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*Explicit Content* In this episode I read from the infamous, "The Mafia: Encyclopedia Second Edition".

 

Welcome back, I cannot tell you how much I apprecaite all of you!  Today we find ourselves in the throws of organized crime. As explained in this story, Al Capone was certainly not the "most" notorious, but was arguably the most recognized.  We are taken through a brief history lesson to move the needle within ourselves about the man that handled prohibiton with dolaar sign in his mind. Shout out again to the UK, they are pulling the most from out of the USA, shout out to you, and shout out to having a damn good time!  Sit back, ride to work, take your shower, whatever activity you find yourself doing - ENJOY a new episode of Short...Story...Bingo! 

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Read about Al Capone an others in, "The Mafia: Encyclopedia Second Edition" here:

 

https://www.betterworldbooks.com/product/detail/the-mafia-encyclopedia-second-edition-0816038570?utm_medium=onr_paidshopping&utm_source=google

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode I read a little diddy called, "Busted! A Thanksgiving Mystery Short Story".

 

I want to say thank you to ALL my family and friends that made the Thanksgiving weekend memorable.  I love you all.  Now that we got that out of the way, let's get back in the Bingo sessions!!!  So, Joey, AP, and I actually recorded two episodes in one night. This is the second...obviously. I wanted to read a mystery to get out of Thanksgiving to some degree but also stay in that vein in the same. Enter - Gail Farrelly and her wonderful pieced story centered around the fowl holiday - no pun intended.  This is a modern piece that provided some great laughs and intriguing moments.  Sit back, ride to work, take your shower, whatever activity you find yourself doing - ENJOY a new episode of Short...Story...Bingo! 

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Read the short story, "Busted! A Thanksgiving Mystery Short Story" here:

http://kingsriverlife.com/11/22/busted-a-thanksgiving-mystery/

 

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode I read an article, "The Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving Story".

 

I am happy you made it this week. Welcome back to Short Story Bingo; Thanksgiving edition!  I searched for a native perspective of how the whole thing went down.  We don't shy away from the truth over here at SSB.  I am a big proponent of family getting together at any occasion, but I am not so keen on how the "first thanksgiving" really happened.  I have Native friends and family so this holiday always seems a bit contrived for me.  Nevertheless though, I sat with two of my friends, Joey and AP for this episode.  We yet again let the story speak for itself but it is hard not to take some time to comment on the nuances. We kept it short and sweet and ended with a new song from AP, called, "Bottles". Link is below!

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Read the article, "The Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving Story - From the Native perspective: The true story of Thanksgiving" here:

https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/the-wampanoag-side-of-the-first-thanksgiving-story/

 AP - BOTTLES (Prod. By PARIA)

https://soundcloud.com/iamalema/ap-bottles-prod-by-paria

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*Explicit Content* In this episode we read out of, "Amazing Tales for Making Men out of Boys"!

 

Hey you...yeah YOU, are you just as excited as I am for this new episode?!  Alright, I might be a little worked up about it, but it is hard not to be for this history lesson.  I sit with my friend on this one, he happens to be a pretty talented Hip-Hop artist also, Mr. Zac Ivie.  We dive into the history of the wall that protected Constantinople.  This got a little Game of Thronesy, I won't lie if you are still not caught up on the last season of GOT thenprep yourself for a spoiler alert halfway through or so in this episode.  Sorry, not sorry.  Anyhow, enjoy this latest episode and listen in on us making jokes, drinking beers, and making some weird points throughout.  Love you all!!!

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Buy the book. "Amazing Tales for Making Men out of Boys" here:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3314595-amazing-tales-for-making-men-out-of-boys

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode we read - once again - out of, "The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 23"!

 

Happy Halloween...AGAIN!  Another month is in the books ladies and gentleman, that's right, 2018 is that much closer.  Thinking of your resolutions yet? Me either.  I say, worry about the present.  The verb present, which is what you are receiving with another episode of, Short Story Bingo! This story, is my favorite to date.  "Dancing Like We're Dumb" is written by Peter Atkins, who also wrote, Hellraiser: II, III, IV!  In a very modern tale in LA, you can feel, smell, and picture vividly.  I swear, this story had me from the first sentence, as it begins with a description of a carjacking in literally something that I would have wrote for like a GTA bit or something.  It stays very compelling throughout, weaving in and out of the present and five hours before to detail how Kitty got in the position she is now.  Please excuse my little sniffles every now and again, I am a tad under the weather but made sure to get this out for YOU, 'cause i'm a soldier and no mucus will hold me down!

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Buy the book. "Mammoth Book of New Horror" here:

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/p/the-mammoth-book-of-best-new-horror-23-stephen-jones/1108943011/2676816279879?st=PLA&sid=BNB_DRS_Marketplace+Shopping+Books_00000000&2sid=Google_&sourceId=PLGoP1948&k_clickid=3x1948

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode we read another gem from, "The Creepypasta Collection"!

