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Sparklers Posts by JMKhungergamesfan

A Head's Up for the OT

By: JMKhungergamesfanNovember 5, 2013

Hello everyone,

So . . . I'm sort-of-not-exactly-but-kind-of taking a hiatus from the OT and my blog. Between here and Tumblr, I'm getting very little sleep, and I'm starting to feel the consequences. I'm tired all the time. I'm impatient. I'm easily pissed off. I'm not

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To Our Dearest Sparkitors

By: JMKhungergamesfanOctober 13, 2013

Our dearest Sparkitors, Sploggers, and Sparklife tech gurus (Sparktechs?), 

The recent site formatting changes, as well as changes in article content, have brought about positive aspects as well as negative ones. Let it be known that you are all loved, respected, and appreciated. However, these recent

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Compliments for Soccer

By: JMKhungergamesfanSeptember 2, 2013
From JMKhungergamesfan: Explanation of This and the “Labor Day Party”

Hello Soccer! When we the Sparklers and Manklers of the Open Thread realized we had become so consumed with SOPA

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Stop SOPA

By: JMKhungergamesfanAugust 24, 2013

SOPA, or Stop Online Piracy Act, is a United States bill that, if legalized, would censor information on the internet. The citizens of the United States were able to prevent SOPA from being passed last year, but the bill is back. This time, SOPA would

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Observation and Society

By: JMKhungergamesfanAugust 5, 2013

Author's  note: This is really just the result of me thinking too much. I just needde to share it with someone. Other than running it through spell check, I really havn't proof read it. It's long and trambling but it's mine.I made an image but it

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The Twelve Doctor: A Discussion Post

By: JMKhungergamesfanAugust 4, 2013

In a few minutes, the live special reveling who plays Twelve will come on. Because some people don't want to be spoiled, I've made his post so we can freely discuss it here. Go nuts below.

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Fitch the Homeless

By: JMKhungergamesfanAugust 2, 2013

Abercrombie & Fitch is an American clothing store that refuses to produce large and extra-large clothing for women, and they also burn damaged clothing instead of donating it to those in need. Outraged, a man by the name of Greg Karber bought A&F clothing from

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