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Other Side Of The Wall: *comfy bed right on the other side of the wall*
Other Side Of The Wall: *comfy bed right on the other side of the wall*

*comfy bed right on the other side of the wall*

Other Side Of The Wall: Smol kitty has been reunited with momma cat on the other side of the wall
Other Side Of The Wall: Smol kitty has been reunited with momma cat on the other side of the wall

Smol kitty has been reunited with momma cat on the other side of the wall

Other Side Of The Wall: This might be more obvious than I thought, but I thought it was a clever detail in Paddington that on the other side of the wall, you could see the backside of the taxidermy animals.
Other Side Of The Wall: This might be more obvious than I thought, but I thought it was a clever detail in Paddington that on the other side of the wall, you could see the backside of the taxidermy animals.

This might be more obvious than I thought, but I thought it was a clever detail in Paddington that on the other side of the wall, you cou...

Other Side Of The Wall: "Do you regret it?" Jon asked Dany right after they left the gate of Castle Black. They were headed towards their new life with the freefolk. At King's Landing Jon convinced he... they have to leave. If they want to live... they have to fake her death and disappear. Leave everything behind. This is their only chance. "No." She shook her head and he placed his arms more around her waist while they were riding.. "Are you sure?" Jon asked again. Dany raised her eyes to him and frowned. "I know you fought for that throne in all your life. I.. had no "Thank you," Dany whispered. Jon wondered what she meant. He did not really understand. "Without you, I would be dead already. After what I did." She lowered her head. "I am not that person... ..." a tear fell from her eyes. Jon squeezed her to himself. "I know you are not. But that is the past. Everything that we did on the other side of the wall is just the past. And we have to forget it. We have to move on." Jon told her and he felt how she snuggled closer to him. right to ask you to leave but..." "We can't leave everything behind that we did there." She smiled a bit and placed her palm to her belly. Jon followed her moves and grabbed her hand. "True." He whispered and gave a kiss to her cheek. "We'll stay here and we'll raise our child here. Together. Only that matters. Our family." "And here... we could stay 1000 years... No one would find us." Dany remembered back the words she said to him at the Waterfalls. She meant it. And nothing else mattered anymore. Just Jon... and his love for her. And their child We can stay a thousand years....... This goes with my previous post
Other Side Of The Wall: "Do you regret it?" Jon asked Dany right after they left the gate of
 Castle Black. They were headed towards their new life with the freefolk. At King's Landing
 Jon convinced he... they have to leave. If they want to live... they have to fake her death
 and disappear. Leave everything behind. This is their only chance.
 "No." She shook her head and he placed his arms more around her waist while they were
 riding..
 "Are you sure?" Jon asked again. Dany raised her eyes to him and frowned. "I know you
 fought for that throne in all your life. I.. had no
 "Thank you," Dany whispered. Jon wondered what she meant. He did not really
 understand. "Without you, I would be dead already. After what I did." She lowered her
 head. "I am not that person... ..." a tear fell from her eyes. Jon squeezed her to himself. "I
 know you are not. But that is the past. Everything that we did on the other side of the wall
 is just the past. And we have to forget it. We have to move on." Jon told her and he felt
 how she snuggled closer to him.
 right to ask you to leave but..."
 "We can't leave everything behind that we did there." She smiled a bit and placed her
 palm to her belly. Jon followed her moves and grabbed her hand. "True." He whispered
 and gave a kiss to her cheek. "We'll stay here and we'll raise our child here. Together. Only
 that matters. Our family."
 "And here... we could stay 1000 years... No one would find us." Dany remembered back
 the words she said to him at the Waterfalls. She meant it. And nothing else mattered
 anymore. Just Jon... and his love for her. And their child
We can stay a thousand years....... This goes with my previous post

