Pseudo-Review: R&M Charger GX 9000km, Sprained Shoulder, Battery Degradation

2019 has been a bad year, dear fellow worst-rider. Bad because, well, I've not been riding much this year. Usually, within a half-year, I can easily ride for a 1000km or more. Are things starting to wane in my e-bike joy? Or maybe it's the weather? Yeah, blame it on the weather--and never mention all …

Please, No More Hair Trimmers And No More Examples Of #Americant Losing Its $hit

Am I on my last hair trimmer, dear worst-reader? At least I hope I'm on my last one. It's a thing I'm going through right now, don't you know, in this--the $hit$how that is consume-to-survive. The idear is the following: Pay a little bit more now in the hopes that--if there is such a thing …

Pseudo-Review: The Film Collossal Or That Thing In My Substance Abuse That Is Serious Childhood Drama

Warning: spoiler alert! This movie is totally worst-explained. Things I wish I could have written? Kafka's The Metamorphosis. Thornton Wilder's The Ides of March. The movie Collossal. Etc., etc. And by-the-buy, I watched Colossal last night via some stupid streaming service and I was pleasantly surprised. On that note, streaming itself isn't stupid but the …

Julius Caesar Killed With (Bad) Ideas Not Daggers–Just Like My Beloved #Americant

Coincidence? I finally (it's been on my to-do list for a while) started re-reading Thornton Wilder's Ides of March... in March? Actually I started re-reading it the last few days of March and casually finished it at the end of April. Reason? I had put it off long enough--and it was time. For I knew, …