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Most Emailed Photos - 04/15/2004 by Mort
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I told her, don't be staring at me while I be eating!

But she didn't listen.

So I went down on her like Mount Vesuvius went all down on Pompei.

Who's the dog now girl?

Woof!
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The challenge was to take the top 3 most emailed photos on yahoo and create a hopefully amusing story about the sequence. I reserve the right to refuse a disturbing picture, this includes any pictures of celine dion.

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I feel like I'm on the edge of something, maybe it's faith, or maybe it's blind luck.

I have zero faith, I follow the trusted belief of not believing in things, things happen, and there ain't no grand plan. Then all of a sudden remarkable coincidences pop out of the ground like spring flowers after a warm spell. Here is the conundrum, riddle me this:

About five months ago some friends and I crafted a short story through random improvisation. A tiny little seed of a story that rested dormant in the back of our minds, growing subconciously as time moved on. Then this week I read a short story in a book written fifty years ago that made our story seem like a perfectly fitting prelude.

I know what you are thinking: so what? There are about seven original stories in the world, of course a chord of one might find harmony in another. You are right, but it wasn't the plot, characters or atmosphere that jolted my memory. It was the details, the totally random details: a cave, two hermits, white beard, treasure, sequined dress, english chests of draws and more.

I asked the others if they had read the story years ago, or even other books by author, in case the details had been lodged in their subconcious, but no. I know that just one coincidence isn't so important, but this follows many others. This is a time when pieces are fitting together far too easily and fate seems to be pushing me along.

I still don't have faith, but I am doubtful it is all down to blind luck. I feel that I used to be tuned to a frequency that was only static, and now I am tuned to someone/something else.


There are 17 messages for this day.
<3Suns> Freaky. Reminds me of the guy who wrote a book called The Wreck of the Titan about a huge unsinkable ship that hit an iceberg and sank as a gruesome parable of man's hubris... 14 years before the actual Titanic was even built.
<3Suns> /me is a little disappointed we won't be looking at ...us.news1.yimg.com... for the rest of the weekend...
<Kumiho> ...I donno, since it's not crass day wouldn't the pix come off as being just a little offensive?
<guyPaulo> What's up with all the commentless captions today? I like reading the comments as much as the captions some days.
<Fah Q> No Comment.
<Fah Q> No Comment.
<Kumiho> okay, I've done my little commenting
<Kumiho> btw, Mort, interesting commentary, but i've had simular experieces myself.
<Mort> That's just a coincidence Kumiho. ;)
<ajiav> I get to see peanut butter wolf tonight
<Kumiho> What's that, a band?
<obtuse> Hip-hop guy/group or something. Lots of lyrics, minimal beats. I'm not sure if PBW actually does any vocals or if its just DJing.
<obtuse> Ok, maybe not. I'm was just judging from the tracks I found. Sounds like he's more like a scratcher in the vein of DJ Q-Bert.

...www.stonesthrow.com...

<Steve Crow> The night is high and so am I.
<Axolotl> Some really freaky looking monkies on Yahoo! pictures today. Hope they're still there on monday.

...story.news.yahoo.com...

<obtuse> Twin Gollums!
<Mark> *yawn* Okay, I'm back.


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