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Cynthia swung a screwdriver. “What are you doing with that?” her mother asked her. “Fixing Gemini.” Gemini was the name that Cynthia had given to her ...

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I didn’t see the purse fall, just heard the sound. A second later we were both on hands and knees. No Saturday night special. No makeup. Not much of anything ...

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Sylvia’s standing on the platform but the train isn’t there. The cheque wasn’t there, either, not on any one of the seven times she checked the mailbox in ...

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Digital Discipline Technologies, which everyone refers to by its abbreviation DDT, has, like most such places, a company cafeteria in its world headquarters ...

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*This story won the SSL Writing Forum – Contest #3* “Not another cloudy day to be flying this bloody helicopter for the sightseers,” growled Jose. “Seems ...

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In 2005, out of a senior class of 30, Jennifer Torres was one of two voted “Best Debaters of the Year”. The other one was her twin, Sam Torres. Debating had ...

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I’m seventy-five-years old and live in a nursing home but I remember 1933 and that week before Christmas as though it was yesterday. Men huddled in empty ...

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“Rudolf, do you love me? Do you really love me?””Of course I love you Rebecca. Oh Rebecca, why haven’t I told you more often? I love you, I love you, I love ...

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“To answer your question, yes, I am gay. Why not? I mean, aren’t you so hot no straight man could resist you? So why don’t you just believe what you need to ...

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I’m not sure I remember where their house is. I know we go along 12th, and then- I know where we turn. I’ll tell you. Good. So Jane, before we get there, ...

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“You about ready to get this rascal out of here?” Irv, the manager of Wolford’s Piano and Organ Company, asked his lead mover. Clyde shook his head as he ...

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Whenever you smell leaves burning, your mind immediately thinks of autumn and the game. Sometimes, in the spring, when a neighbor burns off the winter’s ...

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