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“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” Sun Tzu
It isn't till you face the fear of death that you begin to see life clearly. Perhaps it's the survival instinct
He sat on the end of the pier. An old man now, he wore a long gabardine overcoat and a red scarf to keep the wind at bay.
Vietnam 1966 Darkness enveloped them as they entered the jungle.
The young Australian skimmed his Typhoon fighter-bomber over the forest top, 350 miles per hour, ten feet off the trees.
This floral pattern wallpaper is a cliché and a tatty one at that, thought Geoff.
I reach the top of the stairs and almost slip on the landing at the sight of the psychic. She is wearing a moo-moo and a...
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