281. So, mister Smith, we meet at last

“So, mister Smith, we meet at last.”

Holcomb gleefully stroked his cat.

“Yes,” Smith said, a little flummoxed, “At last.”

 

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Read the rest of the tale and 100 more stories in 300 words or less in YOU’RE GETTING SLEEPY, THE HYPNOTIST’S APPRENTICE YAWNED.

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12 thoughts on “281. So, mister Smith, we meet at last

  1. William says:

    Awesome work! I was reminded of a superb episode of Babylon 5 towards the end. Captain Sheridan is held prisoner by Earth’s tyrannical government. He spends the whole episode resisting interrogation and awaiting his impending execution. Just when he thinks the execution is about to happen, the executioner removes his mask, revealing interrogator who begins the process all over again as if nothing has happened. It’s a chilling episode.

  2. russtowne says:

    Love it! Great punch line.
    Russ

  3. Adrian Balston says:

    Oh, I did enjoy that. I was reading faster and faster knowing there had to be a great pay-off at the end. You didn’t disappoint!

  4. LindaGHill says:

    Ha! Nice.
    Have you decided whether you’re going to publish all 300? I hope you do – I’ve missed so many…

  5. JustDeb says:

    Oh yes, please publish as I’ve missed most of them. Love this one!

  6. b00kreader says:

    Oh no…hilarious as usual 🙂

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  8. jas55 says:

    Its your BEST that I’ve read so far, as I only found your blog 5 months ago, This one sure inspires me. Hope that you will continue to write. 🙂

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