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Trickledown

You’ve probably washed dishes before, but never, like, professionally washed dishes, to the level of cleanliness I’m dealing with. I’m talking spotless, no grit, mirror-shine clean. The kind of clean you’d think just came off the damn production line; the … Continue reading

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Donate to Science

The shutter snaps its gratifying little clicks and within uncountable milliseconds several photos are taken, each essentially capturing the same thimble-head shot of a thumb, the white of the purpling fingernail filled with a deep mottling of dirt and decay. … Continue reading

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A Soul for the Ages

I heard knocking at the door, so I got off the couch and answered. “Good evening,” said a short, wiry and familiar-looking man in a grey suit. He stood in front of me in the apartment hallway, with his black, … Continue reading

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