Archive for October 2009

Guns Greed $ Aeroplanes

Oct 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Guns Greed and Aeroplanes

Jan 25 2006 08:00
San Francisco FBI Field Office
FBI Debriefing Room

“Two days ago we received word that a couple of jets, owned by Air America out of Phoenix, were repossessed from a private hanger here in Oakland.” Agent Anderson stated as he stared into a room full of Agents. All were US Government Agents, all of varying acronyms from most segments of the Department of Defense.

“I mean no disrespect to you Sir, but you’ve called us all here for a meeting to tell us about some insignificant aircraft repo. I think it would behoove us to focus on the joint DEA task force in Marin County we’ve been been working so hard on.” Agent Sherwood said sarcastically.

Agent Anderson had been in the FBI for so long that he failed to recognize humor, indifference, as well as sarcastic overtone.



Immutable: Memory

Oct 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Immutable, Novel Updates

Immutable: MemoryJody Whitaker is currently working on a novel titled “Immutable: Memory”.

Hes in the process of editing the current endeavor and writing down ideas for the next book in the series “Immutable: Witness”.

The Immutable series will be offered as a free serialized audiobook at Podiobooks.com. The author will follow in the large footsteps of another great and wonderful author Kimberly Steele. Although Jody hopes the series is as dark, interesting, sexual, historical, and taboo as the author of Forever Fifteen he gave it his best effort.



Interracial Couple Denied Marriage License

Oct 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Interracial News

I could under stand if it was 1966 or even if it was before June 13th 1967. But here in 2009 we shouldn’t have to go through this sort of thing. Here is the story via AP

A justice of the peace in northern Louisiana has refused to grant a marriage license to an interracial couple because he believes it would harm any children born of that relationship.