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“I am just alright with you, I am just alright, OH YEAH!” Doobie Brothers wrote that song about Me, you know…
Cypress Hill’s classic ‘HIGH TIMES’ lyrics in the OG HEBREW: ‘Can Thoust Diggeth THAT?!’
'click' on my shit to dig my favorite 'scrolls'. playa .... shoooo.... Now this is some baaaaaad weeeeeeed ......

‘click’ on my shit to dig my favorite ‘scrolls’. playa …. shoooo…. Now this is some baaaaaad weeeeeeed ……

In case you can’t read Hebrew:
הפעם הראשונה שאני מכה את העשב שהייתי צעירה
להשתעל עדריאות, מתוח , חזרה ב’81 הולך לבית הספר, לא פרץbuddah מאחוריהיציע… מתקרבלרמה גבוהה , לא תמכורבוריתלמורים תיק ניקל , תיק ניקל, אגורהלאגורה מפרקים לא ימכורלדבשים למצוץ אותו כמונטיף קרח אחרים רצו40 אבל רציתיהעשב בעוד כולם רצים החוצה, אני פלנטין הזרעים שלי Homegrown , בוגי החצר האחורית , אני עדיין מסטול יש צמחי העשב שלי גבוהים יותר מהפינה של הטלפון שלך אני זוכר כשאני יכול רק לקבל sess באותם ימים עכשיו אני rockin כי שוקולד תאילנדי, בואשוהאובך מרדדיםאחד שומן, להעביר אותו לצד השמאל לא מול אבל אני שונא את זה כשהם לא לוקחים את הזרעיםבוטים חבורה של קהה רולים הן כמו טירונים בתחום Spillindookies המזוין צמח עשב עם שום מיומנות אני צריך לכתוב ספר , איך לגלגל אותו ולאחר מכן להעביר אותו להדליק אותו , לגדל אותו , למכור אותו ולאחר מכן לחלק אותו מר Greenthumb , ד”ר ויד , אני ממשיך לתת לאיש העשב מה שהם צריכים נכון אמנם, לנשוף את העשן המזוין שלך למעלה בשמיים ולקבל גבוה עם הבאנג שלך או פילדלפיה או Dutchess שלך תן לי אור [פזמון : ] תפוס את העשב עד , לארוז אותו , לשים אותובצינור זה קל למעלה, מעשןקערה , אנו Puffin זכות ורית לשים את האצבע על החורולהחזיק אותו באח קח שאיפה , זה מספיק , ולהעביר אותו למקום אחר קבל את שק גראס, מעשן אותו, עד שכל זה נעלם אין מקקיםבמאפרה, מעשנים את כל הפצצה אני USTA להוציא כסף אבל עכשיו אני מגדל אתהיבולים אבל אני שונא את זה כאשרהחזירים לזרוקפשיטה על המקום הוא אמר פעם שאני מעשן כל כך הרבה עשב , על ידיאחיו כי אני נראה כמוהכושי על עטיפת זיג זג אולי אני USTA נראה כמושהדרך חזרה, כאשר כאשר כושי שלי Sen Dog היה סביב sippin על חן בואוחרוזים הזבוב לחנוק אותך עםהריח של הבואש יש לנו את הכיסוי גבוה טיימס מראה לך כיצד לגלגלבוטה קילו רובע, ליש”ט רבעון , קילו לרבע Makin טיולים למקסיקו רץ עד הגבול שערות ארוכות , ראשים קירחים, צמותוסלעים פאנק ילדים בכל הצבעים להיות Puffin אותוהבלוק יש לי את העשב על מנעול עם כלשיטות הידרו התקשר אליי גורם נפוח אני מאקיןולוקחשיא להיט מכת העשן המזוין שלך למעלה בשמיים ולקבל גבוה עםהבאנג , פילדלפיה או Dutchess , תן לי את האורSee More
Review
Review  
Steven Rage has written an enthralling horror tale!
—-Harriet Klausner – (#1 REVIEWER) See all my reviews

