Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Wishing Map 28

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Seven: B’frona (Continued) Previously: Gina learned that the 11 year old B’frona had lived alone for several years. ⇔ ⇔…

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Gene Wilder

He found the manic in humanity. And we’re forever grateful. Few actors have ever generated such a mix of admiration and affection as Gene Wilder. Rest in peace, old friend.

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Love. Before It’s Too Late

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
My dad, Bill Teemley, was ambitious, hard-working, and deeply conservative. And I was a wildly liberal 23 year old who’d recently completed a “useless” Theatre Arts degree and moved back in with the folks.  Somewhere…

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So Here’s the Deal

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My Butterfly Effect

I’ve always found the butterfly effect intriguing: the idea that the mere flap of a butterfly’s wing in, say, Des Moines could start a chain reaction leading to a devastating tsunami in Sr Lanka; or, for that matter, to the … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 27

This is the conclusion to Fool’s Odyssey.  To read it from the beginning, click here. Epilogos: Easter Morning Previously: The Fool’s search ended in the forest near a California grammar school. ↔ Later, on my third morning home in L.A., … Continue reading

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Best Advert Ever?

Seriously. This looks a bit grim, but hang in there till the end.

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