8 Jun 2014

Recent Occurrences

Recent Occurrences

  Nik Kovac, ailment Milwaukee’s east side alderman emerges out a lobby elevator in his usual blazer but a pair of swim trunks are peeking out of his pocket. He says he came to swim in the highest pool in town, “It defies physics to have a pool on the 23rd floor.” I learn you […]

5 Jun 2014

They Seem Very Busy

They Seem Very Busy

The woman does not want to be identified. The woman can make you an iced coffee. The woman frequently makes me an earl grey with a side of questions concerning Harry Potter.   She first read Harry Potter as a high school student back in her homeland, viagra the third major island of the Philippines’ […]

31 May 2014

25 Pedestrians of Milwaukee on a Friday at 4:30p.m.

25 Pedestrians of Milwaukee on a Friday at 4:30p.m.

On the twenty-third floor I go to the windows to learn about the pedestrians of Milwaukee. A man is just off work from a job where they blast air conditioning, sick see his long sleeves? This man is free now but carries the burden of his day and his backpack as he wonders what lies […]

30 May 2014

“The Painting” By Joe

“The Painting”  By Joe

Mr. Joe Charney, cialis Pfister lobby lounge frequent visitor, has already been written about by the two hotel narrators before me. And much of what he told me was also accurately described in those blog posts. But not everything! Here you will see why Mr. Charney needs a third story, my story. Since quality journalism […]

24 May 2014

Hey Historians Of The Future, READ THIS!!!

Hey Historians Of The Future, READ THIS!!!

I am at my typewriter when a woman comes up to me with a request for a love letter. The reason for her love letter being ordered: the two of them are apart while her partner goes on an extended trip to Boston, Winnipeg and Lake Forest to pursue the subjects of their interest, gender […]

18 May 2014

Breakfast

Breakfast

“Breakfast, pharmacy ” by: Léon Francois Comerre (born 1850, died 1916), Oil on canvas, 48” x 28” There is a woman who continually offers me breakfast as I type at my desk. She always hangs behind my chair, oblivious to my working status.  She is confident that I have just finished a long slumber and […]