Time for a deal

“So, what have you learned today?” Mapper asked from across the metal table, his arms crossed in front of his chest, a smug look smeared across his face. I sat there in cuffs, staring at that smiling bastard with contempt. “It appears like you learned to listen to your partner when she have good advice, such as ‘quit while you’re ahead’. That was pure wisdom.” … Continue reading Time for a deal

The Show Must Go On: Chapter 5

CHAPTER FIVE       The next morning is filled with yawns and groans as I groggily go along. At lunch, I was woken up by a teacher and received a stern lecture about how today’s generation spends too much time staying up late partying and playing on our “doohickeys”. I just nodded my head in agreement, apologized, and kept going about my business.       … Continue reading The Show Must Go On: Chapter 5

“Freedom Rings”- April 1865: Johnson Takes Initiative, Attempting to Quell Southern Dissent

Andrew Johnson is overwhelmed. In the past month, he has been thrown into a presidency that he never expected to be a part of and is forced to deal with angry southerners and an issue brought on by previous administration. He has been sent over two hundred death threats in the past week, by sources who remain anonymous. His supporters are frustrated, wanting Johnson to … Continue reading “Freedom Rings”- April 1865: Johnson Takes Initiative, Attempting to Quell Southern Dissent