by Frank Oreto
It was nine p.m. when Jesus Christ tried to get into Drake’s Bar and Grill with no ID. Jimmy stood up from wrestling a new keg of Yuengling into position. He spotted Jesus and had to smile. In his 30 years of owning Drake’s, Jimmy had seen the local frat kids do a lot of laughable things, but they weren’t usually intentional, and more rarely still – were they clever. This, he had to admit, was both.
Christ’s apostles, all of whom seemed to be members of Phi Delta Theta, were arguing with Big Pete at the door. Pete, towering a good six inches over the largest Phi Delt , was calmly shaking his head.
Jimmy came from behind the bar and worked his way through the Saturday night Carson Street crowd until he was within talking distance of Pete, and Christ’s entourage.
About the Author
From his website:
I was born in a small rural town in Tennessee. My life was uneventful. Until, on a fateful school trip at the tender age of seven, I became lost in the local Library. This was a more serious problem then it might at first seem. Due to an error in paperwork, the congressional appropriations meant for a large nuclear testing facility in Nevada were instead earmarked to be spent on the construction of the Charles McCloud Memorial Library in Pikeville Tennessee. The fine leaders of Pikeville were not the type to look a government gift horse in the mouth and so they quietly went about spending hundreds of millions of dollars on our public library. (more…)
About the Narrator
David Moore is an American role-player, podcaster, and all around good guy. He hosts The Game Master Show and organized the Firefly RPG After Serenity.