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Fever

Part of January’s Writing Challenge: 

You wake up, or gain consciousness, in a different body. What? How? Why? What do you do now? 

A Monologue By Jeff Folschinsky… 1,348 more words

#eclecticvoices

jfolschinsky reblogged this on Amused to Death and commented:

This was my entry for the Eclectic Voices January Writers Challenge. #monolouge #fiction #humor #fantasy #flashfiction #ff

Take It Like A Man

Amazing the things you don’t get around to posting! On 15 April 2014 I directed Take It Like A Man by Sarah Tarbit as part of the… 39 more words

Writing

1/30/15 Monologue Jokes

All stories cribbed from the NYTimes.

Dartmouth’s president announced a prohibition on hard liquor Thursday as part of a far-ranging overhaul of campus life. Many experts thinks he’s out of touch with reality, not because of the ban, but because he said with a smile, “There’s so much else to do beside drink in Hanover, New Hampshire!” 227 more words

Monologue

And Everything Will Stop...

Now and then I have shared on my blog poems that have caught my eye (heart and soul), and this is one of those moments once again. 304 more words

Thoughts. Memories. Impressions

Joke time p. 245

A worker prepping a film lot in Taiwan for an upcoming Martin Scorsese movie was killed in a scaffolding accident. And being that “Someone must die on set before shooting begins” is the top item on Scorsese’s rider, production will now commence.

Monologue Jokes

1/29/15 Monologue Jokes

All stories cribbed from the NYTimes.

Despite rulings declaring bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional in their states, state legislators in Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas have introduced bills that would prohibit the issuing of marriage licenses to gay couples. 195 more words

Monologue

Poolside apology

It was merely a casual observance, good sir. A slight glance to take in the beauty around me. Neither, as you seem to think, a lingering look, nor leer, nor seductive stare. 237 more words

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