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FIRESIDE CHAT:
Though never yourself elected—having never even run—IN HELL you’ll find yourself surrounded with
politicians and wondering why.                                     
                      
THE LIGHTER SIDE OF POLITICS:
Even in Hell those idiots will ignore your plaintive wail.
                                                                       
FICTION which should be NON:

     IT'S THE SAME OLD STORY    fiction by Darryl Mockridge

The CEO of Bullshit Corporation came to Dullsville in order to convince the good citizens that it would be
perfectly safe to build a nuclear power plant on the faultline that ran just 9 miles east of town. There was
some doubt at first of course, but, as the man explained, the benefits far outweighed the risks.

Strangely, when he was told he would have to build his own house on-site, and live in it while that
perfectly safe nuclear power plant produced cheap energy for all, that CEO quietly left town.   
A little necessary note:  Estuary Publications in no way condones anyone ever putting their money
where their mouth is when it comes to the endangerment of others.
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THE LIGHTER SIDE OF POLITICS:
Vote for someone who truly cares what you think and how you feel about things, write-in your dog.

FIRESIDE CHAT:  
Here are just a few of the things you might say when you arrive in Hell and discover it's full of DESIGNERS
using their own goddamned irritating devices throughout ETERNITY.

FICTION which should be NON

           BILL CULLEN’S WORLD    fiction by Darryl Mockridge

Syl charged $60,000 per lesson to teach skinny young girls to walk like a horse. And Syl truly felt the
lessons were not complete until they’d had at least three. So, the average fee for teaching a skinny young
girl how to walk like a horse was $180,000. Some, of course, required further lessons, and, though
serious efforts were always made,
some skinny young girls could never be taught to walk like a horse.

This got Bill Cullen thinking… maybe skinny young girls could be taught to walk like a horse for less…
perhaps far less.


A little necessary note:  Estuary Publications in no way condones ever undercutting the cost of pure idiocy.
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FIRESIDE CHAT:
IN HELL you’ll have the time, but no longer the inclination, to read all those books you had
planned to read in Life. So, (here's the sad part) you won't be able to discuss them with as
much authority as those who pretended to.
                                             
THE LIGHTER SIDE OF POLITICS: Like circus clowns emerging from a tiny car, there seems to
be no end to these fools. What could be more entertaining than watching a whole new wave of
politicians emerge and take up the reins, as the old ones wither away and disappear?
                                                                  
FICTION which should be NON:

La France, Disparu   fiction by Darryl Mockridge

In some idealistic future a leader emerges in France and openly confronts Les Etrangeres in
residence, telling them, "If you despise all that is good and unique about France and
everything that French culture has to offer, please, be my guest and return to the, no doubt
lovely, land from which you've come. And they do, leaving France a land of contentment and
sudden fiscal solvency. Who could have predicted that?



A little necessary note:  Estuary Publications in no way condones anyone ever having any
time to themselves, or taking one single moment to think about things.