We can stay a thousand years....... This goes with my previous post

Other Side Of The Wall: the network Lesley (not Lesley's guest) Password is solaxetucson Parking Please park in the driveway,it's all yours Shoos Please wipe your feet on the doormat r Tucson is very dusty Security Please be careful not to let the dogs out of the front door. My dogs are well trained You can ignore and say OFF if they are in your way Please don't pet them until they sit. They know the rules Please close the window in the bedroom when going out. I leave it open a crack in the summor for the evaporative cooler to work better I am only using the top lock on the security door which is the one I will If I am asleep when you are leaving PLEASE wake me so I can lock the door behind you If I am not here then please lock the bottom lock on the screen door from the inside before you leave. Thank you give you a key for When you leave, please lock it from the outside Bedroom There are two three-hole outlets behind the head of the bed where the lamp is plugged in Under the desk by the window there are two-hole outlets with 3 hole adaptors The desk part of the shelves by the window will come off if you try to move the desk, so please don't. The TV in the bedroom only gets antennae TV It's got PBS and some okay programs Bathroom There are spare rolls of toilet paper in the drawer of the dresser in the bathroom. Please hold the handle down on the toilet until it is fully It's a low flow toilet in an old house. Please close the toilet seat before you flush and leave the bathroom door open when you are done The bathroom door doesn't lock anymore. I've replaced it once and am looking for a Ittle thing hook thing for it. There is a blue rubber shower mat on the wall in the shower. Please use that so you don't slip. When you are finished just stick it back on the wall and give it a rinse with the shower head before you rinse the bathtub. Please leave all drains with the plugs in. This is to keep the cockroaches in the sewer where they belong I bug spray with an organic essential oil mixture and regularly chuck stuff down all the drains but it helps to keep the drains plugged You will find hand towels, 'hair towels and bath towels rolled up on the shelves in the room. Please use the blue hand towel in the bathroonm and not mine. Thanks. Let me know if you need the hairdryer, iron, steamer or anything else. You are welcome to use all the soaps, i have a water saver shower head would really appreciate it if you use it by turning the water off when it's not needed. So would my water bill and the poor desert. It's the small button thing right on the shower head You just press it open or closed. When you are finished please leave it open and make sure the shower thing between the faucets is down too Kitchen Please keep the filter things in the plug holes Recycling is in the brown paper bag next to the trash There is cold, filtered water in the fridge Please help yourself. There are various teas in the kitchen to the right of the stove in old cans Please help yourself. Let me know if you want coffee You have to put the kitchen light on to use the microwave witch is the one next to the big window with plants. I press clear and then the amount of time fashioned tea . Kitchen light Cutery is in the top drawer under the big window with the plante Cooking things are in the brown jug next to the microwave bowls are in the top cupboard to the right of the microwave Plates Laundry You are welcome to use my washing machine but not on between 3pm & 7pm in the summer. I have it set up so the water weekdays waters the garden All I ask is that you make sure the hose doestn a kink in t and the water is coming out of the hose. The barrel hose are outside on the other side of the wall from the washing There really is no need to use the dryer in the summer untess you a compelling reason Things actually dry faster in the sunshine on ine in the back yard i and tne An Airbnb rule list that needs to be shared. Enjoy this.
Other Side Of The Wall: the network Lesley (not Lesley's guest) Password is solaxetucson
 Parking
 Please park in the driveway,it's all yours
 Shoos
 Please wipe your feet on the doormat
 r Tucson is very dusty
 Security
 Please be careful not to let the dogs out of the front door. My dogs are
 well trained You can ignore and say OFF if they are in your way Please
 don't pet them until they sit. They know the rules Please close the
 window in the bedroom when going out. I leave it open a crack in the
 summor for the evaporative cooler to work better
 I am only using the top lock on the security door which is the one I will
 If I am asleep when you are leaving PLEASE wake me so I can lock the
 door behind you If I am not here then please lock the bottom lock on the
 screen door from the inside before you leave. Thank you
 give
 you a key for When you leave, please lock it from the outside
 Bedroom
 There are two three-hole outlets behind the head of the bed where the
 lamp is plugged in Under the desk by the window there are two-hole
 outlets with 3 hole adaptors
 The desk part of the shelves by the window will come off if you try to
 move the desk, so please don't. The TV in the bedroom only gets
 antennae TV It's got PBS and some okay programs
 Bathroom
 There are spare rolls of toilet paper in the drawer of the dresser in the
 bathroom. Please hold the handle down on the toilet until it is fully
 It's a low flow toilet in an old house. Please close the toilet seat
 before you flush and leave the bathroom door open when you are done
 The bathroom door doesn't lock anymore. I've replaced it once and am
 looking for a Ittle thing hook thing for it.
 There is a blue rubber shower mat on the wall in the shower. Please use
 that so you don't slip. When you are finished just stick it back on the wall
 and give it a rinse with the shower head before you rinse the bathtub.
 Please leave all drains with the plugs in. This is to keep the cockroaches
 in the sewer where they belong I bug spray with an organic essential oil
 mixture and regularly chuck stuff down all the drains but it helps to keep
 the drains plugged
 You will find hand towels, 'hair towels and bath towels rolled up on the
 shelves in the room. Please use the blue hand towel in the bathroonm
 and not mine. Thanks. Let me know if you need the hairdryer, iron,
 steamer or anything else. You are welcome to use all the soaps,
 i have a water saver shower head would really appreciate it if you use
 it by turning the water off when it's not needed. So would my water bill
 and the poor desert. It's the small button thing right on the shower head
 You just press it open or closed. When you are finished please leave it
 open and make sure the shower thing between the faucets is down too
 Kitchen
 Please keep the filter things in the plug holes Recycling is in the brown
 paper bag next to the trash
 There is cold, filtered water in the fridge Please help yourself. There are
 various teas in the kitchen to the right of the stove in old
 cans Please help yourself. Let me know if you want coffee
 You have to put the kitchen light on to use the microwave
 witch is the one next to the big window with plants. I press clear and
 then the amount of time
 fashioned tea
 . Kitchen light
 Cutery is in the top drawer under the big window with the plante
 Cooking things are in the brown jug next to the microwave
 bowls are in the top cupboard to the right of the microwave
 Plates
 Laundry
 You are welcome to use my washing machine but not on
 between 3pm & 7pm in the summer. I have it set up so the water
 weekdays
 waters the garden All I ask is that you make sure the hose doestn
 a kink in t and the water is coming out of the hose. The barrel
 hose are outside on the other side of the wall from the washing
 There really is no need to use the dryer in the summer untess you
 a compelling reason Things actually dry faster in the sunshine on
 ine in the back yard
 i
 and tne
An Airbnb rule list that needs to be shared. Enjoy this.

