What he said

August 30, 2019

Arthur Chrenkoff says something I could have said:

I still can’t describe myself as a Trump fan (too much about his personality, temperament and policies jars with me) or a do-or-die Brexiter – as a Polish-Australian dual citizen, my interest in American and British politics is academic rather than deeply personal – but to the extent that I now see myself as pro-Trump (or not anti-Trump) and pro-Brexit (or not anti-Brexit) is largely thanks to the good work done over the past few years by the left in pushing an agnostic like me in the direction of religion.

So, thank you, dear left, for your utter disdain for democratic process and for your absolutely batshit crazy, foaming-at-the-mouth, hysterical and hyperbolic consistent daily (over)reaction to Trump and Leave. You just don’t know when to stop, do you?

It’s that time again

August 29, 2019

I checked today, and the 2019 winners of the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction contest have been announced.

I have to admit I was a bit disappointed with the results this year, but this was my favorite:

She had a captivating smile and eyes the color of a poisonous frog he’d seen on a trip to Costa Rica.

Carol Hobart, Edina, MN


August 8, 2019

Best answer to this question I’ve seen: The Post-Game Interview