DaiJob's First RunDaiJob's First Run by ~Angelwyng
The stairwell was too quiet. It was starting to freak me out. Nothing but the sound of my breathing and the echoing sound my drone's rotors. In communication we learned about harmonics: how the echoes phase-shifted the rotor sound so it was a chorus of echoes ranging in pitch from 'waterfall' to 'power drill.' I was too keyed up- couldn't focus. I kept drifting back to thoughts of my classes and my bills and my drones and Showbiz.... God damn Showbiz.
From the first glint of that cheesy gold tooth, I should have known better.
Showbiz was a very special kind of Johnson. Showbiz had flair. If an ordinary Johnson needed to knock over a liquo
DaiJob (Marc) and Daoshi - TakeoffDaiJob (Marc) and Daoshi - Takeoff by ~Angelwyng
Fifty hours a week in a cubicle gives you an appreciation for the little things: sun, sand, the salty ocean air, and a Caribbean bank account stuffed full of digital hundred dollar bills. As a motto the company preached, "Work hard. Have fun. Make history." As a lifelong company man, Marc had worked hard. A decade of losing at golf and buying celebratory drinks for his superiors had been fun. The promise of Mai Tais and tan lines made Marc more than ready to make history and fit it in an overhead compartment.
Tonight's unwitting donor, the Transhumanist Ecologists of the United-Canadian American States, had an affinity for the leafy parts
The Old Goat and The Meaning of Life One day, a cheerful dog was loping through a field, as cheerful dogs are known to do, when he came across an old goat siting in silent contemplation. He asked the old goat, "Are you well? Why do you sit as a stone on such a beautiful day?"The Old Goat and The Meaning of Life by ~Angelwyng
The old goat replied, "I am puzzling out the meaning of life. I feel if I wait a moment, the answer will come to me."
The cheerful dog laughed and laughed until he drew the attention of a nearby snake and magpie. "Why do you laugh?" they asked.
"This goat," the dog replied, "has grown so old he cannot answer as simple a question as 'Why do we live?"
The snake hissed, "You, dog, are too carefree. Yo