 

Happy Halloween!  Yes, this time of the year always provides a good spook or two, candy that you hope hasn't been opened, and scary stories to scare your friends or yourself with.  We dive back into the CreepyPasta series with this episode.  "They Die Nameless", is a story that captivates and low-key educates at the same time.  I was intorduced to new historical figures in Akhenaten, Sekhmet, and King Tut's dead miscarriages. Yeah, I said it.  Well, technically the story says it.  Anywho, I am very happy to be back on track, shout out to Canada as the newest leader in DL's amongst countries other than the US.  This story is chilling.  Not much to add to that, except, imagine fading into nothingness.  Losing all your friends, family, etc... This story follows a very eager, drivern, and young scholar who fell in love with his career.  Curiosity get's the better of him and well, he opened pandora's box, which in this case is a sarcophagus.  You will hear what I am talking about.  It gets funky...quick!

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Buy the book. "The Creepypasta Collection" here:

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/p/the-creepypasta-collection-mr-creepypasta/1123556473/2676112772487?st=PLA&sid=BNB_DRS_Marketplace+Shopping+Books_00000000&2sid=Google_&sourceId=PLGoP4304&k_clickid=3x4304&gclid=CjwKCAjwj8bPBRBiEiwASlFLFTaXOUl7q2gVLqNX0ZZAoxhy2d-Iw8cohAtkfVizJ43DOu7jhwLk9BoCrM4QAvD_BwE

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode we read out of, "The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 23"!

 

I strolled my happy ass into Barnes and noble recently to go pick up, "The Art of the Donald".  Seriously - I did.  Instead I got lost in the short stories and damn mystery/horror section again.  Mind you, after watching, "IT" I was itching to read something scary. So, in short, fuck you Donald, a short ass fictional story won that purchase escapade. I quickly was enthralled with all the new authors I was being introduced to, the new takes on horror, and just a big ass book full of content to introduce to you all!  Mark Samuels has a very expansive vocabulary and a way to breakdown a location so well.  "The tower" will show you that.  In my attempt to pronounce words that I was just reading whilst also keeping pace with the momentus story line was a pleasure. This is a psychological thriller, which is not a spoiler, just saying don't expect anything all gory and overly apt to depict a ghoul that is at times way to over the top anyway. 

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Buy the book. "Mammoth Book of New Horror" here:

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/p/the-mammoth-book-of-best-new-horror-23-stephen-jones/1108943011/2676816279879?st=PLA&sid=BNB_DRS_Marketplace+Shopping+Books_00000000&2sid=Google_&sourceId=PLGoP1948&k_clickid=3x1948

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode we read out of, "The United States of Absurdity" about Tim 'Doc' Anderson!

 

This book, "The United States of Absurdity" has quickly become my favorite. Mostly I think because I love "The Dollop" podcast by Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds. Nonetheless, this story they portray of a man that just wanted to have a real shot at being a big time boxer in Tim Anderson is kind of heartbreaking. Currently serving a life sentence from a murder charge that he does not remember even committing , he has quite the story of rise and fall.  I sit alone on this one.  This may be the last one on my home setup as I am working out a deal with a local studio for the podcast.  BUT if it is not...I thank you for dealing with these stories in not the most ideal recording environment.  S/O to Japan!

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Buy the book. "The United States of Absurdity" here:

www.dollopodcast.com

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode Mr. Mark damn Twain makes another IMPRESSIONABLE appearance with, "A True Story"!

 

Originally released in 1874 and titled, "A True Story, Repeated Word for Word As I Heard It."  This is written in the language of a slave woman of the times who is dealing with a very damaging experience of her son being taken away from her at his early age.  Now I must say that I was very, 'in character', as I read this one and loved every second of it.  My friend Will Wonder and I had a hard time understanding some phrases and what have you but we still managed to get through the story with some laughs, some cring worthiness, and just another round fun with a great story to read! Having said that, press play, enjoy, like, share, rate and subscribe! 

 

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*Explicit Content* In this episode we take a dive into the mind of infamous Bram Stoker in , "A Dream of Red Hands"!

 

This story is not quite, "dracula", which is not what I was expecting as it was anyhow.  But I will tell you that this certainly takes an emotionally short rollercoaster of its own.  I was joined in this episode by my good friend and DJ, Will Wonder (@DJWillwonder), him and I share some laughs whilst being taken aback at the progression of the characters.  Being that this story was originally published in 1894 I am surprised at the longevity of it, asin, that it stil reads well today.  Having said that, press play, enjoy, like, share, rate and subscribe! 

 

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