Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Devil Lives in Chikusa Part I

      Just outside of most large cities, just out of sight from all the tall buildings and crowded streets is the part of the city where the cities most privileged and elite residents well, reside. This part of town is always well-known to all it`s citizens and is spoken of … Continue reading

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My Hero

    I live under a rock and am not always privy to current events or pop culture fads. I often feel like I`m watching a movie that`s about a fictional TV show, movie or pop star. For example, that the biggest pop star in the world … Continue reading

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Sayonara Larry

    If I would have started writing blogs before a month ago, 90% of them would have had references to Larry King in them. I currently live outside the US and Larry used to be my `main vein` on the pulse of … Continue reading

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Toyota

       I`m not big on apologies, in fact I usually think they are childish and empty. But a year or so ago, America started a witch hunt against Toyota claiming “unintended acceleration” in their cars were terrorizing American roads. People … Continue reading

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pink elephants

   Tonight on The Best House 123 there was a guy who had a tooth growing in his EYE! He was British but from the looks of his wedding, and skin, he was Hindu Indian. It seems like when Hindus … Continue reading

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No Comment

     What are the brilliant minds who write on bathroom walls doing when they`re not dumping in public? They`re commenting on Yahoo! News articles. Yes, now the annoying toilet poet has a new, cleaner, but no less filthy forum to regurgitate their unimaginative, uninteresting, narrow-minded, … Continue reading

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cliffhanging

    With so much going on in life and the world, contrasted with loneliness that knows no bounds I feel the chilling breath of a dark cycle creeping around again like the first frost on a September morning, foreshadowing the inevitable grim winter to come. The … Continue reading

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