Here is a little video Kelly Pettit and I made.
It’s a mixture of the “ Really Bad Things” series with a bunch of new ones thrown in too!
note: a very very very very special “ thank you” to who did all the work on this one: director, producer, cinematographer, sound engineer, and most especially editor. I really couldn’t have done this with out his expertise in things I know nothing about. Kelly Pettit
He also carried half the pool table around with me looking silly for a few hours.
double note: I should have smiled more in this video.
triple note: , Really Bad Things , and More Really Bad Things are still being bad. Still More Really Bad Things
notes to myself #10
When you are 9 years old do not do Morris’ paper route for him. He’s not going to pay you; and him and his dad are douche b … oh! … you don’t know those words yet! … they are jerks.
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Whenever I hear an ambulance’s siren, I always think about the patient riding inside who’s having a very bad day.
I’m always happy when they turn the siren off while still driving.
Because the patient must have got a lot better.
note: Do you phone 119 when you are having a good day?
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