(And it won’t let me edit on mobile, but no, Fletcher was not inspired by true events.)
I was probably around eleven when my mom bought me my first Weird NJ, so I guess that was the beginning of the end. Just be courteous and bring cameras, so if you do have run ins, you can prove you’re only there for pictures and whatnot.
I received a message thanking myself and the guys for the series and the work we’ve put into the series and whenever these kind words come my way, it always strikes me so. How often you hear and witness the internet as merely a cesspool of culture and hate, it’s always breathtaking to come across such a kind message.
"You’ve inspired me.
You all have changed lives.
You’ve saved a life.”
It’s incredible, any variation of the thought. You make it all worthwhile. HYBRIDs, you are loved. You are a part of an incredible network of support, love, and friendship. Never be a stranger. I love and proudly identify as such in our wonderful band of losers.
Almost teared up on the Great Movie Ride… I’m that guy.
You saw retro-nerd Valhalla while going down on a drunk girl. Cheers, Kevin.
Koval 2036 - legalize everything, chained in similarity to public intoxication laws (why can’t a grown adult inject bleached windshield-wiper fluid if he so pleases), Internet is a public good and utility, abolish the NSA, police officers wear a camera at all times and are charged as citizens when abusing their authority, basic income for all, tiered similarly to the current income tax code (or) make minimum wage an actual living wage (in favor of the former…), US Education set to a national level, theology taught as such (read: philosophy and culture), and free bagels on Wednesdays.