The happiest boy in the world

July 6, 2011


There’s a program on television talking about the musical life in Toronto during the 60s and 70s. Mostly about Yorkville (Toronto’s Grenich Village) and Yonge St. I remember those days. In fact me and my friends used to cruise in that area on weekends. I can still remember going to coffee houses and buying hot lemonade and listening to Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee. Man those guys were old. Younger than me now.

This weekend Kate and Will are here from England. Roaming around the country. Shaking hands. And making small talk. I feel sorry for them. They have to pretend for months on end. And all these earnest and sincere people making goo goo eyes at them. What a useless life. If there is a  day of judgement can you imagine. God asks you what you did with your life. And you answer, I shook hands. I think He’ll throw His hands up in despair.

So these pieces were done a while ago. They’re on a sight called iAMaGallery

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