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Big Screen Proposal

Noah was shocked to see his buddy Frank on the big screen at the baseball game. Frank was sitting with his girlfriend Amy. The two were framed in a heart. Words scrolled across the screen. ‘Amy, will you marry me?’ … Continue reading

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Follow The Money

“Did you hear about the free agent pitcher that signed with a new team for two hundred and seventeen million dollars?” asked Stacey. “Is that per year?” asked Melanie. “It’s over seven years. That’s thirty-one million dollars per year. It’s … Continue reading

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Pleasant Dreams

“I had the weirdest dream last night,” said Colby. “Oh yeah?” “I dreamed I was pitching a perfect game in baseball.” “You don’t even like baseball.” “I know. It’s crazy. It was in the seventh or eight inning when I … Continue reading

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To Thine Own Slef Be True

It was an ideal afternoon for baseball. Warren settled in his seat after the singing of the national anthem. He took a deep breath and looked around. The guy sitting next to him was wearing a tank top, revealing several … Continue reading

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Cuban Vacation

Drake insisted the bellhop carry their luggage their third floor room. It wasn’t his idea to come to a Cuban resort. The blame for that lay squarely with Marla, his fourth wife. Now that he was here, Drake decided make … Continue reading

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A Thousand Generations

“I made a startling discovery,” said Magnus. “Self-realization is an important part of personal growth,” replied Serge. He took a sip of coffee. Magnus looked around the Java Expressions Café. Saturday afternoons always seemed to be busy. “Leave your psychobabble … Continue reading

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First World Problems

  Drake insisted the bellhop carry their luggage their third floor room. It wasn’t his idea to come to a Cuban resort. The blame for that lay squarely with Marla, his fourth wife. Now that he was here, Drake decided … Continue reading

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