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The Devil’s Chief Of Staff

I wildly shoveled another forkful of omelet into my mouth like I hadn’t had anything to eat in weeks. Sure, I was embarrassed by my gluttonous behavior, but it was so delicious, and I was absolutely ravenous after my morning … Continue reading

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The Gorgeous Girl in the Hideous Hoodie

Justin and Marc always sat at the outermost table in the busy quad because they thought it gave them the best view for people watching. At the moment, however, both young men were clearly more interested in their phones than … Continue reading

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The Devil Declines

It’s Sunday, Modern Philosophers, and I know many of you tune into this blog today to read our most popular weekly feature, the Sundays With Satan Short Story Series. Due to this week’s unfortunate events, however, I have decided to … Continue reading

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Engine Demons

Even though it was my home, The Devil led the way into the living room of The House on the Hill. I was in too good of a mood, though, so I let my guest in the impeccably tailored suit … Continue reading

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Dear Devil…

“I have a special power that I’ve never told you about because I didn’t want you to freak out,” was the way the Devil decided to break the silence on what had been a peaceful Sunday afternoon. I put down … Continue reading

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Vanity Is Hell

Have you ever felt like the Devil was watching every move you make? As a Catholic School survivor, I know this feeling well.  The Nuns taught us all about it for eight years.  The Devil is always watching.  One slip … Continue reading

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A Gargoyle Never Tells

It was a perfect summer night to sit up on the roof of The House on the Hill, but my faithful Gargoyle was smart enough to know I had ulterior motives. Gary turned on his perch at the edge of … Continue reading

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