Monthly Archives: December 2018

“Opinions from the Bottom of a Cereal Bowl” by Richard F. Yates

2018 is almost done… Who knows what next year will bring? I live in the troubled U.S.A., in a small logging town, in the wet and wild Pacific Northwest—and though my financial situation is right on the verge of **dire** … Continue reading

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“The Pinching Fingers of the Sky God” by Richard F. Yates

Beware, particularly at sunset, of the Pinching Fingers of the Sky God! If you find youself walking along and a giant red hand reaches towards you from the Heavens, your best move (physically, if not politically) is to become as … Continue reading

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“The Purple Gloop Realizes Something Shocking” by Richard F. Yates

Sliding along the sidewalk, the Purple Gloop suddenly came to a SHOCKING revelation! (I would tell you what it is—-but no… It’s FAR too shocking.) He stood there, quivering for a few moments, then turn around and headed home. When … Continue reading

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“The Fleshie Fiends Fear Skip Stickman” by Richard F. Yates

The Fleshie Fiends are nightmares walking! They prowl the night in search of innocent victims to attack and absorb—but Skip Stickman was too frightening for them to assault! Skip was…different… But he wasn’t ashamed. Mental difficulties had run in his … Continue reading

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“Status Report: After Xmas Apocalypse” by Richard F. Yates

Apparently, going from the Premium Plan back to the Free Plan can cause a few glitches, hiccups, bumps in the road, and other similarly quaint concerns. (I expected nothing less…) For one thing, the “Home” page button on my site, … Continue reading

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“Testing the Limits of Time and Space” by RFY

Oh dear, what can the matter be? They say you can’t go home again. Can we, at the very least, walk backwards??? —RFY

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“5D Romeo” by Richard F. Yates

5D Romeo approached Juliette’s window and the back of her house and the liquor store simultaneously, calling his love for her in several languages and both backward and forward through time. He couldn’t see Juliette, as she was decidedly 6D, … Continue reading

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