Sunday, February 24, 2008

Static on the Brain

by Gavin Williams

Little Henry Greene hid from his mother whenever she decided to go shopping. She could never figure out how he’d guessed. After enough tantrums, she stopped making him go.

When it was time to start kindergarten, she ignored his protests. “Just separation anxiety,” Grandma advised.

Tell that to twenty kids with simultaneous and spontaneous nosebleeds.

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