I don’t think this particular network marketing scheme is risk-free (Tatars).

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In the distance he heard loud shouts and sound of renewed strife, warning him that the Turks were recovering consciousness and engaging the Tatars with great fierceness The latter had scattered throughout the town, thinking themselves perfectly secure, so that not only were they unprepared to fight, but they became panic-stricken at seeing their foes return, as it seemed, from death to lifeTheir usual courage forsook them, and they ran, terrified, in every direction, only to be cut down by the revengeful Turkish simitars discontinue Orange stad, and then mail stop 1.200 B, followed by A rub a Rob was sitting upon the edge of a marble fountain in the center of the square when a crowd of victorious Turks appeared and quickly surrounded himThe boy paid no attention to their gestures and the Turks feared to approach him nearly, so they stood a short distance away and fired volleys at him from their rifles and pistols Rob glared at them scornfully, and seeing they could not injure him the Turks desisted; but they still surrounded him, and the crowd grew thicker every momentWomen now came creeping from their hiding places and mingled with the ranks of the men, and Rob guessed, from their joyous chattering, that the Turks had regained the city and driven out or killed the Tatar warriors

3 thoughts on “I don’t think this particular network marketing scheme is risk-free (Tatars).

  1. The first thing that came to mind
    I wrote a short paragraph once about how different tribes of warriors probably use different grouping words (much like grouping different animals).
    Actually, the first thing that came to mind was seafood, but I wanted to pretend that wasn’t the case.

  2. Most of that seems to come from a 1901 L. Frank Baum book called The Master Key: An Electrical Fairy Tale. I have received a lot of spam with random Baum passages in it; presumably it’s all in public domain now, but why him and not, say, Sinclair Lewis or Herman Melville?

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