BLOGATHON 2006 ENTRY #29: The State of Things

Reporting From Glendale, California.

Loren is cooking Indian food. The Simpsons is on in the living room. Pork Chop is feeding. We're gonna watch some X-Files. There's a paper shredder on the floor. You can put credit cards through it. We have two DVD players in this house, one VCR, and two TVs. And I don't mean transvestites. I have a red electric guitar in the corner of my room. I can’t really play it despite all the lessons I took. It's sort of like drowning. I need help. Like a crack whore down at the bowery.


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1 comment:

  1. Excellent blog and thanks for the opportunity to share my thoughts here. I am very interested in the development of the paper shredder revolution, both for my masters degree and for my website. I’ve just begun to gather data on ID theft and similar crime and it seems this is truly a plague of modern society.

    If you are interested I have some interesting FACTA law resources on my website and I plan to add more info on topics such as purchasing used paper shredders, guides on the necessary security protection and resources on paper shredder types.

    Enjoy your day!

    Mike R.