The Story of IFThe story of IF.My name is Owen. Ive spent the last seven years working on a new web project called internationalfriend, or IF for short. Internationalfriend is going to be a new global Internet community for people between the ages of 13 and 23. I started on this project in Holland in 2001. Its the country where I was born and grew up, even though my passport says Im English. My mother had died after a long illness and my father bought me the domain internationalfriend.com thinking that it might provide some distraction from the hard time I was going through. Initially, I had no great plans for the website it was more a sort of entertainment for my friends and me. And, as such, it helped me cope with the loss of my mother. However, we did work out a basic concept of what I wanted to create .In 2003, my father met a lovely Norwegian woman and the following year we moved to Oslo. For me, this was the best thing that ever happened in my life.
Star light, star bright"Where did I go wrong? You were such a lively and loving boy," she said, as she threw her hands in the air, clearly giving up. Her words were cut and stuttered here and there through tears and sobs; Eyes bloodshot and spilling water like bloated clouds. "You didn't even have imaginary friends as a kid, you used to name the stars and talk to them every night. You'd chronicle your days of helping wounded birds, putting my change in the red kettles during Christmas, volunteering at community events and dragging me along, all to your twinkling friends in the sky you named KeeKee and CooKoo."My grandma spit words at me like daggers. Meaning to draw blood, but only in forced defense from the daggers I threw first."I was given such an angel who would do anything for anyone, but I ruined that, somehow," She cried. "You've become this cold, careless statue that seems to get off on hurting everyone around you. You know exactly what to say to break someone and you hold onto it, until the
MiddlegameThe middle ground of the mental game, keeping the mind afloat while thinking of several ways to maintain some sort of reputation among Meryl's fanbase. It's either to agree or to disagree, it's a rule to say yes but not to overstep your bounds.The internet always buzz when the awards season comes, and if she is nominated; there will be fire, big fire. I have been a watcher for some time now, and I always say competition has been tight for the last few years.Meryl Streep has tons of nominations under her belt, winning several in a perfect hat trick; the BAFTA, the Golden Globes, and the Academy Awards.Each of her new movies brought new generations of converts, bringing with them their unique way of celebrating her talent; which is both complex and vibrant at the same time.It serves the mind's eye well when you mentally root for her, but still, a little bit of openess could help in times like this.The middlegame is over.
MUTO ConjectureMUTO: Theories on their biology and ecological role based on conjectureIn prehistory, the MUTOs lived in rocky areas (mountain ranges, canyons, craters...), which explains their hooked appendages (evolved in order to cling to stone outcroppings). Like some insects and birds-of-prey, the male would fly out to go hunting down radiative kaiju while the female would stay by the nesting site to protect the territory // her eggs/young.The white underbelly of the male MUTO could be a result of adaptive camouflage to the cloudy sky, from which they would drop down into herds of actinovorous (radiation-eating) kaiju during their mating season. These kaiju would have an electromagnetism-based secondary nervous system which allows them to send signals throughout the body to regenerate damaged tissue or to use bioluminescence to attract a mate. The MUTO's armor, being angular, would scatter the EMP over their prey and turn off the regenerator systems of their prey and disorienting the herd. Stab
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