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The Workaround

Beside the door, a string of garlic hung. An older woman answered the door. “Yes?” “Good evening!” said Bill. “I’m Bill. This is Joseph. Can we interest you in home security?” “It’s nighttime!” “Never too late for security, madame. May … Continue reading

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Failed Security Measures – Friday Fictioneers

Photo by: Kent Bonham Failed Security Measures Romania seemed strange to Jan and Jerry. At the bakery, the proprietor insisted that Jan and Jerry should sample his garlic and feta poppers. At the shoe store, they insisted that customers try … Continue reading

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