Not soon forgotten
With graphic scenes of violence, sex and torture Rage’s unique cadence and elaborate descriptions vividly animates every aspect of his writing. Read this book. You’ll not forget. —-Mary Menzel “Reviewer – AllTheseBooks.com

nobody’s more brilliantly repulsive than rage
there’s an intelligence and his gift as a storyteller is being finely honed. rage is still gruesome, sickening, twisted, profane, disgusting, morbid, blasphemous. —-D. Gorman “Crystalline Structure Moon”

Hardcore Horror & Bizarro Collide
‘TPIB’ is gross, disgusting, funny, horrific, and disturbing. Rage writes with his conscience thrown out the window. —-Nick Cato “nickyak” (Staten Island, NY United States)

It takes a sick, drug-addled, putrified brain to come up this demented.
If you enjoyed the Infernal trilogy by Edward Lee, then you will probably get off on these tales of another true hell.

—-nuff b. ess

Product Description Edit
Three cuts of bizarre hardcore horror from the macabre mind of the grim Reverend Rage. Three sordid tales of demons, revenge, botched suicide, organic narcotics, torture, halflings, freaks, vampires and a post apocalyptic society coming apart at its seams. Three trips to the dark side that’ll leave you reeling… yet unable to look away.
From the Author Edit
Also by The Grim Reverend Steven Rage:
 
“The Fall of a Blood Drinking Drug Dealer”
“Rage Primer”
“BELLY: A Brutal Bible Tale”
“For All The Marbles”
“The Place In Between”
“You Morbid Westphal”
“PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale”
 
AND LOOK FOR “PHARMACIDE” coming soon!!
 

By 

nuff b. ess

“As a true connoisseur of the horror genre, I must admit I was verily disgusted and appalled by this piece of “Morbid” and I am certain that this was the author’s intent. It takes a sincerely sick, drug-addled, putrified brain to come up with a world-view this demented. The “Reverend” must be very proud. If you enjoyed the Infernal trilogy by Edward Lee, then you will probably get off on these tales of another true hell where all rules no longer apply and the most profane things occur. I wish Reverend Rage a massive following so that one day my autographed copy might be worth something on Ebay.”
Visit Rage anytime at stevenrage.wordpress.com

From the Inside Flap Edit
Freaks just love the Reverend…

“It’s gritty, and realistically crazy. It’s gross in just the
right amounts. The story is so eloquently presented that
you’re straight in it for the whole nail-biting ride. I’d say
it’s masterful. Dark, beautiful, bizarro, and insightful. The
Reverend does brilliantly. I’m an instant fan of Steven
Rage. I can’t wait to read more.”

Kevin Shamel, author of Rotten Little Animals.

“Like early Tom Piccirilli mixed with Edward Lee. Get on
the Rage train while you can because I have a feeling
that he’ll be getting bigger with each new book”.

Jordan Krall, author of Fistful of Feet and Squid
Pulp Blues.

“You Morbid Westphal is not a book for the faint of heart.
But if you’re up for some of the hard stuff, you’ll dig this”.

Garrett Cook, author of the Murderland series,
Jimmy Plush and Archelon Ranch.

“He weaves a world that is painted in black and white
hues, where anything can happen (and often does), and
is brutally visceral. You Morbid Westphal does for hospitals
what Jaws did for beach getaways! Steven Rage is a
masterful storyteller”.

Eric Mays, author of Naked Metamorphosis.

From the Back Cover Edit
The Place in Between: When Del is sent pictures of his wife’s latest affair, he reasons a .45 caliber bullet will answer his problems. To Del’s dismay, that’s only the beginning of his time spent wedged in the place in between. Luci’s lover tortures Del relentlessly. Del wants to recover just enough to seek revenge on them both. Sure enough a demon shows up with her silky-sweet promises. Then the ambiance twists dark and cruel beyond anything any one of them could’ve imagined.
 
