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1989 Stories by Dewey Webb

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  • Dial Straits

    published November 15, 1989

    When is a trivia question not a trivia question? For the answer to that puzzler, just grab the phone and call Star... More >>

  • Trouble's Brewin'

    published September 13, 1989

    "I knew those kids were trouble the minute they came through that door, the little bastards," fumes the veteran 7-Eleven clerk we'll... More >>

  • On the Rink of A Vervous Breakdown

    published August 30, 1989

    Momentarily oblivious to the sound man who's cramming a battery pack down the back of her dress (a skintight creation that could pass... More >>

  • Sham On You!

    published July 12, 1989

    Earn "big bucks" . . . work in "a nice air-conditioned office" . . . "have fun" selling photocopier supplies over the phone. Little wonder... More >>

  • Men At Work

    published June 14, 1989

    "You name me one other business where, with nothing in your pocket and no real knowledge of any kind, you can go out on the street and make $40 to... More >>

  • King For A Night

    published June 14, 1989

    Strutting around outside the Holiday Inn ballroom on Saturday night in his immaculate jeweled jumpsuit, Little Elvis appears momentarily... More >>

  • The Wizard of Wickenburg

    published May 24, 1989

    Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door. Build a better clothes hanger and, well, you'd better... More >>

  • I Liked Lucy

    published May 3, 1989

    She was the Queen of Television and we worshiped at her throne. So great was our devotion that some of us even worshiped at her son's... More >>

  • The Terminators

    published April 19, 1989

    While chatting with a new club member, the spry septuagenarian we'll call Marge suddenly shakes her head as if objecting to a half-baked... More >>

  • De Grazia with a Twist

    published March 22, 1989

    Mention any giant of the art world and one magnum opus immediately springs to mind. Whistler had his mother, Da Vinci had his Mona Lisa,... More >>

  • The Crawl of the Wild

    published January 25, 1989

    They're slimy . . . they're sluggish . . . they're spineless! They're also the backbone of what is literally the creepiest commercial... More >>

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