I am the people
Chad’s been teaching in Brooklyn the past few months at Kings Williamsburg – great bunch of folks so if you’re in the area, you should definitely give them a go.
Pez gave the boy and me a lift there twice this week; I needed to go because it’s Chad’s last week there teaching so he can focus on getting his own gym up so that means at least a month-to-two-months of not rolling.
The fella sitting behind Chad giving the bunny ears in the main picture above is my buddy Robinson and he’s taking over the BJJ program at Williamsburg.
My son was super cute because he kept asking everyone where Mouse was.
Him: Did you see her?
Curt: Don’t worry, buddy, she’ll come.
I’ve been helping Chad with things in his gym when I can. And it’s interesting because you can see there’s a clear difference between how the wealthy look at the world and how people like me look at it.
Heiress: You’re there doing manual labor? Don’t you have people for that?
Me: Lady, I am the people.
There’s a saying called, “Chasing the Dragon,” which has multiple drug-related meanings but the one I find the most interesting is this one: The very first time someone tries a new drug, it produces this amazeballs high that they’ve never felt before.
Addicts then spend the rest of their lives trying to feel that insanely good first hit: They chase the dragon.
Now, I’ve never done any hard drugs in my life but I have been in love before and it’s the most indescribable and intoxicating feeling when it’s real.
And when it’s gone, man, the crash is something else.
Causea that, I feel that these adventures I’ve been having lately is just me chasing the dragon. I can’t shake the feeling that something-a-lot-like-love and just killing time – but not love itself- is in my cards.
The question is if it’s even worth the bother. Like I said, I’m le tired.
Having said that, at least I’m being entertained and some people are more entertaining than others.
After all, if you can’t have love, you might as well be entertained, yeah?
Her: I have my Hermes bike for [recreation].
Me: You have a bike…from Hermes? They make bikes?
Me: That’s wild.
Her: LOL. It’s at the beach house. If you weren’t always so busy and have the kid and took some time off you would see it!