 
Bad Notion Traveling Potion: The second day of the fifth waxing moon, in the 24th year, ACE. The frozen earth of The Harbor is in the grips of a new Little Ice Age. The human populace is down to just one-third. They are forced to exist in long, dank tunnels and cramped domiciles underground with The Good Doctor and his creations of Halflings and other freaks and geeks. TGD’s latest organic narcotic discovery goes LIVE and becomes self-aware. The bad notion traveling potion makes meat puppet users do its unholy bidding. Then the monster decides to turn on TGD, the Creator. Not the best idea, this. But it sure is going to be fun to watch.
Blood and Bubblegum: It’s colder than frozen shit down here in the dangerous tunnels of The Harbor in the post-cataclysmic world (ACE). Juan and I find ourselves here, in this horrible place because of The Good Doctor. His organic narcotics trade is booming. Juan, Mary and I want in. We have to find TGD and the nocturne, see if they will let us. We are down. We are hungry. And we are bringing Blood and Bubblegum to sweeten the pot. All of our dreams will come true. The only uncertainty is Mary and Juan living long enough to reap the rewards.
About the Author Edit
Reverend Steven Rage maintains that the hospital his
alter-ego works night-shifts for is haunted. However,
so many years of working in the dark with the sick
and dying has skewed his reality in such a perverse
way that even the brightness of day has become
frightening to him. He probably thinks that’s haunted.
The Reverend further asserts that his writing of
such bizarre, bloody and extreme fiction is conducive
to his and everyone else’s well-being. Everyone
should encourage him. And there is no proof Rage
sleeps upside down in a sealed closet. Absolutely
no proof at all.
Steven Rage has written an enthralling horror tale!
—-Harriet Klausner – (#1 REVIEWER) See all my reviews

Not soon forgotten
With graphic scenes of violence, sex and torture Rage’s unique cadence and elaborate descriptions vividly animates every aspect of his writing. Read this book. You’ll not forget. —-Mary Menzel “Reviewer – AllTheseBooks.com

nobody’s more brilliantly repulsive than rage
there’s an intelligence and his gift as a storyteller is being finely honed. rage is still gruesome, sickening, twisted, profane, disgusting, morbid, blasphemous. —-D. Gorman “Crystalline Structure Moon”

Hardcore Horror & Bizarro Collide
‘TPIB’ is gross, disgusting, funny, horrific, and disturbing. Rage writes with his conscience thrown out the window. —-Nick Cato “nickyak” (Staten Island, NY United States)

It takes a sick, drug-addled, putrified brain to come up this demented.
If you enjoyed the Infernal trilogy by Edward Lee, then you will probably get off on these tales of another true hell.

—-nuff b. ess

Product Description Edit
Three cuts of bizarre hardcore horror from the macabre mind of the grim Reverend Rage. Three sordid tales of demons, revenge, botched suicide, organic narcotics, torture, halflings, freaks, vampires and a post apocalyptic society coming apart at its seams. Three trips to the dark side that’ll leave you reeling… yet unable to look away.
From the Author Edit
Also by The Grim Reverend Steven Rage:
 
“The Fall of a Blood Drinking Drug Dealer”
“Rage Primer”
“BELLY: A Brutal Bible Tale”
“For All The Marbles”
“The Place In Between”
“You Morbid Westphal”
“PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale”
 
AND LOOK FOR “PHARMACIDE” coming soon!!
 

By 

nuff b. ess

“As a true connoisseur of the horror genre, I must admit I was verily disgusted and appalled by this piece of “Morbid” and I am certain that this was the author’s intent. It takes a sincerely sick, drug-addled, putrified brain to come up with a world-view this demented. The “Reverend” must be very proud. If you enjoyed the Infernal trilogy by Edward Lee, then you will probably get off on these tales of another true hell where all rules no longer apply and the most profane things occur. I wish Reverend Rage a massive following so that one day my autographed copy might be worth something on Ebay.”
Visit Rage anytime at stevenrage.wordpress.com

From the Inside Flap Edit
Freaks just love the Reverend…

“It’s gritty, and realistically crazy. It’s gross in just the
right amounts. The story is so eloquently presented that
you’re straight in it for the whole nail-biting ride. I’d say
it’s masterful. Dark, beautiful, bizarro, and insightful. The
Reverend does brilliantly. I’m an instant fan of Steven
Rage. I can’t wait to read more.”

Kevin Shamel, author of Rotten Little Animals.

“Like early Tom Piccirilli mixed with Edward Lee. Get on
the Rage train while you can because I have a feeling
that he’ll be getting bigger with each new book”.

