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A September Holiday

Weaving their way through Stufmart, Judy’s texting distracted her from her immediate surroundings. Bobby’s voice pierced through the diversions. “I love Christmas,” he said. “What’re you talking about? It’s September,” she asked. When she looked up, she found herself transported … Continue reading

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Uniculture

Anne approached Roy as they waited for the elevator after work.“Are you going to the work luncheon tomorrow?” she asked. “No. Tomorrow’s my independence day,” replied Roy. “It’s September 29th,” replied Anne. She looked at Roy quizzically. “Exactly. It’s the … Continue reading

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The U-Turn Analysis

Ken and Barry were carpooling on their way to work on Wednesday morning. Without warning, the car ahead of them made a u-turn and sped down the street in the opposite direction. “Whoa,” exclaimed Ken. “I’m not sure that was … Continue reading

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At The National Broadcasting System Christmas Party

“Our ratings took a massive hit this December. We can’t have that happen again. I want ideas. Go,” barked Matt Lacao, CEO for the National Broadcasting System. The others in the room were stunned. “What?!?” shouted Matt. “Isn’t this supposed … Continue reading

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The Bureau of Statistical Curiosities

It was the annual neighbourhood Christmas party hosted by the Crewdons. They lived in the colonial style house on the corner. Being new to the street, Olivia in number 67 and Ross in 74 hung around the punch table. After … Continue reading

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Close Encounters

Oliver fought his way through the mall, shopping for Christmas presents. Pressed shoulder to shoulder with the crowd, he was swept helplessly along until he came face to face with Wes, an old school friend. “Oli, how ya been?” asked … Continue reading

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‘Twas the Night Before The Night Before Christmas

  ‘Twas the night before the night before Christmas, And all through the house, It was panic and mayhem. With one angry spouse. No gifts could be found, Wrapped under the tree, For the husband procrastinated, ‘Til December twenty-three. The … Continue reading

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