How many asholes we got on this ship, anyhow? -Dark Helmet, Spaceballs
The Harbourtown Star did an exposé on recent gangland killings and their effect on investors. Collateral Financial Damage From Gang Killings by Yuki Strong Recent gangland killings have wiped out many of the smaller players in Harbourtown’s criminal underground. Not much […]
I’m not from here, it’s true. I left my home town when I was nine. My father was a drunk. My mother, she was a real smart lady. She worked with brains. Neuro-Linguistics, that’s what they call it. But when […]
Keyes just wanted to finish her Reuben sandwich. Instead she’s off chasing low level drug pushers after the ultimate high.
I’ve been legally dead for twenty years.
There’s been a lot of talk about this guy, Jonny Khan. A big shot from out of town making waves. Look’s like he’s fitting right in with the corporate types in the SHINE. Here’s some snippets from media outlets. Take […]
Mikey’s posted this on his news blog, it’s the least biased article I could find about the whole Calgetti/android thing. Supreme Court Rules Android Kidnapper Innocent By Mikel Hobar Harbourtown resident Tony Calgetti was acquitted of all kidnapping charges today […]
A father contemplates family and the existence of his soul during an interstellar space flight.
To be, or not to be? Are we engineers aboard a space age air balloon or just figments of ‘another’ imagination.
For this week’s short list, the GROTESQUE PORTRAIT contest, we’ll be releasing one story a day for the duration. Enjoy our first, by long time contestant Joey To. The Abomination // A Science Fiction Short Story by Joey To […]
In the dating game, it pays not the be born yesterday…
After he is framed for a spate of murders he didn’t commit, a police officer finds himself “Relegated”, his consciousness uploaded to a mainframe, his body inhabited by someone more deserving.