Lou Blodgett

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My stories have been read 31264 times and 34 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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"Lou Blodgett", a month from now.

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Past The Eyebrows Darkly, Part II

Corky Malcolm's early career revisited.
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Past The Eyebrows Darkly

Corky Malcolm's early career revisited.

Something on the Wind

The sun nestles ‘mongst the variegated trees. With the twilight chatter of the chickadee. The greatest feature can’t be heard or seen. A balm...
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More About Cats

Dear Federal Representative or Regulatory Commission: Despite my repeated requests for them to stop, cats insist on leaning into my hand when I pet...

No Doggerel

Contains Doggerel.
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4 of my comments have received 4 Great Feedback votes

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Ooh! Ooh! Cool.  I prefer

Posted on Fri, 23 Aug 2019

Ooh! Ooh! Cool.  I prefer your second option, since cryogenic preservation can also push the narrative forward in this epic. And let me add: Millions of years later, visitors come to the planet. And an android (who had been keeping itself busy...

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Posted in The Prospective Client

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Thanks, Di_Hard! You have my

Posted on Fri, 23 Aug 2019

Thanks, Di_Hard! You have my imagination racing with that comment. It would be a strange thing if a market no longer existed due to that, but also, what an experience for the last shoppers! That would be the clearance sale of clearance sales.

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This piece pulled some things

Posted on Sat, 18 Mar 2017

This piece pulled some things about the hair-cutting experience from the back of my mind. It was an eye opener. I found the issue of 'trying something else' shocking, from my set perspective. But the client was bold! 

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Posted in The border of earth

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This describes a sad dynamic,

Posted on Thu, 29 Dec 2016

This describes a sad dynamic, but to put it in such a way, it brings understanding.

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Posted in An Oft Repeated Mall ?