Sidewalk Chalk 9/29/2019 - Belated Blue & Whites

Sidewalk Chalk II

Sidewalk Chalk

Volume II: Belated Blues & Whites

So... I've got some explaining to do.

          This posting of Sidewalk Chalk is, unfortunately, a week later than promised. On top of that, the music column that I promised last time around is nowhere to be found. What gives?

        Well, Life gives. And sometimes, it gives too damn much. That, and I misunderstood the requirements for my writing, leading me to believe that I had to run two different blogs, rather than posting a minimum of two blog posts a month, but... Whatever. Let's go with that first excuse, so I can pretend like none of this is my fault at all!

Regardless though, I owe you all an apology. Sorry for the trouble!

That being said... Let's take things from the top, shall we. AHEM, A-One-And-A-Two, aaaaand-

Sidewalk Chalk... Again!?

Volume II.V: Get it? From The Top? 

          Hehehehehehe... Perfect.

          So, what have I been up to over the past week? I've been scheming my plan for domination, of course! What else would I be doing??? You fool. You absolute simpleton.

My current plan is as follows:

  1. Graduate Community College.
  2. Leave.
  3. ??? 
  4. Rule World.    

I'm still working out the kinks, but I'm feeling pretty good about it so far.

          In other news, I recently gave a speech to the BRAINLESS, unclean masses at an event called Blue & White Starry Night. It was hosted in the Auxiliary gym at Winfield High School, and was a ton of fun. When my speech was over, it was obvious the audience was floored; They erupted into a wave of noise! Granted, most of it was a collective sigh as my hour-long speechifying antics were put to an end, but an old lady said I reminded her of Elvis Presley! I... I choose to take this as a compliment.

          In the coming weeks I (And I suppose people who AREN'T me, who are of course inherently less important, by the way) will be facing a great suffering: A time known as midterms will be upon us. In these trying times, it is up to all of us to maintain our sanity. It'll be hard - nay, nearly impossible - But it must be done... And that's why you should come back and read Sidewalk Chalk III -written by the sanest man on Earth* - next week!

Seeya then~

Garrett D. Gibson

*The sanest man on Earth is me**.

**As proven by experts. And scientists. Scientific experts.

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