My Own Private Hell…


May 13, 2021 by sandwichcontrol


The word of the day is: Goggle.

[ gog-uhl ]
large spectacles equipped with special lenses, protective rims, etc., to prevent injury to the eyes from strong wind, flying objects, blinding light, etc.
spectacles designed for a special purpose, as night-vision or stereoscopic goggles.
Informal. glasses, or eyeglasses:
I can’t see a thing without my goggles.
a bulging or wide-open look of the eyes; stare.
verb (used without object), gog·gled, gog·gling.
to stare with bulging or wide-open eyes.
(of the eyes) to bulge and be wide open in a stare.
to roll the eyes.
verb (used with object), gog·gled, gog·gling.
to roll (the eyes).

I’m making some progress in the Hellboy universe reading list.

And by “some progress” I mean I finished the first volume of the BPRD: Plague of Frogs story arc.

And have started the second.

At this point I kinda feel like I should’ve read the first four library editions of Hellboy again.

Just as a refresher.

But too late now.

We are in it and we’re moving forward.

Yesterday was a day where everything was weird.

I had to buy a bluetooth grill for a client.

Who knew that was even a thing?

A couple of my buddies and I had the idea to become private investigators slash bounty hunters in order to start a television show on Vice.

The premise being that there’s a butler (me), a pilot, and a cowboy all working together and travelling the country to catch bad guys and solve mysteries.

How fucking insane/genius does that sound?!

I’d watch that shit.

And I don’t even have time to watch television.

I mean I guess I could watch stuff if I sacrificed my reading time.

But fuck that.

If the rest of my week has been any indicator of how today is going to go, there won’t be enough coffee to get me through it all.

Send hugs.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


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