Monthly Archives: July 2015

Finding Home – Mutant 750

Finding Home Phil Eisenberg stared at the street outside the airport. He hadn’t seen anything larger than a deer path in 23 years. After being accidentally discovered by Seal Team 6 in Borneo, and in return saving a Seal Team … Continue reading

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Smart Skinny Guy – Mega Short Story

Smart Skinny Guy In terms of social popularity, smart skinny guys are always out. Go back millions of years and it’s the same. Four of us blundered into the globe of light before it collapsed. Clay and Giselle were boyfriend/girlfriend. … Continue reading

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Too Much Power – Friday Fictioneers

Too Much Power In the little town of Brea, Pennsylvania, everyone expected the usual withering July heat during the Summer Festival. Instead they found snow covering everything. Opinions about it varied widely. “And all those liberals keep talking about Global … Continue reading

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At Last, An Explanation – Gargleblaster Microstories #223

“We found a bullet lodged in the Senator’s brain,” said the coroner. “It destroyed a significant amount of brain tissue.” “So that killed him,” said Lieutenant Lieberman. “Nope.” “It doesn’t explain his sudden death?” “No, but it does explain his … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Half and Half

This week at the weekly photo challenge, the topic is: Half and half. We’re looking for pictures with a clear line between it or two distinct parts. I took a few liberties with this one in some cases, and in … Continue reading

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A Torturous Misunderstanding – Mondays Finish the Story

A Torturous Misunderstanding The petroglyphs told the story of an unusual event. Kent and Jamie gazed intensely at the Peruvian Stones. “It tells of the joyful and enlightening meeting between humans and aliens,” said Kent. “Wow, how do know this … Continue reading

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Wasting Time – Sunday Photo Fiction

Wasting Time It hadn’t been easy for for Admiral Marks since his Battle Group (BATGRU 13) unexpectedly slipped through a portal into another dimension of magic. The laws of physics worked just the same in this other dimension. Every piece … Continue reading

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