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Switching on the Skinny Yellow Train

I had no trouble jumping on the skinny school train going in the wrong direction for my house. It ran atop the utility poles to the nearest regular light-rail station. I was now just one of two guys making their … Continue reading

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Nocturnal Psychosis

My mole started talking to me.  It claimed to be demonic.  It claimed to have special wisdom that could help me.  If I believed its first statement, then I shouldn’t believe its second.  Maybe it would be better if I … Continue reading

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Is this off the Record?

If you don’t have anything to hide, does that mean you are OK with everyone seeing your private moments?  If thousands of private moments flooded the net, and they all seemed basically the same, would it matter whose moments you … Continue reading

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6.3 of 10 – castle in the Snow

All the empty uniforms around Max gave him an idea.  He found one his size and pulled it on.  When the buckler clanged against a shield, he froze.  The sounds below stopped.  When they resumed, he slunk to the ladder … Continue reading

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6.2 of 10 – Sliding in Snow

Naked and sliding in snow head first was not what Max had envisioned when he’d signed up for being an intern.  The fluffy snow wasn’t too abrasive, but he was soon becoming numb.  He scanned the dusky horizon and where … Continue reading

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6.1 of 10 – Cave Find

It felt good to be taking a country stroll with clothes on this time.  He followed a creek that led out to an inlet.  In the distance he could see the ocean waves.  Below the paved trail he was on, … Continue reading

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5.2 of 10 – Felix Strapped and Shaved

Felix landed on Max’s lap just as he tensed to get up.  His white equipment fluids and blood were leaking out of his missing back half.  Dr. Floyd gave him a sour look. “Secure him to my work bench.  Take … Continue reading

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