An Airbnb rule list that needs to be shared. Enjoy this.

Other Side Of The Wall: The other side of the wall. Me in front of the Brandenburg Gate seen from the East. Pentacos 1989.
Other Side Of The Wall: The other side of the wall. Me in front of the Brandenburg Gate seen from the East. Pentacos 1989.

The other side of the wall. Me in front of the Brandenburg Gate seen from the East. Pentacos 1989.

Other Side Of The Wall: most illegal immigrants here are from over stayed visas. the wall would hurt the environment and wildlife. If the wall intrudes into the Rio Grande floodplain, communities and habitats on both sides of the river would be at risk of flooding. The wall would have to be built far away from the river leaving US land and residents on the other side of the wall h Like Reply Ithought they had changed the positioning of the wall the ensure none of that happened? That was the plan. h Like Reply WI 6 ways the border wall could disrupt the en... nationalgeographic.com h Like Reply It's called we can move the endangered animals to safe habitats, bc you can't act like people aren't killing them anyways h Like Reply You keep justifying wrongs with other wrongs. We should strive to be better. This is not our world to destroy. How many animals have went extinct because of humans? How many ecosystems have been ruined? h Like Reply There are things that can be done to ensure stuff like this is S0 acting like he just gonna kill animals. WE BUILD SHIT EVERYDAY, destroying animals homes and things like that. I'm not justifying it with wrongs, it's called alternate solutions. And that's my point, I have already said that we humans have done it thus far, just said the animals could be moved bc PEOPLE TRY TO HHNT AND KILL THEM WHERE THEY ARE 59m Like Reply Say we strip these animals from their homes....Where are we moving these animals to? 58m Like Reply WILDLIFE PLANTATIONS AND PLACES LIKE THAT, those exsist you know. People save animals and take them to places to ensure they are safe EVERYDAY. We can protect these animal and make sure they are safe so what's the issue with that when people try to capture and kill these animals all the time, so if we built the wall and moved them, they would be safe so how is that wrong? So it's okay to destroy animals homes for malls and stores but not a wall to protect the country? To build hotels and things like that, we have done it and it's sad, but it's no different than what is already happening, wall or no wall 55m Like Reply And there is no true data to prove these natural disasters wil actually happen for 100% if the wall is built so why keep bring that up? We've had natural disasters before a wall and survived. 49m Like Reply how is there no data? 1m Like Reply it doesn't say for a fact that rio will flood, bc no one has a way of knowing. It's a calculated opinion. Just bc you build something doesn't mean all the stuff that could happen will happen, it's just 22m Like Reply wire mesh caused flooding in Arizona... 10m Like Reply But yeah let's just dismiss science What has it ever done for us? 8m Like Reply It's not science, it's up to God. 8m Like Reply 3m Like Reply Well on that note it's time for me 2m Like Reply
Other Side Of The Wall: most illegal immigrants
 here are from over stayed visas.
 the wall would hurt the
 environment and wildlife. If the
 wall intrudes into the Rio Grande
 floodplain, communities and
 habitats on both sides of the river
 would be at risk of flooding. The
 wall would have to be built far
 away from the river leaving US
 land and residents on the other
 side of the wall
 h Like Reply
 Ithought they had
 changed the positioning of the
 wall the ensure none of that
 happened? That was the plan.
 h Like Reply
 WI
 6 ways the border wall
 could disrupt the en...
 nationalgeographic.com
 h Like Reply
 It's called we can move the
 endangered animals to safe
 habitats, bc you can't act like
 people aren't killing them anyways
 h Like Reply
 You keep justifying wrongs with
 other wrongs. We should strive to
 be better. This is not our world to
 destroy. How many animals have
 went extinct because of humans?
 How many ecosystems have been
 ruined?
 h Like Reply
 There are things that can be done
 to ensure stuff like this is
 S0
 acting like he just gonna kill
 animals. WE BUILD SHIT
 EVERYDAY, destroying animals
 homes and things like that.
 I'm not justifying it with wrongs,
 it's called alternate solutions.
 And that's my point, I have already
