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March 3, 2007.

I went walking tonight. The moon was heavy and full, almost too bright. I was thinking about some things:

vacant houses people leave with all the lights on,
my brother,
my vacation next week...

I was also thinking about a short story I want to write called "The Request Line." It's the erotic story of a disc jockey named Charlie Grease, and his sexual conquests via the request line at the local rock radio station where he works. I haven't written a word of the story yet, but I have composed the disclaimer:

WARNING: The following story is merely an excuse to describe scenes of gratuitous sex in pornographic detail. Many readers may find it disturbing...everyone one else will be whipped into an orgiastic furry.

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The following comments are for "Blog 24."
by johnjohndoe

I hope to read the Request Line.

( Posted by: wanda [Member] On: March 5, 2007 )

Charlie Grease's request line...
there's something about these short blogs that always seem perfectly rounded and Zen to me... but that might just be me...

I want to read that story, I'm laughing already, let the orgiastic fury commence ;)

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: March 5, 2007 )

Blog 24
I think I need to speak to Sir Greasy... does he happen to jockey disks at KFSK? Damn.. a girl can dream, can't she?

( Posted by: chinadoll [Member] On: March 10, 2007 )

thanks to all
the above for your comments. one of the reasons i like the "blog" category is because it's tucked-away, off the beaten path. you really have to search it out.

windchime: i think you know me well enough by now to know that my spelling is atrocious. i meant "fury," but "furry" seems to work just as well. i was laughing too.

chinadoll: i googled kfsk and discovered it is a npr station in alaska. did you know that? does that station mean something to you?

thanks again for the comments.


( Posted by: johnjohndoe [Member] On: March 10, 2007 )

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