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Aware about the main points of your whole mystery moments, your entire misdeeds, inner most conversations and indulgences, the fly at the wall is impartial. It does not care that you simply cheat in your source of revenue tax, it will not cease you from leaping, and it will not name the police if you happen to dispose of the neighbor’s cat. It sees you spike the punch, contact your self, curse your wife, and turn your Scrabble tiles while your opponent leaves to pee.The Fly at the Wall is a finely illustrated choice of brief “punch fiction” tales meant for adults. encouraged by means of the age-old expression, “Wouldn't you love to be a fly at the wall for that conversation?” the creators have teamed as much as discover what a few of these deepest conversations, moments, and encounters should be like.The brief tales and pen-and-ink drawings in the course of the Fly at the Wall are darkish and subversive by means of nature, with an inherent wry humor everyday all through. besides the fly, the reader eavesdrops on church confessionals, prison visits, funeral houses, assisted suicide, hitchhiking, cross-dressing, alcoholism, and homicide . . . to call a few.With arresting visuals and akin to the storytelling in a Robert Altman movie, The Fly at the Wall is a set that's certain to impress, surprise, and encourage.

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Two young boys round the corner, glancing back to make sure no one’s coming. “See. I told you. That’s Tony Spinolli’s finger. ” says the other boy. ” “I think he’s got bigger things to worry about than his finger,” says the first boy as he pulls a Ziploc baggie from his pocket and opens it. ” “Are you kidding? I bet I can get a hundred bucks for it down at the docks. That crazy fucker, Tuna Mike, paid my cousin seventyfive bucks for a ten-legged octopus he brought in. ” “Nah. He’s a businessman.

As the lesson ends, the falcon shifts its weight to its bare leg, then shakes the bell strapped above its anklet on the other leg. On the ground below, still holding the leather leash and the other bell, lies the dead falconer, one eye shredded recklessly from its socket and his jugular drained by a single talon slash. The fly leaves while the falcon remains perched on the fence and the instructional CD loops back to the beginning. “Hello, and welcome to lesson four. .

As the lesson ends, the falcon shifts its weight to its bare leg, then shakes the bell strapped above its anklet on the other leg. On the ground below, still holding the leather leash and the other bell, lies the dead falconer, one eye shredded recklessly from its socket and his jugular drained by a single talon slash. The fly leaves while the falcon remains perched on the fence and the instructional CD loops back to the beginning. “Hello, and welcome to lesson four. .

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