The Red Lights

Schlock Homes and I, John Whatson, made our way toward the dark room with the red lights, which a mysterious note told me to follow. Where they would lead, I had no idea. Hopefully, however, they would provide a clue about the missing conveyancers we had been tasked with finding. When we entered the room, …

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Modern but New

What’s something really modern, but it also might have existed in ancient times? Like, in ancient Rome, where they had vending machines and steam power, maybe. I really need to come up with something for my essay that I didn’t know I was getting. All of a sudden our professor has decided that empires have …

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Great Life, Derrick

There’s one thing that makes the work day go faster, and that’s Christmas music. Not trashy stuff you hear in shopping centres, though. I mean choirs singing in a cathedral, or kids from some prestigious academy. That’s the only thing that really make the hours tick by at this stage, because it’s way too close …

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