BULLshot: Christopher Evans

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“No matter how complicated or contrary or cringe-worthy those facts might be, no one can tell you that you didn’t feel themMore

Get a Grip on Yourself

Get a Grip on Yourself

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“I grab the stack of mags and settle into the chair, immediately trying not to think about how many other bare asses have sweated in itMore

BULLshot: John Crawford

BULLshot: John Crawford

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“You can’t bullshit a man like that. More

The Pine Barrens at Night

The Pine Barrens at Night

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“Our friend said he wasn’t feeling right, that he didn’t trust himself to be alone. This isn’t the first time he’s called in a moment of crisis. We don’t want to leave a man behind, so we goMore

BULLshot: John Thorton Williams

BULLshot: John Thorton Williams

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“Male relationships in art, though, make for an entirely different discussion. More

Reckonings

Reckonings

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“Some threw rotten fruit, so Sanchez rode abreast with the boy to shield what he could, but the boy and his horse were hit aplentyMore

Small Things

Small Things

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“Since, as I write this, Christmas is right around the corner, I can’t help thinking about the first Christmas I spent behind barsMore

BULLshot: Corey Mertes

BULLshot: Corey Mertes

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“No stiff upper lip inhibits the leopard or the crocodile.More

Adaptation

Adaptation

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“She bought a convertible Lexus, did I mention? I get home one night at ten, there it is in the drivewayMore

BULLshot: Dean Marshall Tuck

BULLshot: Dean Marshall Tuck

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“If the average New Year’s Eve is a lot of build up for nothing, then Y2K had to be 10X nothingMore

Nineteen Ninety-Nine

Nineteen Ninety-Nine

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“Dad said if the world was ending he wanted his grill under the maple in our backyard More

BULLshot: Christopher Sicilliano

BULLshot: Christopher Sicilliano

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“He admits their house is infested with vermin. All signs point to an inevitable conclusion, and not a good oneMore

Home Furnishing

Home Furnishing

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“She says that at night she can hear them scratching, the cockroaches; she is certain they wait like voyeurs for the lights to go outMore

BULLshot: McKenzie Hightower

BULLshot: McKenzie Hightower

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“Life is a dark repetitive journey, one that is only punctured by sparks of happiness that bind us to what little we already have even tighter. More

Una Vida

Una Vida

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“He called her Lucy, after my Ma, on account of her eyes being big, round, and dyingMore

BULLshot: Ian Hilgendorf

BULLshot: Ian Hilgendorf

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“I think at one point or another almost everyone loves someone they shouldn’tMore

“The car had been through a reconstructed transmission, a busted carburetor, and was an absolute lush for Valvoline.” – Jordan Farmer, “Brothers”