Bernard Carson

(Former) Chief Tech, Business and Spirituality Editor for Blood Lust Digest. (Former) Head of the Sandwhich Station at the Black Dung Township Angelo's Italian Restaurant. Answerer of the 5th Unknown Question. Founder and 13th Level Grand Maxiform Valuator of Omnichon Superionics, which is not a cult. IT'S NOT A CULT

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  1. Matthew Langland
    August 28, 2016 @ 2:08 pm

    Thank you Mr. Carson for another internet posting but if you put out comics come on can you just do Spawn? sincerely

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    • Bernard Carson
      August 28, 2016 @ 2:09 pm

      Dear Mr. Langland, thank you very much for your insightful comment. I feel so extraordinary, something’s got a hold on me. I get this feeling I’m in motion – a sudden sense of liberty. I don’t care ’cause I’m not there, and I don’t care if I’m here tomorrow. Again and again I’ve taken too much of the things that cost you too much.

      Rag Doll livin’ in a movie. Hot tramp Daddy’s little cutie. You’re so fine they’ll never see ya leavin’ by the back door, mam. Hot time get it while it’s easy. Don’t mind come on up and see me. Rag Doll baby won’t you do me like you done before.

      When I was a very small boy, very small boys talked to me. Now that we’ve grown up together, they’re afraid of what they see. That’s the price that we all pay and the value of destiny comes to nothing. I can’t tell you where we’re going; I guess there was just no way of knowing.

      I’m feelin’ like a bad boy, mm just a like a bad boy. I’m rippin’ up a Rag Doll. Like throwin’ away an old toy. Some babe’s talkin’ real loud. Talkin’ all about the new crowd. Try and tell me of an old dream, a new version of the old scene. Speak easy on the grape vine, keep shufflin’ in a shoe shine. Old tin lizzy do it till you’re dizzy. Give it all ya got until you’re put out of your misery!

      I used to think that the day would never come. I’d see delight in the shade of the morning sun. My morning sun is the drug that brings me near. To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear. I used to think that the day would never come that my life would depend on the morning sun.

      Yes I’m movin’, yes I’m movin’… Get ready for the big time. Tap dancing on a land mine. Yes I’m movin’. Yes I’m movin’. Old tin lizzy do it till you’re dizzy, give it all ya got until you’re put out of your misery!

      My morning sun is the drug that brings me near. To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear. I used to think that the day would never come that my life would depend on the morning sun.

      Rag Doll livin’ in a movie. Hot tramp Daddy’s little cutie. You’re so fine they’ll never see ya leavin’ by the back door, mam. Hot time get it while it’s easy. Don’t mind come on up and see me. Rag Doll baby won’t you do me like you done before.

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  2. Matthew Langland
    August 28, 2016 @ 2:10 pm

    Oh Ok never mind

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