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A short story


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The Blinding Deluge


I’ve seen it time and time again. People get frustrated and bored with the same ten or twelve ideas that spring up. Whether it’s in a TV show, on an album, in a book, or in a film, we all … Continue reading

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Last One Standing (the shortest story ever)


Originally posted on Flash Point Theater:
It’s either them or me. (Call to action: All right YouTubers: Let’s see your best flash film interpretation of this story done in ten seconds or less. My only copyright requirement for its use…

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Poltergiest


Poltergiest.

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Episode 1 Program Notes and Credits


Originally posted on Flash Point Theater:
Originally aired August 28, 2013. Musical guests: Kevin MaCleod.  Special thanks to Ever Desireless. Written, directed and produced by Joshua Dyer. All rights reserved. The podcast feed can be found at: http://flashpointtheater.podbean.com/ http://flashpointtheater.podomatic.com/rss2.xml

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The End of Innocence


Originally posted on Flash Point Theater:
  “I came here as soon as I could,” I said setting down in the freshly cut grass. The sun peaked up over the distant rolling hillside casting a violet hue into the drifting…

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Originally posted on Hunter Cell:
(IGL Archives, 2030) In 2026 the government ran out of funding for NASA and our national space program. In the years that followed, a new breed of exploration and entertainment was born. Sports team owners,…

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Originally posted on Ramblings Of A Hillbilly:
With the flu now reaching epidemic levels, it seemed to me a great time to share some tried and true mountian remedies. These will not only help you get over the virus, but…

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Originally posted on Hunter Cell:
Judge took one last drag off of his hydro, and then flicked the Chesterfield onto the damp bricks. She tried to lose him on the other side of the fountain, but the murderer was smarter…

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Originally posted on A Day In The Life:
The holidays are upon us once again, and with that I am able to recall the rush of feelings associated with them. The long lines, people getting killed at Wal-Mart, the singing…

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