I found this small, folded note lying on the floor under a table in the student center ballroom at the Rogers State University Student Center. Is musical aptitude really a banishable offense? Was it just the last in a long list of grievances? Who did the banishing? The ex-girlfriend? Her parents? I hope you still continued to play while in exile, Banished Guy.
After locker clean-out at school, I found a binder in the trash. In the clear display cover was inserted this drawing of Tyler. In the insert on the back was this sweet kitten picture, a valentine from a girl.
Found in a briefcase in an abandoned Chevrolet Dealership on the West Side of Cleveland. I’m guessing its from the early 70′s. I have no idea who this guy is but this is a definite finders-keepers situation.
I’m the sad clown who mops the stage after the shows at Turning Stone Casino and Resort, the Indian profit center of Central New York. Loretta Lynn wasn’t out after curtain with her Maglite looking for ground scores a couple nights ago, so I got to keep this find from downstage right. Other stagehands’ girlfriends got the wilted roses. The stars really don’t care, not the B-listers on the casino circuit, not anymore. Marlene was busy blowing out the candles on her birthday cake and didn’t hear Loretta say, “I dedicate this to Marlene,” right before singing “When the Tingle Becomes a Chill.”