Tag Archives: Climate Change

The Critical Delay

The world’s most influential climate change skeptic, James Malhof, smoked a cigar on his yacht. Elatedly, he explained his method to a trio of bikini-clad, busty blonds. “It doesn’t matter what experts say,” he explained. “All I do is pretend … Continue reading

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The Revolution

Hirashmukka the orchid sighed at the snowy streets outside. Baltimore was completely unsuited to heat-loving tropical plants. That would change eventually. The Revolution continued apace. Humans still thought gas-guzzling, CO2-emitting SUVs were their idea. Let them believe that. Humans who … Continue reading

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The Shyster

Morley argued against scientifically accepted Climate Change. He built a pond filled with koolaid. Morley was hideous, but dated beautiful women. At his party, I asked, “How do you get such beautiful girlfriends?” Morley shrugged, “They drink the koolaid.” _________________________ … Continue reading

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Strange Things – Sunday Photo Fiction

Strange Things “That’s strange,” said Allen. “You bet it is,” said Marsha, adjusting her parka. “I don’t remember seeing that, ever.” “Yeah. I mean, how often do you see seagulls around snow?” “Oh, right. I hardly even remember snow. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Those Who Did Nothing – Sunday Photo Fiction

Those Who Did Nothing Everything was different since The Change, mused John Keannor. He sipped bitter coffee from a wooden cup. The mirror he stared into was nothing like what he remembered. No perfect reflection after a carefree visit to … Continue reading

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