The things that torment me are that evil people exist and enjoy tormenting others. That’s what I’ve got to deal with, or I’m going to kill myself. Hopefully I won’t take another Hemingway exit. So I’ve got to overcome my ten-year torment by writing. I’ve got to get it out of my system. I’ve got to write and then push it into the courthouse. Got to write! Go bang with public justice, not a gun!
Danny Roarke narrates his story about dating women from all zodiac signs to find Ms. Right, several weddings destroyed, his time in a mental hospital, and his struggles with malignant female colleagues as a professor at Palm City University.
Danny feels the university women aim to destroy him after his favorite colleague who appealed her tenure denial to become the only faculty member to ever win appeal left PCU. He tries to keep a sense of humor about his struggles, especially after his fiancée trashes his house, but also considers the benefits of his Glock handgun. Intermeshed within his diatribe are photos of Danny’s artfully amusing pottery series, “Just Do Me.” To survive, Danny must confront his tormenting relationships with women and master his desire to be an authentic artist.