Monthly Archives: October 2010

Zombies vs. Vampires, Oh My!

I have heard of zombies and vampires being used as metaphors, but using them to refer to the economy is a bit much, don’t you think?  Yet today I read a story on AOL referring to using zombies and vampires … Continue reading

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Shamrock’s “War of the Worlds”

This fictional story is dedicated to Orson Welles’ Mercury Theatre on the Air broadcast of H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds which occurred October 30, 1938.  I hope you have as much fun reading it as I did writing … Continue reading

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Cats on a Cold Tin Roof

You’ve probably heard of Tennessee Williams’ play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.  It’s the intriguing story of a woman named Maggie the cat.  This successful play is still as relevant today as it was when Williams first wrote it. … Continue reading

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Open Wide

Open Wide was written around April Fool’s Day, but it seems so appropriate for this time of year that I’m adding it to my blog.  Now for your werewolf, zombie, vampire, ghoulish enjoyment is : Open Wide. “Open wide” said Dr. … Continue reading

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The Scent

Sniff the air so fine — filled with the scent of dinner. Mmmm. Humans — so devine.

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Toothless Zombie

I’ve lost all my teeth. Now what will I do? Can’t eat humans — damn.

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Psychic Barb

Barb and I have known each other since the early 1960’s when her fraternal twin sister was in my grade school class.  We’ve had our ups and downs; our pain and sorrows, but through it all we’ve managed to survive. … Continue reading

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