The twins collapse into my arms after tellin’ me the news. Ol’ Tim died in a surfin’ accident. Their brother. My best friend. Never told me he surfed. That’s Tim, fer sure. Must’ve bin his California life. He shure lives up to our school’s mascot – the cyclone. He roars into our lives for six months, blows up all our ideas, and leaves us to clean up after. Even got me thinkin’ I’s gay. Least I said so as to keep the twins’ reputations pure, with me on the down-low about datin’ the two of ‘em. Shure shook up ol’ Noah that I’s gay. He tried to change his sexuality to no avail. Even Ol’ Tim rejected ‘im. Turns out ta be a decent lineman fer State, though. Maybe gay makes ya tough.
I guess I gots ta go to Hollywood fer the funeral. I ain’t that happy ‘bout it, all them degenerates. I’ll jist keep my arms around each twin and enjoy the show. I hopes that Robby Boy don’t show up. He’s a real piss ant. Even tried to molest ol’ Tommy at Christmas. He’s jist a boy, that Tommy. All piss and vinegar. He shut that Robby devil worshiper down. Hopes he’s there. I guess I love that boy. Sure is confusin’ when y’all loves sum-one but yer dick don’t give a shit. Excuse my French. I wonder how ol’ John Boy’s doin’? He shure was possessive of Tim. Rich kid. Always havin’ to git his way. At that barn party, everyone seen him and Tim naked in the grass. Somehow ever’one thoughts they’d bin abducted by aliens. Now we got ol’ Seamus engaged ta Cindy and livin‘ at the family ranch, New York comes to Ames. Cain’t say the boy don’t shake things up. Seamus says he’ll help my dad whiles I’s off in Hollywood. I ain’t never sayin’ nothin’ bad about New York City people again.