Bullfighter

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
A man goes to Spain, smokes a cigarette, and stands his ground. More
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About Bull Garlington

Bull Garlington is an author and syndicated humor columnist whose work appears in parenting magazines including Chicago Parenting, New York Parenting, Michiana Parent, Tulsa Parent, Birmingham Parent, and Carolina Parent. He is co-author of the popular foodie compendium, The Beat Cop’s Guide to Chicago Eats. Garlington’s features have appeared in newspapers and magazines across the nation since 1989; he won the Parenting Media Association’s Silver Award for best humor article in 2012. His book, Death by Children was a 2013 book of the year finalist for the Midwest Publishers Association, and was named 2013 Humor Book of the Year by the prestigious industry standard, ForeWard Reviews.

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Review by: Pops on June 12, 2018 :
This story deals with a guy who has been wondering for way too long when life's REAL excitement is going to happen. He realizes in a sideways sort of way that you have to make your own excitement. Running with the bulls is just right place to have that realization.
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Review by: MarkoItaliano on Sep. 7, 2017 :
Questa storia ha parlato al mio cuore. Cattura l'essenza della vita di un uomo. Ogni uomo può leggere questo e sorridere, forse avere una lacrima negli occhi se ha lottato con la vita.
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Review by: James Jenkins on July 28, 2017 :
Maybe there was something I missed, seemed a bit unrealistic, like maybe there was supposed to be some hidden magic that I just missed.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on July 12, 2016 :
This is great flash fiction. I read it twice. In a quick page and a half the author has you running with the bulls, with a guy who really . . . really needs to run with the bulls . . . they way most all of us guys, at one time in boring fucking lives need to . . . run with the bulls.
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