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I write words, I sometimes get to perform them out, sometimes I'm even paid. And I'm trying to get it right, get it right.

with enough repetition, your flaws become your style

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325 in idea barrages

1.) I hope all you Never Hillarys enjoy the people of the Dakotas being poisoned by the Keystone Pipeline because that’s what you helped get. 2.) Stop worrying about hardworking brown people stea...


1 day ago

324 in idea barrages

1.) Prepper psychos have a premise “Grayman” about blending in to survive so of course they sell shirts that say “Grayman” in big letters. 2.) Remember: because guns are well controlled in Britai...


2 days ago

323 in idea barrages

1.) The one political vendetta I’d WANT Fake President to pursue is disappearing Billy Fuccillo for using that moronic “YUUUUGE!” schtick first. 2.) Things get slow in Canadian winter. “Here’s a ...


2 days ago

322 in idea barrages

1.) Nearly every conversation I’ve overheard in this airport was about medical troubles (dialysis, two different cancers) but sure, fake president, kill healthcare. 2.) It scares me that I’m no l...


2 days ago

the enemy in poetry

The perfect is the enemy of the good. The perfect is the enemy of the good. The perfect is the enemy of the good. This is the closest thing I’ve ever come to a mantra because… because I sure ...


3 days ago

321 in idea barrages

1.) Before 10AM, any burrito is a breakfast burrito. 2.) Dan’s dog Rascal has exactly three modes: begging maniacally for food, barking psychotically at imaginary threats and lying sprawled out o...


3 days ago

political silence in poetry

“Let’s stop making everything political.” Baby, we weren’t the ones that did this. We were trying our best to live and let live. But the cruel bastards went ahead and did this. ...


the number at which you cross the threshold from a collection of sand grains to suddenly a beach is vague but eventually it does transubstantiate one moment just some sand another moment w...


4 days ago

burning bright in poetry

the difference between a caged tiger’s pacing as he’s been waiting to pounce and to strike and an elephant’s pacing that’s listlessly swaying from confinement driving them mad ...


Look, I am a child of the internet age. Look, my browser has four tabs each a different page. Look, I can walk and chew gum at the same time. Look, I can easily multitask and even make ...


4 days ago

continental drift in poetry

Maybe I am driftwood and I’m trying to take the shape of me. Maybe I do drift good but I’m trying to find a place to be. Maybe I drift because I should but I’m wasting away here ...


4 days ago

320 in idea barrages

1.) Interestingly, Batman didn’t need anti-shark bat-repellent in that movie, he could’ve distracted them with shis old chum. 2.) I still, to this day, do not know what they meant in Blinded By T...


5 days ago

319 in idea barrages

1.) Dear Generational Peers: if you mention NKOTB to your children, they will think you mean North Korean Off Track Betting. 2.) If Schrodinger had used a dog as an example instead, we would’ve h...


6 days ago

318 in idea barrages

1.) Why aren’t they selling bottles of LeVar Bourbon? 2.) I finally realized what to call born-rich Nazis like the fake president. Yachts and Nazis. Yachtzis. 3.) People, you’re missing the point...


the greenest that I ever saw these hills in the desert high the six or so years that I lived here the half-dozen I’ve been visiting my brother thick grass along the Vasquez Ro...


7 days ago

317 in idea barrages

1.) If you happen to be minor nobility, you may be eligible for our viscount discount. 2.) I don’t know what you kids are talking about, the only effect Mass ever had on me was drowsiness and inc...


March 16, 2017

Steuben's Charge in poetry

Friedrich von Steuben. Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin von Steuben, that’s a foreign name, isn’t it. That’s a scary immigrant refugee kind of n...


March 16, 2017

blinking lights (for me) in poetry

check engine soon check engine soon there is maintenance required should’ve done it this afternoon the parking brake is out now this laptop’s fan is too the motor on my CPAP’s past its expec...


March 16, 2017

someday in poetry

someday I’ll be dead but I will never grow old I guess I’ll just stay like this then one day wake up cold I might live to thirty-eight I might live to ninety-eight instead but I ...


March 15, 2017

the tides of march in idea barrages

1.) The fatal flaw in Howard Stern’s “Fartman” pitch was, of course, that he didn’t go with the more elegant title “Buttman”. 2.) God, I’d prefer a culture war. This is no culture war. This is a ...


1.) They need to do this to please Dr. Who for now. They need to please the time-being, for the time being. 2.) A Sublime parody about Dr. Strange “The Wong Way”? 3.) Geico ad, a guy’s pilloried ...


leave an opened-up map on the dashboard of your car let the neighbors think you know where you’re going let the local cops think that you know where you are even thoug...


You wake up with the knowledge that you died yesterday and yet here you are now, waking up more or less safe in your bed. You wake up knowing that this is not the first time this has happened....


This would be the point in the story, were my life a hero’s tale or even just a mostly-good-natured comedy, where some long shot would come out of the blue and turn things around. The point that ...


my name is Fudd my name is Fudd not to be confused with Daffy Sam or Sylvester my name is Fudd, it’s always been cuz I’m the finest big game hunter you’ve ever se...


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