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The Greatest Quarterback Who Ever Lived Only Played Three Quarters in the NFL

The Greatest Quarterback Who Ever Lived Only Played Three Quarters in the NFL

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What everyone who watched him remembered was his uncanny sense of the game as it unfolded and the way he wept as he played.
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Porkchop

Porkchop

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Life was nothing like that. Most people repeated the same tasks over and over day after day. They got up. They went to work. They came home. If a publisher wanted realism, that was as real as it gets.more

Three AM, February 26th

Three AM, February 26th

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Three AM on February 26th is Sean who doesn’t know where the moon is located because the ground is dizzy and everything is itchy like maybe his body is invaded by desert dwellers even though he’s in South Philly. And I think he should do more drugs while he’s obsessing over Jaybirds who roost inmore

Dreams Exchanged

Dreams Exchanged

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An immigration agent will finish off what industrial automation started.more

Good Luck, Harriet (Not That You Need It)

Good Luck, Harriet (Not That You Need It)

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“Look, it’s complicated, and you wouldn’t understand.  Don’t ruin our fledgling friendship with too many questions, Jack.  It’s all so tedious.”more

Mermaid and Seaworm

Mermaid and Seaworm

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She said her hair was red as blood, and he said it already was the color of a penny and he liked to picture it the way it was.more

Two Stories

Two Stories

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There was so much left to do and I got a feeling like I used to have in my twenties that goes, let’s do this. It’s not necessarily a good feeling, but it’s stirring.more

Hollywood Hologram

Hollywood Hologram

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First of all, let me congratulate you on your big day. All things considered, I hope it was a joyous affair. That said, on behalf of everyone at Hollywood Hologram, I would like to extend my sincerest apologies for the unfortunate “incident” involving our product at your wedding reception. more

The Invitation

The Invitation

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What’s the matter, afraid of commitment? That seemed harsh, and completely unnecessary. But I don’t even know you, I said. Then why did you sit at my table, she replied. I didn’t. You came over to my table and handed me a cup of coffee. Then you sat down.more

Heroes

Heroes

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Pernell thought about the day Lindy got blown to hell and he stood abruptly, nodded to the other men and walked out. A sure giveaway that he was hiding something. But weren’t they all?more