Monday, February 9, 2009

i have seen 6 and one half drug deals go down from my apartment windows today.



but the day is not over yet, is it?...

i didn't actually see the "1/2". i was told about that one by a neighbor after i mentioned the traffic. (and i only mentioned it in passing...)

6 comments:

Lily said...

Crikey. I hope you're hiding behind the curtains so the dealers don't spot you spying on them!

cornbread hell said...

a. crikey is a funny word. i likey it!

b. i'm not spying. i see what i see from this chair when i am in front of this computer. i am as visible to them as they are to me. sometimes they look up and we exchange shooting fingers. it is not my job to try to bust them. it is not their job to give a shit what i think.

c. i know all my neighbors/some of whom are doing the deals. it's a safe neighborhood/i'm just the old guy who walks around and tells them i think they are fucking up. i like them anyway/they respect me anyway.

d. you are naive to think i have curtains. they would block my view. of sunsets and full moons and drug deals and the leaves of trees.

e. i am not worried. the view is good.

maxb said...

Hey- If this is how I must communicate with you so be it. I've not been able to make contact any other way. I made a blog, but so far prefer email or text msg How about it?

Annie said...

Most of my windows have no curtains either. I like watching the sun rise from my bed. And the occasional deer, wild turkey, or wandering cow. Speaking of full moons, tonight's is gorgeous.

Lily said...

Well that's me telt, Corny. No wandering cows round here Annie, unless you count the woman two doors down.

cornbread hell said...

annie - i did see it. last night it rose dead center at the end of my street and i stood in the street and watched it rise. magnificent!

lily - ok, we both speak-a-de-english, but crikey, woman!...

"that's me telt"
i had to google it. not absolutely sure i know what it means, but i get the drift, and i'm still gonna mark it down as something new i learned today. (keep those wonderful wacky words and phrases a-comin'.)