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|Prologue : spring, 1917||3|
|1||The war for the American mind||45|
|2||The political economy of war : the home front||93|
|3||"You're in the Army now"||144|
|4||Over there - and back||191|
|5||Armistice and aftermath||231|
|6||The political economy of war : the international dimension||296|
|Epilogue : promises of glory||348|
Posted October 3, 2013
A bit creepy, but I like creepy!
Ps, if you like u can read my story at dequ. Im only on part three, and part four was supposed to come out today, but while i was typing it i was almost done and i pressed the read button so now its lost until i rewrite it.... will write two parts tom ;D
Starstruck, creator of Lakeside Drive
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Posted October 2, 2013
Sammy looked around. Her own lab her own buisness. She had put fliers everywhere for test subjects at Thompson Labs. She had already mutated tons since the beginning of her starting the lab. She surveyed the newest subject a vat subject he had been delivered in the huge glass tube she pressed a button and he was pulled out a doctor helped him as sammy surveyed the vat. She accidentally pressed a button and a robotic arm grabbed her and dropped her in. It was the weirdest feeling she tried to scream for help but there was onlu a dull splash she curled almost instinctively into a fetal position wires attatched themselves to her the lid shut and locked she heard the click then darkness surrounded her. As the world went black one thought went through her head. "Mike". (Tell me what u guys think if u guys like it ill continue)
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Posted March 31, 2012
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