No Bananas

Tanya sent me a craigslist link: FREE MONKEY TO GOOD HOME,(links dead now, but the ad said free monkey to good home. it was from a collage student who said he couldnt keep him and it had a phone number) I was all like “fuck yeah, a monkey!” It’s just one of those things you want but when you got the money you never think, ‘I’m going to buy me that monkey I always wanted’. But this monkey didn’t even ...

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Who the hell is Kendra?!

So I’m sitting in my computer chair, just relaxing and drinking a miller ‘chill’ (piss water with lime. And before you wonder if these are good. No they suck. Don’t buy them.) when I hear my bedroom door open and then slam upstairs. I hear my wife stomp down the steps. Just by her walk, i can tell she’s pissed about something. But that’s pretty much a daily occurrence so i don’t even bother to look up and ask her ...

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Wanted: Gonorrhea!

This may be the strangest blog post ever.

Some background: Yesterday, I posted something tied into the on-going Grey Skies story and forwarded the link to ‘Mrs. T.’ (unfortunately, there is no relation to Mr. T) who has been following the progress of the story. A quick conversation about it led to her reading the ‘Old Friends’ script. I felt the need to explain why there was a police officer on the bus, which to me, seems an odd occurrence.

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Brush with Lightning.

Three Moments Pt. 2

Three moments that has happened to me over the course of my life. Three moments I will never forget. Three moments that changed me. Three moments that, until now, I haven’t shared. Three moments that I wish I could understand.

Brush with Lightning.

My mother was out of cigarettes again. She didn’t have a car and if my brother or me was around, that meant that one of us would be sent to the store. This was back when ...

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Stranger in the Car.

Three Moments Pt. 1

Three moments that has happened to me over the course of my life. Three moments I will never forget. Three moments that changed me. Three moments that, until now, I haven’t shared. Three moments that I wish I could understand.

The Stranger in the Car.

My father was a friendly person, at the age of 4 or 5, it seemed like her was the most popular guy around. I remember driving around with him and he would always be ...

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