Saturday, March 27, 2010

Broken Windows

I am appreciative that you have semi-nice teeth. They do not belong to me anymore, but that does not mean that I cannot marvel at them. While we're on the subject, I'm also very appreciative that you have semi-nice skin too.

I remember once someone said that you looked like a Russian doll made of porcelain; I agree, but I am not a fan of porcelain. It cracks far too easy and I couldn't imagine falling in love with a face that needed to be handled with such delicate care.


I'm going to be taking a break for a little while to work on other projects. Thanks for reading.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

I'm Not an Idiot, I Just Know How to Spell.

I wonder if sleepwalking makes sleeping with someone justifiable in the same way that the right mixture of alcohol, dim lighting, and lonely people do? But then you'd have to explain why you started the car, took money out of the atm, walked into the bar and began flirting.
(As a general rule of thumb, you only flirt with the ones that will most definitely sleep with you. )


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Monday, March 8, 2010

Brain Games

I'm super busy.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Burkett St. Conversations

"Have you seen the way he fucking looks at you?"

"'s fucking gross."

"Is he retarded?"

"No, I think it's like Autism or something."

"Yeah, that's it. Autism."

"What are we doing tonight?"

"I don't know but if I run into that retard, I'm going to fuck his brains out, and not call him the next day."

"You're great."

"I know."

Pork Pies-(Antichrist)

Don't be a Turd Ferguson and take me to the movies. I'll pack the beers, you make the sandwiches, and don't forget a magazine for the train ride. If we split up, forget my number and call me in the morning.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Be Good to Your Neighbor(s)

Keep in mind how beautiful it is outside. Although it may rain today (it might even snow in about a day or two) this is all temporary. Spring is coming sooner than you think and it'll be time to skate, date and procreate. There will be trips and bike rides, bars and swimming pools (maybe). There's so much to be psyched about, so much to be hopeful for. Enjoy the misery that is winter for now, because I assure you it all be over rather quickly and you'll soon long for the days when you wanted to stay in bed for fear that you may never dig your car out of the snow or cuddle just one hour longer. Au Revoir winter. Adios my friend.

If you missed my appearance on Jon Dugan's The Big Surprise last week, here's the podcast.

Also be sure to listen to Mr. Dugan's show at 6pm on:

Ten Dollar Withdrawal-(The Cove)

You may fondly remember the past due balance of that affair: It's been rolling around my thoughts for quite sometime and because of that man at the bank, I can recall it quite well. His Gallagher-esque appearance and dangly cross earring, was enough for me to remember that you loved to eat tuna before before bed. I can even remember how your hot breath escaped the whiskers of your handlebar moustache as we hit flesh to flesh. Thank you for that trip into the city. Thank you for that movie.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Bed Times, Car Accidents, and Aunt Patty the Lesbian-(Where the Wild Things Are)

As an adult you read to me like a child. I didn't understand the language. I didn't understand the culture of rebellion: Why on Earth would a young boy run away from a hot meal? Why would he surround himself with monsters? Most importantly why would you always read this to me before we slept together? I do not consider literature--even children's literature--as a proper aphrodisiac, so why this book? Why even this movie?

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Bent Joints- (The Fantastic Mr. Fox)

There is another ticket that accompanies this one. I don't have it and I never will. You have it. You probably threw it away though without realizing it's significance. You alway's threw things like that away: greeting cards, notes, drawings on the inside covers on spiral bound books; everything. I never did like you for that.

Monday, March 1, 2010

New Series-At The Movies

I save everything: scraps of paper, old pictures, vhs tapes--I mean everything. This series is specifically about collecting movie stubs. It will be updated daily and it should be just like going to the movies. Check back tomorrow for more.


Download this demo by Weed Diamond from the Chocolate Bobka. It's crazy good.