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Jesse Eells-Adams pictures his life as a burden and not as a gift. That’s not the way the big man sees it. To the big man, Jesse is the model consumer ready to buy whatever, down and dirty with the dollars. Long distance relationships typically have money concerns like ‘I need some danged money’. Sadly transportation is far too expensive. Animals rarely worry about transportation as they tend to be rather fast despite their four legged nature. Masturbation addictions are tough to beat especially after everything gets sore. Parties generally lack masturbation though hookups exist. Jamey’s gift appears to be rather intense and involves a special masturbation act. A better gift would be a toaster, a brave toaster willing to give up its life for its owner. Joel Osteen and ‘Freaks and Geeks’ go together surprisingly nicely. Joel Osteen is a huge fan of the outcasts of the world, like Jesus who has since become far more popular after his death just like every good artist.
John Facey wonders what he has done with his life. Millions of people do. That’s the only way they know they are alive. Gas-forming foods have nothing to do with success though raw fruits definitely make the world a better place. Creed the chart-topping Christian band of the 90s, 00s and today makes the world the best place for the Lord and Savior, Satan.
Justin Maddey compares life to a bowl of cherries because life can be sweet and the pits at the same time.
Justin Pedic claims anime is more important than school. Nobody should believe that. Life is more than fooling around or Fooly Cooly as some anime would let the reader believe. Life doesn’t involve stuff simply growing out of prepubescent teens’ heads. Only a lucky few get that experience. Chasing the bus is an important growing experience. To chase anything is to have dreams.
Kevin Douglas questions whether or not he is a man whore. If a man needs to ask this question then perhaps he’s living the man whore lifestyle. Not everybody is so lucky. Ugly people, shy people avoid this lifestyle choice of physical connection. Some of those man whores grow up to become real dogs. The most unlucky find themselves at Burning Man wondering when their hedonism becomes a parody. Mud sex orgies are only interesting for so long.
Kyle Peets asks the reader to come on home. Out of somewhere comes the proclamation that the world is for everyone. Property seems to throw that idea asunder. Beds create new territories in the mind. There is no wild west. Such things are for movies. The imagination is the frontier of the world.
Kyleigh James insults hippies’ most sacred territory besides Northern California. This is terrible. Poor rich hippies want to live the remainder of their cultural influence in obscurity. Nobody should ever be fine with their ridicule of their genitalia no matter how crusty or gross.
Libby Rindal displays the love of reptiles. Although reptiles are cold-blooded reptiles have warm hearts. It is beautiful how they hug.
Matthew Polishak wishes for the impossible thing. Nobody knows where their life is going. That’s part of the joy of life: knowing nothing.
Miles Uroshevich demands a serious conversation about alligator porn. The alligator porn starts in alligator lounges in Brooklyn where the romance happens. Love without Satan is no kind of love. Alligators need Satan so they can copulate over the carcasses of dead creatures they killed with their sharp teeth. Subway is full of dead creatures via extreme depression. Anybody in a Subway wonders why they are there. The reason is never good enough.
Natalie McDirt insults someone via brand-new mobile phone technology. It is the harshest of vibes.
Natalie Reiser expresses sadness at Jesus Dinosaur. Few know this but Jesus was a dinosaur heralding back to the land before time. BC was invented later as an afterthought as a way to thank him for his great work.
Nic McNamara shows off two oversized stuffed animals in a true expression of love.
Pittsburgh Happyhour recalls a classic Bible episode, the fun one with the foresight about foreskin.
Raunaq Das advises the reader to embrace the light. Clearly that’s happening. That’s why electronic screens glow so bright.
Riley McAdoo expresses joy at finding another rare Nirvana fan. Fibers of the Nirvana community are rather strong due to Nirvana’s extremely underground nature.
Shawn Maddey explores the beauty of the world’s smallest microscopic bears. They devour dust bunnies for breakfast lunch and dinner. What better breakfast than that of ultimate regret? Plenty live off of the many infused nutrients of the disappointment lifestyle. Of course from disappointment comes sexual preferences and eventual pornography. Pornography can be one of the saddest forms of media or the happiest.
Shiloh O’Connor shows the many faces of media. It is worrisome how much can be shoved into entertainment. What is entertainment anymore?
Stephanie Rogers thinks of a peanut butter fish. The technology isn’t there yet. It needs a few years first. Scientists are working around the clock though.
Wayne Gumble captures the worry of Craigslist. Poor Craigslist suckers are the loneliest individuals on the planet. From here Wayne captures various scenes of life with the power of art.
Winston McDirt finishes it with the wish of a child. Children long to age. The old long to slow down time. Yet the more time passes the less meaning it has. Years begin to blur into each other. Eventually it all becomes the same thing. The trial version of life is childhood. After that things get far more difficult.
The world exhales with this collection. For a moment the entire thing leaves one breathless. It is too big of a thing for anyone to believe. Yet here it is in all of its massive glory burning ever so bright via the power of computer light.