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Chapter 32: It Depends on What “Democracy” Is (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Some months later, it was the eve of the election. Pilder had already won the Democratic nomination by default. Meanwhile, Bubble had easily demolished the few remaining stragglers, who simply couldn’t compete with his relentless barrage of cruelty, crassness and…
Chapter 31: Suffer the Little Harlots (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Sally closed the front door and staggered onto the sofa, utterly distraught at what she had learned.
Chapter 31: Neurodiversity is Mighty (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Saul pored through his transcript of this debate. He clumsily dragged a purple, jagged line with his marker pen; an unusual choice for a task like this, but so be it. As he stood up and moved towards the restroom,…
Chapter 30: Conspiracy Corners (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
The media tore into Adams after the debate. In fact, if anything, the sensationalist conservative media outlets went easier on him than the more established, mainstream outlets.
Chapter 29: Things Not Yet Seen (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Senator Bubble was succeeding very well at picking off his opponents one by one. Although he was not himself a very intelligent or articulate person, he was certainly smart enough to flatter and bribe his way to what by now…
Chapter 28: Everyone Has a Choice to Right (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Deborah was disappointed to learn that the media were turning their turrets on Adolph. Now that their golden boy had left, they seemed to have little interest in ridiculing Benny Pilder; Honest Adolph, previously known only as a ‘fringe maverick,’…
Chapter 27: Snowflake Stormtroopers (Honest Adolph Volume III)
Saul had not yet heard about the terrible events from last night. He was planning to pay a visit to the Thatchers later in the day; for now, he was commiserating with Adams about his poor showing the previous night.
Chapter 26: Just-So Stories (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Presidential nominations, generally speaking, go to those with the biggest mouth, and not the greatest intellect or grandest patriotism. But how far this may be a universal principle is something which, perhaps, remains to be seen.
Chapter 25: The Pristine Jade Hall Palace of Eternal Slumber (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
The Halls of Mandos, then. So this is me. Let’s knock this on down, brother, for the health of the world.
Chapter 24: Rise Like Lions, Deborah Slumber! (Honest Adolph, Volume III)
Deborah thumbed through the old almanac of archived tweets. Her heart was troubled.