 said that we humans have done it
 thus far, just said the animals
 could be moved bc PEOPLE TRY
 TO HHNT AND KILL THEM
 WHERE THEY ARE
 59m Like Reply
 Say we strip these animals from
 their homes....Where are we
 moving these animals to?
 58m Like Reply
 WILDLIFE PLANTATIONS AND
 PLACES LIKE THAT, those exsist
 you know. People save animals
 and take them to places to ensure
 they are safe EVERYDAY. We can
 protect these animal and make
 sure they are safe so what's the
 issue with that when people try to
 capture and kill these animals all
 the time, so if we built the wall and
 moved them, they would be safe
 so how is that wrong?
 So it's okay to destroy animals
 homes for malls and stores but
 not a wall to protect the country?
 To build hotels and things like
 that, we have done it and it's sad,
 but it's no different than what is
 already happening, wall or no wall
 55m Like Reply
 And there is no true data to prove
 these natural disasters wil
 actually happen for 100% if the
 wall is built so why keep bring that
 up? We've had natural disasters
 before a wall and survived.
 49m Like Reply
 how is there no data?
 1m Like Reply
 it doesn't say for a fact that rio will
 flood, bc no one has a way of
 knowing. It's a calculated opinion.
 Just bc you build something
 doesn't mean all the stuff that
 could happen will happen, it's just
 22m Like Reply
 wire mesh caused
 flooding in Arizona...
 10m Like Reply
 But yeah let's just dismiss science
 What has it ever done for us?
 8m Like Reply
 It's not science, it's up to God.
 8m Like Reply
 3m Like Reply
 Well on that note it's time for me
 2m Like Reply
Other Side Of The Wall: G: STANDUP9II Hemp and Lime wall.. Renewable and sustainable. 4 hours under a flame at 650C, I 200E It is 2C (35F) on the other side of the wall and without combustion. 100 years of life and compostable. The end of steel and many industries, no wonder it's been suppressed for so long- Do you know who owned all the steel factors? Think about how wealthy you would be if you owned steal back before the industrial revolution ever happened. Not only did this family own steal but they also owned the rail road system back when as well. - This is why i don’t believe in the system. Because the system was created by certain people so that they would remain in power and control all the wealth. And any time something new is invented that can disrupt their wealth they simple take control of it or ban it. It’s very simple but yet we are all distracted by the little they allow us to have that we never rise up and bring fourth a new way of living. - All great leaders before us have tried to bring the people together but it only gets so far because either the people don’t care enough or they get assassinated. I hope one day we can stand up for what’s right and create a more equal, sustainable society. It’s right there in our grasps but yet so far with our current state of mind. - standup911 realrecognizereal bethechange
Other Side Of The Wall: G: STANDUP9II
 Hemp and Lime wall.. Renewable and sustainable.
 4 hours under a flame at 650C, I 200E It is 2C
 (35F) on the other side of the wall and without
 combustion. 100 years of life and compostable.
 The end of steel and many industries, no wonder
 it's been suppressed for so long-
Do you know who owned all the steel factors? Think about how wealthy you would be if you owned steal back before the industrial revolution ever happened. Not only did this family own steal but they also owned the rail road system back when as well. - This is why i don’t believe in the system. Because the system was created by certain people so that they would remain in power and control all the wealth. And any time something new is invented that can disrupt their wealth they simple take control of it or ban it. It’s very simple but yet we are all distracted by the little they allow us to have that we never rise up and bring fourth a new way of living. - All great leaders before us have tried to bring the people together but it only gets so far because either the people don’t care enough or they get assassinated. I hope one day we can stand up for what’s right and create a more equal, sustainable society. It’s right there in our grasps but yet so far with our current state of mind. - standup911 realrecognizereal bethechange

Do you know who owned all the steel factors? Think about how wealthy you would be if you owned steal back before the industrial revolutio...

