Daniel Miller @dealingwith

http://www.daniel.industries/

Daniel Miller last shared their writing I'm seeing a tunnel at the end of all of these lights
Things are going shit
Getting it from all the sides
Everything falling down

my inside is outside
my right side's on the left side
listening to my

travis records on
youtube music so not really
records like I said

we don't care about art
there's no time to think about it
only time to react to

all the shit. ha ha.
"teh" was...
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🥚 9 Eggs
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🥃 8 Whiskeys
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The Hospital, Part 1

Wednesday, May 4th, 2022.

"They really undersold this 'There might be some blood in your stool' business," I thought to myself as I looked down at the red substance in the toilet bowl.

Then it happened again later that afternoon.

Then, I was awakened at 2 am by an urgent need to go....
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2022-05-08 03:37:35

Fiction Tennis, Volley 17 as reply to Fiction Tennis, Volley 16

She wondered if he thought about her even once after that night. Probably not, she assumed. They'd met at the bar, as both of them often met strangers at the bar. She didn't recognize him as a regular there, but that wasn't surprising -- the bar had a lot of...
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2022-04-26 01:08:57

Fiction Tennis, Volley 15 as reply to Fiction Tennis, Volley 14

To say Mrs. Dempsey was stereotypically beautiful would be an understatement. She was stunning. Even Norah, who considered herself self-confident and was rarely ruffled by other women, found her intimidating. The sounds of Greg and Mr. Dempsey laughing carried down the hall from Greg's office into the lobby, and Mrs....
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2022-04-12 15:47:43

Fiction Tennis, Volley 13 as reply to Fiction Tennis, Volley 12

Norah, their resident client services genius, was not only beautiful and smart but could turn any customer crisis into a calm oasis.

"I heard all of that," Norah said as she entered.

"Just the usual," Howard said, trying to play it off. He was embarrassed that she had heard his minor freak-out....
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2022-04-10 12:37:56

Fiction Tennis, Volley 11 as reply to Fiction Tennis, Volley 10

Greg took the offered Coke and started walking towards the office bar just across from the conference room.

"It already has some in it," Dempsey called out. Greg stopped walking and shot a devious look at Dempsey, then tipped the bottle up, taking a big swig.

"One of your many virtues," Greg...
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2022-04-05 01:38:46

Fiction Tennis, Volley 9 as reply to Fiction Tennis, Volley 8

It had been too long since Dempsey had been in a good, old-fashioned street brawl.

"It's been too long since I was in a good, old-fashioned street brawl," Dempsey thought as he spun to connect his elbow with the man's face. Blue Collar Man had sucker-punched Greg, who was just now...
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2022-04-03 01:57:57

Fiction Tennis, Volley 7 as reply to 🎾🎾🎾🎾🎾🎾

Dempsey stared at Greg. He didn't have to say anything.

"I get it," Greg said, and they returned to their silence.

When the waitress returned to their table Dempsey ordered a whiskey on the rocks. He wasn't thinking about his wife when Greg asked, but now he was. Contemplating their relationship immediately...
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2022-03-20 13:36:27

The New Not So Great Updates

In the last 12 hours, I both updated my Windows computer to Windows 11 and received the new Gmail update. They’re both disappointing, although Windows 11 is on another level of bad. Within minutes of using Windows 11, I had experienced so many jarring UI transitions and UI elements that...
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2022-03-09 15:26:22

The Delightful Anachronisms of _Why's Poignant Guide

_why’s poignant guide to Ruby, Chapter 4, from one of his famous sidebars:


So this new book. The Scarf Eaters. It’s a coming-of-age novel. But it’s also a beginner’s guide to Macromedia Flash. It’s like Judy Blume crossed Praystation. It’s like 0sil8 starring Hillary Duff.

I don’t want to give away the...
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2022-03-08 19:34:30

🎾🎾🎾🎾🎾 as reply to 🎾🎾🎾🎾

“You did it again,” Max’s partner said as he slapped him on the back. “I don’t know how you always manage to get us out of these scrapes but somehow you always do. I just wish my blood pressure could understand.” He took another long drag off his cigarette. “Early...
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2022-02-28 12:33:31