Friday, December 25, 2015


(Chicago is just another urban shit-hole.)

Yesterday, I took my family to dinner.  We had fried chicken at a local restaurant.  The bird was a little too hot for me.  It was saturated in spicy red sauce.  It burned a hole in my mouth.  But I didn't complain.  I just smiled and ate my vittles like a compliant little retarded child.  I'm wonderful that way.  I washed the meal down with a pitcher of Cass.  Cass is my favorite Korean beer.

I watched the last episode of The Frankenstein Chronicles.  Sean Bean is framed for murder by one of the doctors.  He's then promptly hanged after being tried by a kangaroo court.  He gets to go to heaven and see his dead wife.  Sadly, Sean's brought back to life in the form of a reanimated dead man.  We'll have to wait for the next season to see how it all works out.

I paid homage to the Christ God.  I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees.  No big surprise.  I'm not some filthy atheist.  I thanked Jesus my continued health.  I just need to live another nineteen years to give my children a good start in life.  After that, the Savior is free to zap me with ass cancer.

I went to bed at 10 p.m.  I didn't dream.  I woke at 10 a.m. and drank a cup of freshly brewed coffee.  Then I read the paper while enjoying a bathroom break.  A baseball player from the Doosan Bears named Kim Hyun-soo got signed by Baltimore.  Mr. Kim will make seven million over the next two years.  Good for him.

I turned on CNN.  There was a three hour documentary about Chicago.  The program was narrated by Donald Sutherland.  Chicago's a mess.  The school system sucks ass.  Plus the south-side is littered with bullet-ridden corpses.  Urban America is in the process of dying.  I fear my country is on the path to mediocrity.  That's why I'm rooting for The Donald.

Anyway, it's time for the song du jour.  Here's Outside by Staind.  God bless.


  1. good day: had a traditional holiday with baked salmon.
    here in montana we pronounce it with a silent ell.
    like "elk."

    1. Hi Reader. Sounds great. I'm not sure if I could handle a Montana winter.



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