Another tale celebrating (among other things) the entrepreneurial spirit - much like the Golden Mall and Ample Stuffing stories. (You'll notice Ken Fisher's anthro text makes another appearance; it's almost as ubiquitous as Fast Majicke.) The opening to this was inspired by one of my workaday commutes on an Illinois country highway; I get a lot of ideas while driving, but only remember a few. For better or worse, this 'un stuck in my consciousness.
About the artist: the opening logo to this tale was created by The Studio, a multiply talented writer-artist whose website-turned-Dimensions page, The Studio Presents, is a highly recommended source for fanta-sizer fiction and art. (His graphic re-thinking of an earlier story, "Paige's Roommate," is unmatched as a web work - while his prose is something special all by itself.) TS also gave me some much needed feedback on an early draft of this tale, for which he deserves much thanks.