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February

One afternoon, while driving in the car, Colton asked, “Dad, why does February only have twenty-eight days?” “That’s a very good question,” replied Colton’s dad. “Bruce,” warned Dana, his wife. “What?” asked Bruce. “Inquiring minds want to know.” “Uh huh,” … Continue reading

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Death of Innocence

“It seems like there’s a lot more cancer around,” said Mary. “People gotta die of something,” replied Rosa. “It’s not just that. I think it has to do with all the wifi signals and stuff. The more we have all … Continue reading

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Garbanzo Journalism

It had been nearly a decade when Justin last saw Madison. Not since they were in the same psychology class in university. It seemed serendipitous when they bumped into each other at the airport. “It’s great to see you,” said … Continue reading

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October 30th, 1938

Rob and Genie cuddled on the couch watching the news after a long day at work. After several stores, Genie said, “The world’s going to hell, ya know? And with all this fake news everywhere, I don’t know who to … Continue reading

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Legacy of Truth

“I wonder if one day we’ll just be another dead civilization for some archaeologist to discover,” pondered Leona. She looked at Madeline reading a magazine. “I wonder what they’ll say about us? You know, look at our buildings and conclude … Continue reading

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Cow Farts And Altruists

The rain fell like sheets on the front yard. Portia and her friend Whitney sat on the porch, musing. “I hate rain,” grumbled Portia. “At least it’s not snow,” replied Whitney. “That’ll come soon enough.” Whitney swung her feet from … Continue reading

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