Category Archives: Writings

Fritz the Reindeer: A Dave Ex Machina Holiday Tradition

Okay, kids, sit back and I’m gonna tell you a Christmas story, one I doubt you’ve heard before, but it’s all true, I swear! It started a few years ago in August. Now, we don’t usually think of August as … Continue reading

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Family of “Old Flattop” Finds Song Hurtful

For years, Cathy Forbush has had to listen to her late brother being disparaged and insulted. She would respond with the truth of the matter, but the source of the slander is the radio. Her younger brother, Francis “Flattop” Forbush, … Continue reading

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Fritz the Reindeer: A Dave Ex Machina Holiday Tradition

Okay, kids, sit back and I’m gonna tell you a Christmas story, one I doubt you’ve heard before, but it’s all true, I swear! It started a few years ago in August. Now, we don’t usually think of August as … Continue reading

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Gifford

The image that now acts as a header for my “This Del.icio.us Week” posts came from Wordle, a site that creates word clouds for whatever text you give it, where words that are used more in the text appear bigger. … Continue reading

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Fritz the Reindeer: A Dave Ex Machina Holiday Tradition

Okay, kids, sit back and I’m gonna tell you a Christmas story, one I doubt you’ve heard before, but it’s all true, I swear! It started a few years ago in August. Now, we don’t usually think of August as … Continue reading

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Announcing the Birth of a New Literary Genre!

You can now create new subgenres of speculative fiction by simply putting “punk” after anything. With that in mind, I bring you this, the very first work in a subgenre of my own invention. One Plus Oneby Dave Lartigue He … Continue reading

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Presented Without Comment

An excerpt from: “Brushbeard the Pirate: Keeping an Even Keel” by Christopher J. Millan Hal Thompson’s syndicated comic strip ‘Brushbeard the Pirate’ appears in hundreds of newspapers every day (fewer on Sundays). Chances are, it’s in your newspaper. You may … Continue reading

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Fritz the Reindeer: A Dave Ex Machina Holiday Tradition

Okay, kids, sit back and I’m gonna tell you a Christmas story, one I doubt you’ve heard before, but it’s all true, I swear! It started a few years ago in August. Now, we don’t usually think of August as … Continue reading

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