Jordan Krall, author of Fistful of Feet and Squid
Pulp Blues.

“You Morbid Westphal is not a book for the faint of heart.
But if you’re up for some of the hard stuff, you’ll dig this”.

Garrett Cook, author of the Murderland series,
Jimmy Plush and Archelon Ranch.

“He weaves a world that is painted in black and white
hues, where anything can happen (and often does), and
is brutally visceral. You Morbid Westphal does for hospitals
what Jaws did for beach getaways! Steven Rage is a
masterful storyteller”.

Eric Mays, author of Naked Metamorphosis.

From the Back Cover Edit
The Place in Between: When Del is sent pictures of his wife’s latest affair, he reasons a .45 caliber bullet will answer his problems. To Del’s dismay, that’s only the beginning of his time spent wedged in the place in between. Luci’s lover tortures Del relentlessly. Del wants to recover just enough to seek revenge on them both. Sure enough a demon shows up with her silky-sweet promises. Then the ambiance twists dark and cruel beyond anything any one of them could’ve imagined.
 
 
Bad Notion Traveling Potion: The second day of the fifth waxing moon, in the 24th year, ACE. The frozen earth of The Harbor is in the grips of a new Little Ice Age. The human populace is down to just one-third. They are forced to exist in long, dank tunnels and cramped domiciles underground with The Good Doctor and his creations of Halflings and other freaks and geeks. TGD’s latest organic narcotic discovery goes LIVE and becomes self-aware. The bad notion traveling potion makes meat puppet users do its unholy bidding. Then the monster decides to turn on TGD, the Creator. Not the best idea, this. But it sure is going to be fun to watch.
Blood and Bubblegum: It’s colder than frozen shit down here in the dangerous tunnels of The Harbor in the post-cataclysmic world (ACE). Juan and I find ourselves here, in this horrible place because of The Good Doctor. His organic narcotics trade is booming. Juan, Mary and I want in. We have to find TGD and the nocturne, see if they will let us. We are down. We are hungry. And we are bringing Blood and Bubblegum to sweeten the pot. All of our dreams will come true. The only uncertainty is Mary and Juan living long enough to reap the rewards.
About the Author Edit
Reverend Steven Rage maintains that the hospital his
alter-ego works night-shifts for is haunted. However,
so many years of working in the dark with the sick
and dying has skewed his reality in such a perverse
way that even the brightness of day has become
frightening to him. He probably thinks that’s haunted.
The Reverend further asserts that his writing of
such bizarre, bloody and extreme fiction is conducive
to his and everyone else’s well-being. Everyone
should encourage him. And there is no proof Rage
sleeps upside down in a sealed closet. Absolutely
no proof at all.

Review

 
Steven Rage has written an enthralling horror tale!
—-Harriet Klausner – (#1 REVIEWER) See all my reviews

Not soon forgotten
With graphic scenes of violence, sex and torture Rage’s unique cadence and elaborate descriptions vividly animates every aspect of his writing. Read this book. You’ll not forget. —-Mary Menzel “Reviewer – AllTheseBooks.com

nobody’s more brilliantly repulsive than rage
there’s an intelligence and his gift as a storyteller is being finely honed. rage is still gruesome, sickening, twisted, profane, disgusting, morbid, blasphemous. —-D. Gorman “Crystalline Structure Moon”

Hardcore Horror & Bizarro Collide
‘TPIB’ is gross, disgusting, funny, horrific, and disturbing. Rage writes with his conscience thrown out the window. —-Nick Cato “nickyak” (Staten Island, NY United States)

It takes a sick, drug-addled, putrified brain to come up this demented.
If you enjoyed the Infernal trilogy by Edward Lee, then you will probably get off on these tales of another true hell.

—-nuff b. ess

Product Description  
Three cuts of bizarre hardcore horror from the macabre mind of the grim Reverend Rage. Three sordid tales of demons, revenge, botched suicide, organic narcotics, torture, halflings, freaks, vampires and a post apocalyptic society coming apart at its seams. Three trips to the dark side that’ll leave you reeling… yet unable to look away.
From the Author  
Also by The Grim Reverend Steven Rage:
 
“The Fall of a Blood Drinking Drug Dealer”
“Rage Primer”
“BELLY: A Brutal Bible Tale”
“For All The Marbles”
“The Place In Between”
“You Morbid Westphal”
“PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale”
 
AND LOOK FOR “PHARMACIDE” coming soon!!
 

