A TALE OF TWO CITIES by CHARLES DICKENS a revolutionary book review

Vintage engraving from the works of Charles Dickens. From A Tale of Two Cities. Dragged, and struck at, and stifled by the bunches of grass and straw that were thrust into his face by hundreds of hands.

Visits: 103The French Revolution (1789) should be trending on moron social media spaces. Instead, you are watching make believe cop stories whilst fitting a face mask snugly over your child’s mouth and nose, sending them off to worship CDC, the new enemy of the people, NIAID–  Babylon is falling, your medical facilities will burn. Begin… Continue reading A TALE OF TWO CITIES by CHARLES DICKENS a revolutionary book review

The Prince and The Pauper by Mark Twain – book review

Visits: 100I was fearful this book would be a terrible reminder of our Disney hellscape, croney crapitalism, changing places, freaky Friday, Cinderella garbage story. Even the fine vaccinated morons at Pixar couldn’t mess this up. Mark Twain is a master. His writing is transcendent. In this time of great revelations (of morons exposing themselves to… Continue reading The Prince and The Pauper by Mark Twain – book review

KOBO Libra H20 e-reader – review APR 2021

Visits: 80Here’s my experience after spending 3 months with the Kobo Libra H2O. My previous e-readers were both kindles, paperwhite, and i don’t remember the name of the original– so this is what I’ll be comparing the Kobo Libra H20. I don’t use the moron’s operating system apple or windows. This prevents me from using… Continue reading KOBO Libra H20 e-reader – review APR 2021

THE NEW ATLANTIS by FRANCIS BACON – a book review

Visits: 96This short story by Francis Bacon describes a Utopia replete with Adam and Eve pools – a place to go for men and women to inspect the physical bodies of their prospective mates to ensure they are not deformed. Yes, Mr. Bacon is describing the New World. Yes, all of the technologies encountered in… Continue reading THE NEW ATLANTIS by FRANCIS BACON – a book review

Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds by Charles Mackay – book review

Visits: 189I suppose you don’t need a book to drive home the point. Men have climbed the mountain of moron countless times in the past. Even if such a mole hill were made in the days of Charles Mackay (1814 – 1889), you can be sure man has figured a way to traverse the well… Continue reading Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds by Charles Mackay – book review