Posted on October 26, 2008 by The Author
Today, I acquired the necessary materials for this year’s Halloween costume. What’s great is that I only spent $4.97 and I am certain that I will be a serious contender for “Best Costume”.
Here’s the breakdown:
- Thermal Shirt (white): $1.99
- Stocking Cap (white): $0.99
- Duct Tape (red): $1.99
- Blue Jeans: (already had them)
- Novelty Glasses: (already had them)
- (1) Sheet of Paper: (not pictured)
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The Contest: Who am I going to be? Make your predictions in the comments.
Photos of me in my costume will be posted after Halloween.
Click here to read Part II wherein I show the making of the costume.
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Posted on December 29, 2006 by The Author
I am currently in Oklahoma visiting my family for the holidays, a far cry from my home in NYC.
The following is an exact quote directed towards me from one of my darling twin nieces, eleven years old:
“The land you live on may be worth ten million dollars, but the land I live on is worth as many bullets as I can put in the air.”
Cheers, little girl. You win.
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Posted on December 21, 2006 by The Author
“Twas the week before Christmas when all through the house,
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.”
… because I smashed that bitch with my shoe right on the counter top and put it straight through the garbage disposal just to send a message to all his other mouse buddies who might have the gall to sit right in front of my face and eat out of the grease trap of my George Foreman Grill while there’s a salmon steak cooking on it and I’m trying to finely chop garlic two inches away on that same counter top.
“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night.”
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Posted on July 4, 2006 by The Author
Re: The Declaration of Independene
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