“Bizarre Love Triangle With Roxanne” by THE POLICE Vs. NEW ORDER

Police - New Order
Sitty McSitterson considered standing up, but was compelled not to do so, in the very same way Sneaky Sneakovsky will never step out of the shadows. This was the way in Adjective Followed by The Adjective Again With An Ethnic Twist Town, as sure as County O’Count is counting things.

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“Knock Knock.”


A real life Rube Goldberg machine that complicates the easiest of tasks for the sake of inconvenience.

The words penetrated a stressful hour of silence, which felt like a fortnight. This is how time elapses in the penitentiary.

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Inconsequential Tripe


A 1970 photo opportunity, as they were called then. One would resign in 1974 to avoid certain impeachment, the other would resign on a toilet in 1977.

Every so often an expression comes along that is so stupid, you begin to hate anyone who uses it. And of course, because it’s such a damn catchphrase, you eventually use it yourself, and nothing good ever happens when you hate yourself. Here’s a recap of trite truisms: It is what it is. Life’s a bitch and then you die. Life’s a bitch and then you marry her. YOLO. Don’t worry, be happy. Life’s a beach. Life’s a beach and then you marry her. Shit happens. It’s like rain on your wedding day. Today, it is the nothingburger.

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