Tuesday, 10 April 2018

“On What Is True,” part 1

It is true that the man jumped on the block then built a house then his wife dies then he buys a convertible then he runs over a frog then he stops his car, gets out, takes the dead frog, buries it in the desert sand then gets back into his car, turns on the radio and hears “To My Friend” by Leslie West and is shocked that someone else knows this song and wanted to play it, because it was important to him, then the jockey explains at the end of the song that his wife died and he needed to hear that song, then the man stopped his car, got out, and dug a hole in the ground, then said a silent, wordless prayer, and buried nothing. It is true.

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