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All Thanks Being Equal

February 26, 2013

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"Alas, poor Yogi.  I knew him.  He was a bear of infinite pic-a-nic baskets."

Continuing from Part 3, the conclusion (finally) of… Max and the Lost Shakespeare Thank-You Note, Part 4: All Thanks Being Equal… The yellowed piece of paper in Maxine’s hand read: Thanks for hiring me to write the bible! I didst the very best I was able. Now everyone can be churchin’, From viscount to urchin. (To ‘Wm. […]

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A Spot of Tea (And That Stands For Trouble)

February 22, 2013

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Continuing from Part 2… Max and the Lost Shakespeare Thank-You Note, Part 3: A Spot of Tea (And That Stands For Trouble) Bonkers was so excited he just kept galloping up and down the length of the passenger area, his ears flopping wildly.  “Private plane, private plane, private plane!  Private plane, private plane, private plane!  […]

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Into The Belly of the Bear

February 20, 2013

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Yahoo Serious?  Anyone?  "Young Einstein"?

Continuing from Part 1: A Turn of the Table… Max and the Lost Shakespeare Thank-You Note, Part 2: Into The Belly of the Bear “So then he the truck takes our garbage – just takes it – and drives away!  I’m like, ‘That’s right, garbage truck – you better run!’ Scared the crap out of […]

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Max And The Lost Shakespeare Thank-You Note, Part 1

February 18, 2013

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Max and the Lost Shakespeare Thank-You Note, Part 1: The Turn of the Table In the basement-level shop she worked from, Maxine Cho looked in to her crystal ball, stepping lightly on the lighting pedal to give it that “other-worldly” internal glow.  “I sense,” she said in an exaggerated, generic – and completely fake – […]

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The Return of Maxine and Bonkers

February 17, 2013

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Artist's interpretations by Shelby Denham.  Thanks, Shelby!

Max, Bonkers the beagle, and Reginald the melodramatic ghost return! If the above declaration and artist’s rendering doesn’t stir anything in you, then you likely missed out on last summer’s Choose Your Own Adventure story.  Or you didn’t like it.  Then I don’t know what to tell you.  Why didn’t you like it?  I worked […]

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Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 5: Death Holds A Staring Contest

August 24, 2012

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And now, continuing from part 4, the conclusion of… Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin Part 5: Death Holds A Staring Contest Ditching the Death Blood Cult priest had been easy – what with him having no eyes and all – but the fact that he knew they were coming meant they had no time […]

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Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 4: Hidden Where None Dare Venture

August 23, 2012

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Continued from Part 3… Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 4: Hidden Where None Dare Venture Maxine frantically searched through the bottles and glasses behind the bar, crouched down out of the line of fire.  On the other side of the bar, an enormous brawl had broken out between Dragon and his henchmen, the […]

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Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 3: The Smell of Danger

August 22, 2012

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**Continuing Part 1 and Part 2 of our Choose Your Own Adventure week** Max And The Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 3: The Smell of Danger Reginald Winterthrop, when he was alive, was a man of rigid dignity and noble adventure – until the unfortunate instance in the Egyptian tomb left him a ghost, doomed to […]

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Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 2: Currying Favor

August 21, 2012

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Continued from yesterday’s Part 1: The Past Comes Knocking. Max And The Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 2: Currying Favor Maxine looked at Paulson, then at the door – behind which the pounding had reached a thunderous level – then back at Paulson.  She smiled.  “Agent Paulson, do me favor?  Get the door?” Paulson tensed.  “Max…!” […]

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Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 1: The Past Comes Knocking

August 20, 2012

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I'd hope it goes without saying that Max has a cool, old classic American car.

*Today begins a week-long Choose Your Own Adventure story*  Be sure to vote at the end! Max and the Argentinian Death Penguin, Part 1: The Past Comes Knocking Deep in a part of the city where it was always night and the primary pass-time was trying to get out of that part of the city, […]

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