Posts tagged ‘Seymour Jay’

July 11th, 2019

Painful News

A fact finding trip goes wrong

By Seymour Jay

Hallie Hill was a popular new reporter/anchor on a nationally syndicated cable TV news channel. She was fairly famous. Most anyone who watched very much news on TV would have recognized her. She used her dazzling good looks along with her hard-line political views to become one of the top political news anchors across the United States.

She was a tall blonde in her mid-thirties. She had a huge following, some for her looks and others for her political commentary.

Hallie preached American liberal politics, often quick to degrade other countries that didn’t have the same views as Americans. She believed all other countries should have American beliefs and adapt American type laws.
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February 18th, 2019

Texas Prison Justice

A girl goes off the rails, but the authorities know how to deal with her.

By Seymour Jay

Debbie and her 17 year old daughter Tiffany had recently moved to south Texas from Chicago Illinois. They lived in a rough Chicago suburb. Tiffany was a tall, very skinny, out of control teenager. She was in and out of trouble too many times to count. Debbie had family in rural Texas and thought the slower pace of Texas may have a positive impact on Tiffany.

Debbie could see a bit of her former self in Tiffany. Tiffany was disrespectful to her and pretty much everyone else. Tiffany had been in trouble with the police several times in Chicago. There was so much crime that the minor vandalism and curfew violations caused by people like Tiffany just seemed to fall through the cracks of the courts. The courts were so busy with serious crimes that Tiffany never had been in any real trouble for the things she had did. Debbie herself had been in minor trouble throughout her teen years but had managed grow out of it over the years and wanted better for her daughter.
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February 8th, 2019

Old Enough to Know Better

A mystery thief is revealed, much to the owner’s surprise

By Seymour Jay

My wife, Lyla and I were happily married and have been for 5 years. We are both in our mid 30s. I own a retail business and repair shop in town. My wife works at the business full time. We were unable to have a child so we adopted a 3 year old recently. Along with both of us working and having the child now, we are both very busy, to say the least.

As time went on, my wife found that keeping up on the housework and laundry was more than she was able to do. I suggested hiring a maid. I was making good money and could easily afford a part time maid someone that can come 1 day a week or 2 half days and keep the house dusted, dishes done, laundry done and so on. My wife really didn’t want a stranger in our house. She was afraid of theft of belongings, money and so on.
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February 5th, 2019

Help Wanted

A stepdaughter disappoints, and gets dealt with. By a new writer to us.

By Seymour Jay

I own an automotive sales and repair facility. I recently had a ‘help wanted’ ad displayed, looking for office type help. Melanie came in looking for work.

Melanie was at one time my stepdaughter. Her mother and I were married for about 5 years. We had been separated for about 6 years. I had not seen Melanie since her mother and I separated.

I greeted Melanie and invited her to my office to talk about her employment possibilities and to catch up for the last 5 years. She and I were always close when her mother and I were married, but after the separation it was best for all parties that we all went our separate ways. Melanie was now 21 years old. I suppose that I had not seen her since she was 15 or 16 years old.
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