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Jordon T. Langley, Part 7

“Who ARE you? asked the camera, the shutter open all the way, as he watched Mr. Langley walk in. “It’s me, Jordon Langley.” “I know that.  I mean, wow!  You look forty years younger and you’re actually kind of handsome.” … Continue reading

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Mr. Jordon Langley, Part 3

“Okay, are you happy now?” Asked Mr. Langley.  “I’ve had an entire pot of coffee and I’m shaking like a leaf from all the caffeine.  Look at me,” he said, holding out his trembling hands. “Oh, boo hoo.  You humans … Continue reading

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Mr. Jordon Langley…part 2

Mr. Langley knew the camera couldn’t be staring at him.  He knew, in his heart and mind, that camera’s didn’t have opinions either.  But he also knew that the camera, sitting in front of him, was doing both of those … Continue reading

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