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Patton: Blood, Guts, and Prayer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2014

    Midnight

    *tries not to puke* "Its great! But to be honest with you, it was a bit to gory for me. And maybe a tad too vivid?"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2014

    Stick

    Wow....so gorey

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2014

    Beats's MLP MURDERFEST FANFIC pt 1 post or so help me i will cut you and squeexe lemon juice into thos cut

    It was a beautiful sunny day in ponyville ponies trotted around enjoying the nice weather. All the sudden there was a scream ponies all around rushed twoards the sound when they arrived they saw a truly frightening sight. there in the alleyway stood a pony standing on its hind legs over a headless body in the ponies hooves was the head of its victim the head was dripping blood and its spinal column was poking from its neck the murderer hidden by shadows ran off. From what the ponies could tell it had looked like an alicorn but the only alicorn they knew was twilight. Later in the day ponies from all around ponyville were gathered around twilights library shouting for her to come out. Twilight stuck her head out the highest window of her library."i assure you ponies me and my friends will find out who murdered Dewdrop earlier today but i also assure you it was not me"as twilight tried to reassure the ponies the sound of a ponie screaming was heard, then they could see a dark figure jumping from pony to pony cutting them to peices their organs bones and other parts spewing on the ground where their corpses lay ponies ran around screaming trampling be killed in the panic by each other to escape the massacre. Then the a strange rapid booming sound was heard and ponies started dropping spurting blood guts and brains all over the place even faster. As ponies where massacred a dark figure was standing over a turret the figure tlooked to be an earthpony laughed maniaclly as if enjoying the slaughter of the other ponies. The surviving ponies ran and flew as fast as they could to escape being slaughtered by the evil pony. the next day was cold and wet the survivors of the massacre were horrified the next day as they had to clean up the mess ponies sobbed and cried others puked and fainted at the sight of mashed organs and splattered brains that lay before them every where some ponies were cut in half their organs sliding out of them others were full of holes and some were missing their heads they were either cut off or blown away ponies sobbed their mops and other supplies stained red from the blood that had pooled overnight. Thats all for now please if you have something to say come find at any of the ism res's THANKS FOR READING THIS STORY HOPEFULLY IT GAVE YOU A STOMACH ACHE AND A VIVID PICTURE OF SLAUGHTERED PONIES ^_^

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2013

    Striking and Stealthshadow's bios

    At 'willed control' res two

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  • Posted April 9, 2013

    This book adds relatively little to the story of George Patton.

    This book adds relatively little to the story of George Patton.
    Many of the events described have been done by other biographers -- e.g., Ladislas Farago, Carlo D'Este -- and then are quoted by Keane. He does attempt to create new categories of information as indicated by the subtitle (Blood, Guts and Prayer), but those divisions result in a somewhat disorganized presentation and some "stretches" to illustrate the themes. I would recommend other books on Patton.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2013

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