Daily Archives: May 31, 2016

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Dogs, Pt. III

Montreal was quiet. Sunlight poured low and soft. Broken rays across the last few streets as I made my way back to the club. Two more lights, then a left, then over the hill… I think… Seemed like a lot of places were closed – bars shut over windows and plexi-doors with heavy pad locks. Some…

From The Publisher

Dearest EXPLORE reader, I took this photo of a bucket full of vintage polaroids a few weeks back while meandering through an antique shop in some town that I can’t even remember. I’m certainly no antique shopping expert, so I was moderately bored as I was shuffling along the aisles of the store, but when…

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Texas Legends

“They were men who could not be stampeded.”  “They have robbed us of our hunting grounds, they have destroyed our game, they have brought us disease, they have stirred up discord among our own race, they intimidated our braves, they have made profligates of our children, reprobates of our wives and destroyed our traditions. They…

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The Art of Satire

  EXPLORE columnist “Old Timer” has cultivated more feedback, laughs, and anger than any other columnist. While we feature several authors that certainly churn out some wonderfully written pieces that give readers reasons to pause, reflect, laugh, or cry, none have simultaneously caused an uproar of anger along with guffaws of laughter more than Old…

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Life’s Secret Formula

Every soft-drink has one. So does your favorite yogurt or shampoo. Your toothpaste of choice and favorite brand of pickles has one too. Every pill you put in your mouth or ointment you rub on your aching back is no exception. You’ve never selected an item off the shelf at the grocery store that didn’t…

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Side By Side

I’m just like you. Yeah, I write a “spiritual” article, but I assure you, I am no elder at my church. I skip services sometimes, I blurt out a curse word frequently, and I don’t pray before every business meeting. I think that it’s important for you to understand that, because I think that often…

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