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I am the invincible dragon,

who is plated with gold sheets,

and red rubies,

and a breath of fiery hearts.

I feel my challenges in full force and with empty mind.

I must be falling in love with every moment of my life.

Why?

Because I am positive of it.

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For Circle of the Skies Dungeons and Dragons campaign:

The Black Anchor is the first business started in the city of Ocean Morn. It was originally a house of pleasure, but over the centuries it has been a tavern, and a home for elderly sailors, a thieves guild, assassin’s guild, fighter school, a temple of worship and many other uses have been found for the Black Anchor. Just recently as 20 years ago all the buildings around the Black Anchor have been torn down and replaced by new buildings. The Black Anchor itself has been turned into a student center. It is now known as Black Anchor University. Fighters, rangers, bards, thieves, assassins, priests and mages come to this university to study and train. Civilians also come her to study mathematics, history, music, archaeology, alchemy and to learn how to sail and work on ships. The Black Anchor gets its funding from merchants, adventurers and ex-adventurers who have graduated from the University. The teachers are all ex-adventurers, retired ship captains and sailors and sages. The Black Anchor , no matter what it was used for has stayed in the hands of the Ravenclaw family. The name has always stayed the same, no matter what it was used for. The student center has a large Black Anchor stationed outside and was placed there after the opening of a pleasure house centuries ago. It’s function is to ward off aquatic undead from entering the city.

More to come.

Malibu Owl.

Hi.

Thank you, Dark Sky Circle, so much for getting right back to me.

It’s 6:12am and I’m waiting for count. I just finished my readings that I do every morning: Daily Bread, Daily Reflections, As Bill Sees It. This morning there is a Big Book meeting that just started where and outsider comes in.

We don’t get the new catalog for the care packages until the end of next month and then I’d have to fill the order sheet out and you guys would call it in, but you’d need a credit card. But we do have a really good commissary and, I don’t have any fines or restitution.

The reason why I didn’t want to do county time at Kennebec County is because the food is awful, the guards are cocky, and the place was filthy. Sheriff Liberty runs a dirty little operation.

Love,

Miss Linda

Let brotherly love continue.

Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for some have unknowingly entertained strangers.

Be mindful of prisoners as if sharing their imprisonment, and of the ill-treated as of yourselves, for you also are in the body.

– Hebrews 13:3

Dear viewers:

Many apologies from those of us responsible for receiving and posting the words of our prisoners here on the P.P. blog.  Suffice it to say – it has been a challenging year for many of us on the outside.  Due to unexpected changes in workspace and personel, many letters sent to us months ago, are only being posted now.

Thank you for your patience, and thank you for your support, not of us, the free and fumbling, but of our prisoners.

Pax,

The Editors of the Political Prisoner Blog

As of this writing, 1% of the United States population is incarcerated, and 25% of the world’s prisoners are being held in U.S. jails.

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