Examining the lives and morality of young people at the dawn of the Jazz Age

I took Alpha Chi Delta’s keys and noclipped him.  I told him his “brother” was around with food and water in the land of endless yellow walls if he could find him.    I parked his Mazda CX-5 by a trailhead.  While I was driving his car I thought that I should get a sedan or a vehicleContinue reading “Examining the lives and morality of young people at the dawn of the Jazz Age”

I bet urologists have seen worse

When I woke up Martynova was already gone.  I picked up the tailgate special from Chicken Express.  50 spicy tenders, corn on the cob, cheese sticks, mac & cheese, coleslaw, apple pie, biscuits with gravy, and 2 gallons of sweet tea for 34 bucks.  I hope some cold chicken is thanks enough for her help.  IContinue reading “I bet urologists have seen worse”

Hot in Abilene

I don’t know anyone believed my bounty hunter story or if they didn’t care, or if they all went back inside to call the cops, but no one came out to do anything in response me choking out their apartment manager.  Once he was out I went into the apartment and saw Rose Red’s sister slumped overContinue reading “Hot in Abilene”

Part 15 – Trouble with the curve

One time there was this book called Freakanomics.  It made the claim that the drug trade is the world’s worst pyramid scheme.  This book outlined that the street dealers, who take most of the risk of getting shot by rivals and/or getting sent to prison, make less than minimum wage while the bosses at theContinue reading “Part 15 – Trouble with the curve”

Part 13 – Ungrand theft auto

Grace doesn’t want to yell at Andrea, for a variety of reasons.  She has no problem yelling at Huddie.  Right now any generally. “Huddie, what the hell did you do to those guys?  Did you kill them?  Those were cops Huddie!  Real cops!”  Huddie’s response is slurred mumbling that may have been something about raspberryContinue reading “Part 13 – Ungrand theft auto”

Part 7 – Smile through your fear and sorrow (j/k that’s a terrible idea)

What Cassie can tell Grace about the ring is that it’s the wedding ring of Andrea’s sister.  You guys remember her right?  She was a police detective and she found out about magic and her husband died and she got transfer to work for a fake FBI division to keep her quiet and she hadContinue reading “Part 7 – Smile through your fear and sorrow (j/k that’s a terrible idea)”

Part 2 – It’s always sunny at Denny’s

Grace would be the first one to tell you that she’s no looker.  Actually, that’s not true, a lot of people would line up to tell you that before she would.  But she wouldn’t deny it is the point.  Actually she might deny it because people lining up to tell you you’re not very attractiveContinue reading “Part 2 – It’s always sunny at Denny’s”

Hard way

I’m dipped out of a loop across Georgia and Florida to swing over to Tallahassee to see Kim.  Not Killer Kelly Kim, the other one.  I tried to sneak the philosophical concept of killing and its possible justifications in casual conversation.  He saw through me.  He asked me who I wanted killed.  He likes peopleContinue reading “Hard way”