Tag: politically incorrect
My Bus Stop Bench Ad
“If you saw my ad on a bus stop bench you would know I was the eponymous proprietor of Morningwood Investigations, and that no job is too small.” – Morningwood
“To be honest, I had lost confidence in his ability to make food that didn’t gross me out, since the last time I had eaten one of his egg rolls I bit into a rubber band.” – Morningwood
Zonkey in Little Mexico
“You didn’t go to Little Mexico to have your picture taken with the zebra-painted burro, but the more you drank the more”fucking amazing” it became, and more often than not, you went home with the inevitable souvenir snapshot of you kissing the burro on the lips and a hole in your wallet where ten bucks used to be.” – Morningwood
“He wasn’t restrained, but he wasn’t going anywhere.” – Morningwood
The Del Mar Front Desk
“The skanky-looking motel proprietress emerged from behind a heavy curtain hung across a doorway with a cigarette dangling from her lips, squinting to keep the smoke from her eyes.” – Morningwood
Morningwood is an irreverent and politically incorrect comic novel about a couple of days in the life of a small-time private investigator on a fool’s errand.
Ted Fancied Himself the Comedian of the Group
8 x 10 – acrylic on canvas
From the archives
From the archives. “Tehran Jaway” 100 x 80 cm, acrylic on canvas. Shown in the Us on the US exhibition at the ABC Treehouse Gallery in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 2006.