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Chapter 3: An Unlikely Colleague

As I leafed through some other pages an advertisement caught my eye. There was nothing new about it, that sort of ad was rather common. It was for ladies’ undergarments. The brassiere, briefs, and stockings were full, as if worn, but the attire was disconnected, with no apparent woman within. Continue reading

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Chapter 2: Just the Facts

I stole a fleeting glance at her clearly attractive legs. Attractively clear legs, I thought. Continue reading

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Chapter 1: A Very Unique Case

After a pause she quietly started to pull at the fingers of her open glove. I watched with a deep fascination, like a teen at his first strip club, as the top of the glove separated from the sleeve that extended just below her elbow. The sleeve looked entirely empty. Continue reading

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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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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Saw Through Me (by Bob Bentley)

Austin spotted something unusual in the crowd that was starting to part. All eyes were drawn to a truly unique sight. There in the center was a dancing figure. It had white vinyl thigh boots, but no legs. It had long pink gloves but no arms. It had a black leather cap and reflecto shades but no head. It had a psychedelic minidress but no body. 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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Robin Anson vignette #1

I walked into the house — mansion, really — following the instructions that had been mailed to me by “Anson Freedom Fighters.” In the back of my mind I couldn’t help but wonder if it was a trap, or if … Continue reading

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Immaterial Girl (vignette)

That’s not even an attempt at a working title for whatever story this winds up going into. I just couldn’t come up with a name for it. It won’t be “Immaterial Girl,” though, since I already have “Emma-terial” as a … Continue reading

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Flashfic: Marla at home

As I entered the house, a bottle of beer came floating my way. “Hi, honey,” said Marla’s disembodied voice in greeting, as unseen lips pecked me on the cheek. “Hi, hon,” I answered, grabbing the open beer bottle from midair … Continue reading

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This One’s For You, Bud

The sun rose on the beautiful desert landscape, just like it had the day before, and like it would the next day. A city dweller unused to such a site would have been in awe, but to Bud Green, a … Continue reading

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