Stumbling On Up

There's a dance bar in Akron I've been to a few times with friends during epic nights out on the town.  It has a second floor with railings that looks down over the dancing college students below.  Up there you're a VIP, free to dance among the superior people who are so close to the... Continue Reading →


So Jersey

There's a 102-year-old man who lives in a nursing home several miles outside of Newark.  He sits in a wheelchair because he's no longer able to walk on his own.  He doesn't speak much and he mostly keeps to himself.  If you come to visit, you can usually find him out on the patio with... Continue Reading →

Career Fair

I should be waking up in a cold sweat every night with reoccurring dreams of being a childhood failure. When I was a kid, I played on my home town's little league baseball team.  I chose the outfield because it meant I could make little dirt volcanos with my cleats and pray that the other team... Continue Reading →

The Foot Incident

Most of today, like everyday, was a cry for attention from me.  On Sunday I suffered a foot injury.  Now it hurts to walk.  I'm a hypochondriac so I told everyone that I broke it.  It's difficult to explain that in more detail when you went to school for television and not body part studies."Why... Continue Reading →

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