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The officer’s Instagram account, @TNorman23, vaulted past a million followers after the recent mass shootings of officers in Dallas and Louisiana, and a crush of media interviews took him off the streets for days and made him one of North Little Rock’s most visible celebrities.For Norman, 43, defying the racial tensions that have fed conflict between the police and the public has been as natural as showing love to his own big, diverse family.Police believe “multiple shooters” were involved in a gunfight that left at least 28 people injured at a nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas.Officers said via Twitter that all those injured at the Power Ultra Lounge are alive and one who was previously listed in critical condition is now stable.The flora, fauna, and customs of Gor are intricately detailed. John Lange, a professor of philosophy and a classical scholar—often delights in ethnography, populating his planet with the equivalents of Roman, Greek, Native American, Viking, and other cultures.In the novels, these various population groups are transplants from Earth brought there by space-craft through the behind-the-scenes rulers of Gor, the Priest-Kings, an extraterrestrial species of insectoid appearance.
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The books in the series are known as The Scrolls among some members of the Gorean subculture.
"The Counter-Earth, or Antichthon, is from Greek cosmology. One of the premises of the Gorean series is that a race of aliens, whom we might speak of as the Priest-Kings, have a technology at their disposal compared to which ours would be something like that in the Bronze Age."  "I think, pretty clearly, the three major influences on my work are Homer, Freud, and Nietzsche.
Tommy Norman was on patrol as a North Little Rock police officer when a group of kids saw his cruiser and ran inside an apartment. So he knocked on the door, and the woman who answered asked why. “They didn’t do nothing, but they ran from me,” Norman replied. So I brought them out and talked to them, and she thanked me for that.” It was an example in community bridge-building for Norman, who says being a police officer was his lifelong dream.
He just never dreamed his beat would be a hip-hop rhythm, or that the whole world would seemingly be on patrol with him.