The Gilded Lily Pad

The Gilded Lily Pad   “Bobby…” “Shut up.” “Bobby…” “I said, shut up!” “Bobby…” “Shut up, shut up, shut up! I’m trying to think. For God’s sake will you let me-” “Bobby, we’re frogs.” “I know we’re frogs. I know we’re frogs, Tommy, I know. I am trying to think if you’ll just let me.”… Continue reading The Gilded Lily Pad

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A Reasonable Explanation

A Reasonable Explanation   “There is an entirely reasonable explanation for this.” His hands came to rest on his chest over his racing heart. She glared. “How can there…. Fine. Ok, fine. Tell me.” He sighed and began. “I-” “Do not waste my time.” Her finger danced menacingly in front of his face. “Ok… Here… Continue reading A Reasonable Explanation

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The Grand Vizier

The Grand Vizier   “I know where you can find him,” she said. Her eyes lowered to the ground. “Fantastic! Let us go at once and find him,” the intrepid explorer said with a grin. “I…” she lifted her eyes from the ground. “I don’t know if… you’ll have to be sure that you really… Continue reading The Grand Vizier

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Allegedly

Allegedly   “No, no, no,” he said. “I know what you’re thinking. Just allegedly.” He paused to let that sink in. The horrified woman clutched her child to her side even tighter as her eyes widened in shock. “Allegedly,” he emphasized further, with a brief pause. “I’m the one who called the police about the… Continue reading Allegedly

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The Swan

The Swan   “But you’re a swan…” The swan nodded its head. It made an obscene gesture with one of its wings. Leda folded her arms and stared at the swan, a mixture of emotions brewing on her face. The swan stared back expectantly. “You… are… a… swan!” she cried incredulously. The swan made the… Continue reading The Swan

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The Hitler Next Door

The Hitler Next Door   “Hitler? As in Adolf Hitler?” “I don’t know of any other,” Simon said. “I didn’t ask you if you knew of any other Hitlers. I asked if you meant Adolf Hitler when you said you realized Hitler was living next door to you.” The tone this was said in was… Continue reading The Hitler Next Door

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“My name is Orrin Heatlie. I am the head of the recall movement…” I’m here to help.

A brief note before the brief note: Top two lead proponents behind the recall are listed as: Orrin E. Heatlie Dan Seoane Seems Dan Seoane likes to sign his name as ‘-d’ If it touches the internet “I own it”. A self proclaimed “Minister of the bleeding edge” with experience in many positions throughout my… Continue reading “My name is Orrin Heatlie. I am the head of the recall movement…” I’m here to help.

A warning from Aldous Huxley; How Californians got played by a group of small right wing extremists.

“Never before have so few been in a position to make fools, maniacs or criminals of so many.” This sounds eerily familiar. Do you want to get duped? Do you think you’re immune? You probably followed from Twitter, where the only one that wins is the platform. The CA Recall is built on the lies… Continue reading A warning from Aldous Huxley; How Californians got played by a group of small right wing extremists.

The Blog is Just Back Up

Blog had been put back up. Entire database had been lost, so I’m going to have to repost all old posts in a new format. Put the only one that matters up above.