A Mongrel in a Discotheque

‘A mongrel in a discotheque’ is from what I call a ‘lost era’ of my hand at writing. It was majorly inspired by ‘An American Prayer’ by The Doors but the current motivation is Thom Yorke’s new album that just came out. So, it’s called “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes”, in a quick scan through a few…

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On Sobriety and Other Myths

(The hippie inside us) Sobriety. Sobriety is a total myth. What hath the poor man abstained himself from? A little winter-evening rum; or smoking cigarettes during the always unkempt and terse breaks in an arduous work-life; or has he refurbished the interiors of his psyche, tired and desiring a change has he retired to his…

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Jokes Aren’t Funny Anymore

(Obsessive Humour) Dear Reader, As the Smithsonian title suggests, Jokes Aren’t Funny Anymore. It’s true, I kid you not, but jokes are so out. Engulfed by the past master, they seem a hideous disaster. Sorry is what I feel when I see this lame-ass hipster, he tells jokes when he meets people for the first…

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