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Banh Mi Me By Surprise

     The next time I met with the Unpaid Internet Content Provider after escaping from my ordeal in the prickly desert while he was taking personal time off to wantonly frolic in the lush green forest of the Santa … Continue reading

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Whirred Peas On Earth

     The long sought yet elusive recipe for perfectly whirred peas on earth turns out to be no biggie. It was always simple. Become conscious. Fly higher. Practice figure-eights while stirring. No ramming, no jamming, no scarring with hot … Continue reading

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Real Quasi-Virtual Awareness

     The private bocci ball court near the summit of Mt. Umunhum was illuminated by a phalanx of faux gold torches mounted on the grilles of gauche gilt limousines. Invitations to the secret meeting did not specify gauche only … Continue reading

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Thin Air Daily

     The Unpaid Internet Content Provider was in the market to buy some stuff, not just any old stuff, but the best of stuff available from the planetary pipeline of products that are nearly necessary though not sufficient for … Continue reading

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Twisted

    It seemed to me, belatedly, as if the bump on my head had started to grow even before I hit the dirt, and heard, disconcertingly, from the tawny owl,”Quack.” I figured out far too late, as I continued … Continue reading

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On Hold

      Either the lines had been crossed, circuits overloaded, or I had been put on hold. Who knew what when? Complex variables in my experience tended to rule with an invisible claw. That’s the quasi-free market for ya. Many … Continue reading

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