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Word Vomit
Jul16

Word Vomit

A Night A man in the freshly paved street is on fire He had a tongue ring and long blonde hair, looked a lot like Axl Rose at 35 He flirted with me, used ridiculous lines, something about emotional security. Later I watched him get arrested for possession in the parking lot arguing with police, saying that he was just using the bathroom; “How you gonna arrest me for using the bathroom!” He sounded so ‘come upon.’ That voice, nonsense....

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A Very Special P.S.A.
Jul06

A Very Special P.S.A.

This is a very special Public Service Announcement from your friends here at The Buzz Kill Magazine. If this were an actual Public Service Announcement, it would be followed up by a cheesy after school special on the ABC Network as it takes the place of The Jerry Springer Show!!! Bastards. And now a very special PSA!!! I think that we have become very spoiled in this ever-changing world of technology. I am looking at all the people...

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Word Vomit
Jul05

Word Vomit

Our Freedom Isn’t Free Our freedom isn’t free It’s fought for Raging wars So many give their lives Hometown heroes fight for a better life Our freedom isn’t free Not given without a price Someone’s son Someone’s daughter Risked and gave their life Mothers; fathers Never to see another day’s light Our freedom isn’t free Its price quite high A fatherless child A widowed bride Everything forsaken for...

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Wrecking Ball: Break Ups Don’t Always Suck
Jul03

Wrecking Ball: Break Ups Don’t Always Suck

Let’s face it, we all go through one at one point and time in life or another. Sometimes there are breaks from a short lived relationship, best friends, or spouses. This is something that happens to me more often than not much to my disappointment. I guess it’s just intimidating to have a beautiful, loyal, transgender partner who’s overly emotional and just a tad bat shit crazy. I have yet to find someone who finds...

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A Hero Within PT. 3
Jun25

A Hero Within PT. 3

His condition seemed to progress even faster now that he had moved to a new location.  The doctors said that it was common among Alzheimer’s patients to digress after a move or big change in their lifestyle. Consistency and familiarity were always best for Alzheimer’s disease patients. Eventually we traded in our walks for bird watching on the porch, watching “The Toy” or “Shakiest Gun in the West”,  or sitting and talking about the...

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