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Small Town Blues Ch. 2

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*CRACKLE* “IN THE SUMMERTIME WHEN THE WEATHER IS HIGH YOU CAN STRETCH RIGHT UP AND TOUCH THE SKY. WHEN THE WEATHER’S FINE YOU GOT WOMEN YOU GOT WOMEN ON YOUR MIN-“ My hand comes down on the alarm clock with enough force to render a lesser appliance into slag. “AAAAAUUUUUUGH” I groan up at the … Continue reading Small Town Blues Ch. 2

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Stacy’s Mom (Has got it goin’ on)

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Tutoring the beautiful step-daughter of a beautiful Panda, will Ezra find more than he expected…

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FIZZSHIRE CHRONICLES: EPISODE 2, I’M SO TIRED

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Today I decided to write about the marriage laws. They’re pretty interesting but frowned upon by every religious human and at least fifty percent of paladins, but that’s just me pulling statistics out of my ass. Now what they are is a contested love act, and what that means is when two mommies love a … Continue reading FIZZSHIRE CHRONICLES: EPISODE 2, I’M SO TIRED

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Bachelorsville, Texas- Introduction: Beer And Loathing

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There’s no shortage of people out there who complain how boring life in their little town can get. I’m one of those seemingly rare people who happens to like it that way. Yet the solace and tranquility I found in small town life was doomed to come crashing down around me one scorching west Texas summer night.

I was making good time back from Odessa after dropping off a load of gravel for a customer and crossed the El Portal County line with a few hours to go before sunset that particular summer afternoon. Almost immediately after crossing the county line, I noticed a plume of smoke off in the distant hills.

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