Other Side Of The Wall: Anonymous |21711233 6 days ago. >be me 12 at the time (late 2008) move from the town l was raised in for the past 12 years to be closer to the rest of my family (nearly a two hour drive from where I grew up) 118.8 kB IPG start having nightmares dream about tentacles coming out from under my bed while im sleeping and pinning me down >don't know what they were planning on doing because they never did anything other than hold me down >most memorable thing isn't the meaty slurping noises they made when they'd were coming up off the floor Sort of like the sound you'd hear if you slapped a wet rag down on a wood table tell my parents about it >they tell me it was just a dream, and that if that actually happened they would know it because our walls were paper thin and you can hear everything happening in the rooms on the other side of the wall they assure me everything's okay and that I'm just adjusting to the move My mom's brother had been hanging around our house pretty often at this point. He's a psychiatrist so I was pretty sure my parents asked him to hang around to see if he could tell if there was anything wrong with me >he and my dad would sit out in the living room to all hours of the night whispering knew they were talking about me probably decided I was just having trouble getting used to my new home >one night I have another dream >I hear the noise the tentacles make when they're coming up from under my bed panic, but realize I'm awake, I can move jump out of my bed and see nothing, no tentacles coming from under my bed still hear the noises they're coming from the room next to mine >my dad's work office I go to the door it's cracked >I push it open >the meaty sound was the noise coming from my dad sucking off my uncle for the past few months and the reason we moved was because they had beer sleeping together since my parents got married
Other Side Of The Wall: Anonymous |21711233
 6 days ago.
 >be me
 12 at the time (late 2008)
 move from the town l was raised in for
 the past 12 years to be closer to the rest
 of my family (nearly a two hour drive
 from where I grew up)
 118.8 kB IPG start having nightmares
 dream about tentacles coming out
 from under my bed while im sleeping
 and pinning me down
 >don't know what they were planning on
 doing because they never did anything
 other than hold me down
 >most memorable thing isn't the meaty
 slurping noises they made when they'd
 were coming up off the floor
 Sort of like the sound you'd hear if you
 slapped a wet rag down on a wood table
 tell my parents about it
 >they tell me it was just a dream, and
 that if that actually happened they
 would know it because our walls were
 paper thin and you can hear everything
 happening in the rooms on the other
 side of the wall
 they assure me everything's okay and
 that I'm just adjusting to the move
 My mom's brother had been hanging
 around our house pretty often at this
 point. He's a psychiatrist so I was pretty
 sure my parents asked him to hang
 around to see if he could tell if there was
 anything wrong with me
 >he and my dad would sit out in the
 living room to all hours of the night
 whispering
 knew they were talking about me
 probably decided I was just having
 trouble getting used to my new home
 >one night I have another dream
 >I hear the noise the tentacles
 make when they're coming up from
 under my bed
 panic, but realize I'm awake, I can move
 jump out of my bed and see nothing,
 no tentacles coming from under my bed
 still hear the noises
 they're coming from the room
 next to mine
 >my dad's work office
 I go to the door
 it's cracked
 >I push it open
 >the meaty sound was the noise coming
 from my dad sucking off my uncle for
 the past few months and the reason
 we moved was because they had beer
 sleeping together since my parents
 got married
Other Side Of The Wall: Gary Knight- April 7, 2003 This photograph was taken moments after this position in the unfinished Baghdad suburb of Dyala came under artillery barrage. I had watched the shells 'walk' in and was lying in a depression in the ground on the other side of the wall on the right as the shells crashed in. It was like an earthquake - so loud and so terrifying waiting for them to hit. I have been shelled in many places over the years and it's the most terrifying thing. I always imagine I can outwit a man who can see me and is trying to kill me with something as small as a bullet, but with artillery, it's all a question of luck. I saw the turret of the APC fly into the air. When the barrage stopped and the violence was broken momentarily by silence, young men started to shout and scream. One Marine lay dead in the dirt and several others were badly wounded. There were many different reactions by the men to the death of their friend which are revealed in this simple photograph. One officer took control, indicating to others to move the body. The Marine on the right bowed his head - he was unable to look. On the left, another stood pigeon-toed, gazing off into the distance while others cleaned up and attended to the wounded. A Marine moved across with his head down as if he didn't want to be seen. Violence in war is like this - men don't respond the way one expects and a wide range of personal and complex emotional responses emerge. In that fragment of time, most had withdrawn into their own intimate space, even though they were part of a whole - a whole that was diminished by the loss of one. The Marines were comfortable that I took this picture, which surprised me at the time. Later, they told me that they were gratified that their experience of this war was being photographed. They said it validated their experience, both for themselves and for those who weren't there to share it with them - outsiders - people who don't know war. The photograph meant it could never be denied. A few weeks ago, I was told that the dead Marine had been killed by friendly fire - U.S. artillery that dropped short. This is what we were told originally. Via @usmc_infantry_pictures
Other Side Of The Wall: Gary Knight- April 7, 2003 This photograph was taken moments after this position in the unfinished Baghdad suburb of Dyala came under artillery barrage. I had watched the shells 'walk' in and was lying in a depression in the ground on the other side of the wall on the right as the shells crashed in. It was like an earthquake - so loud and so terrifying waiting for them to hit. I have been shelled in many places over the years and it's the most terrifying thing. I always imagine I can outwit a man who can see me and is trying to kill me with something as small as a bullet, but with artillery, it's all a question of luck. I saw the turret of the APC fly into the air. When the barrage stopped and the violence was broken momentarily by silence, young men started to shout and scream. One Marine lay dead in the dirt and several others were badly wounded. There were many different reactions by the men to the death of their friend which are revealed in this simple photograph. One officer took control, indicating to others to move the body. The Marine on the right bowed his head - he was unable to look. On the left, another stood pigeon-toed, gazing off into the distance while others cleaned up and attended to the wounded. A Marine moved across with his head down as if he didn't want to be seen. Violence in war is like this - men don't respond the way one expects and a wide range of personal and complex emotional responses emerge. In that fragment of time, most had withdrawn into their own intimate space, even though they were part of a whole - a whole that was diminished by the loss of one. The Marines were comfortable that I took this picture, which surprised me at the time. Later, they told me that they were gratified that their experience of this war was being photographed. They said it validated their experience, both for themselves and for those who weren't there to share it with them - outsiders - people who don't know war. The photograph meant it could never be denied. A few weeks ago, I was told that the dead Marine had been killed by friendly fire - U.S. artillery that dropped short. This is what we were told originally. Via @usmc_infantry_pictures

