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 covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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