Boston Holy Frick by Steve Roggenbuck
state healthcare plan. Right from the get-go is Gustavo Rivera. Punk rock is a
big part of the poem. Life can be punk rock. Few live life in a punk rock
Marshall rocks out next, sans punk rock. These are erotic poems. PG-13 is a
good sign of what is up, but these can transform into NC-17 material. One
person in the chat states ‘this would be better if he was naked’. Most of his
poems are big into breasts and stuff. A few of these lines are former,
unsuccessful pickup lines. Poetry is just a series of unsuccessful pickup
lines. Yet another in the chat states ‘this guy is getting laid tonight’.
Thimo introduces himself in his first ever public appearance. Everybody is
going wild for Theo’s tender good looks. Since he came out on Buttercup’s press
he’s been blowing up on the East Coast. Poor Theo mugs people. After somebody
gives him their wallet he stabs him because he is bad. Never mess with Theo.
Avoid ever giving him money. Someone in the crowd says ‘punk rock’. Punk rock
is still alive in Boston apparently. Multiple times Theo asks for confirmation
from the audience. Obviously the funniest part is Theo’s twitter handle. What
he does is read all the tweets he tweeted at Spencer Madsen. Theo tweeted over
300 tweets at Spencer. Spencer never tweeted back. In the chat the crowd went
wild. Sarah and Lucy love Theo.
reads an intense poem. It is the heavy breathing of poetry.
dude in a fox mask plays noise. Does anybody know how long? The Spreecast might
say the amount of time three hours or six hours but really it could have been
eternity. For the audience held candles remaining vigilant against the harsh
nasty wall of noise. Clad in darkness the satanic noisy being kept on playing
distortion. One particularly witty chatroom member asked ‘Is that applause or
noise’? Sadly the fox mask wearing bro (named Bill) did not pay attention to
the chat but rather did whatever noise heads do. Yeah Roggenbuck runs around
screaming a lot but it is hard to compete with a fox/man hybrid who writes
relatives. Family is where the blog is. People move all the time. URLs are
forever. She reads ‘letter to my therapist’. What her letter states is she
needs a cat. Cough drops are not candy. Poor doctor gets slammed by Hilary.
After crushing her therapist’s spirit she talks about the weirdness of pop
songs. A person calls her out on eating the M&Ms of the trail mix. How she
responds is with a dignified ‘Fuck you’ because she is classy. One person
Hilary used to know tells her a story of love-making. Halfway through the
loving making they ask for a filthy thing after which he says ‘Okay’. The quote
itself is perfect, beautiful, life-changing, and requires at least a tissue.
it Steve Roggenbuck gets up on stage and rips it apart with his teeth. Harvard
was unable to house him. Academia is not ready for Steve Roggenbuck. Give
academia another couple of decades, they’ll get there. Buffalo reading remains
the worst reading Steve has ever done. Meanwhile people in Boston dig Steve’s
work. Here they say things like ‘truly’ chanting after him. Omegle chat loves
Steve Roggenbuck’s online presence. Much of the audience feels indifferent
towards Justin Bieber.
him for hating Justin Bieber he gets space for new friend. Friends are lining
up outside just to friend Steve. Life on the internet without Steve Roggenbuck
is a joyless life indeed. Drawings in Steve’s notebooks got him in trouble in
the 9th grade. This is a rare glimpse into Steve’s tough childhood,
a life of teachers who hate metal. Matt Romney and Rob Paul are the future
leaders of America. Check out their twitter handles. Imagine a world run by
Matt Romney and Rob Paul. It can be a reality but people need to vote to make
it happen. After this Steve decides to sell off his clothing, right down the
shirt on his back. Jack Gooding unfortunately missed this opportunity to pay
Steve Roggenbuck to ‘take off his shirt’.
Spreecast ends, with a potentially half-nude Roggenbuck in a cellar with noise
heads, as Satan intended.