I’m Used To Keeping The People In My Life In Separate Compartments

I’ve never been one who wants to bring most of his friends together. I have friends in Orthodox Judaism. I have friends who are secular writers. I have exes. I have squeezes. I have dolls. I have playmates. I have pets. I have honeys. I have stars.

Now they’re all coming together in my chat room — the conflicting worlds of Torah and Onan. Perhaps I’ll bring them together into a kabbalistic synthesis that makes me a lot of money.

Or not.

ChaimAmalek:  Emma, if Luke proves to be too hard a nut to crack, will you try conversion to Judaism?
ChaimAmalek:  Think of all the OTHER jewish men out there conversion would enable you to appeal to.
CarlNKarcher:  Luke, who’s singin?
Emma:  def leppard!
ChaimAmalek:  I used to sing, youknow.
Emma:  All them years ago
ChaimAmalek:  I was a backup singer for The Stooges and New York Dolls
YourMoralLeader:  Normally I have the people in my life in separate compartments. In here, they all come together.
YourMoralLeader:  It’s teaching me to be a more integrated person. Stressful but good.
Emma:  It’s like one big ball of fury
YourMoralLeader:  yes
Emma:  A funny big ball of fury though
Emma:  You are the queen bee Luke
ChaimAmalek:  Who here is from the world of Torah?  Who here is from the world of Onan?
YourMoralLeader:  Both
ChaimAmalek:  So you currently are in the world of Onan?
YourMoralLeader:  no
ChaimAmalek:  Do you have visitors from the world of Onan?
CarlNKarcher:  How come no one names their kid Onan?’
CarlNKarcher:  I’m sure someone would get a rise out of it.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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