Urine for a good time

May 18, 2006 at 3:22 am (Uncategorized)

Behold, the latex mask with frontal urinal and ring gag. Now with opitional hair protection, because you want to torture and humiliate that fellow you snatched from the bus station, but it would be rude to pee in his hair.


You have got to hand it to the Austrians, I guess. Talk about marketing a device that we all need, but have no idea how to get. And it IS getable. Why, you can order it right on the net and have it in time for that sadomasochism pee party you have planned for the weekend.

Order now. You know you want to.


  1. Martha said,

    Mark.. Yuck!!!!
    Hey.. did you get the emails I sent you of articles from the Dallas Morning News?

  2. Linda said,

    Mark, what’s your thinking here? Is this more of that BSU stuff?

  3. Mainetarr said,

    Now that’s just plain gross. Why in the world would anyone want one of these things? No wait, don’t tell me.

  4. Martha said,

    LOL MT… just about my sentiments.. although, I suspect there are a few warped minds among us who would find them pretty hilarious.

  5. AO said,

    See? This is what I like about this blog. You never know what you’re going to wake up to. Sure, it’s gross but, it IS funny!

  6. K2 said,

    Well, latex allegeries aside, I’m sure this face urinal makes a great gift.

    Paging R. Kelly. . . .

  7. Blumpkin said,

    that’s what I’m talin’ about. Kudos to LaFlamer for bringing the topics up that truly matter. Keep up the good work!!

    ps – Brenda = p6

  8. Blumpkin said,

    that’s what I’m talkin’ about. Kudos to LaFlamer for bringing the topics up that truly matter. Keep up the good work!!

    ps – Brenda = p6

  9. Bobbie said,

    This topic reminds me of a book I came across at my grandmother’s house once.

  10. Blumpkin said,

    wtf – double post……

    just making sure k2 got both of them

  11. Linda said,

    Well I went on a little road trip. Didn’t get a speeding ticket in Turner, always a good thing for me, and there was nobody ahead of me on the Crash Road so I could drive fast around the curves the way I like to do. Husband got new tires on my little car yesterday, sweet.

    Now I’m back and, yes, today’s post is still disgustiing. But it can’t dampen my mood.

    I’m going to share what the pictures are reminding me of, possibly against my better judgment, but what the hell.

    My husband and I had been on opposite sides of the planet for about 7 months, when our twenty-something wedding anniversary came around. To cheer me up, my sister took me to karaoke night at a dive in Rumford. A drunken bus driver in a rubber hat (see, I’m predictable, that’s the connection with the post) kept sending over drinks and eventually asked me to dance.

    The song was Margaritaville. You know the line about the new tattoo? At that point the bus driver started clutching at my shirt and lifting it up, angling his head here and there to look under my shirt and up my sleeves — muttering, “got any tats?” He had nothing but ink on his mind from that moment on. Tried to show me his.

    It was totally hilarious at the time, but my sister is pretty conservative and she was horrified. Apologized for six months.

    See, I was listening to WABK in the car. As Gil said in his blog, every old song is tied to a memory.

  12. LaFlamme said,

    If I had a latex urinal mask with gag ring, I’d wear it to work. Clearly, it would serve as a symbol of my protest, although what I’d be protesting, I have no idea.

  13. Linda said,

    I can’t quite picture that. Could you still talk through the gag ring? Otherwise — uh uh.

  14. LaFlamme said,

    That gag ring concept gives me the creeps. It reminds me in some vague way about “Hostel,” which you should see if you haven’t already.

  15. Linda said,

    Haven’t seen it. Why does it creep you out?

  16. LaFlamme said,

    Totally. Don’t make me post my review of it.

  17. LaFlamme said,

    Uh oh. Too late:

    The movie world is full of countless flicks that will make you jump, scream and maybe hurl your popcorn across the cinema. Boogeymen creep from closets. Lunatics are killed but keep getting up. Tiny dolls with knives menace entire communties. Most people enjoy a harmless fright. It’s all good once the credits roll and the theater is lighted again.

    Hostel is not a harmless fright. It’s bleak, bloody and bold and suited only for those who like to wander to the really dark places. It’s a gloomy, hard tale every bit as traumatizing to the intellect as it is repulsive to the eye.

