Gwen, Tom and Karen are ordinary people who were just trying to live. In a flash they are taken from their lives and thrust into a reality that Humans are not alone in the universe.

Humans are known as a Fragmented Species with a potential to develop telepathic abilities. Some of the races in the universe want to help Humans. Others want to destroy them before they can mature and potentially lay waste to the universe. Fragmented is their story of struggle and survival to fulfill the promise of Human potential.

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Random Thought for Friday, August 21, 2015: Humor from Dad

20140628_142947Welcome to Friday’s Random Thought.

Again, I’ve been super busy this week. I want to take a moment and talk about my father.  He’s awesome.  He’s worked for some interesting companies over the years, the last of which was Data General. My memories from my childhood are filled with visions of technology from those visits to where he worked.  They are also filled with moments of side splitting, falling out of our chairs laughter as he would retell jokes that were shared around the office.

Nowadays, he still shares jokes with us. Every few days I’ll get an email from him and there will be another gem that makes me laugh. Below is one of the latest gems that I thought I would share.


A true story from an Irish Sunday School Teacher.

I was testing children in my Dublin Sunday school class to see if they understood the concept of getting to heaven.

I asked them, ‘ If I sold my house and my car, had a big garage sale and gave all my money to the church, would that get me into heaven?’

‘NO!’ the children answered.

‘If I cleaned the church every day, tended the garden, and kept everything tidy, would that get me into heaven?’

Again, the answer was ‘NO!’

‘If I gave sweets to all the children, and loved my husband, would that get me into heaven?’

Again, they all answered ‘NO!’

I was just bursting with pride for them. I continued, ‘Then how can I get into heaven?’

A little boy shouted out: ‘YUV GOTTA BE FOOKN’ DEAD.’

It’s a curious race, the Irish, but it does bring a tear to the eye, doesn’t it ?

As he and his friends would say, “I don’t write’em, I just pass’em around!”

Happy Friday Everyone!

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Random Thought for Friday, August 14th, 2015: Here’s a Joke for You!

cropped-wpid-wp-1417989692023.jpegWelcome to Friday’s Random Thought.

I don’t have much this week as things have been crazy both at work and otherwise.  Busy writing, dealing with multiple questionable VW dealerships in the Atlanta, GA area and their shoddy repair work on my wife’s car. Ask me about what kind of car to buy and I will go into a tirade about how no one should buy a VW Jetta or anything else they make.  You have been warned.

Today I thought I would try to get into a better mood by sharing a bit of humor I heard this week.

 A man is sitting on an airplane. Next to him is a kid who seems a bit nervous.  The man say to himself, I’ll chat up this little guy to help him calm down.

Man: Hello there.  First time flying?

Kid: Yeah…but it’s okay.

Man: I thought that if we had a chat about say, anything, it might help the time to pass.

Kid: Gee, that’s nice. So, what would like to talk about?

Man: * mockingly* How about nuclear fusion?

Kid: Wow, that sounds interesting. Let me ask you a question.

Man: Okay.

Kid: A horse, a cow and a deer all eat grass. When the horse poops, it’s all clumpy. When the cow poops it’s a floppy patty and when a deer poops it’s all pellets. Can you explain why that may be?

Man: * sheepishly * Uh…no.

Kid: Well, why the hell would you want to talke about nuclear fusion when it’s obvious you don’t know shit?

Happy Friday Everyone!

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