These days our lives are so full of noise. We are constantly bombarded with advertisements, constantly under pressure to remain connected to an ever-shrinking planet that moves faster and faster each day. There are moments, however, when the hum of the machine is quieted, the world seems to move in slow motion, and something beautiful and universal is revealed. These moments should be treasured. They can happen anywhere…even in the crapper of a gas station along an Indiana highway.
Seek Truth. Lick Boners.
The plumber stared into the soul of his beloved as the horror of her captivity began to fade away. The scent of singed hair wafted through the air as the hero leaned forward for his hero’s reward. However, with mustachioed lips moving slowly, slowly downward, the figure held so tightly began to tremble.
With a growing fear, the words he has heard six times before rose through the air. Tearfully, the faithful retainer, Toadstool, spoke. “Thank you, Mario, but our princess is in another castle.”
Once upon a time a friend of mine, the infamous Skoolyard Killa, made me watch the movie Torque. I decided to write a review of it after all these years. Here you go:
Listen, learn, laugh and love as J and Mike contemplate surviving the zombie apocalypse as it happens during work hours at their unnamed sub shop in an unnamed Chicago suburb. In the zombie apocalypse, first you get the knives, then you get the food, then you jerk off…a lot.