(A Random Post)


Summer In The City – The Lovin’ Spoonful

There are two people responsible for teaching me how to survive downtown: My mother and Annia. My mother for dragging me to that horrible place as a youth countless times and Annia for teaching me how to actually enjoy it. I can’t thank either of them enough.

Weather-wise it was obviously pretty miserable today, but that’s okay. Despite being a bit muggy the climate was cool and good for walking in. I went downtown to meet up with my cousin Joe who just got four wisdom teeth removed. I needed to borrow his T-Card so that I could access the athletic centre. Right now he can’t eat so he has to drink all this canned, liquified meal substitute stuff. Today, he had a can of liquid butter pecan. I tried some. It was freaking delicious. Of course, he could do nothing but complain about how he can’t eat solid foods for a while. Ungrateful prick.

After that I went to go hang out at Chapter’s. I’d like to say that I spent the day visiting every section, reading a few pages of any book I found interesting, and rediscovering the wonders of my own imagination…but of course I just hit the magazine section and then headed straight to the graphic novels. The graphic novel section of the Chapter’s on Bloor totally blows! It’s all manga and an unsold copy of the illustrated biography of Louis Riel (which I will read one day because the art is excellent). American comics are getting shat on these days, man!

Damn it, I know there was something else I wanted to write about but Max just came over. He’s on my bed flipping through The Official Handbook Of The Marvel Universe #14: The Book Of The Dead Deluxe Edition. It’s morbidly good.

Oh yeah, I had to mention this too.  When I was shopping last week, I came across this peculiar recording. Shouldn’t there be laws against this sort of thing? I mean, I loved Lullabye as much as the next guy, but come on! Shimmer was a pretty good song too.

That’s all I got for now. You know my posts have just become an excuse for me to post random Preacher quotes. My goal is to ruin the whole damn thing before Brian gets a chance to read it.

Twenty square miles of Arizona, hell, I picked that up for a song. Dynamite? They’re practically giving it away. After that, all it took was hard work and careful planning. No, I achieved something here, man. I did something positive.

You just spent ten years carvin’ out the biggest piece’ve profanity since God caught his dick in a zipper, an’ you call that somethin’ positive?

Yeah, I do. See, you gotta remember, man…It doesn’t matter who you are, or how good you got things. Sooner or later, shit goes wrong for everybody. Sooner or later, there comes a time when all you want to do is shout fuck you to the world.



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