Manchester City's 'Blazing Squad' is one of a number of young gangs who prove the truth of that statement.
Author: Carl Moran
Manchester City's 'Blazing Squad' is one of a number of young gangs who prove the truth of that statement. As their infamous appearance on BBC Television proved, the tactics required to organise fights between rival football supporters have changed hugely since the mass of the 1970s and 80s. The advent of high ticket prices and all-seater stadia has forced a whole generation of younger supporters out of football grounds in favour of tourists and corporate fans, as a consequence violence within grounds has all but died out. Modern day policing techniques and the advent of spotters and Tactical Aid Units have forced the modern day hooligan to arrange 'meets' with rival fans, typically in areas well away from grounds and often with supporters whose team are not even in action that day. The Blazing Squad are one of this new breed of football firm -- small in number but ready to travel all over the country to fight their rivals. Carl Moran, star of BBC's 'Football Fight Club' explains how they grew from a few teenagers following their team into one of the most feared hooligan firms of recent times.
Look at this Blazing cunt. Oh, it's the Blazing Squad. Blazing hot, these lot. It caught on. And it caught on, even when some of our number disapproved. There was an attempt to ban it from use in.
Author: Joe Glenton
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
Category: Political Science
One of Britain's most radical veterans takes us on a guided tour through ex-military life at the heart of a dead empire. The military veteran is claimed by all sides. Conservatives, liberals and socialists all want to speak about and for ex-servicemen, yet far-right demonstrations are dotted with berets and medals and ex-military men have become celebrities of the reactionary manosphere. So who are Britain's ex-servicemen? What do they want? What are their politics? What are the issues which animate them? Are they just irredeemable fascists by dint of their service to Empire? Or is there a radical political potential waiting to be unlocked? Former soldier Joe Glenton takes us on a guided tour through ex-forces life at the heart of a dead empire as he attempts to demystify military culture, rescue the veteran from his captors, and discover if a more optimistic, humanist mode of veteranhood can be recovered from the ruins.
I'll be pushed into the rear seat of a squad car, and squashed between a pair of Guards. If I'm trouble, they'll force me down, and one of them will sit on my head. Within minutes, the siren-blazing squad car will arrive at the grey ...
Publisher: Joe Terry
The Undoing of Luke O’Reilly highlights the nature of high personal expectations in an obscure society during Ireland’s economic Celtic Tiger boom. LUKE O’RIELLY meets and has an affair with a Philippine nurse, causing difficult to deal with complications for him. Over a time, wrestling with his inner motivations and related actions, he is swept away by forces outside of his conscious control.
Blazing Angels 2 has more than 50 different planes to choose from, many featuring self-guided missiles. Up to 16 players can work together on squad-based missions, deathmatches, or rounds of capture the flag. CHALLENGES & HINTS To gain ...
Author: Bendik Stang
Publisher: Book of Games
"Explores more than one hundred of the latest and most exciting video games, providing information of great interest to gamers and parents. Sorted by genre, each game is presented on a two-page spread including an informative game summary with challenges and hints, a description of key gameplay activities, average game score, parental age information and game complexity. Nine illustrative screen shots show the game in action; and if you like what you see, check out the list of similar games at the bottom of each page"--Publisher's website (viewed April 21, 2008).
Kenzie Big Blazing Squad member (fortysecond from the left ontheir CD cover). I was listening to him speak. He seems to end every sentence with the phrase 'nah ah mean!' Are we youths supposed to speak like that?
Author: Adam Pearson
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Troy Brown resumes his diary. Now he is seventeen and he desperately wants to leave home and start his life as a bachelor. He has just been dumped by his first proper girlfriend and not because he has ‘accidentally’ cheated on her twice during their relationship. She wants to play the field. Most of his friends have moved away from the island and life out of school proves to be quite a challenge for him. Troy is forced to grow up because of his incredible ability to make mistakes. His mistakes as usual are of a sexual nature and the consequences of unprotected sex begin to appear, seemingly out of thin air. Faced with fatherhood and separation from his children, Troy’s attitude to life changes forever. His main concern isn’t football anymore – it is how the hell he is going to be able to be a real father to his children and how many children has he got? Of course his life is full of the other problems associated with day-to-day life. Will he ever find true love? Will he ever find a job that he is truly happy in? Can he solve a murder mystery? Can he avoid being murdered himself? Will he ever be able to be a true father to his children? All of these questions are answered in this book. If you thought that being a fifteen-year old virgin was enough of a rollercoaster ride for Troy - read on. This year and a half of his life may leave you needing to ingest a large dose of motion pills.
