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I have 619 stories published in 8 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 463925 times and 390 of my stories have been cherry picked.
88 of my 3,163 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 99 votes

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Richard McDonough

A dinosaur defying extiction.

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The Ticket Window

With the ghost of Cary Grant as my guide, I swaggered over to the ticket window at Grand Central Terminal. “Judy! Judy! Judy!” I said. “I’d like a...
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Shiny Things - A Ramble

“It needs to sparkle. It’s needs more snap, crackle, and pop. It needs . . . another tweak.” “Please, God, no! Not another tweak. I’m only human. For...
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Patience and Fortitude with Father Mulrooney - A Craven Danger Mystery

May 20, 1948 “This is a funny place to hear my confession, Father. I feel a little exposed.” “This is the perfect place, Craven. The crack of dawn...
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How We Manage III - Nature vs. the Machine

My heart beating louder than a big bass drum . That’s a line from the Stone’s song Bitch. I know how Mick feels. I’ve been going on daily hikes...
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How We Manage II

In part one of this journal I outlined how my wife and I managed a daily routine while being stuck with each other — I mean stuck on each other; as...

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88 of my comments have received 99 Great Feedback votes

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Sure does make one want to

Posted on Sun, 22 Nov 2020

Sure does make one want to read on, Mark. Bravo. Sorry so late to the party. Will have to catch up.

Rich

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Posted in Pigeon Variations - Ch 1 - Control

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What a lovely Christmas treat

Posted on Tue, 22 Dec 2020

What a lovely Christmas treat to come across this morning, Rachel. A real pleaser.

 

 

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Posted in A Partridge, A Pear Tree

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Thaks, Drew. Spent a loot

Posted on Thu, 24 Dec 2020

Thaks, Drew. Spent a loot time in pubs when I was a kid. We'd follow our folks to their local pub on Third Ave. and shake them down for coins to play shuffle board. Old timey plalce. Saw dust on the floor and beer nuts a plenty. Also, it's good I...

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Posted in The Christmas Coaster

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What times we live in, indeed

Posted on Tue, 18 Aug 2020

What times we live in, indeed. much enjoyed your lovely jaunt this morning. It registered big with me. We live in dfferent countries, but I felt us walking side by side. 

Rich

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Posted in Illicit Exercise

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Damn fine poem, Rachel. Well

Posted on Tue, 25 Aug 2020

Damn fine poem, Rachel. Well deserved.

Rich

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Posted in Salamander

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I was a bit bewlildered as to

Posted on Fri, 21 Aug 2020

I was a bit bewlildered as to what made insert laugh. It wasn't until I - dare I say it? - googled Bibi Andersson that I realized what an ignorant cow I can be sometimes. lol. Now you've got me jonsing for an Ingmar Bergman film. And, Sean, it...

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Posted in Bibi Andersson

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Even though I'm not familiar

Posted on Sat, 22 Aug 2020

Even though I'm not familiar with any of the names you've mentioned, I found that if I filled it in with names I am familiar with, it all made perfect sense. 

I remember a show called Queen for a Day. It was hosted by Jack Bailey. As a...

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Posted in Good News

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I love when I can read a

Posted on Sun, 23 Aug 2020

I love when I can read a piece and say, I know these people. You've captured it all so well. Much enjoyed, Gothicman.

Rich

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Posted in Is Nothing For Keeps?

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Ha. Craven's no detective,

Posted on Thu, 23 Jul 2020

Ha. Craven's no detective, either, celtic. I think I'm finally over my anxiety-ridden self and am ready to move on. Book finally done. Just now formatting at present for upload to Amazon. Even managed to build a website for my wife. Maybe 66 is...

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Posted in Shiny Things - A Ramble

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Missing my Friday night pub

Posted on Mon, 27 Apr 2020

Missing my Friday night pub night a bit more after reading this. Every line rang as true as can be. You know of what you speak. Wonderful piece, Joe and congrats on Story of the Month. Well deserved honors. Cheers, buddy.

Rich

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Posted in The Pub

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