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My hair is getting thinner. That makes me feel old because my hair used to be thick. But I've decided to stop worrying about my thinning hair. I'll just tell people my hair has always been thin. That makes it all better. And how would I justify this little white lie?
I'm not lying. I'm changing my narrative.
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Curses! Foiled Again!
The strange alien spacecraft rocked and bucked and spilled the strange alien captain onto the gray alloy floor. He emitted strange alien expletives as his underlings hid from his wrath. Yet again, the captain had aimed the death beam at one of the Earth's rural inhabitants, and yet again the shiny, reflective lining of the Earthman's traditional headgear aimed it straight back at him. The aliens gave up. Earth could not be conquered.
The Earthling waved in triumphant farewell, his baseball cap's aluminum lining catching the sun's rays, the brightness making the aliens wince. "Curses!" the captain shouted. "Foiled again!"
This story was performed on The Drabblecast, Episode 191.
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She picks up the dry cleaning. Then she’s in a grade school classroom, and her book report is due but she can’t find it. She looks out the wide windows, and a strange sound comes to her: heavy, noisy breathing, rising up through the floor, falling through the windows from a yellow sky.
Now she's in a forest, and all is black. The sound gets louder, breathing, breathing. Then the breath catches, becomes uneven. She runs, runs in fear, deathly fear, fear of death.
She’s in a dream.
She is a dream.
A dream that dies with the dreamer’s awakening.
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