I remember her doing makeup for celebrities like Blazing Squad, and sometimes wewere allowed to go and watch her at work. SoI thinkwe picked up some tips from that. The only thing that bothersme aboutmakeup on young girlsis how soon ...
Author: Sam Faiers
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Welcome to the glam and fab world of Sam Faiers - star of the hit TV programme The Only Way is Essex. Read on to find out what it takes to be a REAL Essex Girl. The Oxford Dictionary definition of an 'Essex Girl': A brash, materialistic young woman of a type supposedly found in Essex or surrounding areas in the south-east of England. The Sam Faiers definition of an 'Essex Girl': A stylish, hard-working, big-hearted and family-minded young woman found in Brentwood or nearby areas (and Marbs). At the start of 2010 Sam Faiers was a normal 19-year-old girl from Brentwood: she was working in a local bank, plotting a glamour modelling career and planning what outfit to wear to Sugar Hut. Then the first episode of TOWIEaired, and suddenly Sam was catapulted into a world of champagne cocktails, TV studios, nightclubs and paparazzi. In Living Life the Essex Way, Sam lifts the lid on her childhood, her rise to fame and her beauty regime, as well as her dating rules, dealing with instant fame, the men in her life and what really goes on behind the scenes on the hit ITV2 show.
He no longer cared if he lived or died and like a madman filled with rage, he threw himself at the enemy with his weapons blazing. Squad Leader Brel had racked up many kills since he had first flown into the fray.
Author: BJ Bennett
From the stars above a sound is approaching. It is the sound of battle . It is the sound of war . It is the sound of . THUNDER IN SPACE The year is 2120 A.D. When an alien race known as the Zidians invades the solar system bent on the conquest and enslavement of Mankind, it's up to Jack Thunder, and the men and women of the United States Space Force to defend the Earth. The Zidians are amongst the most feared warriors in the Galaxy. They have spread their Empire across a thousand light years, conquering one world after another. Now they have their eyes on Earth. They send a huge war fleet, led by their most brilliant military leader, Commander Akdon. But the Earth is much more than the Zidians expect. The Humans have just emerged from a terrible conflict known as the Pirate Wars. They are battle hardened and armed to the teeth. The mighty Zidians have at last run into a race of beings as aggressive and warlike as themselves. The most colossal war in the history of mankind unfolds as fleets of Starships engage in battles of epic proportions. Carnage and destruction is spread across the Solar System as both Humans and Zidians strive for victory no matter the cost. Yet unbeknownst to either side there is yet a third power at play.....
The camp has not yet been built, and the blazing squad has arrived. Guo Huai is fighting and repulsing the squadron. Zhuge Liang was sent to the army several times because he could not keep up with the grain, so that his ambition could ...
Author: Sima Guang
Zi Zhi Tong Jian (Chinese: 资治通鉴;English: "Comprehensive Mirror in Aid of Governance") is a pioneering reference work in Chinese historiography, published in 1084 in the form of a chronicle. In 1065 AD, Emperor Yingzong of Songordered the great historian Sima Guang (1019–1086 AD) to lead with other scholars such as his chief assistants Liu Shu, Liu Ban and Fan Zuyu, the compilation of a universal history of China. The task took 19 years to be completed,and, in 1084 AD, it was presented to his successor Emperor Shenzong of Song. The Zizhi Tongjian records Chinese history from 403 BC to 959 AD, covering 16 dynasties and spanning across almost 1,400 years,and contains 294 volumes (巻) and about 3 million Chinese characters. The principal text of the Zizhi Tongjian was recorded on 294 Juan, or Volume (Chinese: 卷), which are scrolls corresponding to a volume, chapter, or section of the work. The text is a chronological narrative of the history of China from the Warring States to the Five Dynasties. Sima Guang left the traditional usage in Chinese historiography. For almost 1,000 years since the Shiji was written, standard Chinese dynastic histories had primarily divided chapters between annals (紀) of rulers, and biographies (傳) of officials. In Chinese terms, the book changed the format of histories from