Gary Knight- April 7, 2003 This photograph was taken moments after this position in the unfinished Baghdad suburb of Dyala came under art...

Other Side Of The Wall: Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 I yelled at a rat the other day, and it made me feel like a being of immense and terrible power. 2 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 Imagine you're a city rat. You're born into a world of giants, maybe 10 times larger than you and a few hundred times as massive. They dwell in enormous caverns, where they control whether or not it's daylight with no regard to the laws of nature. Your kind finds shelter beneath. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 Feeding your family generally means dumpster diving for the giants' refuse, but the most audacious or desperate have been known to steal food from their caverns while they sleep. You've had luck in this cavern before, but all the tunnels in were suddenly blocked off a month ago. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 You're hungry, and all the bins have just been emptied, so you're working on a new way in, shaving away the wall a layer at a time. You hear a series of thuds on the other side of the wall, powerful enough to be reverberate through the floor you stand on. They're growing closer. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 thump. Thump. THUMP. That's me, having paused my dinner conversation when I heard you trying to scritch your way into the kitchen for a share of the buffalo chicken you smell. l'm hoping some stomping will scare you off. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 You freeze for a minute, eyes wide in the dark, blood pounding in your ears. It seems like an hour. The thumping has stopped. They thump around up there all the time, you tell yourself. You begin digging again. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 Now I want you to take a sec and think about proportions, rats are lil nuggets, with short limbs compared to their torso size. So what must we look like to them? Misshapen giants with gangly appendages, 5x longer than they ought to be. We're hairless, noodly, eldritch horrors. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 So you're back to digging, drawn by the powerful smell of food. You only get about four bites in this time, before the stomping resumes. thump. Thump. THUMP. You're frozen again. THUMP. One of those noodly limbs slams into the wall you just had your teeth dug into. You jump back 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 Suddenly, from right on the other side of that wall, less than a body's length away...comes the roar. Six octaves lower than any sound your kind could produce, loud enough for you to feel it in your chest. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 That's me again, having stomped back over to where you're working and knelt down before cupping my hands on the wall and shouting "GO AWAY" in my grumpiest batman voice. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 It's not a language you could ever comprehend-could such terrible sounds really be language?-but on a primal level, you sense the anger in the thing's voice. And this time, there's no question who that anger is meant for. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 This ancient and colossal being, which has lived for a thousand rat-years, is speaking directly to you, its bulbous head right on the other side of the wall that seemed so thick when it was standing between you and the smell of food-but that now doesn't nearly solid enough. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12 Adrenaline cascades from your brain to flood your limbs; you turn tail and scamper away. You'll find your food outside today, where the giants mostly pay you no mind. Maybe someday you'll try another cavern, but not anytime soon. 1 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Following On the other side of the wall, I listen in silence. l'm surprised, at first, that shouting worked when the stomping & pounding failed, but then I use the most miraculous of my alien powers: the second sight that this bulbous head grants me. I put myself in your position 12:24 PM - 12 Aug 2018 I yelled at a rat the other day, and it made me feel like a being of immense and terrible power.
Other Side Of The Wall: Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 I yelled at a rat the other day, and it made me feel like a being of immense and
 terrible power.
 2
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 Imagine you're a city rat. You're born into a world of giants, maybe 10 times
 larger than you and a few hundred times as massive. They dwell in enormous
 caverns, where they control whether or not it's daylight with no regard to the
 laws of nature. Your kind finds shelter beneath.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 Feeding your family generally means dumpster diving for the giants' refuse, but
 the most audacious or desperate have been known to steal food from their
 caverns while they sleep. You've had luck in this cavern before, but all the
 tunnels in were suddenly blocked off a month ago.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 You're hungry, and all the bins have just been emptied, so you're working on a
 new way in, shaving away the wall a layer at a time. You hear a series of thuds
 on the other side of the wall, powerful enough to be reverberate through the
 floor you stand on. They're growing closer.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 thump. Thump. THUMP. That's me, having paused my dinner conversation
 when I heard you trying to scritch your way into the kitchen for a share of the
 buffalo chicken you smell. l'm hoping some stomping will scare you off.
 1

