Writer for Esquire and ESPN The Magazine; eulogist. Currently reading Which Lie Did I Tell? by William Goldman.
@RetepAdam: Your taste in writers and quarterbacks is immaculate.
@markinvictoria: NORMAN BREAKEY WAS A MAGNIFICENT MAN.
@chelswhyte: I stand by the awesomeness of those two things. They are perfect.
@LD10: The inside of that beaver head is the filthiest thing I've ever seen, and I grew up in the country.
OF COURSE THE PAINT ROLLER IS CANADIAN. Thank you, poor sad Norman Breakey! torontoist.com/2013/01/toront…
I don't know who invented the paint roller, but I owe that blessed individual whole years of my life.
RT @Daniel_Loxton: @MySecondEmpire I got a good foundational appreciation of that as a shepherd. Best solution a great many problems was to take a smoke break.
@Daniel_Loxton: Especially the waiting part. It'll come.
I've mentioned this before, but @Chiareality has two tattoos on his wrists: QUIET and WAIT. The older I get, the better that advice.
@mcauz56: That felt good. Also, the first time I made out was to Led Zep, so happy memories there. Not the death song, though.
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