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A.S.M.R.
A.S.M.R.
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FREE: This weekend, Feb. 7 and Feb. 8, the Kindle ebook The Martian, the Angel and the Robot  is available for free download.
A Culture of One
A Culture of One
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A Martian Considers the Possibility of Church Life
What follows is a brief excerpt from my book, The Martian, the Angel and the Robot . By the time you would reach this point, the story takes some things for granted. So I’ll fill in the gaps. The three characters here are the title characters, Fred, a marti...
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The Blunt Object of Compassion
I’m not used to doing things the way everyone else does. I never have. Sometimes the best thing to do is what no one else would think to do. Or say. I sometimes say things that are rude, but are also considerate. People don’t ask me my opinion unless they w...
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Please Leave Your Personality at the Front Desk (part 5 : the conclusion)
If you're looking for the beginning of this story, it's here. *   *  
*   *   * With an exasperated grumble, Judge Fulner stopped reading.
“Do you really think this is enough for a warrant against the PSA?” The FBI man answered, “No, your honor, I don’t. Bu...
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Please Leave Your Personality at the Front Desk (part 4)
If you're looking for the beginning of this story, it's here. *   *  
*   *   * Before joining, Frank had been a bit nervous about his
obligation. He had a purpose, a promise. He had to do what he could to become
involved in the Resistance culture. He wasn’...
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Please Leave Your Personality at the Front Desk (part 3)
If you're looking for the beginning of this story,   it's here.       *   *   * “All right, I’m in.” “Hello to you to.” “Rob, I want to be a part of this.” “Okay, well, first things first, you’ve got to be more
careful than that. You can’t just rush throu...
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Please Leave Your Personality at the Front Desk (part 2)
If you're looking for the beginning of this story, it's here. *   *  
*   *   * The doorbell was constant until it was answered. “Oh, Hi
Frank.” “Linda. Is Pete home?” “Yeah. He’s in--” She stopped the moment Frank pushed past
her. Pete was right there. He ...
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Please Leave Your Personality at the Front Desk (part 1)
It was the standard sign. Frank read it aloud. “Please leave
your personality at the front desk.” This was the DMV. There wasn’t even a
desk. There was just a portly Public Security Agent grimacing at him for
waiting. The agent obviously didn’t have the pat...
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Definition of the World 'Literally' - Virtual 'Literally' is not Illiteracy, but it is a Casual Misuse of a Word
I don’t know if the title of this post is
exceptionally clever, but it is a lot of fun to say out loud. If that title
made this sound good enough to read, then, like me, you’re probably someone who
has a solid opinion on the proper use of the word ‘literall...
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