biographical style (紀傳體) to chronological style (編年體), which is better suited for analysis, activism and criticism. According to Wilkinson: "It had an enormous influence on later Chinese historical writing, either directly or through its many abbreviations, continuations, and adaptations. The 294 Juan sweep through 11 Chinese historical periods (Warring States, Qin, Western Han, Eastern Han, Three Kingdoms, Jin and the Sixteen Kingdoms, Southern and Northern Dynasties, Sui, Tang, and Five Dynasties). It was one of the largest historical magna opera in history. The book consisted of 294 chapters, of which the following number describe each respective dynastic era: 1.5 chapters - Zhou (1046-256 BC) 2.3 chapters - Qin (221-207 BC) 3.60 chapters - Han (206 BC-220 AD) 4.10 chapters - Wei (220-265) 5.40 chapters - Jin (265-420) 6.16 chapters - Liu Song (420-479) 7.10 chapters - Qi (479-502) 8.22 chapters - Liang (502-557) 9.10 chapters - Chen (557-589) 10.8 chapters - Sui (589-618 AD) 11.81 chapters - Tang (618-907) 12.6 chapters - Later Liang (907-923) 13.8 chapters - Later Tang (923-936) 14.6 chapters - Later Jin (936-947) 15.4 chapters - Later Han (947-951) 16.5 chapters - Later Zhou (951-960) The book includes volume 69 to 78 covering Wei Regime among a series of books of Zi Zhi Tong Jian.
I looked back at the blazing squad car racing toward the recycling plant. As we completed our turn, the buildings obstructed my line of sight. The screeching of tires against asphalt broadcasted the enforcer had a new course.
Author: Kamuela Kaneshiro
Publisher: Kamuela Kaneshiro
Getting rid of an article of trash can be difficult, there never seems to be any rubbish bins around when you need one. However this is a simple chore compared to the frustration and complexity of disposing a friend’s dead body. "I Didn’t Mean to Kill My Best Friend" is a novella about two friends and their quest to dispose of a mutual friend’s body. Throughout the night, the duo is faced with various obstacles that prevent them from accomplishing their goal. "I Didn’t Mean to Kill My Best Friend" is a comedic, entertaining look at the difficulties associated with this grim task. *Featured ebook at the San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Word count: 12,172 - Professionally formatted and edited. What people are saying about this book: Rebecca Hurst (5 out of 5) - U.K. Brilliantly funny! A wonderful debut, sharp and witty with a distinctly fresh writing style and new approach to the genre. This novella, 'I didn't mean to kill my best friend' is an intelligent investigation of the relationship of two friends, and uses the murder of their mutual friend to explore how little things about your friendship can lead to the stickiest of ends! What I loved most about this book was the visual elements, and I could very well imagine it as a manga, illustrated novel and film. ------------ Defaye (5 out of 5) - U.K. Exciting, Funny, Thrilling. A really entertaining short story. Read it in one session and was glued to it. If you like a bit of a thrill, the plot is bang on. The story revolves around two friends trying to ditch their murdered, mutual friend. Coupled along the way with satirical humour and moments of suspense. Can already imagine a film adaptation. ------------ Sheila Deeth (4 out of 5) - U.S. Grim, humorous, odd and a fun short tale. Two Steves make the beginning of this short story a little confusing, but the confusion's part of the tale so it has to be excused. The characters aren't particularly pleasing, but their dilemma evokes memories of comedy movies and there's an enjoyable inevitability to their inept efforts to both salve their consciences and get rid of the best friend / worst enemy's body. While the conclusion is bounded by odd coincidence it has a certain logic of its own, preset by the story's direction. And there are some cleverly amusing discussions on the nature of life, death and relationships. The author has a nice touch with dialog and a casual off-beat humor. And the first person narration, mixing present tense thoughts with action in past tense, works surprisingly well. Short, definitely not sweet, but entertaining in a grimly satirical way.
As celebrating citizens light up the night with gunfire and blazing squad cars, I will watch the ten o'clock news and be glad that I don't live there. Because this summer I will have no greater concern than how to cut my lawn in those ...
