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2 dead, 3 wounded Thursday in Chicago

Posted By telegraphlocal 9 hours ago on Entertainment

https://www.telegraphlocal.com - By | Rachel Brooks Staff | Telegraph Local  See | The New African Living Standard Above, a broadcast from WGN making a note of the uptick in Chicago homicides. Two people are dead and three others are injured after violent incidents in Chicago on Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Fox 32 also covered the story,... Read More
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Governor Keeps Illinois Dine-In Restaurants and Bars Closed Until May

Posted By telegraphlocal 1 day 9 hours ago on Entertainment

https://www.telegraphlocal.com - By | Rachel Brooks Staff | Telegraph Local  See | The New African Living Standard Above, a CBS broadcast shows how Fifty/50 Restaurant group steps in to feed employees who are left struggling because of the COVID-19 lockdown orders. Governor Pritzker has decided to keep all Illinois dine-in restaurants and bars closed until May. Until... Read More
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Chicago boy, 16, charged in armed robberies in Lincoln Park, Near North Side, and University Village

Posted By telegraphlocal 2 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.telegraphlocal.com - By | Rachel Brooks Staff | Telegraph Local  See | The New African Living StandardAbove, screen capture of CBS broadcast March 27. Chicago police changed schedules in the same week as these robberies due to 21 officers contracting COVID-19. A Chicago boy, aged 16, has been charged in armed robberies in Lincoln Park, near the... Read More
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001: Shiny Treasure or That Time SoraRabbit Blogged a Blog

Posted By SoraRabbit77 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.sorarabbit.com - Hello internets and people crawling on the internets. Welcome to my blog! Several things have brought me to start this thing. First off, several years ago my then-girlfriend now-wife suggested I try my hand at blogging about video games. Her reasoning was that she likes listening to me talk about the games I’ve played, so maybe others would too. I gave it a shot (more on that later) but didn't keep up with it. But now I find myself at a point where I can give it a more solid attempt. Almost two weeks ago the idea expanded and took hold and refused to let me go. So here I am now. I’ve got my coffee, my overheating laptop, the Final Fantasy IV OST playing for background, and I’m ready to blog the hell out of this blog. (I think that's the right terminology.)So who am I? You can call me Sora

002: SoraRabbit Loves Godzilla

Posted By SoraRabbit77 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.sorarabbit.com - Welcome back, everyone. I’m very pleased and flattered at the response to my first entry. It will take some time to gather a following, but so far I’ve had more readers than I expected. Now the trick will be in keeping you all coming back.I mentioned last time that this blog will not just be about video games, but rather about anything and everything that catches my interest. This means that quite often there will be some entries that are entirely self-indulgent. (Such as this one.) But hey, that’s what makes it fun for me. And I’ll try to keep it just as fun for all of you. Now, if we’re talking self-indulgence, there would be no better focus for this entry than this. I always used to tell people that Godzilla was my hero. I also told people I wanted to be Godzilla when I grow up. I wond

Covid 19 in Chicago – What you need to know to stay alive

Posted By telegraphlocal 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.telegraphlocal.com - By | Rachel Brooks Staff | Telegraph Local  See | The New African Living Standard Above, ABC 7 broadcast shows Cook County Health addressing Chicago COVID-19. Coronavirus rips through Chicago. The Cook County Department of Health has published a series of facts that will help you stay alive, as Governor Pritzker moves to extend shelter-in-place... Read More
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003: State of the Fandom Address #1

Posted By SoraRabbit77 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.sorarabbit.com - I know I said last time that I was going to post my review of King of the Monsters. But on a whim I decided to do an online poll (the first of many) to leave it up to my readers which topic I tackle next. Mario Party won in a landslide (8 to 2). However, I had a pretty bad week, so I was unable to finish that post as planned. I want to make it just right and take some more screenshots. So instead, I came up with an idea for a recurring concept post. Here is the first edition of the State of the Fandom Address!I plan to do these every so often. These will be shorter entries with a bit more of a random feel. I will be talking about items that interest me that may not have enough content for entire posts of their own. Consider them mini-reviews, recommendations, that sort of thing.This has b

004: Star Hoarder or That Time Mario Had a Party

Posted By SoraRabbit77 4 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.sorarabbit.com - As mentioned in my previous post, my first online poll dictated the next subject I would tackle would be Mario Party. So here we go!If you know me, you know I love me some board games. Some of my happiest memories are game nights either at my brother's houses or at my house in our game room. Cocoashade and I have a growing collection of tabletop games.

































Our collection.













My love of board games started in childhood, playing games like Monopoly, Sorry, Scrabble, Battleship... and lots more. When I became an adult, my play dropped off quite a bit, but my brothers helped me rediscover my love for tabletop games. I recall being invited to game night where they taught me how to play the Battle

020: SoraRabbit Watches: Ultra Q

Posted By SoraRabbit77 4 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.sorarabbit.com - Welcome to the third entry in the SoraRabbit Watches series. It also happens to be the third entry in my Ultra Series of blog posts. (That's twice as many things as most posts! What value!) In 009 I gave an overview of the Ultra Series. Also in 011, I took a close look at the episode Grow up! Little Turtle. Now I have watched through all 28 episodes of Ultra Q and am ready to give an overview and review of the whole thing.

































You got it, Ippei! (Credit: Tsuburaya Productions)













Ultra Q is the first entry in the Ultra Series, and came out in 1966. It was made by Tsuburaya Productions, and developed by Eiji Tsuburaya. It has no real relation to the many, many series that followed it, but it

Africa’s Biggest City on Lockdown to Curb Virus in Nigeria

Posted By telegraphlocal 4 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.telegraphlocal.com - By | Rachel Brooks Staff | Telegraph Local  See | The New African Living Standard Africa’s Biggest City on Lockdown to Curb Virus in Nigeria. Channels TV broadcast shows the Nigerian military is ready to enforce the shutdown.    France 24 reports that Nigeria, home to some of Africa’s most heavily populated municipalities, has moved to... Read More
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The Birth of Mancafar

Posted By brya23456 4 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.satyrcentral.com - by Reyadh Rahaman Chapter 1: Cannibal The darkness roared like black thunder as the first ate the second. The eldest of the tar-like sludge beings began its slow, deliberate rampage. It slowly consumed the second born of the planet. Its inky, slimy body oozed down the gaping maw of the first predator, known henceforth as the Cannibal.

It took a full turn of the red moon for the Cannibal to finish consuming its brother. Its tar-like body glistened in the dim starlight. It had no eyes, ears, nose, or tongue to sense its surroundings. All it could do was undulate aimlessly about until it found more prey.

It began to ooze to the East, spreading its viscous body thin and low to search as much surface area as it could. It took a full turn of the blue moon to find another of its brethren. When

005: All Hail the King!

Posted By SoraRabbit77 4 days ago on Entertainment

https://www.sorarabbit.com - As promised, here is my review/recap of Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Make yourselves comfortable, it's going to be a long one.First I feel the need to establish something: I don't like critics. This is actually relevant, since for some reason, critics tore apart this latest Godzilla movie. I don't know why I looked. I've been increasingly adverse to reading reviews as the years go on. Sometimes I give in to temptation, especially when it's something I've been looking forward to for several years and a franchise may or may not hang in the balance of how well it does. I loved the first American Godzilla. I, of course, am referring to the Legendary Pictures release of 2014, NOT the Jurassic Park-esque crapfest they did in 1996. I do not consider that to be Godzilla. (I WILL fight you.) On