Sister Judith awakens to find herself alone, again. The girl is gone. Leaving behind an imprinter and a note on the kitchen table. Sister Judith’s eyes fluorescence blue, momentarily. There is no recall of the girl. The girl is gone, free of her subjugation, and thus cannot be remoted.… Read Full Article
Sam watches the security footage intently. There are numerous people in the room, including the hotel manager. Xi has made good on his promise. All is as she demanded. Although the Hilton family controls Hilton Inc., the mainland Chinese government owns 25% of Hilton and 100% of this hotel.… Read Full Article
In May, a large wolf-like creature was shot by a rancher in Montana, and its identity puzzled local experts and social media users around the nation. Was it a wolf? An unusual bear? Some even started speculating about Bigfoot or a real-life dire wolf from “Game of Thrones.” A DNA test was ordered up to determine the animal’s true identity — and the results may be a disappointment for Bigfoot-hunters.… Read Full Article
A hot pot restaurant in China had to close after going nearly $80,000 into debt two weeks into a monthlong all-you-can eat promotion.
Jiamener, the restaurant in Chengdu, Sichuan province, was forced to close its doors last week, just seven months after opening, due to the failed campaign, the South China Morning Post reports.… Read Full Article
“The ultimate in art is self-expression, not escape.”-Duke Ellington
The World of Duke Ellington is a fascinating portrait of one of America’s greatest musical legends, longtime friend and jazz historian Stanley Dance recounts the life of the incomparable Duke Ellington in his own words and in the words of the artists who played along with him: longtime co-composer Billy Strayhorn, saxophonists Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster, trumpeters Cootie Williams and Clark Terry, drummer Sonny Greer, vocalist Alice Babs, and organist Wild Bill Davis, among many others.… Read Full Article