He thought he read every obituary, until proof of life on other planets appeared in the Sunday obituaries

He thought he read every obituary, until proof of life on other planets appeared in the Sunday obituaries – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III He thought he read every obituary, until proof of life on other planets appeared in the Sunday obituaries. All of this and coffee. Ronald Ottensinediecer, called Odd, literally his nickname, […]

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Finding a Spaceman in a Rat Trap

Finding a Spaceman in a Rat Trap – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III Grandfather Joe in his workshop hears his own grandfather’s homemade rat trap fire. The sound like dropping a hammer from a second story window onto plywood. “The Rat trap? Couldn’t be. All the poison I put out. Maybe a field mouse […]

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The Catman of Alcatraz

The Cat Man of Alcatraz – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III The new scientific breakthrough, miniaturization, having purchased a birthday present for my ten-year-old son, a 379 liter – about 100 gallon – terrarium, called ‘Sunny and Balmy,’ which is the Florida Everglades edition, and inside are hundreds of miniature animals. An entire flock […]

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Getting an Alien Drunk

Getting an Alien Drunk – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III I sit in a marina bar outside the J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife refuge, Florida. I buy the first round for General Iaiota; his species called the Pronotum, heavy shoulders, with back armor like the insect curicta pronotata, Water Scorpion. He is the commanding […]

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Magical Sex Boots or How She Learned to Play Banjo

Magical Sex Boots or How She Learned to Play Banjo – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III Kate felt a little down, self-confidence for some a champaign flute but for others a dribble cup. The stained blouse of living, and Kate to make herself feel better, thought she’d window shop, which the French call window-licking. […]

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“A Cow’s Fifth Teat” (The Vice Presidency)

“A Cow’s Fifth Teat” (The Vice Presidency) – Copyright James Francis Keegan III Think tank, trying to get Senator Paul Simon, great grandson of Paul Simon from the great state of Illinois, the senator who wore a bow tie to Washington D.C. from 1975 to 1997, to fund space exploration, a mission to Mars. “We […]

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Almost Captain Kirk

Almost Captain Kirk – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III I am a Starfleet captain, on a constitution-class starship, but it ain’t the USS Enterprise. I call a psychologist and ask for anger management counseling, but I tell the secretary on the phone, “I don’t want it on my insurance, and keep it confidential private,” […]

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What Meteorites do to Kitchen Gardens

What Meteorites do to Kitchen Gardens – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III   Retired Mrs. Thom noticed some unusual things in her vegetable garden this year. Asparagus heads, which she found growing wild years back and transplanted, the heads the biggest she’d ever seen like dog-dick morels. “A good year. Must be the rain.” […]

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A Telescope to Listen to Ancient History

A Telescope to Listen to Ancient History  – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III Yes, it is true a radio telescope used to listen to human voices; because sound waves move slowly, a NASA project to listen in on history; our goal is to listen in on great moments in history; the near past, the […]

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