Monthly Archives: April 2012

THE UNEXPECTED RETURN OF ELIOT ROSEWATER, chapter 10.

Chapter 10. You may very well wonder why Zog the Enlightened One would come to me and ask me to relate this tale to you.  Honestly, I don’t know.  The fact simply is that one stormy night as the ammonia … Continue reading

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THE UNEXPECTED RETURN OF ELIOT ROSEWATER, chapter 9.

Chapter 9. Robert S. Kelly wrote the lyrics to a Rolling Stones’ song called “Cry to Me”.  Verse three begins, “Nothing could be sadder than a glass of wine, alone.”  That is a load of crap.  There are lots of … Continue reading

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THE UNEXPECTED RETURN OF ELIOT ROSEWATER, Chapter 8.

Chapter 8. Zog could not respond except in his native dialect.  Eliot lit a match and opened a window. “Come with me, my friend,” said Eliot, wheeling himself towards the door and pulling his hand in an arc, inviting the … Continue reading

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