Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Larry Keiler: The Unauthorized Autobiography

Some of you, adventurous ones who have clicked on the cufflink, may know that I have this other blog -- my unauthorized autobiography. But I really haven't done much with it. I'm going to make it a little more active by posting previously written portions of the autobiography. Let's say one section per week. Perhaps this will spur me to add to what's already been done.

My apologies to those who have read these sections before. But then again, it's been so long, it will all seem new again anyway. For those of you who haven't read this stuff before, or noticed Larry Keiler: The Unauthorized Autobiography, here's a short teaser. (As always, comments are invited.)

Everything I’m going to tell you is the truth. Except for what I just said.

Don’t let that put you off, though. People read lies every day. They build their lives around them, act on them, make a living with them, carry them to the grave. I like to carry mine in my back pocket, next to the credit card (a lie about how much I’m worth) and the birth certificate (a lie about my true identity).

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