Past Imperfect – #241

Lady on the Left: “I hate this stupid motorcycle club and I wish I’d never signed up for it. This is what I get for agreeing to do something after I’d had 14 Sloe Gin Fizzes at the barbecue last Saturday. Drinking just makes me say yes when […]

Past Imperfect – #226

Members of the Gamma Alpha Upsilon fraternity attend Mardi Gras, 1938. Fedora: “I really tried to get in the spirit of things with my frat brothers, but at the last minute my rigid Southern Baptist upbringing ruined it all. I have a feeling I’m going to be saying […]

Past Imperfect – #183

“Hi. I’ll be playing Queen Guinevere in this movie. Well, I’m not actually a real queen, I’m a queen consort to King Arthur. This means I get to have better accommodations than the peasants, but I don’t have any real powers, unless I’m really good in bed. This […]

Past Imperfect – #168

Actress on the Left: “I’m really not comfortable posing for this picture. And I’m not talking about the crappy lighting.” Actress on the Right:  “I have bills to pay. I’m not saying a word.” Left: “But we are clearly clutching phallic-symbol devices and pretending to be happy about […]

Past Imperfect – #86

Delilah was in a woeful state, plagued by many troubling issues. She had recently lost her job due to a misunderstanding about the proper time for alcohol consumption. She had lost her favorite boyfriend because she didn’t realize that she was only supposed to have one. And most […]

Memory Remix: Shadows of the Night

University of Tulsa. 1984, maybe 1985. Let’s call it the winter of 84-85, because it was cold. Inhumanely cold. Certain death if not adequately protected while outside, that sort of cold. I’m sure the lovely folks in Canada would scoff at our misery, judging us as inferior amateurs […]

Past Imperfect – #90

Even though the children from the orphanage were disappointed that Uncle Bunkle’s Fun-O-Rama was closed for the day due to a surprising malfunction that would probably result in a lawsuit, they were just happy to be away from the dank air of their prison world. Except for Celia, […]

Past Imperfect – #337

The crime scene investigator was extremely puzzled as he reviewed this image captured by a security camera. At first glance, it did appear that the woman dancing on the desk was probably responsible for the corpse currently in the county morgue, and the primitive but heavy cast on […]