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TweetFor Satchel, on his 10th birthday. Ten years ago you came crying into our lives. We’ve smiled ever since. **** Happy birthday, son. Your mother and I love you and couldn’t be prouder of the young man you’ve become.
Tweet‘Bye, Tim. As the sun sets on your dream, look North: God likes Canada, too!
Tweet“Freedom ain’t passed through the blood stream. Unless you buy the good shit and snort it.”
TweetYour clue comes in the form of a limerick. First to correctly assess the mood wins. The prize being the satisfaction of having won. Ready? Here we go. There once was a man from Nantucket Whose face was so long … Continue reading
A haiku that, for no reason whatever, imagines Patrick Henry as cyber stud (and Mayoral candidate) “Carlos Danger”
Tweet“Give me liberty or give me death! Though texts of my junk works, too.”
TweetElisabeth Shue still looks fantastic! While me, my balls now sag. Life’s not fair.
TweetDuring the summer I ogle in good conscience. Because, well, tube tops.
TweetFrom erstwhile Moby “RyanBacon,” who doesn’t much like that he can’t get back on to comment under his latest identity: Jeff, I hate to break it to you, but your little circle of sycophants is suffering from some serious PMS. … Continue reading
TweetMy morning coffee poem is a love poem dedicated to the release I feel when a hefty loaf is pinched off just so.
a haiku that, for no reason whatever, imagines Barack Obama as an unusually — but delightfully — candid Bermuda / Devil's Triangle
TweetLet me be clear: I am nothing more than a sea lane, plus some bullshit.