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Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

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The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Circle, and this is what it said:

Circle

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Mighty

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Today The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt called Mighty, and this is what it said:

Mighty

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Alien: Covenant | Prologue: The Crossing | 20th Century FOX by 20th Century Fox:

In the scene above which is from the movie Alien: Covenant, the android David 8 (David) said a quote from the sonnet Ozymandias by the Percy Bysshe Shelley, which was:

Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!

Ozymandias – As Read by Bryan Cranston: Breaking Bad by AMC:

The end,

-John Jr

Grit

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Today The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt called Grit, and this is what it said:

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I once saw the 1969 film True Grit:

And then I watched the 2010 remake True Grit:

Both films were pretty good, it is almost a tie, but I possibly slightly liked the original better but I am not sure.

This morning I ate some grits for breakfast along with a few other things.

The end,

-John Jr

Dash

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Yesterday The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt called Dash, and this is what it said:

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Sunny

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Today The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt called Sunny, and this is what it said:

Sunny

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I once had a male pet dog named Sunny, which was the name that was given to him by his original owners, and he was a mixed-breed dog that was a combination of a St. Bernard and maybe a Rottweiler and / or another breed.

We got Sunny for free from a male soldier and his girlfriend or wife who were stationed at Fort P, the male soldier and his girlfriend or wife were going to be moving a lot, and so they decided to give Sunny away to a new home.

I think that maybe they put an ad (advertisement) in the newspaper and maybe that is how we found out about this, and so we drove to Fort P to pick Sunny up during the evening or night.

We had Sunny for many years until he finally died one day.

The end,

-John Jr