Monthly Archives: September 2017

Hungry

As hurricane Irma battered the Florida coast, thousands rushed into hastily organized shelters. “All I got was rice cereal!” whined Ben into the reporter’s microphone. His voluminous belly peeked out beneath his shirt. “What happened to ham and eggs with … Continue reading

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Technophilum Errantus

Dean and Holly drove to Hendricks Hill for some hiking and nature-time. Dean stopped the car to show off. “Look! My new HUD shows direction, speed, altitude!” “Uh huh,” said Holly. He took a pic of Hendricks Hill and displayed … Continue reading

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Cat Person

Nurse Swanson exited the examination room and handed her clipboard to Doctor Weatherby. “So, what’s going on with Mr. Jones?” he murmured, flipping through the pages. “He claims he’s a Cat Person,” said Swanson. “He says if he curls his … Continue reading

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Back to the Drawing Board

British efforts to produce stealthy military tanks proceeded apace, largely due to Dr. Pradesh. The slender scientist’s creative mind knew no boundaries. He built a reputation for attempting things no one else ever considered. While producing amazing results, Pradesh sometimes … Continue reading

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A Cute Dog

Jake peered through a gap in the rusted gate. “There it is. That’s the one Mr. Hewitt wants.” Anthony looked after him. It played in the back yard. “That’s the cutest dog I’ve ever seen!” “Yeah, it’s even got it’s … Continue reading

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