    In short, I freaking love this movie. And it all starts with lively music and naked people. For the first 45 minutes, I wanted to be a reckless teen again. I wanted to get myself a passport and backpack and prepare to tramp all over Europe. I wanted to wander with my friends and experience the liberal offerings of those far flung countries. I wanted to indulge in all the vice so vividly advertised in the opening scenes of the movie.

    By the time it was done, I had endeavored never to leave the safety of the United States. Nossir. I’ll burn the passport, drop the backpack in a river and stay right here where 911 is always a finger’s length away.
    Much fuss is made about the graphic violence in “Hostel.” It’s certainly graphic and violent as they come. Yet, it’s not the blood and gore, drills and saws that will leave you unsettled. More disturbing is the concept at the very heart of the tale. The idea that Americans abroad could be snared into a sinister underworld and then sold to wealthy sadists to do with as they will. What gnaws at you is how handily such a business could operate.
    There’s a scene midway through the film where a young man awakes with a hood over his face and only a small hole to see through. His feet are bound to the floor. His hands are bound behind him. He is a prisoner in a dark, dingy roomand the horrible truth of his situation becomes abundantly clear soon enough.
    The movie works because it plants you in that very chair. You feel the rising desperation as it becomes evident what your role is here. You are a plaything for a madman who has paid good money to satisfy all the depraved longings in his sick heart. At his disposal is a nauseating variety of tools. There are drills and blades, saws and hammers, needles and scalpels. All the things that have scared you since your first visit to the dentist or doctor are right here and there will be no anesthesia.
    Yeah, it’s pretty damn jolting when the first young man gets a drill bit sunk into his thigh. But more revolting is the notion that this is the only beginning. Because a person who pays enormously for such nasty pleasure is surely not going to be quick about it. You feel the grinding and growing horror of the victim’s plight. Screaming will get them nowhere. This is a place designed specifically for screams. There will be no human rights groups stopping by. There will be no U.S. led rescue operation at the last minute. This is a place with a name like Ardvarkia, or Ohyuckia. The safety of home is a long ways off and the people back there are blissfully unaware of this strange country and of the terrors therein.
    Sure, in-your-face images of dismember legs and hanging eyeballs will ruin your popcorn. But it’s the heavy feeling of isolation and helplessness that will cloud the rest of your day.
    There are plenty of people who refuse to see this flick. If they are timid about unrestrained nastiness, I don’t blame them. Don’t blame them at all. But if you’re even mildly curious about the movie, I say go. Go spend a couple hours with Tarantio and Eli Roth, and you’ll feel a little better about missing those overseas trips when you were a cocky college kid. You never go the high times in Barcelona, it’s true. But at least you have all your fingers and you never had an eyeball dangling against your cheek.

    If you still get a giddy delight watching the ear scene in “Reservoir Dog,” go see this movie. Just cut your date some slack if he or she starts squeezing your hand with bone crushing might. It’s only human to recoil against atrocities committed against humans. And a story that can reach a person on that primitive level is a success. I give “Hostel” two thumbs up to go with the three or four laying on the floor.

  18. Linda said,

    That does sound like it would stretch some boundaries.

    It interests me that you were affected by the other-country-ness of it. So far from the safety of home, you say. You’re pretty well steeped in the awful things that can happen right at home (in the US) so if the movie took you beyond that, it must be effective.

  19. Bobbie said,

    You just couldn’t resist, could you, Mark?

  20. Linda said,

    Here’s a question for the gang. All opinions welcome.

    ** What are the top must-see scary movies of all time? **

    My husband doesn’t like scary movies but he’s away, and it might be a good time to widen my knowledge. If he stays away all weekend I might rent a few — if you all promise me they are good.

    I know that movies are mentioned frequently here — Halloween last night, and The Exorcist recently for instance. But can I have a list?

  21. Mainetarr said,

    AO got me the DVD for my birthday. I have watched it two more times, this is the uncut version. It is great!! THere were things I missed the first time. EVERYONE should see it at least once. IT’s like the Exorcist. A must see.

  22. AO said,

    Do you like gore scary? Or, just scary? I LOVE The Sixth Sense. It has to be one of THE best scary movies I’ve ever seen. I also liked the one with Nicole Kidman…the title escapes me.

  23. AO said,

    The Others. That’s the name of it. Good flick.

