“Life is nothing without obsession.” -Pecker If you know me at all, you know that I’m obsessed with Baltimore. If you know me a bit better, you also know that, from time-to-time, I’m obsessed with the Zodiac Killer. So today, … Continue reading
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November 10th is the Birthday of the United States Marine Corps and November 11th is Veterans’ Day. I’m pretty darn sure that a lot of the people that follow or read my blog don’t know that I served in the … Continue reading
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I hadn’t stopped by the Patterson Family Graveyard in a while so on a recent stamp purchasing trek to the Waverly Post Office, I ambled over. You may recall some blogs I posted last year, after I stumbled upon the … Continue reading
For almost 5 years, I lived in New York City. I went there, just like so many others, to pursue a dream, to scratch an itch, to give flight to the fantasy that I could make a living being a … Continue reading
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Apparently the amazing Jean Hill has passed away. I literally read the news a few minutes ago. So sorry I never met her. She wasn’t an original Dreamlander but NO ONE could have played the role of Griselda, better.
In Wrasslin’ Rita’s defense, Big Jimmy Dong was a real butthead! I think that ‘Desperate Living’ is the most diabolically funny of John Waters’ movies.
Just click the link and watch till the 2 minute mark. http://youtu.be/ZqcEjQ021C8