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Blackout

“The Americans are fools,” scoffed Ptolemy, as he worked the Russian mini-sub’s controls. “We’ve been here in Alaskan waters for two months, and they’re unaware of us!” Ustinov peered through the periscope. “It’s still dark. I see almost nothing.” “Not … Continue reading

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Retirement – The Speakeasy

Retirement Jenny watched the surf rush in from the deep blue ocean. Fluffy clouds danced playfully across the lavender skies of Mitchell’s world. She wondered if she was too young to retire. A moment’s thought to all the things she’d … Continue reading

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