A Coffin is Worth a Thousand Words

March 2, 2009
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exactly HOW do you get patriotic parents to sign releases so that anti-war media can exploit pictures of their child’s flag draped coffin?

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The Secret History of the Mad Streaker

February 15, 2009

No one missed seeing that streak. Especially not the girl in David’s nine fifteen class who recognized him. I don’t know how she knew and I don’t want to know. In class, she kept looking over at him in a fetching mixture of embarrassment, excitement, and pure lust. Every time she looked, David became more agitated

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Confessions of a Beauty Pageant Emcee

February 3, 2009

I began my Beauty Pageant career as the sacrificial lamb for the Alpha Zee Delta “Miss Beautiful” pageant in college. It was one of those men-dress-up-in-drag things where men act like women, or; more accurately, how a woman would act if she’d just drunk a case of beer and chased it down with a bottle of paint thinner.

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The Mutation of “Twenty Five Things”

January 26, 2009

If someone sends you an e-mail and asks you to write down 25 things about yourself and then pass that along to twenty-five of your friends with the requirement that they do the same: how long before everyone is “it” and wishing you’d go maim yourself? Not long.  I did the math.  If everyone obeys […]

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Peeves and the Peeple Who Love Them

January 20, 2009

A short essay on Peeves, Pet Peeves, and the Peevish who love them. Warning: Puns.

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