American History $atire is a common sense explanation of the American economic system; including the hysterical history behind this most cherished commodity.
The final, full version of Reflections in the Pond. This furry, allegorical fable is full of humor, inspiration, and truth. In writing this piece, I had a lofty goal of appealing to people of all belief systems and backgrounds; along with creating a story where the lesson you learn changes every time you open the pages. It is not a fairy tale about how things should be, but a fable that is eerily similar to the way things often are. Please enjoy!
Woody quietly snuck into the home and went straight to his room. Mom was making supper in the kitchen and dad was down in the den. He found himself staring at the ripples of the pond through his bay window, soaking in the comforting aromas of his mother’s supper. A scream and a howl screeched […]
The continuation of this furry fable finds the father and son Beaver debating rights and roots.
An extended satire for Fun With Words; nail in the coffin ponders the possibilities of important supreme court cases.
Common words with a new twist. Just don’t expect this satire to be any less true or painful.
Originally posted on Free The Truth:
It was a very dark time. The housing bubble had just popped. Ragged bankers were crowding the streets with signs forecasting the end of days. The general public thought long and hard; recalling the compassion and reciprocity lenders had shown them in tough times. Out of the darkness a beautiful…