Monthly Archives: July 2018

Bargaining Position

Shinzo was beginning to question his girlfriend. She seemed overly concerned with material things, and he suspected she loved his inheritence more than him. All this came to a head at the shoe shop. Hiroko looked lovely in the red … Continue reading

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A Matter of Taste

David Wind Hawk hopped nimbly from rock to rock. He enjoyed being a tour guide, even though this marked the first time he got stuck with a politician and his lawyer. David gestured. “And here is Vulture Rock. Navaho legend … Continue reading

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The Tradeoff

The trio shuffled towards the boat. At their advanced age they proceeded slowly. “It’s a shame Human bodies wear out so quickly,” said Bernice. “True,” said Wade. “But we saw so much. The Pyramids, The Afghan markets.” “The living bridges … Continue reading

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A Study In Karma

Levi was desperately poor, living off the grid in the wilds of Appalachia. Some days, he didn’t eat, the hunting was so poor. He was quite surprised when he found a serial killer in his wild boar trap. He took … Continue reading

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The Misfire

On the tiny isle of Miklos, resorts sprouted up everywhere. The super-rich and the famous flocked to its opulent hotels and warm seas. Here, Niko plied his gold-digging trade. He found her sitting in a beach chair, broad-rimmed hat flowing … Continue reading

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Kerpow!

After Officer Moynihan started walking his new beat, crime rose for about two weeks. The crooks knew he had a prosthetic leg, and they figured he could never catch anyone. Unknown to them, Moynihan was a world-class sprinter before his … Continue reading

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