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Friday Follies – S4E9 – August 27, 2019

Hallelujah, the farmers are finally picking their own produce! It makes me think of a parent encouraging, cajoling, bribing or ultimately ordering their child to pick up their room. Maybe this isn;t as funny as I see it, but maybe … Continue reading

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Friday Follies – S4E7 – August 20, 2019

I stumbled across this last week during my Central American mission trip when I actually had time to search through the WordPress Reader for appealing challenges. It is right up my alley. As I was telling Proscenium now that I … Continue reading

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April Fool’s Prank Challenge

I want to challenge all you fine writers to share your best April Fool’s Day prank. It can be one you have pulled on another, one perpetrated on you, or just one you create as a fiction piece. I know we all … Continue reading

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Chasing the Mayan Calendar Inaccuracy – Conclusion

The volume of the voices of King Juan Carlos and Prince Katurba arguing ranged from a hearty boom to something a king to the roar of a might lion. Following Omar’s lead, Hannah had told Kind Omar a white lie … Continue reading

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Chasing The Mayan Calendar Inaccuracy – Part Four

One hundred twenty minutes never seemed to pass as quickly as it did during the time Joe and Hannah desperately worked on a plausible argument for King Juan Carlos about why he should reconsider his stance on the Mayan calendar … Continue reading

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Chasing The Mayan Calendar Inaccuracy – Part Three

It seemed an eternity and a moment at the same time as the white school bus propelled by Professor Emmett brown’s flux capacitor made the transition from 2012 to the year 650, the time Brown identified as the correct year … Continue reading

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Chasing The Mayan Calendar Inaccuracy – Part Two

“Doctor Brown I am afraid we may be here as a waste of your time.” “The only time wasted my dear is time already spent. With my DeLorean here we can…,” Brown began to hesitate as he turned to look … Continue reading

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Chasing The Mayan Calendar Inaccuracy – Part One

As an employee of the Institute for Time Study, Hannah was busy scouring the internet for any information about the impending end of the Mayan calendar. With only six days left to solve the riddle, she was feeling the pressure … Continue reading

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The Day Goofy Ate My Son

This is a semi-true tale of my son’s experience when we visited the Disney Parks in the spring of 2007. My son loves Goofy more than any other Disney character. He made the purchase of the hat shown here as … Continue reading

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