Monthly Archives: May 2011

An Unexpected Guest

This is a recycled story from an earlier blog, but I like it too much not to see it in print again. It’s been modified and expanded. It’s about Bob: Bob came out of the wilds of Pennsylvania. As a … Continue reading

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Mistress of the Malthusian

The Malthusian Doctrine, roughly stated, was the belief that if a population increased more than edible resources, then in time, if no ceiling was put on the increase of population, many would starve or be malnourished… That was how she’d … Continue reading

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Brass Balls Branson

The children shrieked with delight when his name came up; the two young girls were the worst. “Oh shush,” Grandma scolded, “don’t call him that. Wasn’t his name really Bob Branson?” Her son, and the father of the three children, … Continue reading

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