Category Archives: Dialog-y

Has lots of dialog

The Trumps, After the Fall

Donald Trump is listening to Congress on C-SPAN. “The House votes to impeach.” DT–  Screw this, I won’t resign.  I am not a crook!  Besides, I have to give Alaska to Russia or Putin will have my ass.  I wonder … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliette Balcony Scene (New York City)

  Juliette’s 3rd floor apartment window in Brooklyn Juliette:  Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo? Romeo:  Yo, look down! Juliette:  Yo, look down? Romeo:  Yeah, or are you talking to another Romeo in the building across the street? Juliette:  There’s … Continue reading

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Silicon Gangs

Silicon Gangs By Jon Marcus It’s a quiet day in Cupertino, California. People are starting to leave work. At Apple Computer headquarters, an engineer (dressed in jeans, a hoodie and generally shabby looking clothes) is walking in the parking lot … Continue reading

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Welcome to Rocko’s

Its seven blocks up and one block to the left You sure? Yes, he wrote it down I cant believe they’ll sell to us. No shit.  What do you want to get? Lets get a lot.  It will make us … Continue reading

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A Simple Flirtation?

I’m 45 and I have always loved older women.  Even in my 20s I was dating women in their 40s.  They know who they are, they have a sexy, intelligent, elegant maturity about them and they don’t bullshit me……as much … Continue reading

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Feeling Secure

Jim believed in high security for his home, so he installed an alarm system. Then he read that the best home security is actually a dog because dogs make so much noise and because most thieves wouldn’t want to battle … Continue reading

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George’s Happy Place

George had a cavity that needed be filled.  He was scared to death and didn’t know how to deal with it.  The dentist tried to tell him that this is the simplest of procedures and he had nothing to worry … Continue reading

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