Category Archives: Dialog-y

Has lots of dialog

Eternity

Customer – I’d like to pick up my prescription.  Employee (he always speaks in a monotone) – What’s the last name? C – Smith E – There are a number of Smiths. First name? C – Jean E – Is … Continue reading

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The Trumps, After the Fall

Donald Trump is listening to Congress on C-SPAN. “The House votes to impeach.” DT–  (trump is eating Mcdonald’s hamburgers from a cart). Screw this, I won’t resign.  I am not a crook!  Besides, I have to give Alaska to Russia … 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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