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by jeffmcm
Nov 23, 2013

They, my parents, are living in the Memorial district in Houston. Memorial because Texans name streets after big memorable things. The names of which they misremember, if they ever knew them at all, and then they (the Texans) mispronounce what...

Main problem while borrowing money for a person is his credit history and if it is not good then it is very hard for him to get a credit in the UK. But that was not right at all because now you can avail a fiscal aid without going under the...

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by clairebradley
Nov 19, 2013

I went to private, christian school for the first 7 grades. My father, who was a public education executive, was required by the board of education to move me to public school. I was moved from a school populated with the children of well to do...

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by Eczuleger
Nov 18, 2013

I believe in ghosts, vampires, werewolves, zombies, and demonic possession. Because it's just so much more fun that way. I entertain a healthy belief in the supernatural because the alternative is distressingly boring. A face value world is a...

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by Trailerparkfrench
Nov 17, 2013

In December of 1975 my father and mother sat in a hospital room holding, loving and examining their newborn baby—me. My mother named me Angela Joe because it reminded her of a song she liked, “Angie, Baby.” When the nurse at the...

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by Eczuleger
Nov 15, 2013

 

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by Eczuleger
Nov 14, 2013

  I want to tell you a story about burns. The Communists burned the books first. Anything that offended the tastes of the party was burned. Books were the worst because they spread ideas like diseases. They burned them. The intellectuals,...

It is December 1946, early afternoon on the day before Christmas. I am a prisoner of war in a labor camp in Russia. It is the second Christmas away from home. A few other German prisoners and I are outside to decorate a giant spruce tree in our...

I was 23 and on an adventure to find myself traveling around New Zealand solo. It was when I was checking out a community bulletin board when I saw a small cat scratch sign that said "crew wanted". I called the number and talked to an...

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by markredmond
Nov 01, 2013

My well-intentioned effort to drive a boy's basketball team to their game ends up with the threat of violence, if they should dare to win.....

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by lshallat
Oct 26, 2013

A few years ago right at this time of year, when I still lived in Santiago, Chile, I was walking home and listening on my ipod to the Snap Judgment Halloween broadcast about true ghost stories. 

The sunset on the Andes mountains was...

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by justinleoncomedy
Oct 25, 2013

This is not a joke. This is a holiday story from me to you.

 

It was Christmas night

The year was 2007

The final one before grandmothers trip up to heaven

The family all gathered, with our hearts filled...

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by Christopher You...
Oct 23, 2013

This is the story of my decision to stop participating in a broken public mental health system. It was tough to tell, so please be forgiving for the . . . poor audio quality, inarticulateness, plot holes--just, you know, everything that tends to...

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by Christopher You...
Oct 23, 2013

This is the story of my failure to come to grips with the fact that patients in a mental hospital deserve humane treatment, such that I participated in an unnecessary restraint. 

Last summer I was listening to Snap Judgement's “The Return” episode, and when Glynn Washington said during the opening, “...there’s an urge that makes us want to go back, to revisit, to remember, to recollect…...