The Many More Layers Of Bad That Can Still Be Peeled Away

The ghosts of all the LOL I expelled from my person that night as I counted the electoral college numbers Election Day November 2016, surround me still. For don't you know, dear worst-reader, my giggles are not out of spite but instead out of tear-jerk-laughter. Oh yes my fellow and bereaved #Americant brethren. You are … Continue reading The Many More Layers Of Bad That Can Still Be Peeled Away

Feeling The Tech Burn This Morning Or What Goes Around Comes Around

Right before Xmas, a few weeks ago, an executive decision was made that included two things. The first? It was time to renew some computer hardware. The second? I turned off all my Plex devices. In order to renew my hardware, though, I had to get some cash. For you see, dear worst-reader, cash is … Continue reading Feeling The Tech Burn This Morning Or What Goes Around Comes Around

No. Seriously. How Many Of Them Vote For You-Know-Who?

The question worst-writer is asking as the debacle government shutdown that is my beloved & missed #Americant, Land of Free to be Stupid, deals and squeals--deservedly--at the behest of its own dysfunction, is this: of those furloughed--800k "non-essential" government employees + (insert your number here) contractors--how many have been supporting this political madness from the … Continue reading No. Seriously. How Many Of Them Vote For You-Know-Who?

How Bout A Bit Of Cockup In Your Brexit

Disclaimer: This post contains purposefully mispelt adult language. What is Brexit really about (according to worst-writer)? Well, get this, dear worst-reader. Like everything else going on in this day & age of all-things-worst, the thing Brexit is really about is simple--even though the whole debate going on for the last few years has been more … Continue reading How Bout A Bit Of Cockup In Your Brexit

Egypt Of The…

"This was indeed the Egypt of the Confederacy,--the rich granary whence potatoes and corn and cotton poured out of the famished and ragged Confederate troops as they battled for a cause lost long before 1861. Sheltered and secure, it became the place of refuge for the families, wealth, and slaves. Yet even then the hard … Continue reading Egypt Of The…