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until we meet again... The healing stone failed, as Thor knew it would. Each of the last ten stones had helped less and less, and now they were completely ineffective. He stared helplessly at his younger brother, and Loki stared back blankly. Sighing, the larger man stood up and walked outside. It was times like this that he wanted to do something rash like kill Odin, even though he knew that it wouldn't do. After all, Odin was still his father, and Asgard would never accept a patricidal king. The wind whipping in his face reflected his tormented mood, rising into a tempest. Abruptly, two arms closed around his torso from behind, and the howling gusts stilled.
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"Loki," whispered Thor, looking out over the destruction he had caused.
"Enough, Thor. There is nothing left to do." Loki shivered, resting his head against his brother's back. Thor turned and slung his red cloak aro
The Tour Tradegedy: Chapter 5On May 13th 1999, high school Alex Browning has a premonition that the Volée Flight 180 will explode on its way to Paris France departing from the JFK Airport in Mt. Abraham ,New York. Shortly after Alex takes his seat fellow high school students
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Blake Dreyer and Christa Marsh kindly ask him to switch seats, so that they can sit together. Alex looks up and sees his friend Tod Waggener, gesturing not to. Ignoring, his friend Alex agrees to get up and switch seats, where he is forced to sit next to his now angry friend. Then, out of nowhere, the tray in front Alex breaks, surprised Alex pulls out the screw. The plane then takes off ,leaving the airport behind, almost instantly beginning to rattle and shake in the air. Alex begins to get very concerned even though, the shaking stopped almost as quickly as it started ,but then a few seconds later, the shaking returns ,more violently and rapidly then it was the first time and oxygen masks drop out in front of t
Fucked Up Things 1For the fifteenth night in a row, Frank was lying awake in his bed, tossing and turning, running his shaking fingers through his hair. He had no idea what kept him up every single night like this ever since he moved into his new apartment, and he'd never experienced anything like this ever before, but he was already getting sick of it. The really messed up part was that it wasn't getting any better either, it started with him just feeling uncomfortable at night in the apartment, and he figured that it was normal. But two weeks in to living in the apartment had just made it worse, he was too scared to even go to the bathroom at night at this point. At one point he actually thought he'd seen something swish past his bedroom door.
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Frank kept telling himself that it was normal to feel like this in a new place, but sleeping for about three hours per night was getting annoying, and it was not something he'd like to get used to.
Frank sighed deeply, he knew that he wasn't going to get any sle