Baseball for Dinner Presents: Movie Mash-up Mania!

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This is baseball for dinner.  Yet the baseball content is limited.  As is the dinner content. And that’s just looking for one of the two.  Looking for both is an exercise in futility. … Continue reading

Panicky Populous 001

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In Consideration of the Daters

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I know you don’t know me, but believe me, I’m hot. I’m super hot. I’m like your nerdy childhood fantasy plus the girl next door. I’m the Barbie version of Jenna Jameson with… Continue reading

Scout or Die

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IF YOU LIKE THIS POST, VISIT   www.scottymwatson.com TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR For roughly ten years of my life, I was a Boy Scout. Specifically, a Tiger Scout, a Bobcat, a Wolf, a… Continue reading

The Name of This Sentence Is New Feeling, and That’s What It’s About

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It’s not yesterday anymore, but if it was, it still wouldn’t be and even though I feel different, the world around me is still the same and it seems to be all a… Continue reading

Ask Dr. Leopold

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The KFC Doubledown: A Review You Didn’t Need To See

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When it comes to innovation, everyone wants a piece of the pie. We as humans can’t help but to succumb to our needless drive to improve things that aren’t broken or flawed. For… Continue reading

Eighth Grade Was Wunderbar

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IF YOU LIKE THIS POST, VISIT   www.scottymwatson.com TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR Rammstein takes me back. Back to eighth grade. I’d realized something the summer after my 7th grade year I was riding… Continue reading

The Writing on My Wall: Bed-Stuy Edition

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The not so recent past offers up a sober vision of love while the antiquity that captured our minds sits idly by, yet the obscured forms of the past open up into a… Continue reading

The Rise of the Pod People

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Once again, classic science fiction from the linear past has predicted predicaments of our current present, but the depravity and dehumanization were too terrible for previous generations to wrap their minds around the… Continue reading