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Archive for April, 2014

Judgment Day

Friday, April 11th, 2014

by William Cordeiro

“A nuclear winter is our only hope,” Senator Fleishbaum intoned to the moderator, “—our only presently viable recourse to stem global warming. Do you realize that an estimated 75% of our world’s population centers will reside within affected coastal regions if the current acceleration of shoreline deprivation continues another two and a half years without significant relocation?… Keep reading...

A Crash Delight

Friday, April 11th, 2014

by Jessica McHugh

The twisted metal moans, longing to contract until only screams escape between slits of Chevrolet flesh. According to GE-197, humans sound like stuck pigs when they panic. Before joining the other along Route 15, he worked near a farm, so there’s no reason to refute the claim.… Keep reading...

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