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Bullshit?

by Rodney Ohebsion

In Bullshit?, Rodney Ohebsion wastes his and your time by asking such questions as: "Why do we use the world 'bullshit' to say that something is untrue?" "How come we call pickles 'pickles,' and not 'pickled...

The Rescue of Ol' Brindle

by N.A. Miller

A heartwarming story about Great Grandmother in Circa 1936 Depression Era Missouri and the rescue of the Family Cow, the only source of Milk. Annexed with Permission of M.P. Sandau

Men Don't Shop - Musings of an American Male

by Jerry De Munda

Growing up during the fifties and sixties in Connecticut then spending my adult life in the Midwest had its moments. What follows are some excerpts from those times. I have no illusions that my life was special...

Hugely-significant vocational unpleasantness

by Dan W.Griffin

What's your worst-ever job? This was just one of my rather disgusting vocations of years gone by. I hope you'll still be able to eat chicken.

THE BASSMAN COMETH

by Alan Annand

My night with Margaret Atwood: Hapless university graduate student in 1975 ruins famous Canadian author's poetry reading.

Pop Tarts and Snails

by Rodney Ohebsion

A fun look at the world of food.

No stranger to the P45

by Dan W.Griffin

If you have ever wondered what it would be like to crash a fairground ride, upset the Russian mob, humiliate yourself in front of two and a half million people, fall asleep on a push-bike, pole dance, be Santa...

How to Turn on Your TV

by Rodney Ohebsion

Rodney Ohebsion's fun look at the world of TV and movies.

Excerpts From Save The Basement Plus Other Stories

by Jerry De Munda

What follows are a few excerpts from a larger work covering my time as a volunteer fireman during the 1970s. Also included are some of my other misadventures through the years.

Supermarket Segregationism

by Rodney Ohebsion

You can call things Oriental. You can't call people Oriental.

The Armchair Critic

by Tannaaz Irani

Tannaaz Irani has always been a lover of the liberal arts, particularly social psychology and sociology. She has a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai as well as a degree in...

Francesco's Olives

Utter Obscurity: Abridged

by Ivana Hruba

Well worth the free download ...

HUMAN EMOTIONS

by Gypsy Travis

Human emotions are complex and range from the ridiculous to the sublime. Who hasn't felt love, anger, fear, hope, despair or grief in their journey through Life? Here, in no particular order, are vignettes expressing...

Rumble Yell: Discovering America's Biggest Bike Ride

by Brian David Bruns

RUMBLE YELL is the hilarious new book about RAGBRAI®. Finally enthusiasts, armchair cyclists, and adventure widows can live the full experience. No sweat. No lube. Just laughs. The world’s biggest bike ride....

Zen In The Art of Absurdity

by Carla René

In “Sounds Like...A Self-Portrait” we see Fern’s struggle to go for it with Rogers or not. But will her gas keep them apart? “Road Rage” shines a light on all those crappy drivers--who are driving...

What? Watt? Where? Ware?

by Thom Goddard

Comedy script written for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2001.

Trials and Tribulations of a Teenager.

by Bram Siebert.

A short, personal essay, written for an English class, in which I discuss some of the challenges I, and teenagers, face on a daily basis.

I'm a Liberal--I Deserve an Award

by Rodney Ohebsion

If you’re a liberal (like me): Congratulations! You’re awesome! I’m awesome. We’re fair, rational, tolerant, pleasant, public-spirited individuals who have managed to figure just about everything out,...

Egg McMuffins and Two and a Half Men

by Rodney Ohebsion

A fun look at the opera, Italian culture, and the French.