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Time's Trickster Loops

It may be said with a degree of assurance that not everything that meets the eye is as it appears.
Rod Sterling

The day wears on and I’m now in a state of pseudo wakefulness.

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Chronic Pain

The Twilight Zone 1.3 - Mr. Denton on Doomsday

As with last night’s viewing, you might make the argument that six years old is also a little too young to catch the nuances and subtleties in… 403 more words

Doug Mcclure

Nightmares and Shopping

Does anyone else have issues actually pushing that final button to make a purchase? Especially for something expensive?

I’m not talking about pushing the button to buy a pair of earbuds or something like that (and yes, I know that some people get earbuds which are crazy expensive. 322 more words

Travel

Pilot

In the rich tradition of ‘The Twilight Zone’ and ‘Lost’ , this blog consorts with the quirky and the unreal. Sometimes it flirts with the commonplace but when it does so it niggles its doorways to reveal what lies beneath, It is rarely pleasant. 49 more words

Writing

" And that's the way it is........"


” You are traveling through another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. Next stop…..The Twilight Zone.”

So, I am sitting at the OTB Cafe at the Boathouse in North Park the other night, eating a turkey burger and sipping on a Pinner, when this guy sits next to me with his lady and he begins to talk about the television reporting. 537 more words

American Culture

Alive (short story)

She had never been unfaithful to Edward before, but there was something special about Jack that made her feel alive again. 

It started simply and unexpectedly. 1,022 more words

General

Death has entered the Twilight Zone

I decided to make my first post about the show that gave me the idea for this blog; The Twilight Zone. This show is known for taking a hard, critical look at the fears that drive our society, and death is no exception. 566 more words