From the Ordinary Times Contributor Network, Michael Siegel’s Dreams in the Long Dark, part one of a three part short story.
“After that, I was in the joint for like a week before Coke came calling with a Brand Ambassador position.”
The following story is meant to be humorous. Any resemblance to the Vice President or a beloved talking conveyance is purely coincidental.
The Tommy Shelbys and Nucky Thompsons of the world are parasites on the real men who make the world go round.
So much is happening right now that it’s hard to pay attention to any one particular thing, particularly my implausible escapades.
By this point, I am afraid that the absurdity of all this had become too much to bear.
The following story is humorous. As far as we know Mike Pence could, in fact, use his fingers to count to ten, were it necessary.
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The following story humorous: As far as we know Mike Pence can not, in fact, whistle loudly without using his fingers.
The following story is meant to be humorous, and is not intended to represent men of steel or any other alloy for that matter.
The following story is meant to be humorous. As far as we know Mike Pence did not, in fact, foil a Jesuit conspiracy.
The following story is meant to be humorous. The real-life Mike Pence is not, in fact, an expert in 19th Century whaling techniques