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The Hardware Kings

Have you ever played the roleplaying game Hardware Store Bonanza? It’s a lot like Goblins and Grottos, but way cooler because it’s more realistic. Hardware Store Bonanza is still set in a fantasy world, but it’s quite a developed world. You play as a group of hardware store employees, going out on various quests, gaining …

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Will’s Inheritance

I’d just been told that my father was a vampire. It was a lot to take in, so I stumbled back, taking a seat in the auto shop. The owner, who I now realised must be a vampire too, came and sat beside me. “You seriously didn’t see this coming?” the man said. “The lack …

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Parking Lot Cup

Start your engines, because the first qualifying race of the Parking Lot Cup is about to begin. I’m your host, Tybalt Way, and with me is Harry McGillon. His comments will be in italics. Isn’t that right, Henry?  My name is Harry, but anyway, that’s right, Tybalt. Welcome to this exciting event which shall determine …

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Keeping my cool

I don’t really care for the cold much. I was born in a sunny little town in Naples and grew up on the beach with the rays constantly beating my skin. Heat is in my genes. When I got the call up from work I knew relocation would be essential. I submitted my request for …

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Ballerina Feet

Ballet is one of the most difficult and beautiful sports known to man. The physical strength and exertion ballet requires means it’s not for the faint hearted. I have been a ballet dancer for the past fifteen years and it has taken a serious toll on my body. As an adolescent, I was obviously going …

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Fourth Wheeling

This morning I woke up and got ready for the day ahead. It was going to be a big one, as I had an appointment at the local mechanic, followed by a big date at my favourite restaurant. I put on my best jeans, hopped into my four-wheel drive and began my adventure of the …

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Your New Pool Fence

Stained glass is due for a comeback – I’m pretty darned sure of it, and I’m rarely wrong on this sort of thing. More to the point, though, it’s about to blow up in the realm of pool fencing. See, pool fences have traditionally been a utilitarian thing, and not something to be whimsical about. …

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That Old Chestnut

Cars: can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. I mean, you can live without them, obviously. It’s not like they’re part of our breathing apparatus or anything. In fact, there’s a good argument that we’d breathe easier without cars and their noxious fumes, not to mention their cortisol spike-inducing running costs. In all likelihood, …

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A Window Revolution

We are on the precipice of a major breakthrough in efficient heat distributing window frame technology. I know that not everyone cares about green technology and windows the same way I do but they should. My team of scientists are about to launch the world’s biggest campaign to get people to use more heat efficient …

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Teen Dream Car

My 18 year year old nephew, Jordan, just told me that he’s buying a car from his mate’s older brother. He didn’t seem very clear on the details, so I’m wondering if I there might be a bit of dodgy judgement in the mix. He seems to think it’s a steal at $500, but I …

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