Tag Archives: Aging

Shadow Boxing

Shadow Boxing

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An older man’s confrontation in a gym parking lot leads to consequencesmore

Did You Never See Dallas

Did You Never See Dallas

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Two tales about trying to correct the past.more

Say; Do

Say; Do

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Clifford wakes and smells it, sickly sweet and wettish, and wonders how come he can’t go to the bathroom and can’t go to the bathroom and then he’s shit his britches. He shifts between the sheets, feels around and takes a peek, discovers he’s okay. But the house reeks. He rolls to the edge ofmore

In the Event of My Death (Nancy, Do Not Read)

In the Event of My Death (Nancy, Do Not Read)

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If Nancy and I aren’t still together when I die, I’d like whatever girl I’m with to wear a black cocktail dress and one of those sexy hats Jackie Kennedy wore. Make sure Nancy gets invited.more

BULLshot: Jacob Mercer

BULLshot: Jacob Mercer

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“Either I really am getting lamer with age…or I have a bad habit of idealizing my past self”more

Fit

Fit

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“The world consists, as far as the son can tell, with things he can and things he cannot fit into his mouth. The son will grow up, and eventually stop putting things in his mouth, but the attitude will remain essentially unchangedmore

BULLshot: James Tadd Adcox

BULLshot: James Tadd Adcox

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The author of “Fit” on how, despite genetic tendencies, he isn’t grayingmore