Tag Archives: Charles Brownson

The Doodah Man

Here lives half a person. The other half is visiting relatives at the half-people’s home for retired fragments. If some of them could club together he’d be pretty good company. After all, everyone has a few extra bits sticking out. … Continue reading

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Sunday February 11, 2018

Am here.

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The River Derwent

The River Derwent She’d heard the old mission had been restored recently, put back into place so to speak, its grubby old age wiped off like a fogged mirror Jake would say, and had come to see for herself. From … Continue reading

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Mr Ka’s treasure

Mr Ka’s Treasure Map In an old trunk in his attic Mr Ka found a large piece of heavy with mysterious writing on it. This must have been left behind by an earlier owner of this house, Mr Ka said … Continue reading

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You can quote me on this

  You can quote me on this You can turn off the background music with the button in the upper right corner. One button is the Chinese character for chi, breath or life. The other is a crushed chi.

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