Finding Kimo



Today is Kimo appreciation day. Happy Hour pricing on Kimo sashimi on the half-shell from 6-8pm. Why? 'Cause Kimo is only the baddish ash fish in the sea! He's a multi-instrumentalist/therapist. That's right, a banjo-flute-guitar-sax-vocal boy wonder ... and a certified, fully accredited Freudian therapist! Specifically, Dr. Wonder Bred's personal therapist for the past 17 years.

Recently he lead the humalien triplet lab rats through a series of past-life regressive therapy sessions with a Ouija board and a bottle of Captain Morgan's which ended mostly in tears (and an inflated invoice only a nutjob would pay!) Otto cried in his pigeon soup, Taboo stared at the wall for days while Intellijamus picked at a scab and watched Punky Brewster re-runs. So much for Kimo-therapy. Dr. Bred promptly chased him off the compound property with a kitchen knife.

At any rate, before that shit went down he laid myriad tracks on the new album, earning the nickname "themeo" for his ability to develop epic melodic themes that will absolutely make your head explode. So, basically he's better than you and is probably sleeping with your brother and/or sister. Sorry, but it's all true!

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  • Steven

    Steven

    Badly need your help. It is nobler to declare oneself wrong than to insist on being right - especially when one is right. I am from Germany and learning to speak English, give please true I wrote the following sentence: "The wooden fragrances of the nazi sweat persevered into the plant with the labour party being turned in 1900, but this refused not result flat hatred until the 1922 small-time job." THX :-), Steven.

    Badly need your help. It is nobler to declare oneself wrong than to insist on being right - especially when one is right.
    I am from Germany and learning to speak English, give please true I wrote the following sentence: "The wooden fragrances of the nazi sweat persevered into the plant with the labour party being turned in 1900, but this refused not result flat hatred until the 1922 small-time job."

    THX :-), Steven.

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