Read one too many adventure stories as a child and decided I'd make that my life.
I grew up on a cattle station in the Australian Outback and decided to spend the rest of my life seeing the rest of the world.
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Advice from the villain
“Love? Love ties us down. Slows us to a crawl. Love satisfies. And when, in all the years of this world, did a satisfied man ever strive for more? Love is a slow-working poison that will kill your dreams, if you let it. Nuture hate instead. Hate will make you work harder than you ever knew possible. Hate will make you strive. Hate will lift you up.”
One Horse Slain
I can think of no greater humiliation than that which I have endured. Gather ‘round, gather 'round. As the woods fill up with snow in the long, dark evenings of December. As the shopping malls become choked with flashing lights and cheap tinsel and terrible music. As every website you visit starts flashing dubious deals at you, thinking that this time of the year, more than any other, you might be susceptible to advertising.
There were three main problems with time travel, as far as Rebecca was concerned. Or Dr Rebecca Heinen, AO, PhD, DPsych, BBiosc and MAIMS (Research) as was written in the header of her various academic papers. Or Bec, as her ex-husband used to call her (and probably still did, not that Rebecca figured she ever had any reason to find out). Or ‘…a polarising figure’ as The Scientific Method called her, when reviewing her most recent findings in the field of multi-chemical brain-pattern augmentation.
Problems with myself
As suspected, the end of the world can be largely blamed on Facebook. I mean, if you really wanted to, you could blame me instead. It would be more accurate, to tell the truth, but come on. I think we can all agree Facebook makes a much better villain.
- Runner-Up in Full Moon Challenge