Anna, Anna, Anna…

A day late on posting my regular Monday column; however, I was pretty sick and I just didn’t have the energy to think about anything. Luckily the bug only lasted a day so I can give all my regular visitors a dose of Senitram.

Speaking of visitors, our traffic here at is about ¼ of what it was a year ago. I can only blame myself, since I hardly have time to post fictions stories these days. We got plenty submitted, but with a new infant time is short. Remember, back in the day, we had no kids and my wife was a full time student. I literally had nothing else to do!

Speaking of nothing else to do, lets talk about Anna. It was finally determined who Anna Nichol’s daughter was, and to tell the truth I was surprised. This is why.

At work, folks couldn’t think of anything else. It was Anna this and Anna that. But one co-worker kept saying that the dumb-blonde thing was all an act, and she was actually a very smart person.

Well I figured if she was smart, she would have sent the thousand year old billionaire to a sperm bank one day and froze a few of his billion dollar sperm. She could’ve just given him some Viagra and a playboy that featured herself. He would have forgot the next day anyway.

If he refused, she could have fueled him with Viagra again, and gone bobbing for apples. When the dirty deed done dirt-cheap was done, she could just spit his babies it into a baggie and froze it nice and solid.

Then when all hope was gone of getting his fortune, she could have been artificially inseminated with the billion dollar pollywogs. And just like that she would have a genetic heir that would guarantee instant bank deposits.

That’s what she would have done if she was smart. It would have required planning for the unexpected (like a two-hundred year old man kicking the bucket). Remember she did get him to change his will, this would have been a back-up plan…again, only a smart person would have a back-up plan.

As it turns out, smart or not, I guess she wasn’t the “brain” that my co-worker’s bragged about.

Speaking of “brains”, I got this email from one of the few loyal visitors recently:

Coming Next: I had a sticky note, but I lost it!

Bob Senitram

Webmaster and editor of I obtained a bachelor's degree in micro-biology around the turn of the century but was quickly tracked down and forced to return it to its rightful owner and pay a $25 fine. *** A fan of science fiction, I started this website in 1999 as a portal for science fiction stories that have never been published. *** Completely devoid of talent, I decided to call on the public to supply content. Shortly afterwards Stephen and I started writing weekly columns and have continued to this day.

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