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stop being reasonable: a tortoise lies on its back waving its legs in the airGordon-Smith is a philosopher and reformed debater. Her mind was changed. She says it's time to stop being reasonable because coherent logical argument is futile when money-hungry agent provocateurs

Stop Being Reasonable by Eleanor Gordon-Smith

Gordon-Smith is a philosopher and reformed debater. Her mind was changed. She says it’s time to stop being reasonable because coherent logical argument is futile when money-hungry agent provocateurs

No Limits: a bearded man looks to the left

No Limits by Ellie Marney

No Limits for Harris Derwent, a bad boy but he’s not so bad that he wants to be a drug mule, not even when a friend offers him a job could get him out of his father’s house. Amie is a nursing assistant in the local hospital. Her Punjabi family ties keep her in this small town although she had dreams of being a photographer. They meet in hospital, Amie caring for Harris after he was shot helping a friend. Sargent Blunt, Amie’s father, encourages Harris to accept a job as a runner for a drug ring so Blunt can take down some local drug dealers before his health forces him to retire.