A Distant Memory

“Here’s what I think,” said Muriel Breit: “This is footage of a real incident.”

“You mean von Stroheim and Mayer actually got so mad at each other they ended up fighting over a gun?” Bernie said.

Muriel nodded. “And that script girl or whatever she was wandered in at the wrong moment, just as the gun went off, and got killed.” She sucked in some smoke, blew it out. “Any chance you’ve come across some old bones, or a skull, in this investigation?”

“Nope,” said Bernie.

Hey! Wait a minute! Whatever a minute is, exactly, but not long, right?


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3 Responses to “A Distant Memory”

  1. Diane
    7:38 am on July 23rd, 2009

    If there's anything a member of your tribe would remember – it's a bone – even if it was a skull – in a cave – somewhere or other…

  2. B. Stover
    10:30 am on July 23rd, 2009

    A distant memory, yes. You saw a skull, Chet, in the cave before the cave in. Now, how to let Bernie know…..

  3. Jinny
    5:48 am on July 24th, 2009

    http://www.chetthedog.com – da best. Keep it going!



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