By 

nuff b. ess

“As a true connoisseur of the horror genre, I must admit I was verily disgusted and appalled by this piece of “Morbid” and I am certain that this was the author’s intent. It takes a sincerely sick, drug-addled, putrified brain to come up with a world-view this demented. The “Reverend” must be very proud. If you enjoyed the Infernal trilogy by Edward Lee, then you will probably get off on these tales of another true hell where all rules no longer apply and the most profane things occur. I wish Reverend Rage a massive following so that one day my autographed copy might be worth something on Ebay.”
Visit Rage anytime at stevenrage.wordpress.com

From the Inside Flap  
Freaks just love the Reverend…

“It’s gritty, and realistically crazy. It’s gross in just the
right amounts. The story is so eloquently presented that
you’re straight in it for the whole nail-biting ride. I’d say
it’s masterful. Dark, beautiful, bizarro, and insightful. The
Reverend does brilliantly. I’m an instant fan of Steven
Rage. I can’t wait to read more.”

Kevin Shamel, author of Rotten Little Animals.

“Like early Tom Piccirilli mixed with Edward Lee. Get on
the Rage train while you can because I have a feeling
that he’ll be getting bigger with each new book”.

Jordan Krall, author of Fistful of Feet and Squid
Pulp Blues.

“You Morbid Westphal is not a book for the faint of heart.
But if you’re up for some of the hard stuff, you’ll dig this”.

Garrett Cook, author of the Murderland series,
Jimmy Plush and Archelon Ranch.

“He weaves a world that is painted in black and white
hues, where anything can happen (and often does), and
is brutally visceral. You Morbid Westphal does for hospitals
what Jaws did for beach getaways! Steven Rage is a
masterful storyteller”.

Eric Mays, author of Naked Metamorphosis.

   
The Place in Between: When Del is sent pictures of his wife’s latest affair, he reasons a .45 caliber bullet will answer his problems. To Del’s dismay, that’s only the beginning of his time spent wedged in the place in between. Luci’s lover tortures Del relentlessly. Del wants to recover just enough to seek revenge on them both. Sure enough a demon shows up with her silky-sweet promises. Then the ambiance twists dark and cruel beyond anything any one of them could’ve imagined.
 
 
Bad Notion Traveling Potion: The second day of the fifth waxing moon, in the 24th year, ACE. The frozen earth of The Harbor is in the grips of a new Little Ice Age. The human populace is down to just one-third. They are forced to exist in long, dank tunnels and cramped domiciles underground with The Good Doctor and his creations of Halflings and other freaks and geeks. TGD’s latest organic narcotic discovery goes LIVE and becomes self-aware. The bad notion traveling potion makes meat puppet users do its unholy bidding. Then the monster decides to turn on TGD, the Creator. Not the best idea, this. But it sure is going to be fun to watch.
Blood and Bubblegum: It’s colder than frozen shit down here in the dangerous tunnels of The Harbor in the post-cataclysmic world (ACE). Juan and I find ourselves here, in this horrible place because of The Good Doctor. His organic narcotics trade is booming. Juan, Mary and I want in. We have to find TGD and the nocturne, see if they will let us. We are down. We are hungry. And we are bringing Blood and Bubblegum to sweeten the pot. All of our dreams will come true. The only uncertainty is Mary and Juan living long enough to reap the rewards.
About the Author  
Reverend Steven Rage maintains that the hospital his
alter-ego works night-shifts for is haunted. However,
so many years of working in the dark with the sick
and dying has skewed his reality in such a perverse
way that even the brightness of day has become
frightening to him. He probably thinks that’s haunted.
The Reverend further asserts that his writing of
such bizarre, bloody and extreme fiction is conducive
to his and everyone else’s well-being. Everyone
should encourage him. And there is no proof Rage
sleeps upside down in a sealed closet. Absolutely
no proof at all.
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