Rooster Land — Pony Rides — The Phoenix

Title: The Phoenix

Takeaway: Would a grease and bleach concoction blow us into the sky?

Seat: Back

Logged: 15 Jul 15 (Wednesday in the PM)


Time: 2 minutes

Replies: 0

Revisions: 5

Publicity: Workshop

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The sous chef quit and walked out that night, which was perfect, because, “We’ve been planning to move me into the kitchen anyway.” You were “made for the business.” You stayed to . . . it goes on – however, this piece is for writers.

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