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Fiction for the Spoken Word
by:  Good Story Saloon
Visit YouTube Channel to enjoy the narration of Contemporary American short stories, perfect listening in that first hour after they’ve all left the office. Mix yourself a tall, cool one. Put your feet up. Transport. Transcend. Sublimate.
September 8, 2019

Fiction for the Spoken Word

Submitted for your attention during this week of nine-eleven: an odd example of SYNCHRONICITY or a RETROCAUSAL TIME LOOP to be found in a passage from ON THE ROAD by Jack Kerouac, Part Two and end of Chapter Two, copyright 1955:

"When daybreak came we were zooming through New Jersey with the great cloud of Metropolitan New York rising before us in the snowy distance. Dean had a sweater wrapped around his ears to keep warm. He said we were a band of Arabs coming in to blow up New York."