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Scars - Chapter 2DISCLAIMER: MY IDEA FOR THIS CAME FROM DESTINYBLUE'S "If tears left scars...". Just saying.Scars - Chapter 2 by ~HarmoniaMurasaki
The school day went by too quickly for my liking, and before I knew it, I was in my last class of the day. It's one of my favorite classes: English with Ms. Reid. I share this period with Lucy, Dan, and Nate (and thankfully, Ms. Reid let us choose our seats at the beginning of the year). I sit in the second row from the left, third seat from the front with Nate on my right, Dan in front of me, and Lucy in front of Nate. It's a nice arrangement.
"Alright, class, let's take out our books," Ms. Reid said in her usual energetic tone. We're reading the stories of King Oedipus, and we were finishing Antigone.
"So, did you do the reading?" Dan whispered to Lucy. "I was messaging Zach and got distracted..." She giggled.
Zach is the guy Dan has a crush on. They're the same height, but Zach has lighter brown hair styled kinda short and spiked up. He has chocolate brown eyes (whi
Russian RouletteThey take her on her honeymoon.Russian Roulette by ~Treo-LeGigeo
The wedding was lovely, or as lovely as it could have been with a couple that were more polite acquaintances than anything else and two sets of in-laws as stuffy as a dusty pile of money. They grab her when she sneaks out for a walk one night, two men, beefy, not even bothered to arm themselves. Her last thought before the bag is shoved over her eyes is to wonder how much this would ruin her parents' plans.
She comes to in a small brick room on a sallow mattress, windowless and lit by a cool yellow lamp. There's a man there, standing just outside the barred door.
"Kelly Shale," he says, voice nasally, greasy greying hair half-covering his forehead. She's not sure if it's a question or a statement.
She counts the days by watching the guardsone on day shift, one on night. They're probably the same men who took her, but they stay too much out of her field of vision to really tell. It takes until the third day for the woman to come.
'Meil,' they call h
The Origin of the InternetThis is the story of Compudites and Internedes great gods of knowledge and communication. It is a story of their love for each other. It is a story of their betrayal at the hands of Hermes the messenger. It is a story of Internedes' destruction at the hands of Zeus. And it is a story of how, with the help of Athena, Compudites was able to be together with Internedes once more. It is the story of how and why humanity got one of the greatest resources ever known the internet.The Origin of the Internet by =wondering-souls
Compudites was a kind and gentle god, frail and limited in power, but boundless in intellect a patron of sciences, mathematics, and technology. He was the guiding hand behind many of humanity's technological breakthroughs throughout the millennia. But just as technology and discoveries in the maths and sciences depend on others to spread them, Compudites was forever dependent on others to spread his knowledge. Hermes the messenger was one, swift like the wind, he helped carry messages between th