Kevin Spacey And Gene Hackman Have The Same Dad

Something incredibly momentous happened in The Life of Yak this past weekend.

Well I got really drunk and woke up a quarter million in debt, but that is a separate thing and we will save that for retelling at a later time. There may or may not have been some blackjack involved, I can’t say.

But the big news is that I found my cheque book again, and I wrote a cheque. I have now, in my life, written three cheques (plus one void cheque that I gave to the bank for payroll purposes). I now have 96 blank cheques left to write until I must order new cheques. One in 2006, one in 2007, and now one in 2010.

My life is so crazy!

“Kitty, what did my father used to say to me?”
“‘You’re losing your hair.'”
“Before that.”
“‘Get out.'”
“He said ‘You can print money, manufacture diamonds, and people are a dime a dozen, but they’ll always need land. It’s the one thing they’re not making any more of.'”

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