¨I Like The Coc¨ ¨WHAT??¨, replies HR as she sets down her drink. I continue speaking as I pick up my drink, ¨odrilo on your #camisaAF" The Black Stallion butts in, "I like cock, a LOT, Yo!!" #alligatorAF (1.2k) - You've Got Hate Mail
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¨I Like The Coc¨ ¨WHAT??¨, replies HR as she sets down her drink. I continue speaking as I pick up my drink, ¨odrilo on your #camisaAF” The Black Stallion butts in, “I like cock, a LOT, Yo!!” #alligatorAF (1.2k)

¨I Like The Coc¨ ¨WHAT??¨, replies HR as she sets down her drink. I continue speaking as I pick up my drink, ¨odrilo on your #camisaAF” The Black Stallion butts in, “I like cock, a LOT, Yo!!” #alligatorAF (1.2k)

“Look. I know my audience”, the comic says on the TV.

“Continuing”, the comic takes a sip of his water, “with the theme of cock. If I say this word, COCK, my ratings go up, while my self-esteem goes down. Cock. Paycheck, please.”

The audience laughs; ehh…., I think as I change the channel on the TV; yeah, I watched this episode of I Call This Radical Living! too, my wife thinks to me from the other room, not THAT funny, really.

“Hey! What’s for dinner?”, I call out to my wife in the kitchen.

“Tofuck me later?”, the TV comedian says on the channel.

WTF?, I think, I thought I changed the channelyou did but I changed it back, my wife thinks to me, the ending is hilarious!

“Whatever”, I call back to my wife as I close my eyes and turn up the volume in my headphones.


There’s a loud sound in the kitchen; what was that, I think to my wife as I set down my drink.

“Microwave”, she replies as I hear the fire alarm going off, “I’m alright.”

“Hey!”, I reply as I get up and take a step towards the kitchen, “contact the fire station, if it’s ok, and let them know that it’s ok. Alright?”

“I’ll videotelepathy them”, she responds as I take a step into the kitchen.

“What happened?”, I reply as I scan the mess; there’s FUCKING noodles EVERYWHERE, Yo!

“Oh!”, she replies as she bends down to pick up the charred noodle from the floor, “I turned on the microwave and then forgot about it. Can you make a new microwave?”

“Yeah”, I reply as I take a step towards the particlefabricator in the corner, “but, this is the fifth microwave this week. Be careful about turning it on and then leaving. Ok?”

She sighs. I hit the button, which now has been worn down, and the new microwave starts appearing; 0.276 nanoseconds later, I pick it up, the microwave, and set it on the kitchen counter.

“Careful cooking noodles”, I say as I wipe off the residue from the new microwave, “hey! You in the mood for some #palomitasAF?”

“Yeah”, Annette replies as she moves the particleevaporator rag across the counter, “just give me a second, ok?”

“I’ll be in the living room”, I reply as I turn around and take a step to leave the kitchen.

I turn back around, “hey! You did let the fire station know that you turned it on again and then left, right? That it’s ok? Just the normal?”

“I will in one second”, Annette replies as she moves the rag over the kitchen table, “those #palomitasAF are sounding good as fuck, right about now. I’ll make them and bring them to you, hun. Ok?”

I turn back around and take a step towards the living room, “love you, hun, Yo!”

“Love you too, baby”, Annette replies as I enter the living room; I can smell the #palomitasAF, I think 6.3876 nanoseconds later; 9.4387 nanoseconds later, Annette is next to me on the couch; the rest of this story is censored.

“Aw, dad!!”, HR replies as she moves the pawn on the #digitalboardAF, “why do you do that in all your stories?”

“I guess”, I reply as I look at the tree beside the lake in the park, “those are the parts of her that I want to keep just to myself. You look like her. I guess I still miss her. The Alzheimer’s got bad and I would tell her the stories they same way that I would tell them to you, just like now. She never really understood them. Never smiled. But, I think, maybe, deep down inside, just my voice, kept her connected–she founght the disease for over 10 years. You remember, right?”


What’s the Difference Between Alligators and Crocodiles?

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Coming face to face with a crocodile or an alligator, you’d see a mouth full of serrated teeth that would likely scare the bejeezus out of you.

The two reptile groups are close relatives, so their physical similarities are expected.

Upon closer inspection, not recommended out in the wild, you’d spot glaring differences:

Snout shape: Alligators have wider, U-shaped snouts, while crocodile front ends are more pointed and V-shaped.

Toothy grin: When their snouts are shut, crocodiles look like they’re flashing a toothy grin, as the fourth tooth on each side of the lower jaw sticks up over the upper lip. For alligators, the upper jaw is wider than the lower one, so when they close their mouths, all their teeth are hidden.

Home base: Crocodiles tend to live in saltwater habitats, while alligators hang out in freshwater marshes and lakes.

They belong to the subgroup Eusuchia, which includes about 22 species divided into three families: the fish-eating gavials or gharials, which belong to the Gavialidae; today’s crocodiles or the Crocodylidae; and the Alligatoridae, or alligators.


The World’s Top Sci-Fi Writers Predict What the World Will Look Like in 20 Years

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IN BRIEF

Innovation facilitators XPRIZE are partnering with Japan’s largest airline to deliver a glimpse of the future courtesy of some of the brightest minds in science fiction. Members of the public can submit their own stories in hopes of winning a trip to Tokyo and other prizes.

XPRIZE SCI-FI

Non-profit XPRIZE describes itself as “an innovation engine.” The organization facilitates contests pitting the best minds in science against one another in the spirit of friendly competition to solve unique problems facing the world today.

Usually, their competitions are focused on providing real-life solutions to problems using science, but with their latest venture, XPRIZE is looking to get a glimpse of the future through the world of fiction.

To that end, XPRIZE teamed up with Japan’s largest airline, All Nippon Airways (ANA), to present Seat 14C. The goal of the project is to bring together some of the best minds in science fiction to peer into the world of tomorrow. Writers are tasked with using a story prompt to create an original tale told from the perspective of a passenger aboard Flight #008, which lands 20 years in the future.

A notable science fiction writer’s tale will occupy each of the fictional plane’s seats, and some of the most well-known names participating in the experience are Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaiden’s Tale (now an acclaimed series on Hulu); Charles Yu, a writer on HBO’s Westworld; and a diverse host of other writers, many of whom are recipients of the prestigious Hugo Award.

OCCUPYING SEAT 14C

The sci-fi elite aren’t the only ones who get to participate, though. The contest launches as an interactive web experience allowing users to click through the airplane and read the stories submitted by the renowned authors. When they click on seat 14C, however, they will receive instructions on how to submit their own story in the hopes of having their work chosen to occupy seat 14C.

If you are interested in participating, you will need to submit a short story (between 2,000 and 4,000 words) before August 25, 2017. The stories will be judged on the following criteria:

A unique vision of the future


Parents force their kids to succeed in a world that does not still exist; critical thinking is timeless; we evolve to fix the problems of the previous generations; they learn from us; together, we can do it.

Jamie Smith
therenegadeinc@gmail.com

It's all about the story, man.

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