Tag Archives: WIFI

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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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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Dirty Wifi and the Tennis Strategy

Ian bumbled into the tennis club with a coffee in his hand and sleep in his eyes. Waiting on the court was Wayne, his friend and opponent for their ten o’clock match. “Rough night?” asked Wayne. “I’d hate to think … Continue reading

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Contentment before thanksgiving

I recently saw a TV commentator who encouraged people to pause and give thanks, especially when we consider those less fortunate. That’s not the first time I’ve heard someone phrase thankfulness that way. It makes me wonder why we need … Continue reading

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