Alex was living the life. His life. He worked as a convenience store clerk to pay for his games and books. At 26 years old, he was living the high life of a loner. But a bullet hole in the head ended all that. There was only one problem: he wasn’t supposed to die that day.
Everyone has a time and a day that they are meant to die. That was not supposed to be Alex’s day. So God gave him a choice. Option 1: Soul for soul. He could take the life of the person who was meant to die that day, become that person, and completely forget who “Alex” was. Or option 2: Keep being Alex, and transition to a world where magic was real, a world where God would give him the tools to survive.
Alex, who loved fantasy stuff like a crack addict, picked Option 2. So God threw him through a black portal. Once on the other side, and on another world, little did Alex know that those tools would be the ability to use all five Elemental magics. Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Mind. The kicker? The English language seems to trigger them.
Now, Alex is in for a world of adventure as he jokingly called himself “The Elemental Summoner,” but he didn’t know that title was feared by everyone in the world of Boromour. Because once every thousand years, an Elemental Summoner was born who could wield all five Elementals magics and usually ended up destroying everything around them in their quest for power.
But, Alex meets sexy, and powerful in their own rights, monster girls who might just be able to temper his power to not become evil.
This series contains the unabridged text, mayhem, monster girls, fluffy tails, and just plain lots of magic.
I recently got a rating that qualified me for VR&E / Voc Rehab. I was under the impression that this would allow me to save the rest of my Post 9/11 GI Bill, which I have already been using, for graduate school.
I applied and was deemed eligible for VR&E, but the ed plan and school approval are still pending. In the meantime, it looks like my Post 9/11 has already been frozen. I can squeeze by without a month of rent money, but summer tuition is going to be a problem.
Is there actually any advantage to VR&E vs Post 9/11, if I've already started using Post 9/11? It looks like I was mistaken about the way months are counted. Also, an "irrevocable decision" button has appeared on eBenefits.
I just want to begin saying I don't hate lefties by any means, I have a lot of people I love deeply that happen to be left wing, but I can't really understand.
They seem to hate everything I love and care about everything that I don't.
I think monarchies are awesome, lefties hate them guts. My religion, and most religions to be honest, are really dear to me, liberal folks are secular as hell. I Love my country, my traditions and culture and I feel proud about my history, but the folks on the other side despise the same things. They are really touchy about some stuff like, stereotypes,genders and other stuff that comes by as funny or unimportant to me. People in the far right are completely crazy, but I can see where they are coming from, I also love God and country, just not to that toxic exageration.
And all this makes me very nervous because it seems that a part of societie that might as well have come from another planet wants to drastically change all that humanity build in 50 centúria of history with their weird gender identities and abstract art( that is really awful by the way, what was the problem with stuff like the Mona Lisa?). I just wish everybody could live in peace and harmony but they are so weird and angry sometimes. Do you left wing people feel the same about right wing people? If so how could we achieve peace?
TL,DR: left wing people are very weird to me and I can't understand them. I just wish we could all be friends.
The family that wont pick up the poop in their own back yard, and then refuses to help when Victoria starts picking up by herself. We were laughing and shouting at the TV here. The audacity! Eventually the kids helped, but the parents are irredeemable.