Fiction by Eric Blair
Tongues are wagging at the Trail's End Mobile Ranch.
In the wake of the 2016 Presidential Election, opinions are flying around in a crumbling mobile home park in Apache Junction, Arizona.
And opinions are more popular than facts.
Tin Town is a snapshot of the collective mentality of the residents.
It's a cross-section. An MRI.
A series of cascading images.
But that's just where the story begins.
Tin Town contains adult language and situations.
There's a lot of swearing.
But, hey, that's just life. Isn't it?.
by Simon Gray
We are animals.
And, our behavior is more similar to the behavior of other animals, than it is different.
We have invented several ways to try to explain our behavior. We use psychology, biology, religion, and astrology.
But there may be another explanation: Instinct.
- Do you go out to eat fast food when you have healthy food rotting in the refrigerator?
- Do you believe that there is a right way and a wrong way to do most things, and you always know the right way?
- Do you constantly put other people's needs before your own?
Birds fly south for the winter. Fish swim upstream to spawn.
These are instinctive behaviors.
Our behaviors, even though they can take different forms, might still be motivated out of the same basic Primitive Instincts that motivated our ancestors. How we do things changes. But why we do things hasn't changed in thousands of years.
black cannot exist
has no defnition
a one sided coin
all things happen
yin and yang
are half positive
and half negative
i embrace both
i will wander
in the delusions
of my primitive Instincts
Fiction by Simon Gray