Monthly Archives: July 2014

“Fear of the Unknown 6” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“I’m Not Angry—I’m Just Disappointed” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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14 – Small Point Police Station – 22 June 2014, 9:08 A.M.

Originally posted on Small Town Shadowplay:
Chief Walter Chesnut walked to the front of the small meeting room with a bundle of papers in his hand. Six officers, five male and one female, sat at four desks. “Okay. We got…

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“Fear of the Unknown 5” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Fear of the Unknown 4” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Ritual in the Moonlight” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Eleven People vs The Monster” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“The Critic” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates [P.S. – I don’t really think the stories suck. I think they are very funny and entertaining. However, it is the policy of the Primitive Entertainment Workshop to give equal time to any well reasoned opinion, should … Continue reading

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“Appreciation (MMFM 9)” by Richard O’Brien

Skip finally yelled in frustration, “That’s the whole disconnect, man! You will never understand!  You will never be able to appreciate how hard it is to have a name that is also a verb, Nealon Jackhoff!” —Richard O’Brien

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“The Seemingly Endless Journey of Nicholas J. Farthington on the Path to Discovery (MMFM 8)” by Richard O’Brien

At first, he didn’t think it would ever end, but then it did, and he was better for it. —Richard O’Brien

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