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Added by Phoebe Darqueling on August 19, 2017 at 7:52am — No Comments
Where to go to study after school is a serious decision that almost every person does. For most of us, it is a really hard decision, as most of the people in their twenties do not know what exactly they want to do for the living. In this article, I wrote some of my thoughts that might help you make this serious decision.
Once you’ve considered the subject, you can now subdue to the possibility of a future research, and that is not a promising perspective in the very least, as the…Continue
Added by Robert Roberts on August 4, 2017 at 6:40am — No Comments
Christian Gottreich Alexander Graf Falke von Falkenhorst was born on 25 April 1833 at the Hohenfalkenhorst castle in Ruritania. The son of Konrad August Graf Falke von Falkenhorst (1791 - 1866) and Alexandra Maria Gräfin Falke von Falkenhorst, née Alexandra Maria Freiherrin Freyser von Lohenberg (1808 - 1903). Falkenhorst entered the Kadettenschule (cadet school) at Hallstätte in 1843, where he undertook his introductory military training and education prior to being promoted to the…Continue
Added by Graf Falke von Falkenhorst on July 2, 2017 at 9:07pm — No Comments
My two kids and I just attended Steampunk MidAtlantic in Raleigh, NC this past Saturday 6/24/17. We had a great time! It was my first actual Steampunk Con. I do wish we could had stayed longer, and that the venue was a big bigger.
Attend classes according to the plan. Communicate with teachers, learn the details of the program and perspectives. After each experiment, carefully listen to your instincts.
Do you tend to engage in this ... whether you have enough money on him and enthusiasm? How to find a hobby? Just do not be afraid to try new things and get out of your comfort zone!
By the middle of the second month, you will likely have to…Continue
Added by Robert Roberts on June 22, 2017 at 8:27am — No Comments
I am posting this to see if my steamy friends can help a young, sweet family who just did everything they can to save their beloved cat.
Please help if you can
Added by Wilhelm A. Heizeltroff on May 4, 2017 at 9:31pm — No Comments
Does anyone think the upcoming Wonder Woman film that has scenes of W.W.I. trench warfare could be considered a steampunk film?
Shankar walked calmly down the street to his apartment. It had been months since he had heard from Master Heizeltroff. The monkey Simon, from the bar Master Heizeltroff was so fond of, had delivered a multitude of letters as well as several packages of varying sizes. He had hidden each carefully in safe rooms, hidden vaults, and various institutions.
He gave a small groan as he unlocked his door and stepped inside. A light drizzle had begun just as he had made his way up the steps…
Added by Wilhelm A. Heizeltroff on December 6, 2016 at 5:00pm — No Comments
This is a collection of old, short stories that take place prior to Tabula Rasa
Back to the drawing boards
The sun began to peak its head above the horizon. The light winding its way in to every nook and cranny it could find, including the yet completed roof of the lab just on the outskirts of London. Inside sat a sleeping scientist, leaning back on two legs of a chair that…Continue
Added by Oswin Bernerd McGuinness on November 10, 2016 at 7:16pm — No Comments
***please read The Bounty Hunter tales first***
More than three years had passed since the events at Westminster Abby and almost as long since the abandoned lab on the outskirts of London had seen any activity.
Somewhere high above the…Continue
Added by Oswin Bernerd McGuinness on November 10, 2016 at 7:00pm — No Comments
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Innovatemarkets appeal is their reliable company and ongoing focus on investor education. The company goes above and beyond to coach its clients about the financial markets' functions their financial specialists are also a number of the best in the industry.
Steampunk Trading Platform and Functions
For anyone unfamiliar with this application, it is a glossy…Continue
Added by Raumond Casey on October 17, 2016 at 7:44am — No Comments
They were driving into town, through the back roads, as always. Her suitor, Captain Solomon Ashmore, shook his head with a wry smile at her unusual request. He thought it odd that such a well bred Lady would want to go through the dirty back roads of London, but like him, she had a past that had only been spoken of briefly-the kind of past that gives one idiosyncratic quirks. They accepted that about each other-some things are just not meant to be relived. He kissed her on…Continue
Added by Lady Brielle Serra on August 16, 2016 at 7:45pm — No Comments
Greetings all! I'm appearing before you today to help 'boost the signal' from a recent trio of friends, Greg, Leo and Bunny, on the Book of Faces concerning an idea for a 'more friendly' experience between our gender-specific and transgender populace.
From Greg, Leo and Bunny;
Hey everyone, I have a problem.
That problem is gender awareness and recognition in our community.
For the last 8 months, I've watched my partner come home from…
After several days of our guest and Rollie assembling the Ecto transmitter receiver they were ready for an initial power up and test run. "Captain, " Rollie said with the enthusiasm of a child at Christmas, "We are are ready to tap the main generators, the crew might notice a slight dimming of the lights but hopefully the enhancers Genevieve brought with her will compensate enough to keep any one from being too suspicious." I had to admit this was a on my mind.We still had a few Hungarian…Continue
Added by Captain Lachlan Bellraven on May 1, 2016 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Those that know me well know that I was taken at an early age by a love of languages inspired by J. R. R. Tolkien. I will never claim to be his equal in philology, but I do love playing around with words and invented languages. Of course such things need worlds to go with them or they are just dead phonemes lying around in large clumps, so I play with sub-creation of fictional worlds and civilizations as well. All of this means nothing in particular, except that I really do need a life. Who…Continue
Added by Graf Falke von Falkenhorst on March 30, 2016 at 9:00pm — No Comments
At a Comic-Con board Wednesday, Dina Kampmeyer (who likewise passes by "Woman Steam" and sorts out occasions for Steampunk lovers) characterized Steampunk as a type set on "a substitute earth including Victorian innovation." That implies Steampunk creators like specialists Gail Carriger (The Parasol Protectorate…Continue
Certainly, there's music, merchants and perhaps a creator marking or two. What's more, on account of Steampunk UnLimited at Strasburg Rail Road - which proceeds at 11 a.m. Nov. 17 - there's likewise a high tea and some sweet prepare rides. In any case, the genuine essence of the occasion is looking at what everybody's wearing - and what they're doing.
"It's theater where the gathering of people and…Continue
Added by Leana Mirrow on March 17, 2016 at 5:39am — No Comments
The lab was over run. Soldiers had already made their way into the hangar where the new yacht was being built. The carriage house and stables were being combed through as well. From the sounds below they were moments from breaking in to the main doors of the laboratory itself.
Shankar moved quickly around the room, destroying several pieces of correspondence as well as disposing of several vials of one off formulas to dangerous to allow anyone access too. The footsteps coming…
Wil made his way down the hall to one of the suites in what used to be the offices of the bank. It seemed like only a few days before he had been writing the checks to the contractor for these very rooms to be built. The purchase of the bank itself had been no small fee either though he still considered it quite worth the cost.
He sat in the chair by the small desk, dropping his bag of books beside it. The research contained within those books would be of little use to him now.…
Added by Wilhelm A. Heizeltroff on February 13, 2016 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Back in 2008 I took part in my first, and sadly my last NANOWRIMO. I completed the task at hand, finished their challenge, and had written 50,000 words of a novella. I felt accomplished, I felt proud, but mostly I felt glad that it was over. I didn’t have to try and pump out 1,666 words a day any longer. The worst part was that I had not even completed what I started. I got to the goal and just walked away.
Here I am 8 years later thumbing through…Continue
Added by J. Deacon Monroe on February 9, 2016 at 8:33am — No Comments