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Ugly Bull – Mondays Finish the Story

Ugly Bull “When it came to a challenge, Jim Smiley just had to jump right in!” said Grandpa Turner. “Ah, that’s just a story, Gramps,” said 14-year old Nate. He patted the shoulder of Rover, his bull. The beast was … Continue reading

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Novelist Blues – Mondays Finish the Story

Novelist Blues The old typewriter had a mind of its own. It wrote some pretty terrifying stuff. Things that would make your toes curl up. Still, as demonically possessed items go, it could’ve chosen worse than my grandfather’s manual Underwood. … Continue reading

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Dixieland Forever – Mondays Finish The Story

Dixieland Forever Little did they know when the photographer took their picture that they would find themselves trapped in a painting. “The Boardwalk Boys” finished playing “Jackson Stomp” after the photographer left. That’s when they noticed this curious square floating … Continue reading

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Paying Tuition – Mondays Finish The Story

Paying Tuition Dropping her line into Fool’s Lake, she patiently waited for something to bite. It took but a moment. She pulled hard on the pole…. She pulled harder… She pulled really hard… …and a Russian nuclear submarine surfaced. Weight … Continue reading

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The Supplies – Mondays Finish The Story

The Supplies Silently as the people watched, the black hawk helicopter lifted into the air. “Bless those Americans,” said Aasir. He tore open the box dropped by the helicopter. “They’ve sent us supplies.” “Why don’t they stay and help?” asked … Continue reading

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