Wednesday, August 13, 2014

the mid week blues

it was cool enough here last night that i was able to sleep with the windows open. i would do that more often if the smell of shit didn't always somehow end up sneaking in. life in the sticks.

i thought this tribute to Robin Williams was the best one yet:

Tyrant was pretty damn good last night. always love a good coup episode.

Hard Knocks was good as well last night. more fake toughness from the Falcons.

tonight will be a big night of television. start off with Big Brother. then, the series finale of Wilfred. that's certainly one show i will miss. after that, one of my favorite shows, The Bridge.

on top of all that, the Yankees play tonight. this is a must win game. Pineda is pitching for the first time since April. hopefully he is ready for a big stretch run. if not, this team has literally no chance to make the playoffs.

the dream woman seems to be ignoring me ever since i couldn't help her with some money issues. gee, i wonder what i'm thinking...

i sent out 21 poems this morning... 3 each to Dead Snakes and The Camel Saloon, 4 to Hobo Camp Review, 5 to Horror Sleaze and Trash, and 6 to The Kitchen Poet. when i hear back from these places i'll pass along the verdicts.

i'd love to take one long nap today, but i don't think that's possible. i suppose i should just take a shower and see if that wakes me up.

i did catch part 1 of The Jim Norton Show with Rich Vos, Sherrod Small, and Dave Attell today on can't wait for part 2 tomorrow.

that's all for today kids. i'll be around here sometime tomorrow.

be well. be creative. be cool. be quick to send me CASH, panties, love, hate mail, etc. be safe while you're stealing gasoline from other vehicles.

peace and chicken grease my enemies...


John Prine - That's the Way That the World Goes Round (Live)
The Band of Heathens - Jackson Station
Chris Whitley - Big Sky Country
Joe Ely - The Road Goes On Forever (Live)
Steve Earle - Colorado Girl
Ryan Bingham - The Weary Kind

"Always make the audience suffer as much as possible." - Alfred Hitchcock

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