Author: Steve Rushin
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
Category: Sports & Recreation
Steve Rushin, a four-time finalist for the National Magazine Award, has been hailed as one of the best sportswriters in America. In The Caddie Was a Reindeer he circumnavigates the globe in pursuit of extreme recreation. In the Arctic Circle, he meets ice golfers. In Minnesota, he watches the National Amputee Golf Tournament, where one participant tells him, “I literally have one foot in the grave.” Along the way, Rushin meets fellow travelers like Joe Cahn, a professional tailgater who confesses aboard the RV in which he lives: “It’s wonderful to see America from your bathroom.” And even Rushin has logged fewer miles in pursuit of extreme recreation than Rich Rodriguez, a marathon roller-coaster rider who makes endless loops for entire summers on coasters around the world. The Caddie Was a Reindeer is a ride to everywhere: to south London (where Rushin downs pints with the King of Darts), to the Champs-Elysees (where the author indulges in “excessive nightclubbing” with World Cup soccer stars), and to Japan (where Rushin eats soba noodles with the world champion of competitive eating). Enlightening, hilarious, and unexpectedly heartwarming, this collection is not a body of work: it’s a body of play.
A squad attempted to escape by ducking o› the trail into the jungle. ... The men snared by vines were speckled by blazing jelly clinging to their bodies like fiery glue, while their fifth was completely incinerated by the primary ...
Author: Ray Pezzoli, Jr.
This memoir relates the author’s experiences during his year-long tour of duty in the early days of American involvement in Vietnam. Serving in Bravo Company of the 1st Infantry Division, Ray Pezzoli provided protection for engineers constructing the deep water port in Cam Ranh Bay. From July 11, 1965, through June 22, 1966, he dealt with the ever-present threat of Viet Cong guerilla attacks, never knowing whether the Vietnamese natives he met might be friends or enemies. And as an Army reporter, he recorded some of his experiences in print and photographs. From guard duty to bathing practices, Pezzoli describes the daily life of soldiers with the keen eye of a journalist while also questioning the wisdom of extensive media involvement during wartime. Unique to his story is the dual perspective of infantryman and journalist; Pezzoli never forgot his military objective, and tallied at least 11 kills. The memoir provides a moving narrative not only of his service but of his culture shock on returning to America. An appendix provides additional information about Vietnam, including its history before and after American involvement. The author’s photographs from the time are included.
Left to right: Joel Kinnaman, Margot Robbie, Will Smith, and Jai Courtney, Suicide Squad (Atlas Entertainment/DC Comics, ). ... Moving toward the light blazing into the sky, the squad encounters reptilian humanoids, the result of ...
Author: Kim R. Holston
Category: Performing Arts
Science fiction, fantasy and horror movies have spawned more sequels and remakes than any other film genre. Following Volume I, which covered 400 films made 1931-1995, Volume II analyzes 334 releases from 1996 through 2016. The traditional cinematic monsters are represented--Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolf Man, a new Mummy. A new wave of popular series inspired by comics and video games, as well as The Lord of the Rings trilogy, could never have been credibly produced without the advances in special effects technology. Audiences follow the exploits of superheroes like Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Thor, and such heroines as the vampire Selene, zombie killer Alice, dystopian rebels Katniss Everdeen and Imperator Furiosa, and Soviet spy turned American agent Black Widow. The continuing depredations of Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger and Michael Myers are described. Pre-1996 movies that have since been remade are included. Entries features cast and credits, detailed synopsis, critics' reviews, and original analysis.
overtime because I had one squad car immediately behind me coming from an easterly direction, I saw two more squad cars racing toward me from the west, I saw another squad car blazing in my direction coming from the north on different ...
