Archive for June, 2011

The Bertrand Tedium

Sandra was having one of those days when everything seemed grey and mundane. She’d spent most of the morning mooching around children’s shops, pecking over the plastic monstrosities and clucking disapprovingly like a feathered food critique inspecting the quality of the day’s grain. Everything had felt clunky and soulless, monuments to the world’s mass produced […]

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