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A Texan's job offer is picked up by a man from Japan whose strange behaviors and ideologies prove themselves more bizarre than the work they do. Read More

Book / Other

January 12, 2020

Reads: 268

Shelves: 1

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A terrible human being loses it all and becomes a vigilante. His idea of what a criminal is does not align with most people's. He goes after abortionists and the expecting mothers with equal attention. He gets backed by a right-wing radio station. The only person standing in his way… Read More
Upon discovering a YouTube technical error that could result in the COPPA fines sweep bankrupting half of America, Kevin Neece releases an invocation cartoon onto the internet to turn fate against the FTC, only to realize due to human error, that once the cartoon went viral and was used in… Read More

Poem / Humor

December 13, 2019

Reads: 93

Comments: 3

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You eat, I eat, but do we all eat? Read More

Reads: 78

Comments: 7

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Christmas is cancelled. Who would do such a terrible thing? Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More
Part One. Ministry of Outreach on Zgorbov has ulterior motives for the two Earthlings. Read More
The title should have warned you off but I'll do it again. Do not read. A story about a guy that goes to investigate a school shooting for a talk-show host. What he finds changes everything. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 25, 2019

Reads: 89

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Not a big follower of Twitter but I do get some feeds. Occasionally reading through the tweets I remain amazed at the misinformation, bigotry and intolerance by those who claim the exact opposite - these martyrs of the new age who waste no time decrying difference to their own agenda.… Read More
A look at a material world from the point of view of AI beings. Read More
Long ago, there were four kingdoms that lived together as one in a small region known as "Faulon". Paldaron, Drakon, Greymaria, the lesser of them being Lorlyn. Lorlyn was once the sanctuary to a kind young man. His name was Almar, and as his fame grew, so did his power.… Read More
This was just one of many. Read More
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How to stop a hurricane. Read More

Reads: 321

Comments: 18

Shelves: 2

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This is a story of love and hate, of hope and despair, in verse. Read More

Reads: 122

Comments: 2

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Fiction -- well, maybe. Cover image: pixabay.com Read More
This is a fictional satire. It involved my personal understanding and opinion about certain religion and the practice of Psych industry in general. It can be offensive to the ones who hold strong belief of that certain religion and the work-ability of psychopathic treatments. Read More
A story about a distopian future in which certain people must fight to survive. Themes covered are family, humanity, cruelty, wealth, and love. Can't say much more than that without spoiling it, and I would never do that to you! Just read it if you want to know more. Read More
Science Fiction, pretty crazy imagery. I'm not spoiling the story, read it if you want to know what happens - it's not too long. Read More
A story about an everyday family getting into an accident. I'm not going to spoil it, you wan't to know what happens -read it. Read More
A not too distant future in the United States. One man's journey to commit a life-changing act is beset by constant hurdles. He seeks to obtain higher office in order to make real change for everyone, if only by accident, its mainly for him. Read More

Reads: 207

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

The The Imaginarium House

Written for Imaginarium House, 100 words challenge. The Deadline. Read More

Reads: 149

Comments: 4

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Conversations inside a chapel. Read More

Reads: 161

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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View on a society that only values youthfulness, and the people who willingly accept that. Read More
A lecturer ends up in front of a weird audience. Read More
Corvus never expected much from life. As the son of shopkeepers, he seemed doomed to an existence standing behind a counter and arguing with self-centered, delusional customers. But that was before animals starting talking to him, before assassins started hunting him, and before he started hearing mysterious voices. Now that… Read More
An affectionate look at SJW outrage against autonomous AI weaponry (1,300 words). This was first published as a two-part book, now reposted as a short story for easier reading. Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay. Triggered by 'Insurgent' - HJFurl at https://www.booksie.com/591821-insurgent. Read More

Tags: satire, thriller, ai, sjw

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"I loved this story Adam, a compelling read, beautifully written." Read More

Poem / Humor

May 26, 2019

Reads: 98

Comments: 1

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Humorous take on William Carlos Williams' poet The Red Wheelbarrow. Read More
The Christmas Poem about Vito Claus, Santa's Italian Half brother who delivers presents in New Joisey because the mob has a hit on him for giving them coal all the time. The Night before Christmas in Joisey N.A Miller Disclamer: Any Resemblance to any Italians, Alive, Dead, Shot, Drown (with… Read More

Tags: satire

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