Upgrade Hell

Quick run down of yesterday's Mac chaos. Although I've considered myself immune to it over the years, I fell for Apple's distortion field--or as others might call it: upgrade hell. I don't know what happened. I think it all started when I upgraded from Mavericks to Yosemite. It worked so well, so smooth, my digital (self) was flawless. Then, …

It's Like The Moon Disappearing. If The Middle Class Joins It, Will You Miss It?

Not sure why I care about this. But I do. Having said that... Having grown up in the suburban hell of lower middle class #americant and now hearing academics describe (that) hell's demise, I sit back with a dopey grin on my face and sing the lost torrent song that was once an anthem, an …

Jimmy Carter: A Five-Nation Plan to End the Syrian Crisis – The New York Times

While worstwriter tries to figure out the meaning of birds tangled up in whatnot, our 39th president has a few things to say. Even though I'm not quite sure what he's saying, it's pretty amazing that he's still on top of things. Go Jimmy! Rant on. -t "Bashar and his father, Hafez, had a policy …

Oh No. #Yahoo Sucks.

First. Full disclosure. I really dig Yahoo. And I don't mean no disrespect with this worst-post. With that in mind. I've been using Yahoo email ever since I lost my password for CompuServe back in the early 1990s. Which brings me to the following question: how can something that was once so good get so screwed …

The Cherry Bat v. Coincidence v. Coordination

Is it me, dear worst-reader? Am I the only one to worst-write about conspiracies? Wait. It's important to note here--for the sake of posterity--that I don't worst-write about conspiracy theories. Reason? There's a difference, you know, between conspiracy and conspiracy theory. Just as there's a difference between coincidence and central planning--as in central planning of …