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I am a 37 year old American man. I am straight,white and southern.I am not homophobic,racist or stupid.

I am fat,broke and going bald.My business folded and I am working a shit job right-now.
I love life. I love me.Situations that suck do not have to make life suck.

Update: Still working the same shit job but am going to school to get a degree in business management. I am looking for a better job with a company that I can move up in once I finish my degree. I have a wonderful supportive girlfriend who loves me like crazy. As always ,life is good.

Oh yeah,now I am a 38 year old American man.


cant sleep. went to the doctors. u never guess what that motherfucker told me. he tells me, you should try smoking weed! i just left i was so mad is my health a joke to him?who does he think he is? i wont ever do anything illegaleven if my doctor tells me to. i dont trust him anymore im telling my dad i dont want to see him anymore and that he tried to kiss me

You won’t smoke weed but you will tell a lie that could get a man murdered or cost him his career. I don’t get it, he was just trying to help. Just because the government doesn’t condone it doesn’t mean it doesn’t work.

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11. January 2014

The world is about to meet another of the late, great Bill Hicks’ many personalities. It was announced that three days before what would have been his 50th birthday, a fifteen minute EP entitled simply 12/16/61 will be available for digital download on iTunes.

Hicks’ ghost is of course no stranger to posthumous material—fully eight of his official albums, including the most well known, Rant in E-Minor, were released after his death in February 1994. (That’s just as many as Tupac, for those of you counting along at home.)
12/16/61 was recorded when Bill Hicks was 21 years old; as young as that sounds, he was actually entering his seventh year as a performer. Growing up in suburban Houston, Hicks and his friend Dwight Slade performed guerilla character bits, unsolicited, for their fellow high school students. When a comedy club finally opened downtown, in the early 80s, they put in their dues week after week. Using his strict family life as fodder for the stage, Hicks gained an early reputation as a rising talent, and achieved modest success after moving to Los Angeles right out of high school.
10. January 2014

Miss your favorite show and forget to set the DVR? Can’t find your favorite DVD? Your show get cancelled and you can’t get it on DVD yet? It’s probably on Icefilms. Icefilms is really just links to content from other sites and services but they package it so well.With just a few minutes to set up your browser you can download or watch almost anything immediately.

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Jason Isbell is on the show today and he sings a few songs while he’s at it. This one didn’t make the final interview cut, but you should listen to it anyway. He covers Neil Young’s “Don’t Let It Bring You Down” and then breaks down why he loves the song.

Update: Full interview here.

Thank you for this.

10. January 2014

HOUSTON, TX — A father will spend half of 2014 behind bars for doing too much for his son.  After overpaying child support and seeing his son too often — breaking terms that were secretly modified without his knowledge — a judge sentenced him to a lengthy jail sentence.