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“High Life (Forgotten Times)” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“We Might Never Know” by Richard F. Yates

A few weeks ago, while I was sitting at a red light, I spotted what I perceived to be an antisocial and potentially dangerous act being perpetrated by a small group of teenage boys. What I saw and heard pissed … Continue reading

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“More Anti-Motivation” by Charlie Centipede

What happens when all the people who pledge to “never forget” die and are themselves forgotten? (Makes the word “never” seem a bit shallow and meaningless, doesn’t it…) —Charlie Centipede

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“Eyewitness Testimony” by Some Brainiac

Eyewitness testimony is often phallical. —Some Brainiac

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“Do Not Swallow!” by Richard F. Yates

The Gum Game is over! I said in a previous post that I had written a list of 20 different types of gum (I cheated just a bit) and asked if anyone could think of more types of gum than … Continue reading

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“Disposable Gen” by Richard F. Yates

A few days ago, Mariah was reading the Sunday paper, and the only section of “above ground” news that I find interesting is the comics (and that mostly out of nostalgia for when comics were worth reading,) so when I … Continue reading

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“Memory Problem” by Richard F. Yates

[Prehistoric unpublished poem—actually, it’s probably from around 2008 or 2009, so I guess it’s not THAT old. Ancient at best.] 1. I’m fragmenting Gushing Should I let it run? Or look for a psychic plumber? The Devil is in the … Continue reading

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