...that ring of fire burns.
...like a social distortion.
...don't be such an ayyy.
...square up and shout.
...sense of some deja vu.
...the crown of our family.
.love it soggy and soft.
.easy fairway with huge mounds on either side.
.the bounces to the middle.
.a high fade.
.under the wind, below the tree line.
.sipping drinks with ice.
.stiffed it good once again.
.had some juice on that shot.
.the sand blast.
.the long lagging leave.
.a tap in.
.another raffle win.
.playing it safe.
.imagination of my mind can imagine.
.carefully set up.
.exclusive and perpetual.
"The McKenzie Method" by jpg
...remembering the red mud days, alternately thinking of relevant details and noticing an incident in my lower spine. Nothing the McKenzie Method can't cure. The curve must be regained, the bubble needs to be deflated, been tricked into a golf game, gotta swing loose and true...what does 'fore' even mean?
"Stevie The Grit" by jpg
...grits are delicious, with butter and pepper. All americans will rediscover. Stevie The Grit, fighting off threats in each round, minding his game, bringing his heat, keeping his cool. Overcoming tricked up shots, an uptight brat, and a true brazilian mudder. The emerging cramps of the final couple of games furiously rubbed out on a changeover by an Asian wizard. Perhaps the most incredible massage ever caught on television. This allowed Stevie The Grit a chance to win the title. And he did. His serve, groovy forehand, and improved mindset the reasons. Thomaz Bellucci's inexplicable weak backhand into the net while The Grit was unable to even take a step, allowing the 3rd set tiebreaker, also contributed to the outcome. The Brazilian's surprising Romoesqe moment...
"The River Oaks Area Aside" by jpg
...the grip of Houston's perpetual traffic extends north almost to the eloquent and impressive Sam Houston statue in Huntsville. Surely he would be in distress over the condition of the city that bears his name, especially if he inspected it from a convertible. The River Oaks area aside, the city planner types should call a meeting. They should all fire each other for crimes against logic, vision, and project management...
"Ample Samples" by jpg
...Fairfield, Texas. The Cooper conglomerate of food excellence should be supported coming and going. Ample samples, friendly folks, clean. Good...
"Coach Glances" by jpg
By the semis, the practice boy grab asses are gone, the showouts and gritless. The ones that respectfully hate their opponents are left. As a player, while playing especially, it is a trap to root for others. Bellucci acknowledged no one as he arrived to practice for his quarterfinal match. Donaldson was hopping on his feet and staying positive after his tough 3 set loss to qualifier Maximo Gonzalez a day ealier. He should learn from Thomaz Bellucci on how to act. He don't care about up and comers and he dont care about old and tough. Bellucci won his quaterfinal match, taking out Querrey. Also, coach glances and reactions of any kind should be selected carefully.
"Avoid" by jpg
Brookstreet bbq. D minus. Cold pork. Horrible sides. Avoid...
"TV Jones classic" by OneFineGringo
I would like to welcome the newest who-ah to my who-ah house.
My friend Spencer made it. He's good at stuff. Ive been hassling him to sell it to me and he finally needed the money bad enough. I pick it up next Friday.
Details if interested:
*Neck- maple with rosewood slab fret board made by Warmoth.
*Body- ash thinline from allparts. Roth metal flake in clear nitro.
*Fender bridge with Glendale cold rolled steel saddles.
*Glendale grip-o-matic knobs
*cts pots CRL 3 way and switchcraft jack.
He wound the pickups. He made the bridge from scratch. It's a hot tele bridge and neck is a TV Jones classic that he also re-wound to work better in a tele neck position.
"So Smoky" by Matt
This is the best homemade ramen I've ever had! So smoky
"All maybe, maybe" by jpg
Don't touch the breakables! Finish your swing. Half step forward, momentum is a mother. Spotts Park revelations and curves. Internal simmering and demeanor control. Losing ain't fun, but you're still playing tennis. All in. Rain or not. All out, the only rational way...All maybe, maybe. No snorting! Damn important. Growl.
The important people will sort it out.
Let the free spirits bounce and wail.
Hundreds of hours spent chattering.
Just as the horns sound.
By the light of the moon.
Thinking nothing at all.
Only time knows.
"My Go-Along Instinct" by jpg
...consultations with former local houston insider...scribbled choice spots for Wed night reflections...market square...hearsay, a dinner place...okra, with some unique community partnership...bad news bar, sounds like bad news...warrens, the nightcap spot...confession: never understood what nightcap meant...last beer? Final pour of wine? Last shot of Jack? Regardless, good to have some insight from a bonafide Houstonian...he seems a fine fellow, former bartender, current trading specialist...however, my go-along instinct is strong...with planning talent like TTop, the general insistence of CB, and the creativity of the ghost prince, my mind is doorless...
"Fog" by CB
Mile Marker 210 hitchhiker wearing a hospital gown. Don't pick him up.
Fog in Angus, TX.
"Drop" by TTop
Always drop a drop.
"Emotional Variance" by jpg
...the tradgedy of jared donaldson, so sure of his potential, unbelieving of mistakes, too much emotional variance...the loud encouragement seems out of place...looking to te stands, the coaching know it alls. The argentine max gonzalez never looked to the stands...only swatted his shoes free of mud, kept his cool. A drop killer...
"Tilted and Torn" by jpg
...this tennis giant, fresh from the mosh pit...an entire generation apart, a two decade head start...but the decline has begun for the elders, life's undeniable truth...the brain's the equilizer, but only for a time...the clay seems darker on the screen, burnt orange...memories of a pearl white pool table with similar colored felt...tilted and torn...genuine draft neon sign, miller's desperate brew...two of three favors the old, three of five favors the young...
"Gritless" by jpg
...the old sturdy german proved too cool, the lanky american dragging his feet and giving up on shots by the end, content with a split set loss...haas, a former u.s. clay court champion, has seen his kind come and go...bend your knees man! that's what its gonna take...tommy haas will never be too old to beat reilly olpelka...like many other promising yanks of late...gritless...
"Elbow Fatalities" by jpg
...working on improving my game...moving, mental torture avoidance, the elbow realities of an aging player--elbow fatalities rather...yes, only spectating, for now...delusional, perhaps....will be checking in brothers and sisters, from the edge of the gulf of mexico, reporting from the red mud of houston...
...in the aftermath of the storm, when relief was mixed with loss, after the sky's anger had gone, it was still noisey. but peaceful sounds, not the crashing, thumping taunting of the pitch black clouds. like dark itself, bumming everyone around...
...take the road near the park line, on over to the narrow bridge, the one that goes over wilson creek. look out for snakes always and be watchful of others and everything. observation is the key to learning, curiously paying attention and making notes...
...theories about conspiracies and more and more histories, cashing the checks of innocent sins. dealing in the arts with the art of the deal, nothing to gain but the deal in my head. float the boat gently over the water, the ripples will dance...