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by Dean Darcy AS MAYOR Pam Powers approached the downtown exit she wondered again if the Sign Man lived in the two acres of woods that the off ramp curved around. As she inched along in the morning rush hour traffic she also wondered how many people in cars behind her and in front of her were thinking the same…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “SO, YOU’VE READ A LITTLE about Arman’s Teachings that I follow that constitute my religion, my philosophy and my world view and you’ve seen the lexicon that I’ve put together and you probably think you’ve seen it all, right, man?” asked…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “I KNOW YOU’RE trying to figure out more about this religion of mine, man,” said Homeless Jack, “so here’s a basic lexicon that may help you get it. I got this from Arman. “And, you probably want to know how many believers there are in addition to Arman.…
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Classic EssaysFiction

by Dean Darcy HE WALKS out. The dog is asleep on the porch, the cows are in the moo yard, and the horse is in the stable. The truck clears its throat, coughs, then starts. The moon comes from behind a cloud to tag along for another late night ride to nowhere. He drives around late at night, trying to see things…
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Fiction

by Philip Holthoff IT WAS in the spring of 2003. It should have been our finest hour. Instead it has become one of our greatest mysteries. It was to be a day of firsts for our great nation. Tens of thousands of our citizens lined the shores of Gulfport and Biloxi to gaze out to sea at our newest wonder, Gray April
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “LOOK, MAN,” said Homeless Jack, “we gotta expand our code. That’s why we’re alive. That is the meaning of our lives. That is our purpose. “If we don’t expand our code, we might as well not have lived at all. We are born to breed. We are born to…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “HEY MAN,” said Homeless Jack, “let me tell you a little more about Arman’s teachings. “Arman says that we have to think in terms of ‘our people’ and ‘not our people,’ if we are to head off our extinction, expand our kind and prosper.…
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News

Press Release: Controversial Pro-White Novel Released in Time for Columbus Day 2010; its subject is the genocide of White people. KYLE BRISTOW—a second year law student at the University of Toledo College of Law, three-time elected Republican precinct delegate for the 29th precinct of Michigan’s…
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