Author: Scott D. Gottschalk
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Nine Lives to Eternity is a true chronicle of cheating death time and again. This inspirational and faith-driven human triumph details the aftermath of my many harrowing experiences and mishaps, any of which should have resulted in certain death. Each time, I was somehow incessantly saved by guardian angels. The numerous near-death experiences accounted for twenty-six fractured bones and rendered me unconscious on five separate occasions, yet somehow I lived to tell my compelling story of survival and triumph over death. By the release date of this book, the good Lord has allowed me to somehow, someway survive up until and beyond the celebration of my fifty-fifth birthday. Trust me when I reiterate that my life hasnt been a painless journey while defeating death on a habitual basis. Beginning as a mere infant at the age of nine months old and then continuing through fifty-five years, Ive cheated death again and again. During my lifes journey, Ive survived an unfathomable twenty-seven encounters with death. Ive escaped death through seven different machinery and equipment mishaps. Ive avoided horse or mule death challenges no fewer than five times. Although one of my lifes greatest pleasures has always been motorcycling, Ive paid a price by suffering through five singular accidents that should have terminated my life. Few in life could survive even one automobile crash, yet Ive lived to describe three separate vehicular collisions. In addition, Ive escaped death from toxic fumes twice and twice averted death threats while working within dangerous third world countries. Ive even fallen from a rooftop, nearly crashed in an airplane, and lived through a poisoning, yet by the grace of God, Ive failed to become a fatality statistic. Ive often joked that for every day in which I dont read my own name within a newspaper obituary column that becomes a really good day for me. To survive so many brushes with death is difficult to absorb. My goal-driven ambitions have unfortunately brought me to the threshold of death numerous times. Ive driven myself to limits that few would attempt. Early in life, I set a goal for myself to try and fit three lifetimes of experiences into my short time on this planet. As a youth, I never believed that I would survive beyond an age of forty years. Most certainly, my high-risk behaviors reduced my odds for a lengthy existence. As my life unfolded, the numerous encounters with death became staggering. Between the ages of nine months up until nine years, I faced death three times. From the ages of ten years through my nineteenth birthday, death crossed my pathway four more times. During my tumultuous twenties from the ages of twenty years through twenty-nine years, I survived eight separate death encounters. Between the ages of thirty years through thirty-nine years, my chances of death slowed down to two. By the ages of forty years through forty-nine years, the Grim Reaper visited me on three separate occasions. As I reached midlife, I discovered that the pace of my death engagements was increasing. From the ages of fifty years through fifty-five years, Id already amassed five singular close encounters with death. Perhaps that assertion should come as no surprise. Since reaching my fifties, Id done little to slow down or reduce my zest for life and risk-taking determination. Few adults when faced with their own midlife crisis will attempt such outlandish feats as mountain climbing to the summit of Devils Tower in Wyoming or riding a motorcycle nonstop for ten thousand miles or consulting in the midst of a war within the country of Afghanistan. Im thankful for each and every day that Im allowed the privilege of living. I try to give thanks and praise to my Lord every day for granting me the tenacity to overcome even the worst of survival odds. Through my strong faith and spirituality, and by never accepting defeat, Ive been able to constantly repel the onset of death.
Author: David Stuart AlexanderPublish On: 2001-09-01
squad by wireless tactical Email that they had outflanked the enemy detachment and were preparing to attack and crush them. ... The squad moved in, guns blazing, while Hunterfly's team brought up the rear to finish the job.
Author: David Stuart Alexander
Marine Force One is a special detachment of the Marine Corps whose prowess in combat and specialized training sets them apart from the average grunt. They charge where others retreat, and succeed where others fail. They are the best America’s got. As tensions continue to build between North and South Korea, Marine Force One is sent on a recon mission that reveals North Korea’s plans to use chemical weapons against the South. But before they can report to H.Q., they are ambushed and overwhelmed by a relentless pursuit force. Now, the battered and bloody team must take out the chemical weapons on their own and make it across the border alive.
His eyes bloodshot, Sergeant Epheus took command of Rowen's squad. He held a blazing torch in each hand, one of which he passed to the nearest soldier. “This way, lads,” he said. “Keep close and stay in formation. If you spot a demon, ...
Author: Michael Meyerhofer
Publisher: Red Adept Publishing, LLC
The Dragonkin Trilogy Box Set Wytchfire: In the dragon-haunted land of Ruun, Rowen Locke has been many things: orphan, gravedigger, mercenary. All he ever wanted was to become a Knight of Crane and wield a kingsteel sword against horrors he's known since childhood. But that dream crumbled—replaced by a new nightmare. War is overrunning the realms, and in a world where no one is blameless, the time has come for one disgraced man to decide which side he’s on. Knightswrath: Rowen Locke has achieved his dream of becoming a Knight of the Crane, and he now bears Knightswrath, the legendary sword of Fâyu Jinn. But the land remains torn, and though Rowen suffers doubts, he would see it healed. His knightly order is not what it seems, though, and allies remain thin. When Rowen and his friends seek an alliance with the forest-dwelling Sylvs, a tangle of events results in a midnight duel that teaches Rowen a dangerous lesson and leaves him with a new companion of uncertain loyalties. The sadistic Dhargots still threaten the kingdoms, but another menace lurks in the shadows, playing a game none can see. As Rowen struggles to prove his worth—to his allies and to himself—chaos raises its hand to strike. A price must be paid, and not even the wielder of Knightswrath will remain untouched. Kingsteel: Rowen Locke has won the battle. But from the shadows comes an ancient enemy--a calculating and merciless foe who has been waiting centuries for the chance to strike. Despite all he has already suffered and sacrificed, Rowen finds himself mired in a war bigger and more terrible than anything he could have imagined. The world’s only hope lies in Knightswrath, whose hard-won powers he has only begun to understand, let alone control. Calling upon unlikely new allies, Rowen must raise an army to defeat the vengeful Dragonkin before everything he loves becomes a smoldering ruin.
