The Red, White and Blue Reality

The Red, White and Blue Reality

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
April 12, 2013
Filed under Larry Life

Back when I joined the Air Force in 1985 (which is amazing because I’m only 25…really!), the world was a much more stable place. By that I mean, the United States was not involved in all the police actions that have become an obligation forced upon us or taken on unsolicited. For me, the threat... Read more »

Sexuality Should Not Define Us

Sexuality Should Not Define Us

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
March 24, 2013
Filed under Larry Life

I never believed that your sexuality was something  that needed to be worn as an identification badge. But on the other hand, humans are sexual beings inexplicably wired to little impulses and drives to connect with each other. How all of this manifests itself to our consciousness is way beyond my... Read more »

Kenny Says Know When to Hold, Know When to Fold

Kenny Says Know When to Hold, Know When to Fold

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
March 15, 2013
Filed under Larry Life

So your boyfriend, girlfriend, significant other or cousin (in certain “exclusive” circles) is acting a bit emotionally distant. They seem to not be there mentally when the two or three of you (see previous sentence) are hanging out doing the things that lovers do. That sparkle that was in their... Read more »

Creatures

Creatures

Larry Curtis Jr, Managing Editor
February 12, 2013
Filed under Larry Life

Creeping through the woods of our lives is a despicable and crafty creature. We unwittingly feed it the nourishment of our trusting bosom with the belief that it will defend our honor, have our back, and be a pillar of support through the darkest and most challenging times of our lives. We trust... Read more »

Sex, Love and 2013

Sex, Love and 2013

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
January 18, 2013
Filed under Larry Life

I stopped making New Year’s resolutions for a number of years now. I guess the point of making them was to be able to wash away the sins of the year that just passed. To make right on some things in your life that you have come to the conclusion are detrimental to your existence. You make new goals... Read more »

Yes Virginia, It’s called Perception

Yes Virginia, It’s called Perception

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
December 13, 2012
Filed under Larry Life

I would not consider myself a conservative man. Not with my tattoos, piercings, pro-choice opinion, support of any human having the right to marry, and unwavering stance that everyone has the right to freedom of speech. You would think that I have the makings of being a super liberal. You would be... Read more »

Controversial Flyer Makes Me Realize I See Colors

Controversial Flyer Makes Me Realize I See Colors

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
December 4, 2012
Filed under Larry Life

There is a controversy brewing at Mercy College regarding KKK recruitment posters found at one of the contracted hotels that students reside in. Whether or not this proves to be a hoax and to what degree is yet to be determined. I wait with great interest regarding how this will play out and like a lot... Read more »

A Turkey Day To Remember

A Turkey Day To Remember

Larry J. Curtis Jr, Managing Editor
November 23, 2012
Filed under Larry Life

11:45 a.m. Thanksgiving 2012. I already had eaten a caramel bar, a pumpkin spice doughnut, a glazed doughnut, a piece of left over turkey from a holiday feast my right hand man Pauly went to last night, and a bowl of cereal. And no bran crap either, this was the good stuff. Sugar filled, tooth rotting... Read more »

Seeding The Vote

Seeding The Vote

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
November 15, 2012
Filed under Larry Life

It is now coming up on two weeks since the big election of 2012. I don’t consider myself anything even close to being a political activist, but I do stay politically aware and usually have an opinion. However, we all know the saying regarding opinions and rectums. But this is not about the gluteus... Read more »

Hurricane Sandy, Hybrid Storm…Whatever…

Hurricane Sandy, Hybrid Storm…Whatever…

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor
October 30, 2012
Filed under Larry Life

Hurricane Sandy and her child, hybrid storm, have now passed through my suburban New York area. As I write this, local bridges and the bulk of the NYC metropolitan public transportation systems are still shut down. I fared pretty well because I still have power in my apartment and it remained that way... Read more »