The biodegradation cycles in this fiction are all scientifically verified save when undetermined by human experience; such as with glass.
I am back from the US Amateur Team East chess tournament, but unlike I promised (or at least stated) I did not have the energy or time to post pictures or provide updates while I was there. I hope I did not cause you nonexistent readers any waiting pains. The title refers to one of [...]
So I’m wandering around the internet the other day checking out websites I might send work to so I could build up some aura of legitimacy although I don’t really know how that aura might be constructed any way substantially in a world of ones and zeros where nothing is permanent and no one really [...]
Four in the morning. I catch the guy, clod clumped, climbing out of a tunnel mouth in my backyard. I’m awake because I’m always awake. There are little fog-halos around the streetlights. I can see my entire backyard from the sliding glass doors in my kitchen. No tunnel opening had been there when I turned [...]
Haiti has overshadowed recent significant seismic activity in the US. Thankfully none were as devastating as Haiti. All registered on the Richter scale. This suite was written in sequence of occurrence for fictionaut, a writing website: 6.5 in Eureka I ran outside. “You’re not supposed to run outside you idiot” My neighbor told me. Screw that. I [...]
I have recently heard or seen several variations on this theme but try this one on for size: On a recent edition of the TV show ‘The View’ Woopie Goldberg commented (sic), “Either give me the Congressional Health Care package or make them take mine.” Woopie is funny, isn’t she? I was thinking. Why not just give [...]
I thought this blog would have more content by now and I wouldn’t have to carry the load on my fingers. I already have another blog collecting dust (I realized that I didn’t have much worth writing about regarding my chess adventures), but in this case the idea was to bring in others with varied [...]