Everything is wrong with me
Friday, April 22, 2005
 
press
"hungover posts about women's body parts"? (scroll down...keep going...keep going...there you go)

After 700 pages, 300,000 words, and a greatest hits that has earned me such acclaim as:

- "This generation's Aldous Huxley." - Jason Mulgrew, January 12, 2005, to bar patrons at Iggy's Keltic Lounge

- "Like Charles Bukowski, but with bigger words and much smaller talent." - Jason Mulgrew, August 2, 2004, looking into mirror while on drugs

- "The greatest living American warrior-poet with full use of his legs." - Jason Mulgrew, now, specifically for this post

my entire work is encapsulate with "hungover posts about women's body parts"? I mean, wtf?

Thus begins my long and contentious relationship with the press. And least now I can adjust my bio to:
Jason Mulgrew, founder of everythingiswrongwithme.blogspot.com and www.jasonmulgrew.com, grew up in South Philadelphia. After earning his degree in history and drinking a shit-load of chocolate milk at Boston College, he moved to New York City to pursue this life-long dream: playing Raoul in the Broadway production of 'The Phantom of the Opera.' When that failed, he started writing on the web and is now a certified 'Internet Quasi-Celebrity.' His award-winning website has been featured in the NY Daily News and other famous newspapers and magazines and stuff.

Jason enjoys painting and stabbing people when they sleep and one day hopes to open a ranch to breed racist dogs. He has two children, Justice, 9, and Cody, 7. They don't care very much for their father, nor does he care for them.
So I guess not all is lost.

(Thanks to Autumn - in Canada, of all places - for facilitating this. Apparently, the NY Daily News is huge in Canada. Go figure.)



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