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Out of Mind, Out of Sight (by Bob Bentley)

Lester Zelensky strode confidently onto the beach. It was a warm day and several women were playing volleyball. But that’s not what Les saw. He saw one-piece bathing suits, bikinis, and a few shorts with tank-tops playing volleyball. To Les’ view they were all invisible. He smiled at the thought. Continue reading

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Late Bloomer (by Bob Bentley)

Late Bloomer. Suzie Jones hated the expression. She heard it often enough from her parents and even aunts and uncles began to say it. She knew they meant well. They seemed to think that the expression would console her somehow. … Continue reading

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