Thursday, September 15, 2016


Here IS what happens after you make a big deal about hanging people up on meathooks who disagree with me and the King of England. ~ All of a sudden, everyone likes you, and wants to hang out with you. ~ Like at; ~ AND: ~ AND ~ ~ Stick a fork in the November turkey roast already to see if it is done. ~ Been there done that already. ~ By the by, I know. ~ I still do have a pretty nice cock and ass job tool for that fat guy in THE BOONDOCK SAINTS:II&III. ~ "I have a prostate the size of an Idaho potato, [on the left stage back of my head] but I'm still a pretty good stick man." Marlon Brando in LAST TANGO IN PARIS: II&111. ~ GSR/TWN ~ PS PAUL ALLEN: I'm not asking you, I'm telling you. ~ I want to make my own private remakes of ALFIE:II&III costarring Sienna Miller, like at: ~ You leave me standing on the edge in the opening to THE WOMAN IN RED, I cast you in the same role. ~ So you might as well just hand over all of your surplus tithing monies right now, and noboby gets hurt in the process. ~ That goes for you too Bill Gates and Steven Bean. ~ Don't think that I don't know that you two were best buddy classmates in high school in 1968. ~ I know everything. ~ I see everything. ~ Nothing gets past me. ~ I hear all evil gossip. ~ I see all evil gossip. ~ I speak all evil gossip. ~ PS PAUL GARRISON: There is a little river that runs along the southwest side of HWY.410 in MT.RAINIER NATIONAL PARK that is still in pretty good shape for a little bit of native cutthroat trout flyfishing. ~ By that, I mean it's clear-as-gin water levels are still high enough and cold enough because they are mostly sourced by underground glacial ice melts. ~ Plus, you do not even need a Washington State trout fishing license. ~ Because there is no state regulation fishing season in the federal park lands; ergo no dear hunting season. ~ Which means that we can be there during late October and early November; without any risk of being shot by some crazy trigger-happy post 2016 election season deer hunter. ~

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