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The Dog Pound of Daddies PDF E-mail
?The dog pound of daddies, which is the political arena,
gives us a President, then we put him on a platform
and start punishing him and screaming at him
because Daddy can't do miracles.?

? John Lennon
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How Everyone Came To Put on Their Coat PDF E-mail
But one evening, after a hard day pounding grammar into the skulls of nitwits, its use came to me.
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Boogie Music PDF E-mail
My son prefers to be called “X” these days.
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They Call It A Broken Heart For A Reason PDF E-mail
A little later she was lying on her back with her head in my lap. “You’re the only one who didn’t,” she said. “The only one ever. Why didn’t you?”
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New Jersey and Me PDF E-mail
Big Ass Philia, the Greek for which we won't google, is a New Jersey specialty, sort of like Philly cheese steak. You've never had one like the one Larry Smith uncovered!
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Give A Little PDF E-mail
Checkov woulda been proud of this one!
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Snake & Jakes PDF E-mail
Late one beer-soaked Sunday in May...
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A True Miracle PDF E-mail
You stay a couple of years, save up, come back home and live better than the president. You get yourself a luxury mansion near Cluj. You get yourself a black Mercedes.
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Excerpt from Normance PDF E-mail
translated by Mark Spitzer
(the master of rage at the hands of former Corpse-meister!)
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Drums PDF E-mail
In times of peace, the following would have been dedicated to ivy leagues of research, to missionaries of all sorts, etc. However, in this time of war, the government and its military complex are the more worthy recipients of the said dedication.
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And Broke His Crown PDF E-mail
Changing out of his painting clothes after a somewhat disappointing day in his studio, he noticed the worn spot on the heel of his sock. It reminded him of the bald spot on the back of his head.
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Tell Me Again PDF E-mail
I told him his name, his former occupation, everything except the reason for his being there. You keep falling down, I told him, which was true enough.
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