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Ascension, Prelude: Power Hungry

November 2, 2014 in Fiction by ddietle

His throne was set atop the peak of a great mountain. He sat upon it, day and night glowering at the lands below him. Rivers of molten rock poured from
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Shattered Serenity Chapter 2: Over Two Hundred Worlds

October 16, 2014 in Fiction by ddietle

Vladimir Prosek looked at the face staring back at him in the polished black metal that lined the walls of the elevator. His face had deep frown lines, but otherwise
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Why I Won’t Bother To Argue With You on Twitter: #GamerGate Edition

October 14, 2014 in .Zombuffet by ddietle

UPDATE: Brianna Wu has a great piece on this crap and it’s more detailed than this. Give it a read too, and if you still disagree, there’s no helping you.
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Why I Won’t Bother To Argue With You on Twitter: Feminist/MRA Edition

September 26, 2014 in .Zombuffet by ddietle

So recently I’ve gotten into quite a few “discussions” (read: arguments) with people on Twitter that tend to go as follows: I say something verifiable Some smart ass says “but
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Asian Marinated Grilled Tofu

July 24, 2014 in .Zombuffet by ddietle

Tofu is one of those foods that makes almost everyone who has ever seen or even heard of it cringe. It’s a slightly gelatinous bl0ck of white andis kind of
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Shattered Serenity Chapter 1: Pandemonium

July 13, 2014 in Fiction by ddietle

Pale, multicolored light flickered over the ground. The shifting, waving effect of the brightly colored sky made the jungle look surreal and terrifying. Bizarre, alien plants choked every square inch
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The Safe

April 24, 2014 in Fiction by ddietle

The door slammed shut. Mike held himself up against it, breathing heavily. He was in a near panic, sweating, shaking, and fumbling for the lock. It slid into place with
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Fast Food: A Breakdown

April 18, 2014 in Fast Food Court by ddietle

I wrote this for Cracked years ago, but it was a labor of love I never got paid for, so I don’t feel bad posting it here, too. Fast food
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An Open Letter To My Birth Family, By David Dietle

March 26, 2014 in Uncategorized by ddietle

I don’t even know where to begin with this. I guess “Leave me alone.” That’s the entirety of this in 3 words and pretty much everything I really want to
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Web Of Ruin: Chapter 17

November 6, 2013 in Fiction by ddietle

Arachne watched the big man pace in the next room. Cavalier was not as tall as Arachne, but he was over six foot and broad shouldered. He’d removed his helmet,
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