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Why You Should Never Talk to Strangers

It was an usually warm Autumn day. Brett joined Milt by the open garage door of the oil change shop that faced Main Street. A customer wandered over as he waited for his car. “Never saw anyone come or go,” … Continue reading

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A Good Old Fashioned Conspiracy Theory

In the conference room on the top floor of a nondescript skyscraper, two sinister groups met. “Do you have what you promised?” asked the coffee baron. A man in black suit opened a briefcase and placed a vial on the … Continue reading

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Black Vans

“And while I’m thinking about it,” said Shepard. He and Blake were still standing in the middle of the parking lot. “How does it make sense that the government promises to help the middle class, but turns around and punishes … Continue reading

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Wifi Wind

The solace of the study room was shattered by a sudden, agonizing wail. “I got kicked off wifi again! Why does it always do that?” moaned Randy. “It’s a little known fact that wifi isn’t a constant signal. Think of … 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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How to Make the World Burn

Ira and Lynn sipped water as they took a break from their workouts. “I’ve decided to run for politics,” said Ira. The news startled Lynn. “I didn’t peg you as a civil servant.” “I’m not really. You know when you … Continue reading

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Overheard in the Prime Minister’s Office

“We force people to buy dog licenses, but nothing to have kids. What’s up with that?” “Society’s screwed, man.” “How does that happen?” “Think about it, man. Who’s worse, the morons in power or the idiots who put them there?” … Continue reading

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