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Little White Lies

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Little White Lies

Reduced from $3.99 to $0.99.

When attorney Madalyn Russell dumps her fiancé at the altar, she temporarily escapes the scrutiny of her friends and family on her honeymoon cruise. Too bad she forgot she is assigned to dine at the “newlywed” table on the fully booked cruise. Goodbye exquisite cuisine, hello standard buffet fare. Nothing will tempt her to enter that lion’s den. Or so she thinks.

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How I Feel At The Moment 

The Tony Burgess Blog

​I love my LGBTQ brothers and sisters. My immigrant brothers and sisters. I love my neighbor on the fringes. I love people who are seeking life, liberty and happiness on their own terms. I also love my non-Christian brothers and sisters. I don’t love my country at the moment. Not sorry for that one bit. I still have the right to say that. If you want to unfriended me that’s fine. I thought America was better than this.

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My Diary: Sentences Pressed Out Of Flesh

Gerald's Rather Strange Diary

I got up just as the organist in the roof pushed his foot down on the pedals and simultaneously a giant nose pushed through the bespectacled brickwork to make a face.‭ ‬I went downstairs quickly in case it started to sing.‭ ‬June was dressing in the armour of Henry the Eighth and then caught a train of thought to town.‭ ‬I stayed in the station wearing chain mail and eating my breakfast with the distracted air of a mermaid in a net.‭ ‬Outside the bare torso of countryside moved and ordered another drink‭; ‬the barman threw words like felt hats,‭ ‬one landing on my head moments after I had been cast away on an island in the middle of my tea cup.‭ ‬June returned home as the sound of the anatomical conversation subsided.‭ ‬I laid down as my shadow stood up.

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Pit Stop

Through Open Lens


F/10.0, 1/400, ISO 250.


A boy and his father were playing catch in the front yard when the
boy saw a honey bee. He ran over and stomped it.

“That was a honey bee,” his father said,”one of our friends, and for
stomping him you will do without honey for a week.”

Later the boy saw a butterfly so he ran over and stomped it.
“That was a butterfly,” his father said, “one of our friends, and for
stomping him you will do without butter for a week.”

The next morning the family had sat down for breakfast. The boy ate
his plain toast (no honey and butter.)

Suddenly a cockroach ran from under the stove. His mother stomped it.
The boy looked at his father and said, “Are you going to tell her or
should I?

Interesting Fact:  Butterflies are insects in the clade Rhopalocera from the

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