  24. Linda said,

    I’m not too out of touch with regular scary movies, I probably should have said, I’d like to see some horror-scary ones. I love The Sixth Sense too, what a great movie. (loved the kid — did you see Pay It Forward, to switch to sad movies for a mo?) but I don’t think I saw The Others.

  25. AO said,

    The Others is very creepy. Dark setting, all low lighting. Gray. I loved it.

    I did see Pay It Forward, I couldn’t remember crying that hard in a long time. Once was enough for me.

  26. AO said,

    Another one of my very favorite scary movies is, The Uninvited. It’s an oldie. It stars Ray Milland and, Ruth (the) Hussey. Cheap effects but, worth the watch. I doubt you could rent it anywhere. It’s one of those oldies that AMC or, TMC runs from time to time. And, on a lighter side, there’s always the classic The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. I have it, that’s how much I love that one.

  27. Linda said,

    BTW, AO, thanks for the email. You’ll see that I (as usual) had a story to tell you.

  28. AO said,

    Yeah you did and, it was a good one! Can’t wait to see what happens when June 6th rolls around! Keep me posted.

  29. Linda said,

    The Travel Channel is showing a program about 5 young Americans that are sent on a trip around the Pacific Rim on $50 a day, to do things suggested by viewers on the internet. Complicated. Today they’re in Melbourne, staying in a (gulp) hostel. So far so good though.

    I turned it on to see the Aussie Rules football, but they only showed a small segment of a game. Very nice. The players wear shorts and tank tops.

    I’m turning it off before any of the travelers are abducted and tortured.

    Best line: one of the young men says approvingly, “Melbourne is the first city on our trip that from the minute I got here, it felt just like home.” Why the fuck spend all the money on the fare, if that’s your gold standard for travel?

  30. LaFlamme said,

    Linda, you’re killing me. You’re going to make me post my horror movie list now?

  31. Linda said,


  32. LaFlamme said,

  33. Mainetarr said,

    Bobbie, here’s a list for you
    1. The Exorcist
    2. Rosemary’s Baby
    3. Jaws (the first one only!)
    4. Psycho
    5. Carrie
    6. Seven
    7. Evil Dead II-Dawn of the Dead
    8. Hostel
    9. Stigmata
    10. The Birds


  34. Linda said,

    Mark, no movies for me until tomorrow ’cause I’m going to work in a minute and the shop won’t be open at 7 a.m. So overnight / tomorrow is OK.

    Sorry to be so demanding. I’m a little bit bored, is all.

  35. Linda said,

    Thanks, MT. I’m the one wanting them.

    And thanks, Mark.

    Cant wait to compare Mark’s and MT’s

  36. AO said,

    GAWD!! Mark, You slay me with your humor!! Not to worry. After one of us wins the Power Ball, The Pink Room WILL become a movie. How could it fail?

  37. Herb said,

    Can I enter and join you or is this a closed room?

  38. AO said,

    I’ve got to say, I saw Jacob’s Ladder and…I didn’t get it. Not one bit. I thought it had to be one of the weirdest movies I’ve ever seen.

  39. Linda said,

    Herb, come on in. If new people come in, it gives us all the illusion that we can get out if we want

  40. Herb said,

    I am not new Linda, I am just the Bastard Prodical Son who has got lost in the woods and found his way home, like a good little sheep, if I still have a home that is. How do I find this place again?

  41. Mainetarr said,

    Linda, Herb is an old blogger, just been MIA for a while. What horror movies are your favorites?

  42. Linda said,

    I think Jaws is a practically perfect movie. Remember Land Shark on SNL, or are you all too young? You probably are.

    I did see some of those, but not for years.

    Mark, these rainy weeks would’ve been VERY GLOOMY AND SPOOKY in the woods. If you can film in those conditions, we missed a big opportunity with THe Pink Room

  43. Linda said,

    Oh hello, Herb, sorry I didn’t know. I recognize your name from the SJ. It’s more fun here.

  44. Herb said,

    Horror Movies? Horror Movies? WTF has that got to do with rain? If it’s raining there as you all claim then the best thing to do is to stay inside and snuggle up with your love, and watch a good Porn Flick. Oh I forgot this is Maine. Well I’d watch Never on a Sunday, and Sex and the single bifem

  45. Linda said,

    Thanks for the advice Herb but as I said earlier, my husband is out of town so your advice is no good to me this weekend. That’s why I’m thinking of horror movies.

