The compound is under construction. Gathering enough plywood, galvanized tin and used trailers takes time, not to mention stockpiling all the shotgun ammo, canned goods and bourbon.
Wait-- isn't that clown Ronald Reagan?
Oh, you tease, leaving us hanging like that.
Kirby, I'll tease you some more--I dealt with the crony and the crack whores later that day, and from what I found out the scene when the officers arrived was like the VU song "Sister Ray", without the sailor and transvestite, but with a pervert septuagenarian instead.Johnny, Ronzo was a clown, but not that clown.
I'm glad my parents live so close to you. I intend to spend plenty of time at the COmpound this summer listening to your stories. SHould I buy a bigger bottle of Thai whiskey?
Bubs-Have you seen the movie "Brick?" The song Sister Ray plays over the closing credits. It's long been a favorite of mine. An old friend took a job in Springfield, Illinois back in the late eighties or so. He told me that there was an open mike at some tavern where the couple of dozen semi-hip people in Springfield gathered to hear bad renditions of Neil Young's Heart of Gold and such. In the middle of it, a couple of guys got up and did a full-length acoustic version of Sister Ray. At some point, a couple of people bum-rushed the stage to try to get them to stop. There were fisticuffs, tears, etc. It was beautiful.
Johnny, that is awesome! I wonder if one of those guys was Splotchy...Lulu, I can't wait!
I'm mesmerized by the idea of clowns and dildos. We miss you when your bizzy.
Johnny Yen,"Wait-- isn't that clown Ronald Reagan?"He looks more like Michael Gambon.Bubs,Cheer up, you're scaring me with all these clown pics.
"Next time you see me, buy me a drink and ask me to tell you the story about the political crony, the crack whores, the gun and the dildos. It's a pip."Love the sarcasm. PS: I'll break open the wallet proudly to hear you spin this yarn, child. In May, every-single-word. Capisce?! Capisce.
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