Tag Archives: Politics

Games People Play

“I WON! I WON!” “You really are way too smart for me, this is the 10th time in a row that you’ve beaten me.” “I’m the smartest person in the world, I’ve been saying it for so long, but nobody … Continue reading

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The Trek to Freedom

It was a brutal hike, but there was no doubt in anyone’s mind that it HAD to be done. Maria, their leader, and mother of two, egged them on with words of encouragement, and when needed, a stream of abuses … Continue reading

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A Brief History of the World #PortugalPlots #28DaysInPortugal

Grandpa Marco was surrounded by his numerous grandkids, and was taking great joy in ‘reluctantly’ telling them their history, and the role he had played in creating it. It was that time of the millennium again, Grandpa Marco said, when … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flying Machine

The villagers always ‘knew’ that Fandango was a mad scientist, but they were still shocked when they saw his latest creation. And their trust in his craziness was complete when he stood on a platform on top of the monstrosity, … Continue reading

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The Scientific Renaissance

Photo Prompt courtesy Roger Bultot. “Your theory is filled with huge holes.” “That’s not possible Sir.” “Nonsense! Look at this weather balloon. It had these big holes, so it fell down from the sky.” “Yes Sir.” “Similarly, if the Ozone … Continue reading

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