The ongoing saga of Reid trying to get his satellite television turned off.
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I wondered to myself today if anyone would mind if I strangled the asshole in front of me at the deli counter, the one getting tiny amounts of nine different meats and cheeses all ordered individually. He ordered quarter-pound after quarter-pound, all sliced so thin as to be nearly invisible. Then after the counter worker […]
For those of you looking for some extra comedy in your daily diet, I’m doing a wine review column for Project Shanks.com. And as some of you know, I didn’t actually drink any alcohol until I was forty, so bear in mind that everything I taste goes down pretty awful.
My doctor said I need more fiber in my diet, so today I got my footlong Subway meatball sandwich on wicker.
Big news from my house, my first book, “The Great Texas Trailer Park Escape” is out now from Biting Dog Press. You can find the book here, with links to buy it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. It’s a dream come true for me, and hopefully the first of many. Hope you guys enjoy it. […]
Reid finds a real-life scammer, and has some fun with gibberish.
Travelling to Cincinnati today, I knew I wasn’t going to make it all in one trip, so I decided I’d just pull over and grab a cheap motel, sleep a few hours, and get back out there. As usual, I started looking for a place to pull over and eat, and also find a motel […]
Spending midnight in a VFW in West Virginia, with watered-down beer and dreams that won’t go anywhere.
This is what I woke up to today, which is what a weatherguy called “Annoyance Snow.” Weird. In Texas, this much snow would close the schools and send everyone to loot Walmart for water and batteries. Here, I’m just warming up some chili. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit […]
After eighteen years, I leave Tyler for good. A wanderer’s last thoughts before hitting the road.
According to KSL in Salt Lake City, the state of Utah spent more than thirty thousand dollars to drug test people who are on welfare, and out of 4730 applicants, they only caught 12 people with positive tests. From the article: “The data from August 2012 through July 2013 indicates the state spent almost $6,000 to […]
My garage sale find of the day…it looks like someone is selling the chair from Casino Royale. If you haven’t seen the movie, you won’t get that joke, but you also won’t cross your eyes and get a headache at the memory of it, either. — Reid Kerr prefers to think of the days when […]