Random Thoughts: Finished Book, MSNBC, and Knockout Game

Posted on December 10, 2013 9:39 am

Turned in the manuscript for my next book today. It’s a good feeling.

This will be another humor book. Still working on getting my fiction published, but making progress there — albeit slowly.

Anyway, this next humor book will be out in print and not just ebook — like I’m a real author — though no idea when that will be.

Every day I hope to find in the mail the DNA test that’s the first part of getting your Twitter account verified.

Why doesn’t MSNBC have a nightly show titled “That’s raaaaacist!”?

When you have two knockout game players try to knock each other out, that’s just called “boxing.”

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5 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Finished Book, MSNBC, and Knockout Game”

  1. Oppo says:

    Now the website name can be changed to “In My Auctorial Opinion.”

    And, you can start every second sentence with “On the author hand, . . . .”

    . . . and end arguments with: “Have your publisher call my publisher!”

  2. Harvey says:

    “Why doesn’t MSNBC have a nightly show titled “That’s raaaaacist!”?”

    They do, but it’s pronounced “Hardball”

  3. jw says:

    … this next humor book will be out in print and not just ebook— like I’m a real author —…

    does that mean that if we buy it in ebook we aren’t really readers?

  4. Dohtimes says:

    The table turning beat down at The Daily Caller yesterday of the knockout punk hitting this girl was epic. Kicked in the face by a guy and beat on the head by the girl until the video was ready for his friends to put on YouTube still makes me smile. :)

  5. Mike says:

    This is not new. These knockout games and other kinds of racial violence are covered in detail in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot”.

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