Thursday, July 21, 2011

20 comments:

Adele Richards said...

Brilliant! Love it.

Jeffrey Beesler said...

This story has made me antsy for more of your stories, Bryan. Keep up the good work!

Stephanie said...

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Matthew MacNish said...

It's Thursday already? WTF?

Matthew MacNish said...

The dangers of speaking cannot be measured. This reminds me of that movie: Antz, but better.

Matthew MacNish said...

That is so weird that some dental spammer came here to sell their stuff. To ants.

Marsha Sigman said...

This was incredible. I have nothing funny or sarcastic to say.

Except I still have my own teeth.

Rick Daley said...

Next I want a story about Uncles.

Seriously...good writing, I like your voice.

This video is cool, it's a giant ant colony that was filled with cement and excavated. Ants are pretty amazing, complex creatures!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFg21x2sj-M

Bryan Russell (Ink) said...

Dental spam is awesome.

Bryan Russell (Ink) said...

@ Rick

Okay, that was awesome. I'm now going to go dream about ant cities.

maine character said...

Another guy creates sculptures by pouring in aluminum. (Start at the two-thirds mark.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDgN76vYOgM

M.A. Leslie said...

That was too cool. Who would have ever thought, but you?

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

The termites aren't very good conversationalists! Will your brilliance ever dim. Seriously, stop that. :)

Paul Joseph said...

Brilliant piece, Bryan!

Cael Ash said...

Great story!

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Hollister Ann Grant said...

I love it! So wonderful and creepy and smart. I can hear the clacking teeth...

Once upon a time, I lived in a rotten old house in Richmond, Virginia, where I attended Virginia Commonwealth University. One afternoon I came home, walked across the sloping floor in my kitchen, and spotted a trail of ants. I was about to wipe them out with a sponge when I saw a tiny triangle of cheese waving in the air. One of the ants in line was carrying it like a flag. I left and just shut the door. I like ants. Cool insects.

Hollister Ann Grant said...

Dental spam, ha ha ha.

D.G. Hudson said...

So that's where Nana's missing false teeth went, the ants took them. Who knew?

Sometimes, like the ant who stole the teeth, we get what we want, but not as we imagined it. In the end result, he gained nothing and died alone.

This was an interesting perspective, Bryan.

Matthew MacNish said...

Did this get deleted?