  46. Herb said,

    Really more fun here? Well you haven’t been at SJ for awhile. Old FB is about ready to go to Erick with tears in his eyes saying the Dem,ocrats are going to rise up and slay the Republicans. What a mess that is.

  47. jarheaddoc said,

    The scariest movies I’ve seen of late are the ones my wife gets at Wal-mart, in the one dollar bin.
    Bobbie, what was that book you found at your grandmother’s? And which grandmother, maternal or paternal?

  48. Mainetarr said,

    screw FB. He’s an asshole. We can say that here.

  49. LaFlamme said,

    Yeah, why is Dan repeatedly calling us “that bigot blog?” Since when is this place even coherent enough to warrant such an accusation. I can only conclude that Dan is very stupid. I know, it’s a shock. But those are my findings. And he’s too much of a sissy to pop in here. Stupid sissy.

  50. Linda said,

    jd, we all thought it, you asked it.

  51. Mainetarr said,

    Linda, Jaws is my all time favorite movie, ever and of all genres. I love that movie.

  52. Vanessa said,

    I had a boyfriend named Herb once.

  53. "The Weasel" said,

  54. Phuket Patty said,

    Me love you long time Papa Herb…..

  55. Linda said,

    Thanks, Weasel.

    I’m going to work now, so you’d all be doing me a really big favor if you’d follow the rating scheme for links — you know, NSFW? Otherwise I won’t dare open anything all night.

    I’m just saying …

  56. AO said,

    Weasel, I’ve seen that flick before. Very funny!

    Jean, the blogger formally known as Dan, is to chicken livered to show his face in here.

  57. Vanessa said,

    Herbie, could it be you? My old boyfriend Herb?

  58. Bobbie said,

    Type in https://marklaflamme.wordpress.com

    in the address bar and then when it comes up, click on the favorites tab at the top of the page and then click add. Then you won’t have to worry about getting lost again. Glad to see that you were able to find your way here.

    It was the paternal grandmother’s house. Can’t remember the name of the book since it’s been quite a few years since it happened, but the “story” of the X rated book fit right in with today’s topic.

  59. Vanessa said,

    Herbie you old dawg—where have you been hiding?

  60. jarheaddoc said,

    Bobbie, I once found this statue that you whacked on the head and his crank popped up. It was also in the parenal grandmother’s house. thing was, you never knew what you’d find in that house, considering the quality of the personnel involved. You guessed it, I whacked that sucker on the squash and up popped his crank, and my father, who had no idea what it was, came very close to stroking out over it.

  61. AO said,

    Hey, Vanessa, Welcome. You and Herb are old flames? Wow.

  62. jarheaddoc said,

    Thanks for the info, Linda. One of the neat little sayings I’ve held onto through the years states that if a lot of people tell you the same thing, all those people can’t be wrong. How does one log onto that site?

  63. jarheaddoc said,

    Bobbie, have you made contact with your brother, like we were talking about oh so long ago?

  64. Vanessa said,

    it sure sounds like we may be. he sounds just like a guy i used to sleep with. the memories i have. but herb is ignoring me so maybe it is not him.

  65. Bobbie said,

    I can imagine your father having that reaction to the statue. I know what you mean about never knowing what you’d find where-your family sounds as bad as mine some days!

  66. AO said,

    So, Vanessa, tell us more about you and, Herb. What happened? Why did you two split? Was it the war? What? Are you sure it’s the same Herb? How do you know? Can you give us any facts?

  67. jarheaddoc said,

    Bobbie, sometimes it makes me wonder just how in the hell I survived childhood. It also explains why I ran off and joined the Navy when I did, too!

  68. Vanessa said,

    if he answers to the name ‘two pump chump’ then it is herbie.

  69. LaFlamme said,

    Ah, love rekindled at the Lost Sole. It’s just that kind of place.

  70. Vanessa said,

    what happened to oldielocks? we scare him off?

  71. Bobbie said,

    For you, it was the Navy. With me, it was the Army and it sounds like we did it for the same reason! LOL

  72. Bobbie said,

    You were giving away too many secrets, Vanessa. Shame on you!

  73. AO said,

    The Lost Sole. It’s just that kind of place….Where everybody knows your name. And they’re always glad you came.

    Somebody else…hit it!

