A Weekend Adventure for Six Friends

A group of friends, dentists by training and board game fans by desire, longed for adventure. Like so many before them they did what any sensible group of 30-somethings would do; book a weekend away and pack up some beers knowing full well every night would end just slightly after 9:00pm and the days would … Continue reading A Weekend Adventure for Six Friends


Wyndell The Worst

The lab buzzed with the sound of electronic devices powering half a dozen experiments. Concoctions simmered on burners and dials marked slow but steady progress toward an unknowable goal. In the center of the laboratory sat Wyndell Camp, inventor, scientist, engineer, and all-around evil person. Weeks prior the mad scientist had introduced a swarm of … Continue reading Wyndell The Worst

Lem’s Diner

I'm down with a headache this evening.  Hurts. Ouch and whatnot.  Here's a story about enjoying the little things in life that annoy others to great delight. ------ A diner in eastern South Dakota focuses on pulling in travelers with promises of enormous cheeseburgers at noon, hearty chicken fried steak at dusk and "whatever ya' … Continue reading Lem’s Diner

A Roller Rink Sting

"This isn't going to work out," Agent Dyn said to her mic. "Give it time. It's just a little rain. They'll be here," Agent Amic replied from the surveillance van outside. The sting was taking place in a recently re-opened roller skating rink.  Agent Dyn simply had to get the target to make a few … Continue reading A Roller Rink Sting

Deck and Amy and the Bad Movie

"We could finish that zombie series you've been watching," Amy suggested as she and Deck browsed the recommendations. "Meh. Lost interest. The survivors started putting together plans for a power plant. I can forgive a lot of things in a zombie show, but three stoner golf caddies building a power plant? Too much," Deck said. … Continue reading Deck and Amy and the Bad Movie

Pigeons on the Sill

Seven pigeons sat on the window sill and stared into the fifth-floor apartment of Conn Olmer.  The two-bedroom overlooking a community park and garden was usually not a popular hangout for the least popular birds in the world, but there was something different about today. "What are you doing out there, you lot?" Conn asked … Continue reading Pigeons on the Sill

Low Hopper Finally RSVPs

Low Hopper, beloved electro folk song writer, penned and recorded a cutesy little ballad apologizing for a missed rsvp. We don't know who the song was written to, but Low was often overheard lamenting the social stumble and mentioning a Genie. Low said a lot of stuff though. Below and above, the song "Finally sending … Continue reading Low Hopper Finally RSVPs