A transcript of the recording I made back in 2003 of Arizona high school teacher Ed Hermanski telling his version of events that transpired back in El Paso in the late 1980s, an urban legend that spread from high school to high school here in Arizona and on the internet. For as long as I’ve known about it, it’s simply, and innocuously, been called “The Kimberly Story”
Like “The Wire” before it, the reason True Detective works so well is because the show starts fresh with each season, quickly evolving into this web of intricate story lines following broken people on the verge of foundering as they descend into the darkest parts of mankind’s depravity.
“Utopia Lost” is a new spin on an old classic, and it deserves the praise and attention as the writers have done an amazing job of turning such a well-known story into something new and refreshing; it’s “The Three Musketeers” meets “The Hunger Games” meets “Fallout 3.”
I’ve put this off for too long. After Mom died, I found myself unable to write with any kind of certainty; I had so much to say, but I knew […]
This isn’t something that might happen; this is something that is happening, and it should scare the shit out of every American, regardless of political ideology, because it is an absolute mockery of the Constitution.
pfft /ft/ exclamation 1. An expression of a lack of interest in another persons comment 2. Used to look down upon another. Let this be a perfect learning example to […]