The Bottom of the Ninth

Reading Time: 11 minutesThe Bottom of the Ninth By Shannon Higdon “Welcome back to the bottom of the ninth inning ladies and gentlemen and it appears that we have yet to receive an update on the injury to the twenty-year veteran, Bryce Harper, who was hit by that devastating fastball to start the inning and had to be carried off…

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Chatroom A

Reading Time: 6 minutesIt was the summer of 2019, the 16 year old Thomas Mitchell and his family went on a trip to their cabin in the Stillwater State Forest of Montana. He had two younger brothers, Felix, who was 10 and Michael who had just turned 14. They usually spend their time hiking and visiting nearby places during the…

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The Brain’s Genocide

Reading Time: 6 minutesIt’s been nearly SIX YEARS since my internship at Warner Brothers! How time flies, right? Well, most of my memories are positive. I had a great time, learned a lot, made some awesome friends, and gained invaluable experience that still helps me today. There were a couple of unpleasant incidents however, but I figure every job’s like…

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Times of Departure

Reading Time: 5 minutes Times of Departure By John Clewarth   When Ida Renton had first read Public Information Leaflet Number 3, in the month of July 1939, she had had no conception of the events that would befall her later that year. Evacuation: Why and How? Indeed, it was true that the Lord Privy Seal’s Office, when producing the…

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White Room

Reading Time: 7 minutes The subjects awoke in what looked to be a huge room With large mirrors on the walls above. The concrete walls and floor were painted white, very recently too As some parts were still drying. All three were dressed in white Jumpsuits. The man stood up holding his head like he had a hangover and then…

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