This is Roger Stephens. Prospero at Caliban's Revenge introduced me to him.
No, he didn't introduce me to Roger personally. I would need to be incredibly drunk for that to happen (that scowl, that nose and that SuperCut are SO not doing it for me). And Roger would need to be released from jail.
You see, Roger was shopping in a Wal-Mart in Georgia and became upset because a 2 year old girl was making too much noise. So, he told the mother of the child, if she wouldn't make the child be quiet, he would.
And since the child did not become quiet, he slapped the little girl. In the face. Because nothing says "Valium" to a 2 year old like a slap in the face. From a grown man.
After reading this story and looking through the pictures on People of Walmart, I've come to the conclusion that certain Wal-Marts are actually trapped inside a Fellini film. Think about it. Think about your local Wal-Mart. Yeah, THAT one...
You know it's true that if you were shopping in that Wal-Mart and you saw a clown walking down the aisle dragging a dead goat on a leash carrying a sign that said, "Free Tibet!," you would wave and say, "Hi, Herb!" That is, if you even noticed Herb at all.
Why? Because the wrong and the bizarre are the everyday and the normal inside a Wal-Mart.
Thank God, in Roger's case, the police still have jurisdiction inside of those discount emporiums owned, operated and directed by Mr. "8 1/2."
P.S. If you see a "Mr. 8 1/2" on Manhunt, it's really "Lil' Boy 4 1/4." Just sayin'...