Stories from the Beat

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Wordclay, 2008 - Humor - 168 pages
What happens when a small-town businessman puts down his briefcase and calculator and picks up a gun and a badge to fight crime in one of the roughest areas of the Southwest? Chaos, donuts, and a hell of a lot of good stories... From naked and insane Ugandan giants to butter knives sticking out of crazy people's arms to unimaginable and shocking human behavior while completely smashed on crack cocaine and beer, "Occifer" Richard Smallwood takes you with him on an action-packed, sarcastic journey through the rough and wild streets of South Phoenix. So, buckle up, check your equipment, and hold on---you're in for a wild ride...
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Who in the Hell Smashed the Doritos?
15
Have You Seen Roger Rabbit?
28
The Crack Made Me Do It
42
A Bottle of Tequila and a NASCAR Attitude
57
Weve Got a Runner
59
Creating a Scene
72
Arent Old Farts Supposed to Be Nice?
85
Michael this is KITT Weve Achieved Ramming Speed
99
I Dont Remember This Kind of Shit on Hee Haw
112
Anybody Got Any Spare Change?
115
Caprice Classic Working OT
128
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Smallwood is a contemporary gospel recording artist.

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