A Wrinkle In Crime

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Crime is as inevitable as evening.

Alexander Sokolov had just committed the perfect murder. The emotions within him were wrestling with each other like overactive enzymes in an empty stomach. As is often the case with a murderer, guilt was prevalent.

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Thoughts And Prayers And Priorities

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No athleticism required. Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt with the help of God lift Loyola over Arizona 64-62.  Image Source

Congratulations to the 11th-seed Loyola Ramblers in proceeding to the next bracket in the NCAA Tournament with an upset win over 6th-seed Miami. Before you chalk this up as an upset or a true win, it must be acknowledged that they got a little help from the Lord, via 98-year old chaplain, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt. Thanks to her thoughts and prayers, Loyola wins with a three-pointer in the last seconds of the game.

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The Battalion Of Injured Reserve Heroes

Cro-Magnon Man looked upon his peers, 2,000 or so superheroes crammed into a make shift clubhouse, previously a cave. He squinted, which created a furrow across his abnormally large forehead. It was far from attractive. He saw a sea of multi-colored spandex, masks, metals and weaponry. He took a deep breath before calling order. He announced, “It is an honor to stand… before all of you. May you fill with pride… for you are committed… to preserving… the royal order of justice…let us recite our oath.” He bowed his head.


The Canadian Collective in the house… representing. Image Source

As one unified voice, the heroes solemnly swore, “If and when a hero goes down, we are prepared with complete heart and sound mind to replace said hero with 100% commitment. If necessary, with our lives. Gulp. Justice for all. Amen.”

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