Who Are You People

Of all the masterful arguments presented by Alan Shore (James Spader) in the American TV show Boston Legal, his argument in front of the Supreme Court in S04E17 has to be one of the best. Btw, I've been binge-watching the show for the past two weeks, as I've done here and here with other shows. Although I'm …

A Spot

It goes something like this. After worst-writing for a few hours, in a rush, I got around to getting some chores done. The chores are thus: buy fresh meat and wine for the evening. Pick some veggies for the pan. Dress the kitchen properly so she's prepared for my cooking. Start drinking with a cold beer …

The Bigot Meter

Trillions of dollars have been spent. Habeas Corpus has been suspended--along with Bill of Rights. The government has the right to spy on you. You can be put on a no-fly list. We now have a government institution named homeland security. We also have a patriot act that cannot be dissolved which guarantees all the above. Seriously. Can …

Doodle Of A Dream

Had a dream the other night. I think. Even though I can't draw worth a hoot, my best shot at an image of the dream is above. This dream started in the middle of a journey that begins at a red x (bottom left corner of the page). I think the journey was to the Red Sea …

Combinations Prevail

There is no doubt that combinations like this will prevail. Look at the place and the history that makes them--these combinations. First, we have Matt Damon running his trap when he shouldn't--securing his white supremacy position in Hollywood and playing the fantasy meritocracy card (see lampshade link below). Then we have The Donald teaming up with …

Who Let The Dogs Out

A bit more than a rant this morn, dear worst-reader. Perhaps this is a plea. A plea for mercy and the life of my dog. To begin, above is a letter that I recently received from the property administrator of our flat regarding my dog. Here is a translation of the red enclosed area: "Unfortunately, after numerous warnings, you have …

Notes From Underhuman

Thoughts this morn about Dostoyevsky's Notes From Underground. I've been enjoying the taste, feel and smell of this 1972 paperback for the past few weeks. I think I acquired it while visiting London in 1995. Obviously it's not dealing with age and dryness but neither am I. Funny thing is, I've already gone through three …