A Glimmer of the Inner Lake There are moments life leaves one a vivid trail of reminders that divinity is truly a part of life.
Posts in category Irony
Howdy Patriots, welcome to the forty-ninth declaration of HACK. If you’ve made it this far, it takes a strong constitution to swallow the American Dream. Patriotism Is Lame Fuck Independence Day. Not the movie Independence Day. That movie’s pretty good, I’m watching it right now. I don’t even mean Fuck Independence Day as […]
Howdy Recipients, welcome to the thirty-second communique of HACK. If you’ve made it this far, take comfort in knowing that this is not your life. This week we’ve got real talk. I’ve chopped up some chats, swiped snippets of salubrious speech, and intertwined some serious oral intercourse with quixotic moments of reflective quietude. In other […]
Chirrrrrrrrp! Welcome to the eighth version of HACK. If you’ve made it this far, be advised that jay-walking will not be tolerated. So there’s this crossing guard who works at the intersection right next to where I work. She’s a grandma-ish older lady, skinny, with a perpetually sour look on her face. She is insane. […]
10 “It’s like God made a curtain with the smoke, shielding us from what we’re not yet ready to see.” 9 I still haven’t figured out the connection between the events of 9/11 and large motorcycle rallies that tie up traffic. Wasn’t aware there were that many bikers working in the financial distract that day. […]