She’s A Man, Baby

  Pseudo-review: Mrya Breckenridge, the novel--not the movie! I saw the movie thirty-five (or so) years ago1. Somehow the movie stayed with me--and not only because of Raquel Welch who is, other than Rita Hayworth, the only Hollywood bombshell worth gawking at like a fifteen year old man-boy run amok with girly magazines. At the …

Pseudo Review – 2: How Deep Do The Unpeeled Layers Of Your Rotten Onion Go?

Subtitle: "Democracy In Chains" By Nancy MacLean Goes Seriously Deep Into What Makes #Americant Stupider Not Greater. She took me deeper, dear worst-reader. This historian, this professor-type person that writes books--and she can take you deep, too. That is, if you're at all inclined to go deep. Especially the kind of deep that involves figuring …

Pseudo Review – 1: “Democracy in Chains” – A Book To Steal The Heart Of Any Rational Useless-Eater That Figured Out How To Dropout In Style And Doesn’t Look Back With Too Much Anger

Update: Pseudo Review - 2 is here. Afeared yet, dear worst-reader? Well, if you ain't afeared yet, it might be time to get your bloomers in an uproar. Or is it get your bloomers in a gander? Wait. How 'bout gettin' things up in a pickle? Nomatter. I've been reading the book Democracy in Chains …

Suburban Hell Tribe Wars Or How The Feminine Stole The Show

There are two things I always think about when I think about the tale of Beowulf. The first is the connection the story has to religion, specifically monotheistic religion. At the time the story was written polytheism was still relatively common in Northern Europe. Even though it is a very minor part of the original …