  74. jarheaddoc said,

    I heard a line in a movie today that fits right in with many of the bloogers here: when you’re a deviate, it’s hard for people to look at you as more than one dimensional

  75. Mainetarr said,

    Jarhead, what is that from?

  76. jarheaddoc said,

    The Upside of Anger. Very strange movie. It had Kevin Costner in it as a washed up baseball player.

  77. AO said,

    Good flick. Strange but, good.

  78. jarheaddoc said,

    I’m not sure I understood it, really. Do you think the mother felt guilty about hating her husband when she found out he’d really fallen in the well? I was thinking that they should have had a collie, who could have run into the house and barked, “He’s in the fucking well, ya dumb bitch!”

  79. AO said,

    I think she felt both, guilt and, anger. But, I’ll tell you, that totally took me by surprise. I really didn’t expect that.

  80. jarheaddoc said,

    I was thinking that the body was going to be of the secretary he was supposed to have run away with

  81. Mainetarr said,

    Let’s plan a road trip. Who can we go see?

  82. jarheaddoc said,

    I have to admit that it was just funny as hell to see the expression on the mother’s face when she caught the deviate in bed with her daughter. and when she bitched him right to the ground at the wedding

  83. AO said,

    Hey, I didn’t expect a body at all! I just thought that the husband was an ass….and, I’ll leave it at that!

  84. jarheaddoc said,

    OH, A CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF A WOMAN NOT GIVING THE MAN THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT AND JUST MAKING A RUSH TO JUDGMENT ON THE SUPERFICIAL FACTS, LIKE CATCHING THE GUY ON THE DOWNSTROKE WITH ANOTHER WOMAN! Shit, just found ot the caps lock was on! Sorry. I mean, the guy didn’t run off in the end, he was in the well. I mean, of all the lame excuses the guy could have come up with, that was pretty damn original. But the real question is whether or not it was suicide, or did she help him into the water so she’d have a reason to make everyone else’s life so fucking miserable?

  85. Linda said,

    Well there’s a ringing endorsement for the movie! I’m putting it on my list.

    I think your server or mine ate a comment I tried to send. Sorry if this goes twice: jd wants to visit the SJ site (sunjournal dot com; down the left side, blogs, Our View). But can anyone tell him if you have to be a subscriber to read the blogs? I’d need to clear my cache to know, and I’m not feelin’ it just yet.

  86. LaFlamme said,

    Yeah. Technically you have to be a subscriber to fiddle around in the Our View blog. You also have to be on thorazine.

  87. Linda said,

    well that goes without saying, I know I’ve got my daily dose

  88. LaFlamme said,

    I don’t like boiled things.

  89. Linda said,


  90. LaFlamme said,

    That’s what we’ll say to each other if we ever meet clandestinely and can’t give away our cover. You know, super spy stuff.

  91. Linda said,

    Cool, what is it you call it, the code so you’ll know it’s really me? authentication? verification? I always wanted one of those

    Actually if it’s the first time we’re meeting, you’d better go with something else in addition. You could get a lot of really odd looks in a public place, saying that randomly to women you think might be me

  92. jarheaddoc said,

    Why don’t you wear a shirt that says ‘I know who you are, Dan/Jean/FB?’

  93. Linda said,

    Would that be specific enough do you think?

  94. jarheaddoc said,

    That was the best I could do after the diatribe in #83. I think I strained something typing that.

  95. Linda said,

    You may need thorazine like the rest of us. Or, exercise your diatribe muscles more often. Either way, but I kind of like your diatribes so I vote for that one

  96. LaFlamme said,

    The more I look at that mask, the more I want to see Hostel again. Truly disturbing. The mask, I mean. And the movie.

  97. AO said,

    SORRY JD! DIDN’T MEAN TO RILE YOU!! Ooop’s…sorry…my caps lock button was on.

  98. Gil said,

    Upside of Anger was a giant steaming pile. The only upside was that I only had to watch parts of it as I was busy at poker while the ladies were watching. I could pretend to come in and watch a bit and then go back to winning my millions.

  99. Gil said,

    Now I find out that you can order a latex mask with a urinal cup and a ring gag. I had to make my last one out of household objects and I got ridiculed at our monthly hooded pee party. Boy was my face red. Not that you could tell. What with the hood and all. Thanks for the link Mark

  100. LaFlamme said,

    Yeah. And thank YOU Gil. I never got the invite for the last monthly pee party. Am I black balled AGAIN?

