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The Brokenverse, Part V: Cuimhne (10)

By: Phantom__Of__The__OT__July 12, 2017

(Warning for moderate violence, mentions of violence, major contemplation of death/suicide ideation, slight self harm. All fandom references belong to their respective owners. NOTE: V will be in more than two halves, due to SL post length restrictions.)

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Katarina sat on the side of the railroad

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The Brokenverse, Part V: Cuimhne (9)

By: Phantom__Of__The__OT__July 12, 2017

(Warning for moderate violence, mentions of violence. All fandom references belong to their respective owners. NOTE: V will be in more than two halves, due to SL post length restrictions.)

 Katarina stood outside the front doors of the Box, feeling a mix of furious and stupid.

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SparkLife Posts That Will Brighten Your Day

By: AutumnMooncakesJuly 2, 2017

Skills You Should Be Able to Put On a Resumé

http://community.sparknotes.com/2013/09/18/9-skills-you-should-be-able-to-put-on-a-resume

I’m sure employers are tired of seeing the same attributes over and over, right?

 

Answers to Give When You Don’t Know the Answer

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How to Write an Excellent Essay

By: CreatePaperJune 29, 2017

Prior to essay authoring professional services grew to become really popular along with online users, scholars were actually required to invest many hours inside library or at their desktop, attempting to carry out some troublesome college or university publishing project. Composing a good academic paper

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Dumb Excuses For Not Doing Your Homework

By: AutumnMooncakesJune 25, 2017

Because “My dog ate my homework” has gotten old.

 

“My dog pressed delete.”

 

“Aliens took my homework.”

 

“Some Weeping Angels appeared while I was doing my homework, my homework blinked, and they sent it back to the Great Depression.”

 

“It vaporized overnight.”

 

“A superhero fighting a supervillain crashed into

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Blogging the Invisible Man: Part 4 (Chapters XXVI-XXIX)

By: jedialonzaJune 21, 2017

WE LAST LEFT OFF with Griffin inching to the more villainous side of megalomania, with some extra "sympathetic" backstory sprinkles. Griffin is super-invested in telling his story, while good ol' Doctor Kemp is getting a bit antsy. What's eating him...?

Now that Griffin found Kemp, he

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Famous Females-Part 3: Helen Keller

By: LedaMeiJune 21, 2017

Helen Keller

Apart from being, the first ever blind and deaf person to earn a college degree (She graduated from Radcliffe College, with honours, in 1904), Helen Keller was an author, political activist and lecturer!

Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama.

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