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Breather

If it got much colder, she was going to need to get serious about starting a fire.  The problem was that fire meant smoke.  Smoke meant attention and attention meant gunfire.  Gunfire meant noise.  Noise meant more attention, and so it went.  As it was, she’d keep as warm as she could without it.  TheContinue reading “Breather”

There Be Tigers

This is a dusty sort of story.  It’s about a real place somewhere in Eastern Oregon.  It’s true when it needs to be and that’s what matters, dear readers.  It has holes in it.  What of it?  It’s a rendition, rambling and purposeless.  It is not a warning.  Too late for that.  It’s a hypothesis,Continue reading “There Be Tigers”

Stranski Girl

My next project is on the bench. I’ve been drooling over some of these kits for awhile and I finally pulled the trigger. I picked it up from Industria Mechanika and it arrived in two days. Take a look at some of the short run kits they sell. I’m not being paid to say that,Continue reading “Stranski Girl”

Spare Parts Bin

I thought I’d throw together something real quick. It’s been a couple of weeks of hectic work and I missed my self-imposed weekly deadline. I’ve started going back to school for digital media and I’ve spent the last four weeks learning HTML and CSS. It’s changed quite a bit since I last did it inContinue reading “Spare Parts Bin”

Go West, Young Man

“Go West, young man, go West. There is health in the country, and room away from our crowds of idlers and imbeciles.” “That,” I said, “is very frank advice, but it is medicine easier given than taken. It is a wide country, but I do not know just where to go.” “It is all roomContinue reading “Go West, Young Man”

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