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December 11, 2006

Lyle is worried about sugar in boogers and angry I haven’t written. Folks, it’s season time. The special season. A magical time of the year with special seasoning. I’m busy, my camera broke, my cell phone was thrown to the floor in a final fit of rage against the machine and Sean Macdonald and I fried my truck’s alternator jump starting it friday night. I’m having an expensive week.

More importantly, and more demanding of my time, is the new dildo washing service I’m trying to start up. You know how sex crazed these gay lesbian bi transgendered San Franciscans are, don’t you? Have you ever been here? They give out condoms at church in this city. They pass around two offering plates, one you put money in, the other you take a condom out.

My business acumen stresses recognizing unmet needs specific to a given community. San Francisco? Dildo washing. The first commercial venture specializing in sterilizing the many types of plastic involved in sex toy construction. I’ve been at industrial supply warehouses asking a lot of questions and it looks like the Hobart food service company sells a superior product. Temperatures up to 250 degrees, easy lift doors, and capacity to handle gay pride parade numbers. Check this beauty out!


  1. now that’s a steamer. mine ought to fit in there.

    Comment by bing binger — December 12, 2006 @ 3:18 pm

  2. I bet you your customers would pay double to watch you lick their instruments clean, and you would considerably lower your overhead.

    Comment by Lyle_S — December 12, 2006 @ 9:02 pm

  3. Lyle, as gross as that sounds, you’re probably right.

    Comment by jon — December 13, 2006 @ 1:48 pm

  4. Why do you keep having problems with the camera? They are not meant to be washed in the Hobart 2000.

    Comment by Jason — December 15, 2006 @ 4:37 am

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