  101. Gil said,

    Hee hee, he said balled

  102. Gil said,

    And Mark you have only yourself to blame for not being invited back. You can’t do that sort of thing with bananas and not expect people to get irate.

  103. LaFlamme said,

    Hey, I didn’t see any signs or any new banana regulations in the rule book. I gotta be me.

  104. jarheaddoc said,

    Gil, most men would go use the bathroom to dispose of all the beer they’ve drank when they’re LOSING BADLY AND OFTEN AT POKER, not sneak in on a movie that the women are watching. that’s like reading the cliff notes to a book and trying to write a term paper.

  105. jarheaddoc said,

    Gil, this is really a pile of poo, and that’s as objective as I can be about the one dollar Wal-Mart movie my wife bought. It’s “A Place to Grow”, with Wilford Brimley, and he looks like he’s constipated from missing his morning oatmeal. Wal-Mart should have paid my wife to take that movie home.

  106. Linda said,

    Oh darn, I was at Wal-Mart today and never thought of going through the one dollar movie bin.

  107. Bobbie said,

    They actually have some good movies in the $1 bin at good ol’ Wally World. Found some classics in there that weren’t available elsewhere. The 2 for $11 bin is also a good place to look. Hubby always wants to go digging thru that stupid thing when we have the least time to do it.

  108. Gil said,

  109. Gil said,

    Finish every day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities crept in. Forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; you should begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense.
    -Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Nitey nite

  110. Linda said,

    That sounded interesting until paragraphs 3 and 4.

  111. Martha said,

    MT… road trip? who to visit? ME!!! ME!!! ME!!!!!!!!!! Please….

  112. Linda said,

    Hi Martha! I thought it was too bad nobody took up MT’s plan. Bunch of party poopers tonight. Except for us working folks

  113. Martha said,

    LOL LInda, I’d love to have some of you come visit. I love this part of PA.. The arts festivals at Penn State and Boalsburg (which is practically next door to it) are coming up in July. I think that’d be a great time for some of you to come down. They will be July 13-16 this year.. Just a suggestion. I’m familiar with a B&B group locally, so might be able to help find accomadations for those who might like to come. I’d offer accomodations myself, but I have my daughter and 2 grandsons staying with me right now.. in a very small house. I love them, but it will be nice to have my house back, although I don’t know when that will happen.

  114. Linda said,

    Isn’t it pretty hot there in July? I’d be thinking late September / early October instead. ūüôā

  115. Mainetarr said,

    Martha, I was thinking of you when I said road trip. I tried and tried to get Mark to go on one with me last night, but ohhhhhhh nnoooooo, he HAD to work. Talk about party pooper. Oh well…

    Linda, the word you were looking for last night was confirmation. Before I knew which store AO owns, I walked into a bunch of different stores in Auburn, asking where to find “The Lost Sole Bar”. Or I pretended to be “a lost soul”. Finally, I found her. HA!

  116. Martha said,

    Linda & MT.
    The People’s Choice and Arts Fest are both outdoor arts fairs. I love the People’s Choice, Its held in a very nice setting. I’ve never been to Arts Fest at Penn State because of scarce, expensive parking and huge crowds. I can usually find a spot along the street at People’s Choice. I don’t find it terribly hot, but then, I’ve never minded the heat… Its the winters there in Maine that drove me out. Anyway.. come ahead.. I’d love to have most any of you visit.
    Seriously, if anyone wanted to come visit, by all means, contact me. Mark, MT or Bobbie all have my email address.

    MT, I’ve asked Mark the same question on 2 blogs now and haven’t been able to get an answer… party pooper? YUP!!!!

  117. Herb said,

    Vanessa, sorry wrong Herb, although if you send me a nude photo, I could make up some romantic tales to make everyone wet and aroused. I like to think of myself as a pretty good story teller, not on the level of Mark, but not too bad either.

  118. Linda said,

    MT, good story about looking for AO.

    Remember Mark said something about liking to go to Wal-Mart at 4 a.m? I thought how funny it would be say, meet you there, and give a very vague description of my self. The bad part of that plan: one would need to be there to see him walking up to Walmart shoppers and muttering, I don’t like boiled things. Though imagining it is funny too

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