• @paultbradley
    27 November, 2015

    I would not at all be disappointed if The Man in the High Castle was Rick Sanchez. #RickandMorty

  • @paultbradley
    24 November, 2015

    Has the TSA always been into Butt Stuff, or is that new this holiday season?

  • @paultbradley
    6 November, 2015

    "Grrrrl. I put the 'dope' in dopamine."

  • @paultbradley
    3 November, 2015

    Sorry Weezer, I don't want to have anything to do with men in their mid-40s still dressed like teenagers who ask me if I "wanna get high."

  • @paultbradley
    1 November, 2015

    One of you has lesser gams. Not saying who. https://t.co/dNnbMlbChR


Paul T. Bradley

Paul T. Bradley has written for L.A. Weekly since 2011. He is a Silver Lake-based former ditch-digger and he owns a 2004 Jetta (1.8 turbo).

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