Comments: Farook! Farook! Farook!

Thank you, Key, and I have absolutely no doubt that Chapter Two will be a gorilla stomper!

posted by Jim - PRS on February 4, 2005 09:58 PM

No pressure, Key.

The eyes of the blog world are just on you now. ; )

I've heard tell of your prowess at half-rubber. Hit it home, baybee! I know you can do it.

posted by Christina on February 4, 2005 10:26 PM

In re your previous post: Nobody Wants to Be You!

However I am sure you'll acquit yourself in tall manner. Every noir story needs a corpse, by the way. I'd shoot Jim.

posted by Velociman on February 4, 2005 10:51 PM

I thought I'd kill em all off with some Munuvian special brew, but it just wouldn't hold true to the theme.

I guess I'll have to let a few live.

posted by Key on February 4, 2005 11:12 PM

Good luck, Key. Remember that shoes are important! You will do well, no doubt.

posted by sadie on February 5, 2005 06:19 AM

Key, remember, cajun women aint to be messed with!! Most of us know a little voodoo,,,

posted by Michele on February 5, 2005 07:27 AM

Excellent point, Michele!!

A gris gris, here a gris gris, there...

And, of course, Sadie is right, it's all about the shoes...

P.S., gris gris is a voodoo curse, Looziana style...

posted by Christina on February 5, 2005 10:03 AM

No pressure, Key...your loyal readers expect only the finest from you.

Please don't stress over this. We are all frail beings, no matter that you will be much frailer after we verbally remove your non-elastic skin one square inch at a time if you fail us.

Now, go win one for the Goober!!!!

posted by Wayne on February 5, 2005 03:26 PM

.. done yet?... hurry up, girl... no pressure, of course..

posted by Eric on February 5, 2005 03:50 PM

Quit whining and write. If you can't kick Jim's ass, I'll lose all respect for you.

posted by Acidman on February 5, 2005 04:32 PM modern marriage, divorce and "primordial eros ashton taylor and strife." The 29 short chapters Carson calls babbette "Tangos" imagine and analyze, in jaggedly memorable andrea mountjoy verse, the ill-starred romance between the narrator elitta picture and her charismatic, needy and unfaithful husband, analise hayes who writes her romantic letters in her teenage aneta smrhova years, introduces her to his tragic friend Ray, erica campbell cheats on her with women named Merced and Dolor, racquel darrian picture takes her on a tour of the Peloponnese and begs veronica zemanova her to reverse her decision to leave him. The plot avy scott letomol.comnm

posted by Kyla Cole on July 23, 2005 08:02 AM
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