“Songs for Christ” had sponsored Ryan to do a singing tour of Africa. For the better part of a year, he would perform in different countries across the continent. 510 more words
18 hours, 10 minutes
“A job?” said Mick. “Ok, but you can tell Lenny that I’ll find my own place.”
He offered the bottle.
“Would you like a drink? Sorry, but I don’t have any glasses.” 375 more words
19 hours, 54 minutes
They got inside Lenny’s old blue sedan, and backed out of the carpark, finding the main road.
“This was my last gig; you know that,” said Lenny. 491 more words
20 hours, 54 minutes
Pressing play on the cassette player, he sat down.
“Good afternoon, Sparky,” said Mick. “It’s me, Mick the Magnificent.”
A two second delay occurred. He had made his introductions too soon. 520 more words
22 hours, 30 minutes
Mick clipped a microphone onto his cape.
“Ladies and gentlemen!” he said. “You have the privilege of watching Mick the Magnificent! Please watch closely! There’s nothing up my sleeves! 489 more words
1 day, 21 hours
“And what’s your name, sir?” asked the student.
“Is that a first or last name?”
No one can be that stupid. “Last name.”
The student gave a dopey laugh. 570 more words
3 days, 21 hours
“I see where this is going,” said Javelin. “Sooner or later, their resources get used up, and then the army’s called in.”
“Exactly,” said Wil. 523 more words
4 days, 17 hours