Category Archives: urban legend

Pacheco Pass

Even though I’m from north Louisiana (about 140 feet above sea level), I’m familiar with the term pass (as it relates to roads and not grades). This weekend I drove up to Modesto in the Central Valley and took the … Continue reading

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OCD

The buckle on my lap belt is facing the wrong way. I have to fix it. If I don’t, then I’m pretty sure we’ll have an incident (I’m flying out of Monterey, so incidents are expected), and I will be … Continue reading

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Fronting

From the online urban dictionary: The antigravity properties of the Victoria’s Secret banquette bra are no mystery to anyone who’s ever worn one. They’ve got more rigging in them than a fleet of sailboats or Peter Pan the musical. And … Continue reading

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Intellectual Exercises

We stayed up late watching the Zombie King’s team beat the Michigan Men. Staying up late makes me a little goofy. And now I know that it makes Mark even goofier.  We were playing a variation of the “what if … Continue reading

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Zombie Apocolypse

Somewhere I read that writers are supposed to write everyday. I read it on the internet, so it must be true. Right now, I’m stuck on GO. Start on Book 2 or work on the Short Story between Books 1 & 2? … Continue reading

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Rural Myths

Most people have probably heard of urban legends; you know, the guy travelling in China wakes up in a bathtub of ice missing a kidney.  Given that half of the country lives in largely rural, “flyover” land, I don’t know that rural myths … Continue reading

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