Pilgrams And Pirates

"Pilgrims had sailed to 'The Americas' to establish doctrinal purity, and pirates had made the same voyage in search of treasure and slaves. In Paine's time, however, the New World of 'the United States of America' (a name he may have coined) was an actual and concrete achievement; not an imaginary Utopia but a home …

How To Stop The Dominoes

Have this behind me: the frustration felt during the wars-of-choice that have sent #americant into its current spiral of empire delusion? There are a few things that will always remain from those years. The first is the fact that the people who didn't vote joined the ones who did vote and all elected Dubya (twice!) The price for this apathy …

Poor vs Poor

The subtitle of this post is: When Protests Don't Matter. Yes, dear worst-reader, I'm a very negative person. Thank you for asking. Yet. With that said, allow me, behind your back, to (re)define negative. The reality is, negative these days has little to do with the opposite of positive. Besides, it is the same idear when it …

Glove Thumb

Winter is a time for gloves, among other warming garments. Yet there is something worst-unique about gloves above and beyond garments. (Perhaps the same goes for (thick) socks? That's another worst-post.) My gloves are always together on a small table next to the front door. When I go out I grab them and put them …