Escaping Paradise

This was it. After a year of non-stop work and near end of the big project, Jack Stengel was finally on vacation and taking a break from his hectic schedule back in New York. Continue reading

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Something wicked

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The strange man behind the mask

Close to dawn, a figure emerged from a darkened street in Hell’s Kitchen wearing all black. Continue reading

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Succubus

Peter Sanderson awoke with a succubus straddling atop. Peter felt exhilaration as he neared climax thinking how great his girlfriend Kate was in bed. He opened his eyes and gazed in absolute horror once he realized what was getting him off. Continue reading

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Birds at the beach fighting over fish – survival

There’s shit all over the beach here because of the birds. The birds shit everywhere as they fly, swoop and swoosh in from every which way in the hopes of capturing a fish in between landing boats and loading trucks right on the sand as the tide rolls out. Continue reading

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Treasure Robber

A skull’s decay emerged through the shifting dirt, as Gerald deftly managed the shovel. He wanted to make sure he wasn’t missing anything. Careful and steady, but fast. Continue reading

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A Cup of Coffee

“You don’t want any cream or sugar,” Clancy asked Chuck after being served coffee by a waitress at Mike’s Diner off the Ditmars stop in Astoria, Queens.

“I like my coffee like I like my women,” Chuck said.

“How’s that?”

“Hot and black.” Continue reading

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In the sticks

The car died along a lonely road fifty miles from anywhere. The frustrated driver got out of the car after banging the steering wheel with his hands and yelling a number of expletives. Continue reading

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Save the fish eat more lobster

Reliable evidence suggests that the main reason the Vikings discovered Greenland and stopped off in North America was a quest for cod. All over the globe the populations of traditionally edible fish have dramatically declined. Current catches bring in undersized fish and smaller yields. I’m not just talking about Charlie the Tuna and saving the Dolphins. Continue reading

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The Hun and the Vandals

“Stop kicking that sculpture. It’s a piece of art that someone obviously spent a lot of time on and what did it ever do to you?”

“Fuck man, c’mon let’s break some more shit!” Continue reading

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