 1902). VII. Cato Among all the statesmen with whom we have
(Continued from Part III) In his fifty years, Cutter had never ventured this far into the slough. The reason behind that fact had nothing to do with fear, but with necessity. He
First, I hate click bait articles like this. Barr didn’t say “encryption creates security risk,” but rather he’s repeating what the FBI director said last year: “The Federal Bureau of Investigation is
Editor’s note: The following is extracted from The Village Tragedy and Other Sermons, by Rev. Clovis G. Chappell, D.D. (published 1921). Luke 23:42 You will find the text of the evening in
Give praise and glory unto God, The Father of all blessing; His mighty wonders tell abroad, His graciousness confessing. With balm my inmost heart He fills, His comfort all my anguish stills.
Editor’s Note: We were recently contacted by the folks at Sorry Chicken, after they read one of our earlier posts. They offered us the opportunity to run one of their pieces, which
(Continued from Part II) “One day, after unsuccessfully calling my sons for dinner, I went to barn to look for them. What I found was a study in horror: Moira’s cage was