STRUCK DEAD BY A SPEEDING PAROLEE.
1. Barking at the Ape
1. ONE OF THE FIRST ‘MILK-CARTON KIDS’ It was a fateful May morning in 1979 when six-year-old Etan Patz’s parents finally felt safe letting him walk to the bus stop alone in Manhattan.
“Olive” (not her real name) is a woman who worked at Tower Records on Sunset Strip for two-and-a-half years in the 1980s. In honor of the premier of ABC’s WICKED CITY, here she recalls her various brushes with the rich, the famous, and the intoxicated.
“Tower was a respite for people. You’d come there and see some celebrities walking around—Brian Setzer, Bruce Springsteen, Whoopi Goldberg. Everyone came to be seen. You buy records, maybe see a celebrity, maybe get an autograph, and that would make your day.”
“She served a two-year prison sentence for orchestrating the 2007 kidnapping, robbery, and ten-hour torture of a former boyfriend.”
42. Male Tears
Granted, sex dolls are not as warm as real women. But according to some men, they aren’t nearly as cold, either.
I’ll spare you the expense…and the stench…and summarize what you should be grateful for missing.
“I am very impressed every time I see you in the woods. You seem to realize when you are being watched…”
If you had a vision of Jesus where he hands you his foreskin and tells you it’s your wedding ring, you’d better zip your lip about it or everyone will think you’re fucking crazy.