You’re mad. Boy, oh boy are you mad. You’re picketing. You’re sending emails. You’re leaving voicemails. These messages are being sent to your school district. Your principal. Your president. Your county health department. Your dog catcher. Anybody who has any air of authority is taking it from you right now.
The Facebook groups are burning […]
Listen, I’ve screwed up… a LOT. Maybe that’s why I’ve just gotten better and apologizing. Listen up, fuckers – a lot of you need lessons.
Back to hot Internet content. I’m contributing to a media network called The Foolish Club and that means sending out some hot internet content right into your computer holes. Or. Something.
This past week, the city threw the biggest party in years. And we’re here to sweep up the horse poop and throw out some […]
We’ve already talked about what a weird year 2012 was. It was clearly a transition year not just for the city, hosting the All-Star Game, but also for the franchise as there would now be even higher expectations since the fans reinvested in the club. But 2012 was… erratic in its delivery.
Hey, speaking of […]
There’s a terrible lack of sports and entertainment this week. So I’m spitting out two more chapters of Paulie’s Pizza (and also because my sister says these chapters are too short.) Will have a new chapter this Saturday. Enjoy!
(Haven’t read the beginning? Start here.)
CHAPTER 5 – Don’t Lose My Number
Christopher Allen […]
Chapter 4 – Sicilian Love Song
Night two and I walked into the pizza place to laughter. There was a man standing at the counter. He […]
CHAPTER 3 – That’s Amore
It was only about three blocks to my house, but by the time I got home, Wheezy and Lumpy were already there.
My house was a […]
This is continuing a story that I’m going to post every week. You can read Chapter 1 here.
CHAPTER 2 – Get Out of My Dreams, Get Into My Car
In the north suburbs of Kansas City, there’s not really much to do. It’s not a walking part of town, so if you want […]
My new year’s resolution in 2016 was to write a story. Maybe it would be a book. Maybe it would just be a long piece of fiction. Maybe it would be 200 words. Didn’t know, but I needed to get it out of my head. During a baseball camp trip with my son that summer, […]
This first appeared in the Platte County Landmark on December 5, 2017.
There are ironies in life that don’t get enough attention. Kansas City is known as the city of fountains, but the climate doesn’t allow them to run four months out of the year. The fact that the man who proclaimed “LOCK HER UP” […]