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Fools Burning Bush
By Matt McCarthy
I first met President George W. Bush when I was in college, the summer of 1997, when I was working as an intern for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

April Fools
By Blythe Smith
"You don’t get it, man. This is gonna be our year. We can’t lose!"

Who Dies with the Most Toys …
Part 2 of 3

By Steve Spaulding
If you have never heard of the San Diego Comic Book Convention, it's obvious you've wasted too much time enjoying the outdoors, dating members of the opposite sex, or working a real job.

Fools in Motion
By Carter O'Brien
A few of the more blatant abuses of urban etiquette.

A Boy and His Horse
By Al Derue
"Este caballo se llama RAMON," I was informed. I tried to get on his good side, for good reason. The setting sun has created some anxiety, as the paths were steep and our experience minimal.

What Fools These Mortals Be
By Blythe Smith
He appeared to her in the window of her neighborhood’s sad little shoe-repair shop.

Seeking the Tiger
By Monica Schrager
By all means we didn’t think we were being foolish. And the thing is, we really weren’t. But we were doing something illegal.

The Rantings of Eugene D. Moore
Part III: The Final Chapter?

By Carter O'Brien
The final installment of a 10-page letter from Eugene D. Moore, who is currently a guest of the Minnesota State Correctional Facility in Stillwater, MN.

Male Bag
By Tina Dunlap
Erik Dirks was the first guy that made a fool out of me.

The Majority of This Was Written Before April 2nd
by geary yonker
Atheists are fools. They are not fools because they deny the existence of a capital "G" god, but because they are oblivious to the world that surrounds them.


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