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I am. I am the smartest on this planet. Yes, there are geniuses but they are not as smart as I am. Einstein was a hack compared to my superior intellect and I have proven his eulogized hypotheses droll and lacking creativity.

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The seduction of Madame Canard

“Mr. Batchelor, I most certainly will not choose you at the auction, nor will I hesitate to report your premeditated malfeasance to the Director…and I’m going there straight away!” “But, Madame, there is no criminal act intended. Mine is the

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Somewhere near Void Space

*** The Homer, a Galaxy Class III, FTL Cruiser, was carrying a traveling theatrical ensemble of  the Sappho Guild: Words without Borders, on an eight-week voyage within the Milky Way Galaxy. The ensemble’s manager, Chester Dupont and  Emil Douser, the production liturgist, were accompanied by

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The Devil’s in the Details

“Sir, is that your wife? Is that your wife, sir? Mr. Venable?” That’s me, Igor Venable. And the doll on the slab? That’s my wife, Chiki, or what’s left of her after the son-of-a-bitch harpooned her and dragged her dying

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He ain’t Heavy, he’s my Brother

This story is the 3rd installment of  Whitaker’s return to Earth for vindication and justice in a future civilization that appears ideal on the surface.  Although this story can stand on its own, for the first installment CLICK HERE and

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Another Faulty Fairytale

* Once upon a time on a small planet in an un-named galaxy smack dab in the middle of the busiest sector, the powers of authority decided there was nothing left to do in the galaxy. So, the shields went

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Mercury Poisoning: a game of chess

* Not long ago, Darlene Berenson and Randal Sizemore were married to each other.  Darlene’s family had all the money and Randal didn’t have any family to speak of, except his half-brother, George, who was paying through the nose for

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IMAGINATION WILL OFTEN CARRY US TO WORLDS THAT NEVER WERE. BUT WITHOUT IT WE GO NOWHERE.
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