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Raise Your Hand

It was Brett who first noticed the woman walking down the other side of the street with her hand raised in the air. “Keep Toronto weird,” Brett said to his friend Marty. Marty laughed. “Why do you think she’s doing … Continue reading

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Turning Left in Rush Hour Traffic

It was rush hour. Dylan looked from the passenger seat of his brother’s car at the drivers around him. Everyone seemed so unhappy. “Did you see that? That woman was texting,” said Dylan. “I know,” said Steve, never taking his … Continue reading

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Texas Know-how

Cody was from Texas. That was a particular point of pride. He knew how the rest of the world viewed Texans, but, like most Texans, he didn’t care. Moving from Kerrville, Texas for Toronto, Ontario, Canada for his senior year … Continue reading

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