I told Ms. Griggs I left my homework at my dad’s house, and my mom refuses to let me go over there till the weekend. Somehow Ms. Griggs knows my parents aren’t divorced. “Strike Two,” she says. (Apparently she didn’t believe my grandma died yesterday either.) Tonight’s homework, stupid as always, is worse than usual. […]
How to get out of P.E. class. Or, maybe not.
Comma sutra–Because punctuation is sexy
What did you do with your algebra today?
Is Schrodinger alive or dead?
There’s a lot to remember on Independence Day.
One last murder before going on with life.
The Interview Reading time: 1 1/2 minutes The receptionist squeezed the last bite of pepperoni pizza between her lips. She looked up when the office door swooshed open. Recognized him instantly. “Chuckles!” She covered her mouth with her hand. “Come in.” The man looked down at his chest. “Am I wearing a name tag? How […]
The 11 Solution Reading time: 1 minute Saturday’s Mystery of the Week, starring Neil, Buzz and Michael was all about Apollo 11. Michael Collins is often the forgotten astronaut aboard Apollo 11. He didn’t walk on the moon, instead dropping off his two pals like they were heading to soccer practice and then picking them […]
The Final Frontier Reading time: 1 minute Neil put his pen down. Shook his hand. “Writer’s cramp.” Michael and Buzz nodded agreement. They stared at the hundreds of photos, still plenty awaiting their autograph. They couldn’t autograph a life insurance policy, so they autographed these photos instead. And like a life insurance policy, they hoped […]