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25 Responses to “Where Can I Buy Diazepam”

  1. 1 taylorgenovese Says:

    This is a work of literary art, Martin Sargent. I’m glad you decided to start up SargeWorld again. Since Revision3 gave you that proverbial Pringle-Can-Of-Shit, I haven’t been able to my fix of the Sargent…this blog is helping me.

  2. 2 CaptainOlle Says:

    I’m speechless.. such an important life lesson wrapped into a beautiful story..

  3. 3 bigshotprof Says:

    So let me get this straight. You significantly elevated the value of Pringles on the nutrition pyramid by inserting a measure of Martin’s Finest into the bottom of the can, where it sat beneath a pile of nature’s own little coffee filters. Hours later a guy comes along, opens the can and eats down to the “bonus features” without any warning? I have heard the saying before, but never applied literally. You sir, are the master. Your Sh/t don’t stink!

  4. 4 Evan Ward Says:

    Such a genius.

  5. 5 drewolanoff Says:

    *slow clap*

    Bravo sir, bravo!

  6. 6 gungaroo22 Says:

    So…. beautiful….

    You truly are the writer of our era. Never before have I coughed up as much tar and blackened pieces of my ever decaying lungs as when I read this post.

  7. 7 avaiana Says:

    And with this post Martin is back!

  8. 8 dragonbladev Says:

    LMAO, great story martin.

  9. 9 rhuckuz Says:

    I think I speak for everyone when I say “FIRST!”

  10. 10 EvanCarroll Says:

    This sounds like it was inspired by the famous post on craiglist… At least partly..

  11. 11 FirestoneX Says:

    I hate to read. I do enough of that in college..

    But you Mr. Sargent have stories that must be shared with the world. And I will be there to read them all.

    It wasn’t Gator was it?

  12. 12 GrandMoffCory Says:

    Sarge, I salute you on a story well done.
    That was amazing.

  13. 13 isildur Says:

    Comedy Gold. I nearly pissed my pants laughing at this. Thanks.

  14. 14 eleventhprovince Says:

    genius! Pure, mad genius.

  15. 15 phillip.lewis Says:

    Your worn torn arse? OMG. Has Johnny O’Bannion seen it?

    Good story.

  16. 16 Jim_McD Says:

    LOL, literally LOL. I, fucking, love you man.

    And I’m glad I bought Doritos instead of Pringles this afternoon.

  17. 17 fairymama Says:

    I’m slightly disturbed. But more shocked that you manage to drive an ‘84 Caddy in CA and haven’t been taken out by the EPA freaks. And I will certainly never look at Pringles the same again….

  18. 18 jayvee f. Says:

    fantastic martin!!

  19. 19 AussieGirl373 Says:

    Oh Martin, it is so good to hear from you again!
    We’ve greatly missed your inane banter.

  20. 20 ESPO Says:

    martin… i fuckin dig it man… long-time fan

    i was riding unemployment for almost 4 months earlier this year (took the whole damn summer off) before i got my shit together… and i must say that your brain will approach maximum creative mental capacity. be it due to fear, hate, the unknown, or the adrenaline rush of a new beginning. so use it wisely… which i have a feeling this brilliant post is only the tip of the iceberg. in my humble opinion… ‘web drifter’ was the real deal.

    peace… live long… prosper… and read more hunter thompson / charles bukowski

  21. 21 Mr. Spork Says:

    Meanwhile, half-way acorss the blogosphere. . .

    . . . the carjacker dropped me off in some neighborhood I didn’t recognize. He had taken my wallet, my cell phone and the small lunch bag I carry peanutbutter crackers in for when my blood sugar gets dangerously low. I must have been walking for an hour looking for someone, anyone who would lend a hand to a mugged and carless soul.

    That’s when I started getting shaky.

    When you’re diabetic and your blood sugar starts to crash you start to get the shakes – a signal that your body is running on fumes. I’ve been in this territory before and I know where it can lead.

    Moneyless and without a way to even call for help, I’m as close to being homeless as I’ve ever been. Thanks to my earlier decision to get lunch *after* I got fuel and the fact that I was jacked when I was leaving the Mobil station made me feel like a hungry hobo indeed.

    As I wandered through this urban desert, populated only with broken down cars and trash cans my eyes started searching the sidewalks and alleys. One of these trash cans is going to have an uneaten doughtnut, or some other sugary or starchy snack that will keep me alive for a few more hours.

    Then I saw it. Seemingly an oasis – the Pringles can.

    Surely they’re stale I thought, abandoned here when this car was last driven, probably months before. Yes, they’ve got to be stale, but they’ll do. I ripped open the can and without taking even a cursory sniff I withdrew an inch stack and jammed it in my gob. . .

  22. 22 outthere396 Says:

    I myself once had a case of terrible of tummy troubles as severe as that. Of course not self inflicted as part of a diabolical plot. Mine stemmed from fish balls from a Chinese place on the other side of the bridge abutment where the freight train hauling high fructose corn syrup derailed a few months back. Desecrating a Pringles can for any less high purpose seems low, but after reading that Craigslist post and Googling Olestra, I must give my blessing.

  23. 23 zanzibar96 Says:

    I read, I cried, I was in shock, I was laughing my ass off. After experiencing the multiple break-ins to my own car, I totally understand your attempt to get the guy. I myself had more granduer efforts which included electrocution but all very high in price in the long run. So I stand here, arms raised in the air, applauding your scheme to get the low life. I will remember this the next time my car has a break in.

    Really miss seeing you on The Screen Savers with all your craziness. Too bad that so-called network COMCAST doesn’t have a clue and really screwed up a good thing which corporations usually do. Keep doing the thing that martin does so well!!!!

  24. 24 stacy Says:

    As a fellow broken-in car victim, I cried, I laughed, … your story of revenge was disgusting, revolting, …. and absolutely brilliant!! :)

  25. 25 nelzone Says:

    Martan – all I can say is – I hope this is a true story – a thing of terrible beauty.