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RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE THIRTY, AUGUST 1, 2012

trial /trahyl/ n. 1. a. the examination before a judicial tribunal of the facts put in issue in a cause, often including issues of law as well as those of fact. b. the determination of a person's guilt or innocence by due process of law. 2. the act of trying, testing, or putting to the proof. 3. test; proof. 4. an attempt or effort to do something. 5. a tentative or experimental action in order to ascertain results; experiment.

RPS Ultimate World Championship
JESSE HIMMELSTEIN
Video Game: This Rock-Paper-Scissors game is about strategy, deception, and courage. Prepare to fight!

Testify
AMY DUPCAK
Fiction: My father could not tie a tie. His fingers had not permitted such a motion since he was old enough to learn to tie one. Whenever a wedding or funeral came around, it was my mother who did the deed.

Straight Up To Heaven
AMANDA MILLER
Nonfiction: W
e climbed onto our boat and as our guide, Hari, paddled us away from the shore, I ogled people bathing in the disease-ridden water. Men dunked their babies under the murky surface.

The Chase
TANYA SILVER
Fiction: The cat made the important decision to roll onto its back, leaning the top of its big brown head against the ground and simultaneously stretching its two front paws above its head.


Guilty

HANA FRUCHTENICHT
Silkscreen print, 8 x 10 inches


Untitled

EMILY DUNNE
Mixed Media, 10 x 8 inches

parade ground


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