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Welcome to a very large soccer team of sharp women who incorrectly thought they may have finally seen The One!

Welcome to a very large soccer team of sharp women who incorrectly thought they may have finally seen The One! You went on to start dating ? or two or maybe three. You liked him, and the person seemed in to you. Now, without warning no more return text messages, no message or calls, he even blocked you on Delicious. That hybrid he ghosted you! Certainly, there aren't numbers for us, but the astonishing 78% of millennials have been ghosted. It's contemporary collateral harm of going. And it sucks. Acceptable listen (read) this...

Shooting an Elephant

Author: George Orwell ISBN: 9780141187396 Pages: 368 Description: "Shooting an Elephant" is Orwell's searing and painfully honest account of his experience as a police officer in imperial Burma; killing an escaped elephant in front of a crowd 'solely to avoid looking a fool'. The other masterly essays in this collection include classics such as "My Country Right or Left", "How the Poor Die" and "Such, Such were the Joys", his memoir of the horrors of public school, as well as discussions of Shakespeare, sleeping rough, boys' weeklies, and a spirited defence of English cooking. Opinionated, uncompromising, provocative, and hugely entertaining, all show Orwell's...

Pirates: The Midnight Passage

Author: James R. Hannibal ISBN: 9781469293134 Pages: Description: The Midnight Passage debuts the chronicles of Jim Thatcher and the intrepid crew of the sloop Adventure. Pirates, puzzles, and peril await the privateer crew as they seek to recover the vast treasure of Morgan's Lost Gold from the mysterious Aztec underworld of the Midnight Passage. Betrayal! A treaty is signed, and suddenly the British privateers are named pirates by the very Crown they serve. Some embrace the new title and the bloody life that comes with it; others, like Captain Jim Thatcher, are not so eager to turn against the world they...