Jan the Lazyman

Message: 1
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 10:30:06 -0000
From: "janthelazyman2001" (janthelazyman@hotmail.com)
Subject: help

I'm melting who give me a beer.

Jan the Lazyman

Message: 2
Date: Wed, 04 Sep 2002 08:34:09 0000
From: "janthelazyman2001" (janthelazyman@hotmail.com)
Subject: I see myself in a mirror and see that grin

The nights are slow and the weather is okay. I got to my bed a dream about a lot of things. I woke up with everybody in my head. No sexual thing for now hahaha. I jump around in silence and kill the time with a bazooka that want to shoot the tank in middle. Computer games, silly walks, beer drinking madness, happy people, sad people, and best of all, lissen to the music.

I read the story about those historian guys Romus and Romulus and I thought maybe there is something new. I look out my window and don't see a new car. I look also in the kitchen and there it was a new box of Hertog Jan and that is beer. With a smile on my face I think again about my friend over the big water, but I think also what is to find the next hangover.

Next Friday I play for 60 Irish people because they saw us in the Paradiso with them Gourds. Guinness is good and that is what I believe. The lost of a pelican is the same as the loss of Jaws the movie. Shark in the bathtub and a frog in my lungs. The sound of a cool macho hanging around the house. Girls shout like wild animal under the window, but it is not for me. A local soap star walked around and I look to him and I have a big laugh. The poor guy was looking afraid and I was the winner.

I remember the voice of Ronnie James Dio who was singing in Rainbow "Kill the King." Now I'm older and got into the world of gray hair I search for that song. Old memories are always coming back when you hit the road of live. It's time to do some serious things today, but I'm afraid I have to wait till tomorrow.

Jan the Lazyman

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