Willy Mays Hayes

The Story With No Name

The Story With No Name
By: Nuke LaLoosh

Matt was the star basketball player for Russell Wilson High. All his life he had been the best at the sport. From rec ball through high school he had dominated everyone. Even now as his senior year approached, he was being recruited by the best schools in the country to play for them. He stood an imposing six foot five inches tall, two hundred and twenty pounds of solid muscle that drove the girls wild. There was only one problem; I wanted to be a girl.

Rush to Judgment

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Why does everyone assume that Amy is raped at the end of the story. (See “I “Saw”That”) Is our society so depraved to assume that any kind polite man who offers help to the downtrodden is automatically a bad person. It is assumed that she would be raped because the scene closely resembles that of the beginning, the problem with making that leap is that both were polite.

I "Saw" That

I “Saw” That

A TG take on Saw
By: Willy Mays Hayes

The man walked down the street, it was a dark, cold night. The man’s name was John Cornell and he was a pedophile. He had molested over seventy small girls and had yet to be caught. He fancied himself and expert, having honed his “craft” over many years. His methods had never changed, on nights such as this, he merely walked until finding a suitable target. Not that they were hard to find, there were many homeless girls living in the shadows of the alleys of the city. And this night was no different.

He Throws Like A Girl

He Throws Like A Girl
By: Willy Mays Hayes

“The time has come” a slender slightly graying woman stated “Every walk of life is in baseball, there are the Blacks, the Jews, even the Hispanics are in baseball, and yet women are still not allowed in the game, this has to change!”

Dinner at Ms. Johnson's

Dinner at Ms. Johnson’s
By Willy Mays Hayes

What happens when your neighbor invites you over for dinner and expects you to pretend to be a family member and better yet, as her six year old daughter!

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