We’ve been refreshing our filthy browswers on vulgar law student Erik’s blog for over a month now, waiting for him to clue us in on his star-child existence. Finally, in the porn star’s latest entry — written weeks ago but only published today — Erik gives us an update on life with his Staten Island stud of a boyfriend (pictured here):
I have begun to disconnect from the terrible world i created for myself…I quit David Barton, NYC’s super gay night club of a gym. My Myspace is gone, my facebook, that twitter thing i had for all a couple days, all gone. This is all i’m gonna give you people, and everything else is going to my bf…i’m tired of just giving myself away on all these sites. I’m tired of people invading my life through different platforms that i allow. Aren’t we most intrigued about people who dont give it all away? Now every asshole on the planet thinks its cool to twitter and tell you every move they make down to the last time they took a shit, well fuck that. It’s not cool. Jesus…you can only think to yourself, “please stop talking unless its to tell me your gonna drop dead.”
Erik Rhodes also confesses that he’s been struggling with night-time anxiety after watching Zeitgeist, a documentary that connects Christianity to the economy, or something. Anyway, we’d write more about our Erik obsession, but we just took a shit and we need to go twitter about it.
Holy shit, a new blog… (Underneath It All)
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