Dark Side Investigator Submitted by Travis Franklin
BOBEC Apps recently announced a partnership with a publishing company to use a version of Hot or Cold to promote one of their hot authors. You can read the full details at darksideinvestigator.com, but there's a little more to this than just a release tells you.
I'd like to start off by saying that you should do as I say, not as I do. While I firmly stand behind what I am about to say, I find it to be much easier said than done. I assume that's because I'm such an amazing natural leader that I can't even follow my own advice. You're free to draw your own conclusions, though.
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According to our plan, it would be the perfect weekend on the motorcycle. We had mapped out an amazing trip, starting early to beat the high weekend temps, grabbing breakfast at a little diner along the way, and seeing some incredible country over the two days we were going to be gone.
That was according to plan anyway.
Our bike was packed, tent and gear secured, and helmets on. I turned the key, pressed the start button....and was met with silence. No throaty growl from the motor. Not even a small click of the engine turning over.
It was glorious, I tell you! Submitted by christian
I have a problem. For the last 3 or 4 days I have been trying to think of something to write about. I've known about this deadline for weeks but, well, ya know... So I have had a few mildly entertaining ideas come up but, after working them over a little in my head I decided they weren't that good or I couldn't see the ending from the beginning so I discarded them. And since procrastinating isn't especially new to me, I still felt confident that inspiration would spring from necessity and a topic would indeed present itself with time to spare.