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My truck, Junebug, at the original Dreamland in Tuscaloosa.



My dad and interloper The Eternal Man of Wrongness at the State/Ole Miss basketball game, which the good guys won. EMOW's talking shit, and Dad's thinking, "Jebus frickin cripes, somebody shoot this fuck." =)
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Last night I slept on my back for the first time in 22 years, and I fell asleep listening to music for the first time in I dunno when. It's all happening.

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Last Sunday morning, the sunshine fell like rain.
Week before, they all seemed the same.
With the help of God and true friends,
I come to realize
I still had two strong legs,
and even wings to fly.
Oh I ain't wastin' time no more,
'cause time goes by like
hurricanes . . . and faster things.

"Aint Wasting Time No More," The Allman Brothers Band

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“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes 'Awww!'"--Jack Kerouac

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Lonzie Jesus got hisself trapped behind the washer and dryer at grammaw's today. Apparently it was quite a scene--my mom said he was "cutting a rusty" (which, she had to explain, means that he was pitching a fit; when she first said that, I thought she meant he was back there dropping a deuce).

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Two other good band names that I've come up with--besides Loon Fondler, you know--are Everything Else Felisha (I see this as a synth-pop duo) and Spoonfuls of Miscegenation, which will be a boy band.
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Heh. I just noticed something in Almost Famous, which is set in, what, the mid-'70s? Anyone else spot an anachronism here?

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Two horrible tattoos I've found on Facebook recently.



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And then it dawned on him: "Life is about other people," said Flea.

"Of course it is, silly boy" said the rest of the world, and patted him on the head.

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And so it is written that I wish to start a band dubbed Loon Fondler.
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Found by my friend Waterhead on a machine at his workplace. Everything from the diagram to the language is just wonderful, no?

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Why has no one told me of the Meat Beast Whopper?



Also, a dude named Black Slimer lives across the street from me. Today I learned that he goes by the pseudonym of Dark Mozart.
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It's not supposed to be 19 degrees in Alabama. It's just not.
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From the Birmingham News today:

  • MOBILE, Ala. -- A 56-year-old Mobile man was arrested Thursday after officers found his 80-year-old mother, who had been hit in the head with a hammer, unresponsive and bleeding from the mouth in her Toulmin Avenue house, Mobile police said.

Clarence Ira Wiggins told officers that the fight with his mother began after she struck him on the side of the head with a plate, according to police spokesman Officer Ron Wallace.

"After she hit him with the plate, (Wiggins said) she came after him with a hatchet, and he in turn hit her upside the head with a hammer," Wallace said.

http://blog.al.com/live/2010/01/man_charged_in_hammer_attack.html

  • A letter to the editor:

Frothy milk a rip-off

Espresso, steamed milk, frothy milk. Those are the ingredients for cappuccino, and it sounds simple enough right? Perfectly harmless? Wrong. Because if you omit the frothy milk from that equation, you get what the men of the cafe call a latte.

And frothy milk, in case you've never taken the lid off, happens to take up the top one-third of the cup. Tasteless, lighter-than-cotton-candy frothy milk. I've been getting ripped off for years, and I'm madder than a cuckolded badger that none of the respectable coffee establishments thought highly enough of me to explain that a latte produces more bang for the buck. What good is frothy milk anyway? How has it bettered humanity? Has it rescued children from wells or negotiated an armistice that has all the fellows slapping each other on the back in good humor? I think it was added as a topper just so people could say "frothy," and it's high time someone sounded the whistle and exposed this appalling scam.

Reggie Tennyson
Moody
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Fast food just keeps getting weirder and weirder.



http://www.nameourholes.com/
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I dreamed I had a whole bunch of luggage with me after a flight and couldn't get a ride home and ended up in a bar w/ Motley Crue watching people get teabagged. And the most disturbing part is that this is exactly the kind of thing that can and does happen to me.
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