Ex Machina

Love me some Steampunk. artwork by Cris Ortega

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Never after

“Once upon a time, a wish, a promise of eternal love. A smile, a lie, a last kiss, and a simple ‘wait for me’. ‘Till death do us part’, you said, and Death will part us for sure. But to hold from that day forward, my enslaved soul was left down. And I hear the

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The sound of her wings

I’m going to be posting some Chris Ortega artwork here because I am so blown away by it. Artwork featuring the popular character Death of The Sandman series of Neil Gaiman.

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Category Archives: Darfur

Sudan and Largest Rebel Faction Sign Pact to End Carnage – New York Times

Sudan and Largest Rebel Faction Sign Pact to End Carnage The government of Sudan and the largest rebel faction fighting in the conflict in Darfur signed a pact today to end the carnage there. It’s not ideal and it’s definitely

Uncover Your Eyes

Kristof on Darfur Last fall President Bush declared the slaughter here in Darfur to be genocide, and then looked away. One reason for his paralysis is apparently the fear that Darfur may be another black hole of murder and mutilation,

As The Children See It

For the children of Darfur, like the children of Beslan it is often easier to put into drawings what is difficult to express through words. The Scotsman HOPING to gain a greater understanding of the genocide in Sudan, researchers from

NATO headed to Darfur?

At the moment NATO is pondering a request by the African Union to send forces into Darfur. Nato said the AU – whose troops monitor a fragile truce between Darfur rebels, government forces and pro-government militias – is seeking logistical

In Darfur, my camera was not nearly enough

Former Marine Capt. Brian Steidle recounts the 6 months he spent working as a U.S. military observer with the African Union in Darfur. A former Marine, I had arrived in Sudan’s Darfur region in September 2004 as one of three

but you are the world

Some estimates place the number of dead just over 100,000. From The Scotsman THE world is not doing enough to stop the “appalling” crimes of murder and rape in the Darfur region of Sudan, the United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan,

Don’t forget about Darfur

Petty Officer Third Class Eddie Beaver believes that the The United States can and should step in and lead the fight against genocide in the Sudan. NEARLY 60 YEARS AGO, Allied soldiers liberated Nazi concentration camps throughout Europe, bringing an