Covered by the blazing M60's, Sergeant Savage managed to withdraw his squad toward the platoon, carrying the M79 of the dead grenadier, who lay sprawled where he had fallen, a .45-caliber pistol clutched in his right hand.
Author: John A. Cash
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Based on official army records, these eyewitness accounts offer a brief history of the Vietnam conflict from 1965 to 1968, conveying the heroism and horror of warfare.
The police found a charred body, presumably the owner, in the still-blazing vehicle. But an hour later a seriously burned man showed up at the local emergency room. He gave the doctors a cock-and-bull story about how he was injured.
Author: Edna Buchanan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
"Like all things good and bad in the world, it began with a woman..." And so begins the first chapter of Edna Buchanan's Cold Case Squad, a new suspense novel that features a special homicide unit that breathes new life into old cases. A man and a woman are shot dead at a strip club in Miami Beach. A few hours later, an explosion in a garage rocks a child's birthday party and burns a father of three to death. The murders go unsolved and the fire is chalked up to an accident. But was it an accident? Twelve years later, a blonde walks in to the Miami Police Department's Cold Case Squad -- which Buchanan fans will remember from The Ice Maiden -- and complains that she's been seeing her husband everywhere she goes. Trouble is, he's been dead for twelve years. In Buchanan's characteristic voice, "Some guys just don't know when to let go." As the Cold Case Squad unearths the details of the strip club deaths and the dead or missing father -- as well as the unsolved killings of a series of little old ladies -- readers get to know the three cops and their boss: veteran homicide detective Sergeant Craig Burch, whose marriage has turned into a case he can't solve; Detective Sam Stone, for whom the past will always be a mystery; Detective Pete Nazario, airlifted out of Cuba during "Operation Pedro Pan" in the 1960s; and Lieutenant K. C. Riley, for whom one case will never grow cold. Edna Buchanan has been thrilling readers since her Pulitzer Prize-winning stint as a crime reporter for The Miami Herald. The Chicago Tribune once raved that "few writers can touch Buchanan," to which The Washington Post Book World seemed to respond, "I doubt if anyone else is doing it better." In Cold Case Squad, Edna Buchanan, the woman the Los Angeles Daily News calls "the Queen of crime," delivers unlikely killers, near-perfect murders, and her most suspenseful novel yet.
“Gold leader to all surrounding fighters, am taking my squad in,” came a voice over each radio. Four of the SpaceCorps fighters broke away, from the main group, and, guns blazing, headed straight towards ...
Corsi watched as a squad of Bringloidi rushed the hillock to the north, weapons blazing, while another squad of cloned gunmen climbed the grassy knoll at the other end of the plaza. The chants were replaced by screams, and an orange ...
Author: William Leisner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
#57 STARFLEET CORPS OF ENGINEERS Centuries ago, the S.S. Mariposa transported two sets of colonists -- one a "back-to-nature" group called the Bringloidi, the other a collection of scientists -- to new worlds. Over a decade ago, the Starship Enterprise™ brought the colonies back together as a solution to two problems -- the Bringloidi had lost their home to solar flares, and the Mariposans faced a breeding crisis brought about by their use of cloning. However, the union has not been as fruitful as Captain Picard had hoped, and now the S.C.E. team of the U.S.S. da Vinci has been called in to solve the Mariposans problem -- but will the solution be even worse than the problem? OUT OF THE COCOON
The Strange Case of THE BLAZING HURRICANE AND THE CANARY - LOVING FIREBUG F \ IRE departments have homicide squads , too . They don't call them that , but when you get right down to it , since fire is essentially murderous , that is ...