The Roman’s Risky Recreation of Chariot Racing

Gladiators fighting against each other for their lives, humorous and witty plays, suspenseful chariot and foot racing, or a relaxed bathing in a tranquil pool. These are a few of the things Romans of the old world entertained themselves with. They enjoyed what was called ludi, meaning “Roman public games.” 177 days of the year …

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The Hidden Door

On one of my detective cases,this happened. As I was walking down the road humming a song, I got a call from my boss: Lacy:”We need a detective super fast will you be our detective?” (me) Kelly: “Of course!” Lacy:”Thank you!” I ran so fast that I ran past my FBI car, as soon as …

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