Let’s Share The Link For Purchase

In honor of Not Quite so Stories getting finalist for short story for both the Best Book Awards and the National Indie Excellence Awards, let’s share the link for purchasing it.

NotQuiteSo-72

Seems like the right thing to do.

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Maaaaannnnnnnn

Maaaannnnnnnnn

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This Is Not A Post

This is not a post.

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Beware Sleestak!

Beware Sleestak!

It’s just the smart thing to do.

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Why Is This A Thing?

They say necessity is the mother of invention. That doesn’t explain this.

Did someone really need sliced hot dogs? Was that really a problem to make? Why is this a thing?

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Cyanide & Happiness Has Conditioned Me To Listen To Their Theme Music

Cyanide & Happiness has conditioned me to listen to their theme music. You know Cyanide & Happiness, right? Tremendously wrong and funny comic?

They do weekly video shorts. I’ve watched quite a few over the years. They have a theme music that plays at the end. Given the short size of the videos, the theme music can actually take up a decent amount of the run time. Usually I’d just close out when a video like that was over, but every once in a while there’s something additional in the middle of the theme music. They haven’t done that in quite a while, but I watch all the way to the end so as not to miss anything.

I am apparently easily trained.

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Wasn’t Chicken Boo Just A Humorous Externalization Of The Impostor Syndrome?

Remember the Chicken Boo bits on Animaniacs? Wasn’t that just a humorous externalization of the imposter syndrome? Think about it, part of the theme went “You wear a disguise to look like human guys, but you’re not a man, you’re a Chicken Boo.”

The main plot revolved around that, Chicken Boo dressing up as something and being successful (though he just seems to be standing there, not actually doing anything or even fully sentient perhaps), only to be exposed as just a chicken at the end of each segment. Each and every time. Isn’t that what we’re all worried about, that we wear a disguise to look like human guys, but we’re not a man, we’re a “Chicken Boo.”

It might have been funny and a seemingly endless formulaic repetition on a gag theme, but that’s the imposter syndrome all over. It worries us. It’s more than just an odd gag.

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