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deez- commentar65 By Michael House
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Howard's carpet before my 16th birthday was a great place to save money. But I blew it instead. I bought a $200 remote control car for instance. Something my neighbor, Jack, fell on as I ran over his... More > feet with it. He ruined it! That was my loss. But Jack later robbed Pat's convenience store. It got him a decade in jail. He got fat. I picked on him for that. I just heard I am going to start doing my laundry. Mom is talking about her love for “Breaking Amish.” There was some abuse where a guy went to jail for it. Mom just left for work. Tomorrow, the big boss is coming. I said seduce him. Mom said yeah right. She was talking yesterday about throwing all my coffee stained shirts to cut down on her laundry load. This morning, I said cutting down on my shirts won't stop me from putting on clothes. She agreed. Then she said she was going to train me how to do laundry. I said I did laundry when Lisa left me & Todd. She said separate colors then drop a pods in. I said I did laundry when Lisa left me & Todd. She then< Less
The Lost By Shelby Peace
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I knew exactly where I was going. I had visited there many times,every day since the death of my son. It was the place I referred to as the high point; the cliff at the very outskirts of the town.... More > It was raining out, the only way I really noticed that was because the rain was making my dress heavy against my skin. I liked the extra weight, the extra struggle. It would be how I knew that it was over, when I no longer felt the burden. I liked the feel of the cold bullets beating their way against my skin. I liked the way it made me shiver and the hair raise on my skin. It left me with an eerie feeling that I could only embrace with open arms and welcome. This was it. This was where I belonged. This was what I wanted. I ignored the sharp pains on my feet from the rocks. I could distinguish the warm blood from the cold puddles of stagnant water below my feet. I did not stop when my feet reached the last inches of cliff, and before I knew it I was flying.< Less
The Lost By Shelby Peace
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I knew exactly where I was going. I had visited there many times,every day since the death of my son. It was the place I referred to as the high point; the cliff at the very outskirts of the town.... More > It was raining out, the only way I really noticed that was because the rain was making my dress heavy against my skin. I liked the extra weight, the extra struggle. It would be how I knew that it was over, when I no longer felt the burden. I liked the feel of the cold bullets beating their way against my skin. I liked the way it made me shiver and the hair raise on my skin. It left me with an eerie feeling that I could only embrace with open arms and welcome. This was it. This was where I belonged. This was what I wanted. I ignored the sharp pains on my feet from the rocks. I could distinguish the warm blood from the cold puddles of stagnant water below my feet. I did not stop when my feet reached the last inches of cliff, and before I knew it I was flying.< Less
The Book of Levi By Nathan Birr
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I don’t know where I’m going. I only know I felt a call. A duty. A resolution of course. The world has changed since I started out. I can’t even remember how long it’s been,... More > or sometimes, what it was like before I did. Or before It happened. All I know is what I see around me all the time, everywhere, constantly. The Noise. It started too long ago to remember and too innocently to even trigger an alarm. I suppose that’s how all the great disasters begin. Innocuously. It was never intended to be a movement of evil. I don’t know if I can stop it. I don’t know if I can do anything. But that knot in my stomach, it tells me there is purpose in my journey. I don’t know what that purpose may or may not be. I guess when the journey ends, I’ll know. But for now, I walk on—alone—in faith.< Less
A Completely Unauthorized Instafreebie Guidebook By Dr. Robert C. Worstell
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A writer doesn't have a business without a list. And geting subscribers costs a lot of time and money. Except on Instafreebie. This book exists because there are no real books in Instafreebie, or... More > even simple lists of best practices. So I started keeping track of what I did that worked for me, and how I figured things out. And what my answers from Instafreebie support were to the problems I'd run into. All of the stuff that worked, I blogged. And when I started running out of questions, I knew it was time to get this out to my fellow authors. Warts and all. After finding or working out 52 tips, tricks, strategies, and workarounds. I went from 1 subscriber to over 130 in two weeks. 4 months later, I'm over 1200. And I didn't have to take out a single Facebook or Amazon ad. Not one. This book takes you from the point where you've signed up and found something you can share for free on Instafreebie. The point where you say to yourself, "Now, what?" Get Your Copy Now.< Less
The Power of Words By Elizabeth Gaiduschek Marx
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When one starts to analyze words and the effect it has on humans, one realizes that words carry with them great power, the power to build, or the power to destroy… William Shakespeare... More > realized the power of words, hence the saying “the pen is mightier than the sword”, and did he have a way with words!! In this book, I am going to analyze just how much influence words has on our lives, and how the correct usage of words can create better opportunities for one in a life where words matter.< Less
The Power of Words By Elizabeth Gaiduschek Marx
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When one starts to analyze words and the effect it has on humans, one realizes that words carry with them great power, the power to build, or the power to destroy… William Shakespeare... More > realized the power of words, hence the saying “the pen is mightier than the sword”, and did he have a way with words!! In this book, I am going to analyze just how much influence words has on our lives, and how the correct usage of words can create better opportunities for one in a life where words matter.< Less
Professor Kelli's Guide to Finding a Husband By Kelli Miller, M.S.W.
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I know what you’re thinking. You hate me. You got a glimpse of my ring and you’re pissed. I know your kind because I was once your kind. Every time I saw a happy couple I could feel last... More > night’s dinner coming up. When I saw wedding magazines I wanted to take a blowtorch to each one of them. Engagement rings? The only way you could talk to me about “karats” was if you were going to feed one to your pet rabbit. Yes, I was sick. Sick of set-ups, match-ups, and break-ups. I’d been on blind dates and I’ve been on dates where I wish I were blind. But I finally did find Mr. Right. And I’m going to show you how. Through humor, empowerment, and basic common sense clinical social worker "Professor Kelli" instills confidence in women, makes them laugh at their situation (or the men they’ve dated), and teaches them the process of letting go and staying present. Sure, it's about finding a husband but it's more about finding you first.< Less
Professor Kelli's Guide to Finding a Husband By Kelli Miller, M.S.W.
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I know what you’re thinking. You hate me. You got a glimpse of my ring and you’re pissed. I know your kind because I was once your kind. Every time I saw a happy couple I could feel last... More > night’s dinner coming up. When I saw wedding magazines I wanted to take a blowtorch to each one of them. Engagement rings? The only way you could talk to me about “karats” was if you were going to feed one to your pet rabbit. Yes, I was sick. Sick of set-ups, match-ups, and break-ups. I’d been on blind dates and I’ve been on dates where I wish I were blind. But I finally did find Mr. Right. And I’m going to show you how. Through humor, empowerment, and basic common sense clinical social worker "Professor Kelli" instills confidence in women, makes them laugh at their situation (or the men they’ve dated), and teaches them the process of letting go and staying present. Sure, it's about finding a husband but it's more about finding you first.< Less
You Are My Boro: The Unlikely Adventures of a Small Town in Europe By Christopher Combe
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No-one chooses to support the Boro; you are born to it. I chose, and I couldn’t have chosen a better time to follow Middlesbrough Football Club, just as they struck out with new ambition,... More > signing glamorous players and moving to a new stadium. There was no way I could know where this journey was going to take us. But take us it did, and we were swept along on a ride like no other, down a path that was never straight or smooth, to places we would never have dreamt of. Not many people dream about places like Cardiff and Eindhoven, to be fair. This is the story of Boro’s Golden Decade and a bit, from the emotional goodbye at Ayresome Park, through the cup finals and relegation fights, to the unlikely adventures of a Small Town in Europe that would take us to places no Boro fan had gone before…< Less

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