Archive for the 'opination' Category

i don’t suppose it would help if I told them that I’m not homosexual…

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006

is there anything more shameful than a disingenuous demagogue? certainly spinning the hoi polloi in circles with the threat of the dissimilar and ba-ba-ba barbarians is a time-honored tactic of manipulation, yet this hallowed fallacy’s virtue has become soiled through its insincere use. regardless of what idiot survives on the sustenance of dennis prager’s suppositions, […]

she’s got electric boots, a mohair suit…

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006

barren from any serialized parchment and ink publications are ‘it’ and ‘you’ while ‘i’ and ‘us’ fruitfully multiple unchecked in the daily, weekly and monthly warrens. quaint in its naiveté, objectivity was at least a clever game of cat and mouse between columnist and audience in which purported empiricism purred forth waiting to catch unsuspecting […]

better to know nothing than half-know many things!

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006

a virulent infection of the mind unceasingly plagues keith olbermann, commonly called megalomania yet frequently referred to by himself as bill o’reilly. it seems obvious he could not have been an actor, so its unclear how he wound up here and yet day after day he waits for the short bus to drop william off […]

baby, i’m a star

Sunday, June 18th, 2006

“well we’re big rock singers we got golden fingers and we’re loved everywhere we go we sing about beauty and we sing about truth at ten thousand dollars a show…” as the apotheosis of talentless hackery, the political pundit cum movie star is a beacon of fatuous demagoguery that the world’s citizenry are beholden to […]

more you drive, the less intelligent you are

Sunday, June 11th, 2006

were it not distasteful enough that mainstream media regularly and flippantly invoke the specter of nazi germany for fun and profit, but to use a mad-lib-like organizational structure to deconstruct is utterly loathsome. take for instance the following recently articulated absurdity : “see, when you take a little bit of truth and then you mix […]

haven’t you heard it’s a battle of words…

Sunday, April 2nd, 2006

“those who can — do. those who can’t — teach.” perhaps it was an exercise of his fifth amendment rights that prompted h.l. mencken to accuse instruction as the perpetrator of incapability rather than punditry…or maybe it was an exercise in monosyllabic phrasing for simplicity’s sake; after all, ‘opine’ may’ve twisted the tongue and the […]