Print Story I hear tell Danny Cobb...
Funny stuff
By ana (Fri Jun 25, 2010 at 01:21:39 PM EST) Danny Cobb, WFC, WFCX (all tags)
has no patience for link farmers.

That'd be why I took this assignment: somebody's gotta do it.

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Print Story And behold...
Books
By ana (Wed Jun 23, 2010 at 08:25:16 AM EST) Danny Cobb, WFCX, WFC (all tags)
it wasn't very good.

In which the author tells how a story came to be.

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Print Story Here it is Monday already.
Diary
By dev trash (Mon Jun 21, 2010 at 09:05:08 PM EST) Danny Cobb (all tags)
I was going to write about my dental procedure today, but aside from the smell, it was not all that bad.  I even did it sans nitrous.  This whole deal is gonna go into next year because my max insurance is around 1600 and I'm gonna meet that for sure.  My dentist is confident that what remains can wait til January.

Instead of the dental stuff, I am posting something I received thru Gmail, from one D. Cobb.  It was an attachment, I've extracted the text for you here.  There was no subject and nothing in the body of the email.

To my eye it seems a bit incomplete, like some idea was there, and then just like that disappeared.


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Print Story I hear tell Danny Cobb...
Working life
By ana (Sun Jun 20, 2010 at 08:02:01 PM EST) Danny Cobb, WFCX, WFC (all tags)
...had any number of stories about him suppressed, for one reason or another.

Below the fold, you'll find drafts of two of those stories.

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Print Story WFC X Voting- Danny Cobb Comes to Town
Diary
By 256 (Wed Jun 02, 2010 at 10:11:14 AM EST) WFC, WFCX, Danny Cobb (all tags)
So, we've got three tales of Danny Cobb for your perusal.

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Print Story WFC X - The Story of Danny Cobb
Books
By 256 (Fri Feb 19, 2010 at 09:59:49 AM EST) WFC, WFCX, Danny Cobb (all tags)
Let me tell you about Danny Cobb. You met him once. You might not remember. You were just five years old, at a road-side diner on the way to somewhere. You were sitting on the edge of the chair, boots knocking against the crossbar, well shy of the ground. Just you and your mom.

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