Monthly Archives: January 2017

Chicken Soup

Little Sammy constantly invented things, more or less with success. He melted the blender once, and blew up lawnmowers twice. But he wasn’t the primary worry of local residents. It was the Razor Gang. They robbed houses, extorted small businesses, … Continue reading

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Hannah Pics!

It’s been a while since I posted pics of young Hannah. She growing well and talks frequently, though often unintelligibly. Her favorite new word is “Really?” We’re happy to say she seems to have absorbed our love of birds. She’s … Continue reading

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The Giveaway

Travis Trapper, world-renowned monster hunter, stood on the deck of the sailboat, cursing. All around him, equipment blinked and bleeped and glowed. A vast array of sensors dipped into the water. The screen on the $150,000 detector gear showed nothing. … Continue reading

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Look in the Eyes

Hiroshi sat at the pond, shinai across his legs. He watched the languid movement of the Koi, seeking serenity. At that moment, he had none. Hiroshi was a Kendo Master, the finest Kenoka in all Japan. He had never lost … Continue reading

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An Easy Victory

Everyone was relaxed after the alien invasion. Colonel Harrigan stepped out of the vehicle carrier. Major Park joined him to chat. “I still can’t believe we crushed the alien invasion in only three weeks,” said Park. “Our scientists explained why,” … Continue reading

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Miscommunication

Guang-Li had long owned the “Mandarin” restaurant. For decades, Peking Duck hung from the ceiling beside the massive Foo Dogs (Guardian Lions) just inside the entrance. But times were changing. Health inspectors regularly fined Guang-Li for the Peking Duck. They … Continue reading

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The Wimpiest Man

The aliens had invaded, but that’s okay, they were repulsed. Everybody said the aliens all left. Unfortunately, the immense effort required collapsed most governments, but that’s okay. The big crime Bosses restored order. Four previous Bosses tried to take the … Continue reading

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