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Chris Plumb
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Writer, teacher, musician, jokester, communicator, athlete, husband, father, fatso.
Writer, teacher, musician, jokester, communicator, athlete, husband, father, fatso.

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Wrote a story. Been a long time.
Stolen Vigilance
Stolen Vigilance
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Stolen Vigilance
The night’s watch, he called it. Better pop culture reference than The Watchtower, he thought. It was, in fact, neither a Game or Thrones moment, or a Jehovah’s Witness magazine, but insomnia. Relentlessness. No matter how hard he worked, or played, or talk...
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Stolen Vigilance
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The Road to San Quentin is Paved in Broken Glass: A Short Story
The life of crime did not look favorable from where Kevin was standing. He stood in the produce section and looked longingly towards the parking lot for some teleportation device or get-away car to escape his current dilemma.  He could, he considered, make ...
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Hooters or Bust
"I'm
sorry that this is what I've become! I'm sorry that it's not good enough for
you now, or ever." "That's
not true. Not true. But you did used to, you used to be different. You hadn't
given up yet. Now, now, you're just a..." "What...a
bum? A piece of sh...
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Life in the Express Lane
I don't care what other's say, I love your bagel imperfections.   Sometimes in life, circumstances necessitate that you broaden your understanding of right vs. wrong. Another fruitless visit to the supermarket during a hunger pang, my cart overflowing with ...
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Just Another Crazy Old Substitute Teacher
Jim Pines walked the room with a pretend air of authority, and wondered how much longer he could fake it. Then he heard it. Swearing and vulgarity were nothing new to Jim Pines. But honest self-assessments from high school kids were. Please show understandi...
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