Monthly Archives: March 2019

Who Killed the Dinosaurs?

I’ve been told that my college draft post was “too verbose for a joke”, and here we lean into that criticism. As Lenin knew, “What is to be done?” and “Who is to blame?” are the eternal questions which we … Continue reading

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Three Silences

Here are some translations I’ve tried doing recently. They’re here in chronological order of original poem. I think the Voznesensky translation turned out best. Fyodor Tyutchev’s Silentium!: Speak not. Remove yourself and hide Your feelings and your dreams inside Your … Continue reading

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Scandal for School

America’s belief in the greatness and goodness of its elite has been shaken to the core by the college admissions scandal. The scandal involves the nouveau riche set of actors and businessmen bribing their children’s way into elite colleges by … Continue reading

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Jupiter’s Finest

Following in El Chapo’s footsteps, another dangerous criminal, Robert Kraft will soon be behind bars, where he belongs. Jupiter, Florida police department, after an 8 month-long sting operation arrested the widowed 8 years ago billionaire on charges of having sex … Continue reading

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