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Parking Fees

Warren Brey sat in Holt’s Cafe sipping an espresso. He watched the stock market feed on the laptop before him, and also the parking garage half a block away. His usual waiter, Ian, returned with scones and jam, and sat … Continue reading

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Internet Safety

Larry found the fire pot in a small town in Mexico. He could tell it was ancient. After a quick google search he learned the pot was infamous. The “Fire Pot of Quixochanagua” was dangerous. It came with numerous warnings. … Continue reading

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Strict Adherence to the Rules

Phil Eierkopf was already a peerless engineer before his private plane crashed in Borneo. He spent the following eighteen years with the lost tribe, Yacanang’Ug, becoming a peerless sorcerer. Years with jungle tribes and traveling through the astral planes where … Continue reading

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