 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 You freeze for a minute, eyes wide in the dark, blood pounding in your ears. It
 seems like an hour. The thumping has stopped. They thump around up there all
 the time, you tell yourself. You begin digging again.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 Now I want you to take a sec and think about proportions, rats are lil nuggets,
 with short limbs compared to their torso size. So what must we look like to
 them? Misshapen giants with gangly appendages, 5x longer than they ought to
 be. We're hairless, noodly, eldritch horrors.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 So you're back to digging, drawn by the powerful smell of food. You only get
 about four bites in this time, before the stomping resumes. thump. Thump.
 THUMP. You're frozen again. THUMP. One of those noodly limbs slams into the
 wall you just had your teeth dug into. You jump back
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 Suddenly, from right on the other side of that wall, less than a body's length
 away...comes the roar. Six octaves lower than any sound your kind could
 produce, loud enough for you to feel it in your chest.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 That's me again, having stomped back over to where you're working and knelt
 down before cupping my hands on the wall and shouting "GO AWAY" in my
 grumpiest batman voice.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 It's not a language you could ever comprehend-could such terrible sounds
 really be language?-but on a primal level, you sense the anger in the thing's
 voice. And this time, there's no question who that anger is meant for.
 1

 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 This ancient and colossal being, which has lived for a thousand rat-years, is
 speaking directly to you, its bulbous head right on the other side of the wall that
 seemed so thick when it was standing between you and the smell of food-but
 that now doesn't nearly solid enough.
 1
 Millennial Pinko @StephenSkolnick Aug 12
 Adrenaline cascades from your brain to flood your limbs; you turn tail and
 scamper away. You'll find your food outside today, where the giants mostly pay
 you no mind. Maybe someday you'll try another cavern, but not anytime soon.
 1
 Millennial Pinko
 @StephenSkolnick
 Following
 On the other side of the wall, I listen in
 silence. l'm surprised, at first, that
 shouting worked when the stomping &
 pounding failed, but then I use the most
 miraculous of my alien powers: the
 second sight that this bulbous head
 grants me. I put myself in your position
 12:24 PM - 12 Aug 2018
I yelled at a rat the other day, and it made me feel like a being of immense and terrible power.

I yelled at a rat the other day, and it made me feel like a being of immense and terrible power.

