By James B. Wyler
Yes "the fucktard" returns rather quickly; however, it's not my fault. Put the responsibility on Commonpeople because what follows his fault. Let's be clear though beyotches. I know why you are here. If I told you tales of pushing Mason on his stomach and filling his ass with dick,
I'm sure all of you would be loving me with jealousy. So I understand the game. And when Mason closes this thing down, I'm off the radar back to my cosmos and straight bartender lust. However, before that happens I'm going to have some fun and Mr. Commonpeople had a great equation when he commented on my last post:
Porn + Education = Revolution!
So we are going to start a Wyler book club (WBC). Don't start sweating beyotches. If you don't want to do it, you don't have to. No one will be forced to read and there will be no testing. I'll throw out a book title and 4 weeks later ask people to talk about it. Real simple. And the shit is voluntary. Please don't make me repeat that. The only thing some of you might not like is I'll be making the book choices. Think Oprah, minus the the talk show, media power, and best friend named Gayle.
Okay. So let's get started. Our first Wyler book is Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian. You might have heard of McCarthy. The movie No Country for Old Men is based on his book. Warning: if you love rainbows, puppy dogs, and believe the world is a magical wonderful place, you are going to hate the book. McCarthy deals with dark themes (even though I tend to think at his heart he's an optimist).
Some may ask, why start with this. Why not some gay writer? Easy. Why do the obvious? We can read, and like, non gay shit. It's allowed. Also I hear Hollywood is going make the novel into a movie. You know what that means. Once the movie is out, no one minus us nerds will read the book anymore. Send all complaints to Commonpeople.
Okay, enough yapping from me. And because I'm that type of guy here is a Yale professor talking about the book. So head to your local independent bookstore or public library and let's get started. We'll talk about the novel the week-end of April 18.