Added by Norm Cowie
Posted on February 5, 2008 at 12:47pm
Okay, maybe by the end of this, you'll be going, 'sure, he's a politician like all the others."
Well, maybe, I have been kissing some babies lately. Their heads are all fuzzy and soft, so it can get kind of addicting. I guess I can
understand why the politicians do it all the time.
But why don't they kiss old people, or people with body odor? Old people need
comfort and love ... stinky people need, um, well, they can be lovable,
too ... from…
Posted on January 8, 2008 at 1:44pm
Hey, can I buy your vote?
Um, not with money.
Sex? Nah, you don't want that from me either.
Okay, fine, I don't have anything to offer.
But can you vote for me anyway?
My new book "The Next Adventures of Guy ... more wackiness" is up for Preditor's and Editors SF/Fantasy Book Reader's Poll.
Wouldja mind voting?
Go here ...
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