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Giant Squid: Ask the Giant Squid: On Our Communications, Trans-Dimensional
by the Giant Squid
Dear Giant Squid:
I'm doing a research project on you and I was wondering what you call the baby giant squid. I also wanted to know how you communicate. Hurry! My report's due soon!
I was upon the verge of setting word onto screen when my lab assistant Rob, as often he does, did lean against the glass of my tank and interject an unrequested snippet of wisdom.
"That shit is cold; the distinguished lil Yuri ain't no baby. He's just tiny and shit. Not his fault."Fiction: Plan B
by Doug Mathewson
Since Dad was in the Air Force our family often moved when we were growing up. Even after they divorced Mom kept moving us. It just became a pattern I guess, and seemed natural. Finally after we ran out of child support and alimony Mom needed "Plan B". Santa Fe seemed like a good choice for the three of us. I already painted a mental picture of myself in Art School, my sister planned to rope and brand a cowboy boyfriend for her very own, and poor Mom just wanted a life.Poetry: Alive and Breathing in Thessaloniki
by Thomas Zimmerman
Rant: Make Talk
Unseen dogs barking, faint smell of diesel, bus keen and whoosh, but lovely white haze over the gulf, the Aegean frosty blue despite the morning warmth.
Pigeons in Aristotle Square, unintelligible letter combos everywhere:
by Fritz Swanson
We went to the Apple store this weekend to get my iPod Touch fixed. I never listen to music because I just read the Internet on it, but then I tried to listen to some music and the headphone jack was bunk. It was crazy and static-y, and people on the Internets said that there was an issue with the Touch jacks.
So, we went in on a Saturday, and it was the second time ever that my son, Oscar, has been in a mall, and it was totally wigging him out. We went in the store and he took me directly to the Apple TV, because we had looked at it once the last time we were in the mall, his first time in the mall, and he remembers EVERYTHING.