Celebrating Winning

As VE Day was being celebrated in Western enclaves here and there yesterday, worst-writer was thinking of George Carlin: "When fascism comes to America, it will not be in brown and black shirts. It will not be with jack-boots. It will be Nike sneakers and Smiley shirts. Germany lost the Second World War. Fascism won … Continue reading Celebrating Winning

Bridges To #MAGA

Well, there you have it, dear worst-reader. Another example of #Americant pseudo-bourgeois spiteful pettiness setting the stage for today and tomorrow and forevermore. Or? In order for worst-moi to worst-write about this issue, allow this free-wheeling worst-recap: Political retaliation was taken by state Republicans against a Democrat Mayor of a New Jersey town that borders, … Continue reading Bridges To #MAGA

Holistic System Of Systems–Gone Awry, Baby

https://youtu.be/HzdXSk1zp6w Check out the vid above, dear worst-reader. Get a'load of how the spineless albeit well-dressed (surely #MAGA morons) exchanged this & that about the fail-upwards life they've been living--and forcing the rest of us to live--but/and have never been able to recognise/comprehend? You know, comprehend as a life choice? Alone how the interviewee is … Continue reading Holistic System Of Systems–Gone Awry, Baby

Sympathy, Maybe Not

The emotions of man are stirred more quickly than man’s intelligence; and, as I pointed out some time ago in an article on the function of criticism, it is much more easy to have sympathy with suffering than it is to have sympathy with thought. Oscar Wilde, The Soul of a Man

Verarschung

Alt title: worst-writer lessons in un-understanding Deutsch There it is again, dear worst-reader (see pic above). Although it's happening less than it happened, say, twenty years ago--on account there was a time I was, let's say, more hopeful, wishful, dreamy, etc., it still happens now-n-then. Like a grain amongst a ton-bag of salt. I mean. … Continue reading Verarschung

Summary Demise

Pseudo-Review: Hiding In Plain Sight by Sarah Kendzior. Cliffsnotes, dear worst-reader. Maybe that's the ticket to understanding what happened to my beloved & missed #Americant since the advent of political stupidity and the election of a two-bit actor for president--oh so many years ago. But enough re-hashing of the good'ole days, eh. Haven't we all … Continue reading Summary Demise

The Snake

Trump loves to be caught and not be punished. Throughout the 2016 campaign, he recited the poem “The Snake,” a story of treachery that mocks the victims: “You knew damn well I was a snake before you let me in.” It is not enough for Trump to commit a crime. He needs to let you … Continue reading The Snake

Generation: Malice

I'm about fifty-two percent through the e-book version "Hiding in Plain Sight" by Sarah Kendzior, dear worst-reader. Not bad since I'm busy as bee in these days of worst-writing and corona-virus, i.e. same as it ever was when it comes to worst-writer social distancing, don't you know. Even though a full pseudo-review of the book … Continue reading Generation: Malice

Too Late

When you've failed-upward this long and this far... it's too late to face the/any truth--and thereby hope you can turn things around--as in turn things toward a better outcome. Blah. Blah. Blah. Or... That's what's missing from the recent and brilliant realisation from a billionaire claiming to have the answer(s) for all the fail-upwardness of … Continue reading Too Late

Things Corona

Not sure, dear worst-reader. But it's everywhere. Here just a few examples. By-the-buy. The house is a rich-man's house not far from where I live and where I have to pass every day with Beckett, the killer pug. To indicate what they're doing about the current crisis, they hung up a page from a local … Continue reading Things Corona