November 28, 2015
Zebulon Sisselthacket removed his scarf with a flamboyant gesture of defiance, looking around first to make certain he was alone in the cloakroom. Then he flung the shoddy rag to the floor, stifling a sob. ‘What’s going on in there, Sisslethacket? Come out at once and take what’s coming to you,’ boomed the voice of […]
November 24, 2015
a stunning achievement, I suppose characters true to life, if you like that sort of thing intricate plot unspools with effervescent clarity, although eliciting the occasional nap
November 23, 2015
It made her wake with a jolt and she saw that a wand of afternoon sun had squeezed through the curtains and warmed her neck. I really like that ‘wand of afternoon sun’ from Boyd’s Restless.
November 22, 2015
Advice from a choirmaster often lauded for his merry disposition – ‘One should start each day with a short burst of random obscenities to cleanse the palate.’
November 21, 2015
Mildred, the Information Gathering Platypus, waddled into the swamp, gathering information as she went. Water density, insect count, and slop distribution were among the items she tallied and tucked away into the folds of her efficient mind. She paused in alarm when she noticed a cream colored 1948 Studebaker automobile hovering nearby. ‘Here now,’ she […]
November 20, 2015
All of the answers are correct.
November 19, 2015
As a youth, Charles Darwin: a. collected sand. b. thought more clearly when standing on his hands in the garden. c. was the local blacksmith’s benign nemesis. d. sometimes got up from the table and wandered off in the middle of a meal as if in a daze.
November 17, 2015
Mama Gaia Tree Aura available now in all your local forests
November 16, 2015
an isosceles triangle wearing a hat is nothing at all to be ever sneezed at. it should be respected and offered some tea, lauded and coddled and placed in a tree. and each day at sunset a trumpet shall sound reflecting the answers to questions not found.