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Advanced Dr. Strange No. 2:Advanced Dr. Strange No. 2: The Coming of Kaluu.Advanced Dr. Strange No. 2: by scholarwarrior-lad
[Narration box]: Reality as most of us know it is not the full and true reality. It is but a sliver of full on actual reality. What sets our reality true and distinct for us does not necessarily all hold true in other such planes [Show Shuma-Gorath's eye squinting]. Yet, these different realities do interact in ways that are complex. They also influence one another in ways that for the most part it would be better not to trouble yourself with. Those who did trouble themselves with it were regarded by a fearful outside as shamans, wizards, witches and sorcerers. Anytime you had whole societies that embraced this occult knowledge their own disaster usually loomed... entire "lost civilizations" have been born and died several times over yet have faded to obscurity from most history books. All that remains of those forgotten ages are a few intensely troubling occult artifacts. Talismans and o
Check Your U.S.-Franco History, Mr. PresidentAfter a three-day U.S. visit that brought him to Washington, Monticello, Va., and Northern California, Francois Hollande has returned to Paris, presumably to address his connubial issues, along with pressing matters of state.Check Your U.S.-Franco History, Mr. President by PoliticalDebateClub
He seems a decent fellow, so I wish him well. But it’s a shame that during his American sojourn, the French president succumbed to his host’s habit of gratuitously patting oneself on the back. A propensity for self-congratulation is perhaps Barack Obama’s least appealing trait, especially when it is undeserved, and at others’ expense.
In this case, Obama roped his guest into the exercise, too, with the designated foils being Hollande’s predecessors in office—and Obama’s. And so, before the French leader had even alighted at Joint Base Andrews on Monday, there was an op-ed in The Washington Post under both leaders’ bylines crowing about their mutual cooperation on a variety of global issues, prefaced with a self-servi
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Time to do my parents, and my many mentors and the tutors I've had over the years proud. It is my duty to become as well educated as I can to in my own small silly part steward this ungrateful community as a way to give back by being an upright citizen with a profession and accomplishments, yes?
That is what keeps me going no matter what. The belief that I need to make the investments other people made in me worthwhile and not a waste of money and time."