Pedro eventually graduated from low level thuggery to middle level drug dealing. He started out at the bottom as a look out, then a runner, then a full on dealer.... More
2. Two Inches of Banana by Change100
"All I know is that if I were a homosexual, I'd have to be a feeder. Two inches of banana and I'm gagging!" he said... More
3. Anniversary in Italy by John "Falstaff" Hartness
It was our anniversary, and we had ditched the tour group to do a little shopping and have a nice romantic dinner all to ourselves. So we meandered through the cobblestone streets of Taormina.... More
4. Taste by Human Head
Doug and I were long time tripping buddies. Both of us typically shied away from tripping with our group of friends, well, because we felt like the drugs were wasted on them. Not only did we love our drugs, we took them seriously... More
5. The West Texas No by Sean A. Donahue
The simple West Texas attitude is infectious. Give me a beer, George Strait and a karaoke machine to sing Hotel California or The Chair and a West Texan has found Nirvana. For they love to drink, smoke, chew and party... More
6. Living la vida Estonia by Sigge S. Amdal
My second fuck-up was leaving my camera at home. I despise tourists and consider myself a traveler. A traveler sees what he sees, a tourist what he came to see.... More
What a Long Strange Trip It's Been...From the Editor's Laptop:
Thanks for returning back for the first issue of 2006 for my literary blogzine. Of course, it's late and way past the deadline, but that's how it's always been. Better late than never. This issue features several new writers such as John "Falstaff" Hartness and Sean A. Donahue. Both are bloggers and I'm hoping that they contribute more stuff later this year. Change100, Sigge Amdal, and the Human Head are returning with epic stories. Sigge was in Estonia and we're lucky to read about his travels. Human Head has a tripping tale and Change100 discusses a night in Las Vegas with a horny British guy. Finally, I decided to go with a hybrid subway story.
Thanks to everyone who shared their bloodwork this month. I always say that the other contributing authors inspire me, because it's true. You guys write for free and if I could pay you, I would. Your time and effort is worth more money than I can ever afford to pay.
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Thanks again. I am grateful that you wasted your time with my site. Until next time.
"What is life if you don't have fun?" - A Tribe Called Quest