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October 2006

Hard Times

I wrote a rap about how hard it is to work in a state office. Here it is.


Click for the A short documentary video clip. Ok, watch the video clip, and THEN read my commentary at the bottom of this page. Remember, WATCH the clip first or the commentary will spoil the video. Ready? Go! Ok, now for my commentary. After I made this video I showed it to someone. This person […]

The World Serious

This year’s World Series is drawing record low television ratings. The problem, baseball afficianados say, is that this year’s matchup is boring. The thing that I’d like to point out, however, IS THAT BASEBALL HAS ALWAYS BEEN BORING!!! THAT’S WHY PETE ROSE PLACED ALL THOSE BETS SO HE WOULDN’T FALL A FUCKEN SLEEP! EVEN THE […]


Most days I don’t smoke at all, just as most days I don’t drink, but I always have a pack of cigarettes with me just in case a game of pool breaks out. I’m not physically addicted to nicotine. Often days go by without pool and beer and I therefore have no desire to smoke, […]

More Random Thoughts

For Halloween I’m gonna be Some Puerto Rican Guy. The only thing I have to do differently is learn to dance when I fight. This will come into play in the event of a bar brawl, I just hope I can snap and sing in time with my opponent. Things I have learned this week: […]

A Case of the Mondays

Thanks to People magazine, I can now track the whereabouts and activities of Lindsay Lohan so I’ll always have up-to-the-minute updates on where she is, who she’s with, and who she is presumably letting into her clam.  Thank God for this magazine, according to its unstated premises I must care about this stuff very much. […]


I didn’t cry on 9/11. Hurricaine Katrina didn’t move me. So why is it that I’m streaming tears by the climactic scene of Revenge of the Sith? What the fuck is THAT about???? In other news my 11 year old son wants to see The Marine so we’re going to that today. Something about movie […]


This week I saw a news article that questions if marriage is becoming passe in American society. Studies show that married households have now become the minority, partly because some couples never opt to get married in the first place and then there is the fact that divorce rates are still lingering around an all-time […]

The Day I Played a Joke On Mrs. Monk

Winter of ’86/’87 I’m in Mrs. Monk’s history class in San Angelo Central High School. I’m finally settling down to actually living in West Texas, having found a fellow northern classmate named Cheri to spend time with after school hours. During school Mrs. Monk’s class is one of my favorites as the people here are […]

Redskinned Rage

I got punched by a drunken Indian chick this weekend. I was shooting pool with this girl who was Native American. At first it was cool, she even let me drink some of her firewater. Then I made a vague reference to alcoholism among Indians and she took exception to it. To smooth things over, […]