colinian

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    Writing, cross country skiing, hiking, swimming, computers, listening to music, reading, being a salary man, my spouse Doug.

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  1. THE LEGEND OF KIWAKAAZI ~ Chapters 37 and 38 of Book Four of a Novel by Nanak. This is an exciting combination of African folklore, mythology, fantasy, and adventure. The story revolves around a nineteen year old intelligent young scientist, Kiwakaazi, in ancient Africa. In Book Four we have to ask: How is thin, weak and naive Kiwakaazi going to survive against all of those that want to kill him? The epic and yet very spiritual journey of Kiwakaazi and other related stories have been captured in this story. Enjoy! Drawing Me Out A Short Story by Cole Parker. Sometimes there's more to see than what's there. A Letter to My Little Sister A Short Story by Ayushi Mehrotra. When her little sister turned thirteen, Ayushi wrote her a birthday letter that she’s sharing with us. Featured stories are from our archive and we think you'll enjoy reading them again — or for the first time. A New Year - A New Life ~ A Short Story by Grant Bentley. Living on the streets during a cold Canadian winter can make being hungry and alone the least of your worries. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  2. THE LEGEND OF KIWAKAAZI ~ Chapters 35 and 36 of Book Four of a Novel by Nanak. This is an exciting combination of African folklore, mythology, fantasy, and adventure. The story revolves around a nineteen year old intelligent young scientist, Kiwakaazi, in ancient Africa. In Book Four we have to ask: How is thin, weak and naive Kiwakaazi going to survive against all of those that want to kill him? The epic and yet very spiritual journey of Kiwakaazi and other related stories have been captured in this story. Enjoy! Exposure A Short Story by Cole Parker. Being different from your peers can be a nightmare for a teenager. Featured stories are from our archive and we think you'll enjoy reading them again — or for the first time. Justin Case ~ A Short Story by Colin Kelly. It's interesting how some people name their kid without really considering how the name they pick might be a problem for the kid. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  3. He doesn't need to be an activist to go to the ACLU for assistance. He was falsely arrested and jailed because the devices used to determine that a plastic bag filled with cat litter was methamphetamine are known to be unreliable. That is the fault of the police department. The ACLU is trying to get this faulty field test equipment banned. A crime lab can do a test for methamphetamine in less than an hour. So why did it take the county forensic lab so much longer that he was held in jail for 3 days? Even worse, the police department issued a press release with his booking picture the day of his arrest stating that they had made a drug bust. Colin
  4. This guy should contact the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) and get their support for a lawsuit to clear his record, receive a public apology, and to ban the use of the type of field test that confused cat litter with methamphetamine. Colin
  5. The guys that did the fly and breaststroke face down in the snow reduced their equipment to about one inch and their nuts crawled inside as far as they could go. Colin
  6. The guys that did the fly and breaststroke reduced their equipment to about one inch and the nuts crawled inside as far as they could go.
  7. Pedro, I too enjoy participating in the hijacking of a topic! Colin
  8. What a perfect response, Lugz! Bravo! Colin
  9. The lack of "freezing liquids" in the UK may be due to a lack of hot, dry (or hot, humid) weather that most areas of the US and Oz enjoy (at least in the summer, which I've been told is a season almost totally missing in the UK). Colin
  10. 95% of freshmen at the University of California at Berkeley live in the dorms, including me, Chris, Doug, and Steve. We lived easy commute distance (by BART) but felt that living on campus was better because we had easy access to the libraries and labs, getting together with our study groups, meeting and hanging with friends, and being away from home. We lived in the dorms during our sophomore year as well, then we moved into a house in Berkeley because it was less expensive than our dorms and meal plans, and was close to campus. I think that living on campus for our first two years was a significant benefit for us.Our majors were intensive; I was a computer science major; Doug was a chemistry major; Chris was a Media Studies major; Steve was a Bioengineering major. We weren't party animals; we spent most of our time studying. With those majors we had to! Colin
  11. HAPPY NEW YEAR! We will make 2017 turn out better than 2016 when we work together. We've added chapter 14, the last chapter of Cole Parker's story Me ’n Riley this weekend. Me 'n Riley Chapters 13 and 14 of a Novel by Cole Parker. A small Southern town. Two young boys looking for things to do, a summertime of freedom spread in front of them, adventures calling. There's no change in the other stories on Codey's World this week: THE LEGEND OF KIWAKAAZI ~ Chapters 33 and 34 of Book Four of a Novel by Nanak. This is an exciting combination of African folklore, mythology, fantasy, and adventure. The story revolves around a nineteen year old intelligent young scientist, Kiwakaazi, in ancient Africa. In Book Four we have to ask: How is thin, weak and naive Kiwakaazi going to survive against all of those that want to kill him? The epic and yet very spiritual journey of Kiwakaazi and other related stories have been captured in this story. Enjoy! Featured stories are from our archive and we think you'll enjoy reading them again — or for the first time. Nonsense ~ A Flash Fiction Story by Lugnutz. The setting is the garage, where else? Jake and Jeremy are throwing ideas around so they can get the car ready for the next season. They are sitting looking at the car pondering what the next move will be. Jake opens his laptop, pushes a few buttons then things go into the Twilight zone. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  12. Happy New Year! THE LEGEND OF KIWAKAAZI ~ Chapters 33 and 34 of Book Four of a Novel by Nanak. This is an exciting combination of African folklore, mythology, fantasy, and adventure. The story revolves around a nineteen year old intelligent young scientist, Kiwakaazi, in ancient Africa. In Book Four we have to ask: How is thin, weak and naive Kiwakaazi going to survive against all of those that want to kill him? The epic and yet very spiritual journey of Kiwakaazi and other related stories have been captured in this story. Enjoy! Me 'n Riley Chapter 13 of a Novel by Cole Parker. A small Southern town. Two young boys looking for things to do, a summertime of freedom spread in front of them, adventures calling. Featured stories are from our archive and we think you'll enjoy reading them again — or for the first time. Nonsense ~ A Flash Fiction Story by Lugnutz. The setting is the garage, where else? Jake and Jeremy are throwing ideas around so they can get the car ready for the next season. They are sitting looking at the car pondering what the next move will be. Jake opens his laptop, pushes a few buttons then things go into the Twilight zone. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  13. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Let's hope that 2017 will turn out better than 2016. We've added chapter 12 of Cole Parker's new story, Me ’n Riley, this weekend. Me 'n Riley Chapters 11 and 12 of a Novel by Cole Parker. A small Southern town. Two young boys looking for things to do, a summertime of freedom spread in front of them, adventures calling. There's no change in the other stories on Codey's World this week: THE LEGEND OF KIWAKAAZI ~ Chapters 31 and 32 of Book Four of a Novel by Nanak. This is an exciting combination of African folklore, mythology, fantasy, and adventure. The story revolves around a nineteen year old intelligent young scientist, Kiwakaazi, in ancient Africa. In Book Four we have to ask: How is thin, weak and naive Kiwakaazi going to survive against all of those that want to kill him? The epic and yet very spiritual journey of Kiwakaazi and other related stories have been captured in this story. Enjoy! Featured stories are from our archive and we think you'll enjoy reading them again — or for the first time. How Do You Know If He Likes You? ~ A Flash Fiction Story by Camy. Sometimes it pays to push your luck. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  14. Okay, James, you've given us the backstory. Now we need the inciting event and the rest of the story. Colin
  15. It's an excellent story and the fact that it was taken from the real life of the protagonist is amazing. I'd never read it before. It's one of those "I couldn't put it down" stories that I started last night and read until 3:30 AM this morning. Colin