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Doxxing Olympus, Part II

Wanting to impress his lover, young Hyacinth ran after the discus that Apollo threw—trying to catch it with his speed. A wind did blow and affected the trajectory of the discus. […]

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The Panathenaia, Part I

“Me?” Zeus didn’t like accusations. The sky darkened. Thunder rolled. For a moment, I thought he’d rain out my field day. But I did not give him the pleasure of a reaction. I stood my ground and stared at him as lightning shook the air around us. […]

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Doxxing Olympus Part I

Chloris, I know your secrets. You think you will become relevant to humanity again? You and your pretentious lot of god-complex deities? Not when I’m done with you all. […]

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Mail…

“You will never say anything about her in a demeaning or degrading way, am I clear? She is a beautiful woman who deserves respect. If you cannot treat her or anyone who comes into my office with a modicum of deference and respect, you can go right back to that cabaret where I found you. […]