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As per the therapist and Jamie’s request, I have to start reviewing…things, to deal with my asocial and offensive behavior. They’re of the mind that focusing my energy on something constructive will curve my appetite for destruction (I still love you Frank, even after what happened in Liverpool). So, I thought I’d live vicariously.
Did you know they actually have a show out there based off of me and Jamie? The resemblance between us and the main characters is uncanny! 91 Days brings all three of my favorite things: Mayhem, Death and you guessed it, Destruction, cue John Coltrane.
I actually almost skipped it entirely, but being on house arrest for my little fiasco in Burbank, I figured I’d use it to fill in the time. Plus there was a guarantee that lives would be lost and hopes shattered so I figured I'd at least give it a shot. And oh am I so glad I did.
Almost as soon as the show starts, bullets are flying, weird men are jumping out of windows and contracts are being made with crossed Ts, but twisted fingers. Dian’s happy : )
The main character is so wonderfully dark and vicious. Being birds of a feather, each episode was an offering to my gluttonous cravings. Our hero, no that’s not right, OUR LEADER has something precious taken from him, so he sets out to repay his enemies in kind. During the years spent waiting for the opportunity, he becomes a master of infiltration and a pioneer in deceit. His poker face could bankrupt a whole nation.
The beauty of it all is you know what’s coming, but you have no idea how it’ll happen! You’re watching it and you're asking yourself, "how're they going to make this transition?" With murder and class my dear boy.
91 Days helped me find love in Avilio Bruno’s hate and you can too. I don’t usually offer tips or believe in the whole life planning thing, but if I was going to give you some words of advice: “go watch now".
- Dian Lords