Roald Dahl is one of my favorite Novelist of all time. To this day whenever I watch or read Roald Dah'ls revolting rhyme's or any of his books or DVD'S that were created I still can't help but laugh out loud, maybe it's the child in me. To this day this man inspires me to write.
Charlie McRoy has an obsession. He wants a genuine Red and White Sandblaster more than anything in the whole wide world. Tow problems prevent him from getting his wish. He's only 13 and he has no money. Life has a way of giving us what we truly want but at what cost?
Background Charlie Braxton McRoy finds himself in a most precarious situation. He can hardly move, since the weight of his feet has been plastered to a Castle floor by invisible forces, he has no way of controlling. A Genuine Red & White Sand Blaster, his one desire
This speaks for itself really. (Xkcd fans will likely get the reference.)
An article discussing the future of who should start at quarterback, while Ben Roethlisberger is out. Their are three main candidates, Dennis Dixon, Charlie Batch, and Bryon Leftwich.