Other Side Of The Wall: BLACK 1 I. re OUTBREAK Shanta Pablc When communications to the New Candor division of Genotech are cut, the biotech firm is forced to investigate. Captain Kara Piers and her hand-picked team, who form Genotech's Emergency Response Team, are sent in to gather intel. When they arrive, there is no evidence of foul play, but something is desperately wrong. One by one they discover grisly creatures roaming the building, creatures they cannot explain, civilians they cannot save. With a storm approaching, communications out and doors that seem to open on their own, they are forced to dig into Genotech's restricted files. In the depths of Lab 3 they discover secrets they wish they had never learned. The threat of a viral outbreak looms ahead as they encounter horrors around every corner. They must find a way to save the citizens of New Candor City. Separated. Fighting for every step. What happens when their time runs out? "With compelling characters set against dire circumstances, Black Virus: Outbreak will catch the reader's attention and not let go..." Stephen Carignan (Author of The Sleeping Man') CAN $14.95 USA $13.65 ISBN 978-0-9952641-0-b 6 1495 9 780995 264106 CLACK VIRUS Shanta Pablo BLACK v elevator, so we're o slow. Okay?" N m, but Dean had run two missions in the yhere he had dealt with their weapons. missions were exactly what put him on Captain's radar if he was to really think ick node roda ya opened a video file on the big screen and shocked to see a man behind a glass staring blankly out into the hallway ut it "What the hell wereth SCrolle ,were They to report back from Lab3 doors to the Anna. They were urrently waiting n d hi bunker adgod, don't tell me that's what I think it is?" n asked, feeling a mild trickle of horror seep his back, cold and unnerving. Divya answer, she just let the video play out. At "I don't think we could unde the man just stood there, watching the thought if we tried to Deantw es on the other side of the wall. They somber n't moving at all. As soon as one of the opened. From what Dean tists started to make his way forward, the ed man came to life. The two watched on sgust as the man behind the glass tried to called the Black Virus, ite his way through the barrier to get to the Black. Dean had heard aw le in front of him. The glass became marred before; he was consideni spots of blood and Dean minds of BioFirm, Ce Warfare Division. Not may 127 team-carryon-my-free-willed-sons: So after a couple years of hard work and effort my first book is available in paperback! I’m so excited! You can get a copy on Amazon, at Books-a-million, at Chapters or any other major bookstore! Now on to Book Two!
Other Side Of The Wall: BLACK
 1
 I.
 re
 OUTBREAK
 Shanta Pablc

 When communications to the New Candor division
 of Genotech are cut, the biotech firm is forced to
 investigate. Captain Kara Piers and her hand-picked
 team, who form Genotech's Emergency Response Team,
 are sent in to gather intel. When they arrive, there is
 no evidence of foul play, but something is desperately
 wrong.
 One by one they discover grisly creatures roaming the
 building, creatures they cannot explain, civilians they
 cannot save.
 With a storm approaching, communications out and
 doors that seem to open on their own, they are forced to
 dig into Genotech's restricted files. In the depths of Lab
 3 they discover secrets they wish they had never learned.
 The threat of a viral outbreak looms ahead as they
 encounter horrors around every corner. They must find
 a way to save the citizens of New Candor City.
 Separated. Fighting for every step. What happens when
 their time runs out?
 "With compelling characters set against dire
 circumstances, Black Virus: Outbreak will catch the
 reader's attention and not let go..."
 Stephen Carignan (Author of The Sleeping Man')
 CAN $14.95 USA $13.65
 ISBN 978-0-9952641-0-b
 6 1495
 9 780995 264106

 CLACK VIRUS
 Shanta Pablo

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 elevator, so we're o
 slow. Okay?" N
 m, but Dean had run two missions in the
 yhere he had dealt with their weapons.
 missions were exactly what put him on
 Captain's radar if he was to really think
 ick node roda
 ya opened a video file on the big screen and
 shocked to see a man behind a glass
 staring blankly out into the hallway
 ut it
 "What the hell wereth
 SCrolle
 ,were
 They
 to report back from Lab3
 doors to the
 Anna.
 They were urrently waiting n
 d hi
 bunker adgod, don't tell me that's what I think it is?"
 n asked, feeling a mild trickle of horror seep
 his back, cold and unnerving. Divya
 answer, she just let the video play out. At
 "I don't think
 we could unde the man just stood there, watching the
 thought if we tried to Deantw es on the other side of the wall. They
 somber n't moving at all. As soon as one of the
 opened. From what Dean tists started to make his way forward, the
 ed man came to life. The two watched on
 sgust as the man behind the glass tried to
 called the Black Virus, ite his way through the barrier to get to the
 Black. Dean had heard aw le in front of him. The glass became marred
 before; he was consideni spots of blood and Dean
 minds of BioFirm, Ce
 Warfare Division. Not may
 127
team-carryon-my-free-willed-sons:

So after a couple years of hard work and effort my first book is available in paperback! I’m so excited! You can get a copy on Amazon, at Books-a-million, at Chapters or any other major bookstore! Now on to Book Two!

team-carryon-my-free-willed-sons: So after a couple years of hard work and effort my first book is available in paperback! I’m so excite...