Friday, October 22, 2021

Long Afternoon Forgetting

the great mirage: time

long afternoon forgetting

how short it all is

- haiku by Brandon Hensley, painting by Errol Jameson

Thursday, October 14, 2021

Try Telling Trolls What to Kiss

Right wing trolls always seem to think that you work for them, and are always demanding that you supply them a variety of carefully researched answers that they will reject out of hand if you were to be so foolish as to bother to answer them. I like to remind them to shove all that up their ass.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

A Pathetic Little Boy Named Trump

So true. Republicans are so corrupt and/or stupid, they don't even understand the virtues they profess to admire.

The Painter Who Sells Stockings

“He who belies his talent, the born painter who sells stockings instead, the intelligent man who lives a stupid life, the man who sees the truth and keeps his mouth shut, the coward who gives up his manliness, all these people perceive in a deep way that they have done wrong to themselves and despise themselves for it.”

— Abraham Maslow

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Hit the Republicans Hard, Then Do It Again

“Biden prefers to project an image of confidence and smiley-faced bipartisanship,” wrote The Week magazine. “But with Republicans committed to obstruction, ‘partisan and cultural conflicts’ are inevitable. And most issues, including mask and vaccination mandates, Biden has popular opinion behind him. For the good of the country and his presidency, Biden should drop the pretense that bipartisan agreement is possible, and ‘fight on more polarized issues instead of trying to dodge them.’”

I never want to hear that worthless, dangerous damned word “bipartisanship” again. Playing “bipartisan” with the Nazi GOP is the same thing as offering your throat to their sacrificial knife.

Hit them, hit them hard and then hit them again and again and again!

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Arise Before the Stupid Stir

Impressionist landscape by Bart DeCeglie

Jim Hampton wrote: "A cool, early-morning walk in the sunrise does wonders for a person’s disposition.

"The dangerous stupidity of the world isn’t awake yet."