These horrific bum fights are turning into a weekly event! Avert your eyes from the bloodshed!
What's that, you say, young Mojo fan? Your horrifically cruel English teacher is making you read Steinbeck? Yeah, he's a light-hearted load of laffs, that one! Just GREAT to read when you're an angst-ridden teen wondering if life is indeed worth living. (Spoiler alert: It generally IS, although there WILL be some sucky spots.)
To help you in your quest to at least APPEAR to be well-read and intellectual 'n' stuff, I offer you this VIDEO study guide of Steinbeck's THE RED PONY. No need to thank me profusely; just pay it forward...
Oh, my. Eleanor Abernathy is SO OBSCURE you just KNOW you're gonna have to Google her. Unless you're one of the WAY COOL people who already know who she is, but let's face it: if you're THAT cool you're probably not reading the Craptacular.
Granted, Mojo complains about so many petty things it is easy to just kinda tune her out and ignore her many LEGITIMATE and HEART-RENDING ISSUES. Take the new kitten, for example. How could Mojo EVER complain about the CUTEST KITTEN EVAR? I mean, he's sitting here LEANING AGAINST MY ARM as I type! Don't "Awwww" too loud or you'll wake him up!
...and this time, I've SUBTITLED IT with closed captions, so even if you have the sound turned off it still has the potential to annoy you! (You might have to watch it on YouTube to enable the captions? I don't know how all this technology works...)
Mojo demands you enjoy this! So... enjoy!
For the record, I am neither a particular fan (I pretty much had stopped listening to the radio by the time he made it big) nor a rabid hater. I thought Michael Bolton's version of When a Man Loves a Woman to be okay enough, but rather a copy of all previous versions. I didn't see anything all ground-breaking or awe-inspiring about it, so I didn't see what all the fuss was about. And that's about all I've heard of his music.