Lou Blodgett

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My stories have been read 37752 times and 42 of my stories have been cherry picked.
4 of my 111 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 4 votes

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"Lou Blodgett", playing with hand tools.

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Cherry

Dozing With The Radio On

(music ends) And, there. I always have a hard time hearing where that piece ends. That was Rocket J. Squirrel, playing Hahn’s “Mama Said” Etude. From...
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Cherry

A Brood Of Ducks (2)

I must have made a noise that, in visual print, would look like- “Shee!” With that, my nose loosened. But, it didn’t fall completely off. I now have...
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A Brood Of Ducks (1)

I put this hard-copy rant in a glass retro grape soda bottle. From, like, back before the time when you could just say ‘Grape Soda’ and open your...
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Just Sayin'

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Lefty Bought An Island

He was the terror of the seven seas, give or take a few. But he never gave a thought to what he would do when he was through… Lefty bought an island...
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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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Posted in The Prospective Client

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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 ?