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Double trouble, double fun

Original Imagine: Imagine Aiden and Ethan falling in love with you at the same time, Imagine having a threesome with the twins, Imagine having the twins share you because even thought Ethan is gay he is very attracted to you and imagine sucking them off both at the same time and Imagine Stiles and Scott being protective of you, but you still having hot threesomes with Aiden and Ethan.

Author: Anna

Reader Gender: Female

Word Count: 1902

Warnings: I think I should warn for changing Ethan’s sexual orientation to bisexual, smut, anal sex and oral sex and I think that’s about it.

“Damn, I can’t believe she’s mine.” Aiden stared at you, his eyes watching how you were making homework, sitting in his bed room.
“Well….” Ethan blushed and scratched the back of his neck. He probably had never thought he could feel something like this for a girl, but it had happened and there was nothing he could do about her. “I want her to be mine too.” He turned his face towards his brother and for a moment they didn’t say anything. It was strange. Since they had been baby’s they had been sharing everything. They had been sharing toys, clothes, schoolbooks and even a bedroom, but they had never had to share their loves with each other. 

“Okay…” Aiden took a deep breath. “Let’s ask her, okay?” He shrugged his shoulders. A part of him was confident that you wouldn’t like him less, even if you would like his brother too, but a part of him knew all too well that Ethan was the softer twin, the more tender twin. He would be able to come up with a few reasons why anyone would pick his brother over him.
“Okay…” Ethan nodded, his arms crossed over his chest. He had always thought that he would only be happy with a guy, with a boy, but the jealousy he already felt because he was certain that you would not love him as much as you loved his brother proved him wrong.

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Ethanol From Corn Is Bad Policy, Especially In A Drought

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Colin Carter and Henry Miller, Corn for Food, Not Fuel

The drought has now parched about 60 percent of the contiguous 48 states. As a result, global food prices are rising steeply. Corn futures prices on the Chicago exchange have risen about 60 percent since mid-June, hitting record levels, and other grains such as wheat and soybeans are also sharply higher. Livestock and dairy product prices will inevitably follow.

More than one-third of our corn crop is used to feed livestock. Another 13 percent is exported, much of it to feed livestock as well. Another 40 percent is used to produce ethanol. The remainder goes toward food and beverage production.

Previous droughts in the Midwest (most recently in 1988) also resulted in higher food prices, but misguided energy policies are magnifying the effects of the current one. Federal renewable-fuel standards require the blending of 13.2 billion gallons of corn ethanol with gasoline this year. This will require 4.7 billion bushels of corn, 40 percent of this year’s crop.

Other countries seem to have a better grasp of market forces and common sense. […] Our government could learn from the Brazilian approach and direct the E.P.A. to waive a portion of the renewable-fuel standards, thereby directing corn back to the marketplace. Under the law, the E.P.A. would first have to determine that the program was causing economic harm. That’s a no-brainer, given the effects of sharply higher grain prices that are already rippling through the economy.

The price of corn is a critical variable in the world food equation, and food markets are on edge because American corn supplies are plummeting. The combination of the drought and American ethanol policy will lead in many parts of the world to widespread inflation, more hunger, less food security, slower economic growth and political instability, especially in poor countries.

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Any defense of the ethanol policy rests on fallacies, primarily these: that ethanol produced from corn makes the United States less dependent on fossil fuels; that ethanol lowers the price of gasoline; that an increase in the percentage of ethanol blended into gasoline increases the overall supply of gasoline; and that ethanol is environmentally friendly and lowers global carbon dioxide emissions.

The ethanol lobby promotes these claims, and many politicians seem intoxicated by them. Corn is indeed a renewable resource, but it has a far lower yield relative to the energy used to produce it than either biodiesel (such as soybean oil) or ethanol from other plants. Ethanol yields about 30 percent less energy per gallon than gasoline, so mileage drops off significantly. Finally, adding ethanol actually raises the price of blended fuel because it is more expensive to transport and handle than gasoline.

But do you hear any of our leaders calling for these sensible policy changes? Not with the energy and agribusiness lobbies throwing money at them.

50 shades of Ethan

Original Imagine: Imagine Ethan fulfilling your 50 shades of grey fantasy

Author: Anna

Reader Gender: Female 

Word Count:  2.224 words

Warnings: Hitting, scratching, bleeding, a little anal, an attempt to BDSM and not as much kink as you think it will contain. Ethan having sex with a girl, whips, clamps and clumsiness. 

Note: I’m so sorry for this mess, Charlie. You probably had something else in mind when answering my question with 50 shades and Ethan, but I’m too cute for that ;-)

You looked around and held your breath. You had never seen any of this before. And it wasn’t like you had never been in Ethan’s room. 

“And? Do you like it?” Ethan placed his hands on your shoulders and you nodded. You had a weird feeling in your stomach. Maybe you were just nervous, maybe you were a tiny bit afraid. Or maybe it was nothing more than excitement.
“I didn’t know you had all of this…” Your eyes were still wide open, while the room was only lit by a slightly bit of candlelight.

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