The Second Coming

Part II {Read the first part in the previous post. An Overdue Conversation}   I’m fresh up out my coma… I got my Momma and my Daddy and my homies in my co’na… It’s gonna take a miracle they say… For me to walk again and talk again but anyway… I get, fronted some KIs… […]

The “G” Card

There are some challenges that arise when someone becomes enlightened and discovers the truth known as atheism. I don’t mind having to repeatedly explain myself when asked, “how did you manage to figure out there is no ‘god’ why don’t you believe in ‘god’?” Although I love being an atheist as much as a Catholic […]

Good Old Marriage Advice

Timothy graduated from Harvard Law School at the top of his class. As expected, every major firm in the country offered him a position. The decision was simple for Tim; “wherever Lucy wants to live is fine with me.” He said. Lucy was Tim’s high school sweetheart and he loved her more than anything; as […]


Once upon a time, in the small town of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona, near the famous four corners, there lived a unique canine. The mayor of Teec Nos Pos found the dog while on a family trip to the border where Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah connect. Immediately, the mayor’s son, little Thomas bonded […]

Bagging Up Season 2 – Episode 3

Season 2: Episode 1   Episode 2 INT. BARTHOLOMEW’S APARTMENT Simon wasn’t home, but Judas found him at Bartholomew’s place. BARTHOLOMEW What’s up mas puto. The guys laugh. JUDAS What the hell does that mean? SIMON We’re not really sure, but we think it means super gay, in Spanish. JUDAS When did you guys start speaking […]

Bagging Up Season 2 – Episode 2

Season 2: Episode 1 INT. sports bar Bartholomew convinced Judas to meet the guys at a bar in order to hash things out. SIMON I can’t believe Matt escaped twice. BARTHOLOMEW Michelle is going to kill him when he goes home. MATTHIAS I told you guys; things are a little different now. SIMON She’s gonna […]

90’s Tweets

These are five sample tweets I would have sent, had Twitter existed in the 90’s. I’ll only limit the list to five because I could probably go on forever and that would be pointless! I just think the idea lends itself to some funny tweets. I will also post one response that I would have […]

Inside The Numbers

In my previous post, I mentioned Jerry DeWitt. He is the first graduate of the Clergy Project. The purpose of the organization is to assist ranking members of religious institutions, from all faiths, with their transition to the real world. Apparently, there are many people who are leading double lives. These men and women preach […]