24. April 2018 By Alex Nuttall - Bio Wash Land Restroom Blues Sometimes I go to the laundromat to wash my work clothes because my wife has nice clothes at home that do not need to be molested by my soiled, toil rags. Washing Machines Sometimes I use the restroom there several times within a 45 minute period because I have a large beer stein that I fill with coffee and my bladder is not the same size. Wash Land with Stein Sometimes I am thinking that people will notice that I am going to the restroom too often because I think I am very important and people need to watch my every move. Wash Land Restroom Sometimes I overcome the little anxiety of frequent urination because peeing in my pants will reveal an even more pressing issue of my psychosis. Wash Land Building Sometimes after extreme mental exercise I come up with an idea to write about that makes absolutely no sense but with pictures, insight and experience may lead to liberation.
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7. April 2018 By Alex Nuttall - Bio My Father Ellis -- Alex Nuttall and Father My grandfather’s name was George Ellis Nuttall. He was a concrete contractor and builder. He was a fisherman, crabber and seafood vendor. He was a hunter. He was a crane operator. He was a World War II veteran. He was also a redleg. George Ellis Nuttall and Alexander Nuttall -- Photo By Donald Nuttall 1984 Sometime during World War II my grandfather went to Fort Sill, Oklahoma to become an artillery man. There is where he became a redleg. A redleg is a fellow who served in artillery. This was more than 50 years before I found myself there in Lawton, Oklahoma at Fort Sill in 1995. My father’s middle name is Ellis too. My father is a builder. He’s a fisherman. He was a soldier in Vietnam. He served in the Signal Corps as a mess sergeant. He cooked for thousands of soldiers. He went to Fort Benning, Georgia. Donald Nuttall and Alexander Nuttall, 1977, Florida In 1995 I