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20th of February, 1971

Posted on November 5, 2011 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (2)

 It was a typical cold and wintry day in Detroit when I awoke at 3:55am to take off to work VIA a public bus to the radio station I work with. WRQ 700 AM, of Detroit was trying to keep the ears by the radio and the eyes away from the TV with our music made in the fifties and the early sixties. I would start the day at 5:45am going through the program plan which was a usual rundown of what was expected. Every Saturday would be a test from The United States Civil Defense System, or ot...

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Retrospective 57

Posted on May 13, 2011 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Such a little difference

The places we went

All the history I learned

The things you got to do

The things you got to see

Such a little difference

The lives we have led

All that we have become

Broken and fooled

The world thought I would win


Such a little difference

The advantages apportioned

All the history I made

The things I got to do

The things I got to see

Such a little difference


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The Dot Com, Chapter Four

Posted on January 18, 2011 at 5:31 PM Comments comments (0)

He sat in his prison cell with his orange jump suit on, sitting on the bottom of the bed that consisted of a green wool covering that didn't appear comfortable to the average taste. He could hear someone approaching beyond the cell bars. Knowing it was a guard making his or her way down, chances were ninety five percent good that the guard was a man though. It was one set of footsteps with no jingle in chains to go along with. From expe...

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There She Is Boys

Posted on January 11, 2011 at 11:05 PM Comments comments (2)

A few years ago I decided to take my two teenage boys up Big Fall Creek and show them the house I lived in when I was twelve years old.


"Yep. She's right around this corner, boys", I said, as we broke into a clearing alongside the road.


Where the old house used to set was nothing but waist high grass. The structure had long ago fallen sideways into a pile of bleached timbers, the shingled roof covered with a carpet of lush moss.


"That p...

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Pledge : 3b-7 (2.1V)

Posted on January 11, 2011 at 6:13 PM Comments comments (0)

.....and waves of unfiltered grain, with free bubbles for the children, a choice of donated organs, free of combat wounds, tattoos, piercings, and flu shots for all, (note that some restrictions may apply, or if you are pregnant, thinking of becoming pregnant, or thinking of getting someone pregnant, do not take orally, or apply to those non-solar exposed areas, rebates and registration fees, taxes, and photos may be required), unlimited shouting from any elevation above 1,000 feet, without a...

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Admin Frank's Pledge

Posted on January 10, 2011 at 9:42 PM Comments comments (2)

I pledge allegiance to the flag, which I can burn if I get mad, of the United (Divided) States of America--maybe--and to the Republic (which is now a Democracy) for which it stands (we're not certain), one nation under God (not really, sorta kinda, depending on who you ask), indivisible (which has something to do with ghosts), with liberty and justice for all (if you're lucky, and again, depending on who you ask).


Special thanks to

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The Pledge of Allegiance (Revision 3b-7)

Posted on January 6, 2011 at 1:46 PM Comments comments (2)


I pledge allegiance to the flags of the United States of America, Guam, and Puerto Rico, and to the republic and territorial pocessions for which they stand,  nations under God, Allah, Budda, and various minority divinitive religions, indivisible, with liberty, cable and internet acess, and justice for all, including aliens and medical research clones. 

The Nightmare

Posted on December 29, 2010 at 8:41 PM Comments comments (1)

It was past two in the morning of the 12th of January in 2004, just two weeks past my exit out of the United States Army. I had went to bed without too many cares in the world besides finding a job, I had endured a harsh time in the service of eleven months and three days, never making permanent party status due to a leg injury. When I was discharged, I didn’t give a rat’s behind but to live life, something I couldn’t really do much while I was under the realm of a dri...

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The Twelve Days of Christmas

Posted on November 27, 2010 at 4:58 PM Comments comments (1)

Ok, here's another funny from the Neville Harvey book of laughs.................get the song sheet out and sing along. Nathan, you're first up.


My Dearest DarlingJohn,

I went to the door today and the postman had delivered a partridge in a pear tree. What a delightful gift. Thank you Darling for the lovely thought.

With deep love and affection always,

Your loving Agnes.



My Dearest J...

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The Dot Com: Chapter Three

Posted on November 26, 2010 at 1:28 AM Comments comments (0)

“You gotta learn how to stand-up for yourself.” Rudy said when he closed the door.

Glen didn't reply.

Rudy then noticed for himself how cold it was when the arctic wind hit his face, “Christ, its cold as fuck out here.”

“It's eighteen degrees out.” Glen told him.

“What the fuck ever, it's too cold.” To which Rudy replied.

He took a step off of the wooden porch of their Eastpointe, Michigan home, ...

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