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His name was Ole. He was from Minnesota. And he needed a loan. So, he walked into a bank in New Yo...
Posted on 2016-07-22 by Matthew Homola
Ill find you in the morning After dreams of distant signs You pour yourself over me Like the sun ...
Posted on 2016-07-21 by Matthew Homola
On this day 240 years ago, New England's most famous independent wholesaler, John Hancock, and Congr...
Posted on 2016-07-04 by Duane Foley
All the stories have been told Of kings and days of old, But theres no England now. All the wars ...
Posted on 2016-06-18 by Matthew Homola
Sometimes I read stuff and think, this has to be satire. Over the past few years, I can’t believ...
Posted on 2016-06-18 by Matthew Homola
I took a pill in Ibiza To show Avicii I was cool And when I finally got sober, felt 10 years older...
Posted on 2016-06-05 by Matthew Homola
He couldve tuned in tuned in But he tuned out A bad time nothing could save him Alone in a corrid...
Posted on 2016-06-04 by Matthew Homola
Where were you when I was burned and broken While the days slipped by from my window watching And ...
Posted on 2016-05-26 by Matthew Homola
Since you turned the tables on me Ive been steady and learnin lonely Keepin this turntable spinnin...
Posted on 2016-05-22 by Matthew Homola
How in the world did we get into this ridiculous discussion about gender orientation in America with...
Posted on 2016-05-15 by Matthew Homola
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