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Tag Larkin doesn’t sell out to The Man

May 6, 2008

Tag Larkin doesn’t sell out to The Man.

In his youth, Tag Larkin was in a rock band called Pubis Monstrosity and one day an agent from a record company wanted to sign them to a deal. But instead of accepting the deal, Tag Larkin broke up the band, burned all their equipment, and never played the keytar again.

Tag Larkin doesn’t sell out to The Man.

At his job at the fast-food chicken place Chickensian Dystopia, Tag Larkin’s manager approached him about maybe becoming a night-shift manager. But instead of accepting this chance to make more money and advance his career, Tag Larkin beat his manager unconscious with a box of frozen french fries.

Tag Larkin doesn’t sell out to The Man.

One time the cops came to Tag Larkin’s door to ask him about a recent murder in his neighborhood. Tag Larkin refused to talk and the cops dragged him down to the station as a suspect, where all Tag Larkin would say was that he’d never tell the cops anything. Then the cops found out that Tag Larkin had been out of town visiting his sister when the murder happened and they had to let him go. But for those 48 hours in that interrogation room, Tag Larkin kept his promise and told the cops nothing about the nothing he never saw, just to keep no one safe.

Because Tag Larkin doesn’t sell out to The Man. The Man buys from Tag Larkin.

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2 comments

  1. Tag Larkin skeers me


  2. Tag Larkins no snitch. He’s a real man, and nothing will change my opinion of him.



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