I wanted to escape the harsh realities for a while. A library is a place to find refuge. Radio provides great training to go back into the strange, real world.
Brewington’s library recognizes natives. But I wasn’t in the book club. Brutally, Ottis O’Toole became Daniel Blowden with raw performances in the old Burlington and Richmond Hill libraries. Doggedly, fiercely, Daniel never gave up. He was lucky enough to perform at a radio gala in Richmond Hill. Fans Lugvulture, the Sandman and the night clerks showed up to watch. Jerry Read and others listened and read awesome one-liners on their laptops. It almost went on forever. No one could get near bro. No one really knew the hours of service he gave back to the radio community. I wasn’t a fan of Ottis, but when bro played Daniel, it was phenomenal. Bro was relentless, fearless. He was tough-as-nails. Daniel didn’t tip-toe through the tulips with his pipe.
The Lionheart empire didn’t want war. They only wanted to take over cities, villages, homes, libraries, victims like Ottis O’Toole. The WRICH radio frequency now reaches as far as Brewington in Canada’s own true, north, strong, and free. Bad Canadian airwaves floated over the rest of the world’s “good” air. It wasn’t fair, but Lionheart Leaks got the story straight. This magazine is almost like an epic e-zine comic book.
I stand up, walk over to the shelf. There are so many books. Why are these long legs sticking out?