Yearly Archives: 2010

Flash Imagination #20 – Merry Chr…. oh right!

I wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, but it would seem that some believe this to be politically incorrect. I’d therefore like to take a page from Think Geek and wish … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #19 – Crazy Elevator

Today was a good day for Mark. A few months ago he’d decided to move from his college dorm and had bought – rather hastily some felt – a new condo up on the east side of town. This new … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #18 – Snow Imagination

This week’s Flash Imagination is a little late because I wanted to do something to celebrate the arrival of winter in Montreal. So, without further ado, I’m proud to present you with: Cars Burried in Snow! (click on a pic … Continue reading

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I was thinking the other day about the last time I posted on Folaji.com.  I don’t mean the last time I posted a Flash Imagination, or approving a Netheril Weekly Update (of which there are two new ones up today, … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #17 – Stupid Street Signs

The new speed limit at l’Universté de Montréal (Montreal University) was set to 13 km/h today. Leaders of the university ignored complaints by campus students and staff who said that their car’s speedometer really only displayed speeds that were multiples of … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #16 – Chippy Squirrel Prison

Although revolutionary a the time of its opening, the Chippy Squirrel Prison has been hailed a complete success by lawmakers, community leaders, and former critics. The prison, which was the brain child of Chippy McChipperson, had a rocky start at first, but … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #15 – The Butter People

The Yamaguchi-gumi family, which first appeared in the early 1910s, was founded by Harukichi Yamaguchi.  The organization was small at first, with only a few dozen members.  It wasn’t until 30 years passed and a certain Kazuo Taoka, an orphan … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #14 – Je t’aime grandmaman

I remember seeing it in her eyes and hearing it in her voice.  The unease, the impatience, and the frustration of being a perfectly level-minded human being who’s body was beginning to fail. Having worked in hospitals, she knew better … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #13 – Things That Live in This Tree

There are things that live in this tree Things that for some reason only I am able to see They come out at night They hunt and they fright And take their prey back into their tree Lately I’ve noticed … Continue reading

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Flash Imagination #12 – Burning Sky

No one could actually remember seeing the sky burn.  Not because no one was alive when it happened, but rather because anybody who had been outside when the planetary-wide combustion event occurred had been burned to a crisp within a … Continue reading

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