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The God of Parking

Billy Monday, a descendent of the Greek God Apollo, quietly ran a Boston bookstore. The only thing he used his Godly powers for was to keep it from snowing on his block. How much trouble could he get into doing that? Everything was fine until the city decided to knock down his store to build a parking garage. They say you can’t fight city hall, but…

Read:   The God of Parking Part I

Read:   The God of Parking Part II




Moses and the Ten (Thousand) Commandments

This is the true story of the conversation between God and Moses on Mount Sinai. You can argue with God, but you can’t argue with chicken salad.

Read: Moses and the Ten (Thousand) Commandments


No Flying Saucers

O.K. so there is no such thing as flying saucers or little green men. But, what if you spent eight months aboard an alien space ship? How would you explain it to your best friends? What would you say to make them believe you?

Read:  No Flying Saucers



Factory Town

What would happen if a jolly old elf tried to set up a factory in a down and out town with high unemployment? Would they praise Caesar or try to bury him?

Read:  Factory Town





Sometimes people just aren’t ready to hear the answer, or even the question. Layton Purdy asked “why does it rain so much in Florida and so little in Arizona?” The next thing he knew, one Secret Service Agent pressed his face into the carpet, another had a knee on his back and a third one held a gun on him. At that moment, two thoughts crossed his mind. First, the carpets in the Oval office are really soft. And second, President Theresa Brandt looks really tall from down here.

Read:  Rain


warm-bridgeBose-Einstein Matter

Einstein and Bose said that if you cooled a gas to within a whisper above absolute zero, it would condense into one giant atom. What if that giant atom had enough gravity to gobble up all the atoms around it and collapse the core of the planet?


Viking heroes battle slain; on rafts of wood are gently lain; with sword and battle axe beside; pushed out upon receding tide; and set alight their funeral pyre; Valhalla bound in robes of fire. …But what if they never reached Valhalla? What if one of them reached modern day Atlantic City instead?


dscn0375The World’s Richest Lawyer

What if a lawyer could guarantee every case he took was a home run? What if he could find seriously injured people to represent without leaving his office? He would have a license to print money… as long as it lasted.