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Weapon and the Gift
by the fARM
By Matt McCarthy
I eat nothing but hotdogs and French fries. Twice every day I walk to Sal’s Hotdog Shop and order two with everything.
By Al Dereaux
Hopefully I’m not alone, but I have long noticed a disturbing trend in our foreign policy: Our leaders’ short-sightedness (perhaps primarily re-election minded) too often stokes the fires we seek to extinguish.
He Could Muster
By Henry Kastler
This was the last thing he wanted to see. A collision. More than just a meeting of metal beast against monolith, the proverbial unstoppable force against the proverbial immovable object.
Do You Like To Watch Gladiator Movies?
By Patrick Russell
Oh, what weird, dangerous, tragically-interesting times must lie ahead for us as a nation when a mentally unstable, polyester-draped, yet essentially harmless raving mouth-frother like Jim Traficant sounds like a better gamble for us as a national leader than the guy we’ve already got in there?
By Christina O’Brien
Bill S. was my First Serious Boyfriend. Well, at least he was the first boyfriend I was serious enough about to bother fighting with.
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