Share petition · Save Timeless!· Change.org

Share petition · Save Timeless! Timeless needs a new net work or streaming service home· Change.org
— Read on www.change.org/p/save-timeless-from-cancellation/psf/share

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Bindi Irwin’s Boyfriend Chandler Powell Loves Living at the Zoo | PEOPLE.com

Bindi Irwin’s Boyfriend Chandler Powell Loves Living at the Zoo | PEOPLE.com
— Read on people.com/tv/bindi-irwin-boyfriend-chandler-powell-living-at-the-zoo/amp/

Petition: Justice for Trooper and Adam, Two Dogs Thrown Out of a Car on a New York Freeway

What kind of person would throw two dogs out of a moving vehicle? (43477 signatures on petition)
— Read on www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/910/195/234/

Petition: Cami the Beloved Giraffe Just Became the Third Giraffe to Die at This Zoo in a Month

They all died due to a breeding program. (30568 signatures on petition) Something is not right and needs to be investigated.
— Read on www.thepetitionsite.com/974/742/890/three-giraffes-have-died-at-this-zoo-in-just-one-month./

Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story Is the Must-See Docuseries of the Year :: TV :: Paste Magazine

Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story Is the Must-See Docuseries of the Year
— Read on www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/07/rest-in-power-the-trayvon-martin-story-is-the-must.html

Remembering the life of John Lennon. We could certainly use some of his vision and light today.

(From Bing:) Ex-Beatle John Lennon, 40, is shot four times at close range by Mark David Chapman as the singer walks to his apartment with his wife, Yoko Ono. Hundreds of fans will keep vigil for a week at the scene of the shooting, and on what would have been Lennon’s 45th birthday, Ono will dedicate a memorial in the park.

December 3, 2017: Brush with the supernatural!

Joseph Mallozzi's Weblog

We’ve all experienced them at least once in our lives, those inexplicable, unnerving instances that make us wonder whether dark forces are at play, their subtle and sinister hands manipulating our reality from afar.  They leave an impression, an indelible mark at the deepest levels of your subconscious, buried away by overwhelming reason, the steadfast grip of sanity, and a fear of the unknown and explained.  We all have these stories.  This is mine.

It happened so long ago, I can barely remember when, but I do recall it was a quiet night at my childhood home.  The plan had been for a group of us to get together and resume play on a gaming campaign interrupted by an early school night, but a storm front had moved in late that day, washing out some of the local roads, making for treacherous driving conditions.  A couple of my friends had…

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