Lee G.’s family attended a Methodist church just down the street from the egomanical Dr. Fred’s church.
Valley Girl opened the same weekend as The Hunger. I didn’t have any interest in seeing it. As far as I was concerned the film makers were morally destitute thieves who ripped […]
Misfits come in all shapes and sizes, at least Alton Ellis did. He was 6’4″ easy, though his clothes were 5’8″. He had a huge pimply nose in the middle of a […]
David Bowie ended the 1970s in April 1983, drove a stake through their Angel Flight hearts like some sort of dance-friendly Van Helsing. Let’s Dance wasn’t Bowie’s first album in the decade—that […]
I arrived early for my first day of work. My new manager issued me a stained tee-shirt and a bright orange pair of pedophile football coach shorts that were three sizes too […]
I have a lengthy track record of disliking Michael Jackson. When I was seven my oldest sister received a 45 of “Dancing Machine” as a birthday gift. I thought that was pretty hot, then […]
Every kid thinks that his or her hometown is boring.
I love movies, always have. My sister had a teacher who collected 8 millimeter prints and would occasionally bring one in for the class.
After my first summer of college, I went home to Boiling Springs, and my best buddy Lee G. and I took jobs at Mr. T’s Fireworks -N- Peaches. That previous sentence is […]
At age fifteen I should not have been trusted with something as dangerous as a fork, yet the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles issued me a driver license. All it took […]