Some thoughts from leaders, friends, and random passer-bys: “Aaaaaaah. No gas no gas no gas no gas no gas no gas.” “Time to cozy up to Putin.” “Time to protect our interests, like the U.S. does. As soon as we decide on what those interests are – all the while calling for early elections andContinue reading “What does the death of Turkmenbashi mean for Ukraine?”
I’m a little bit embarrassed by this, but I’ll defend myself by pointing out that it was written while I was in a passionate, dork-tastic state. As always, thanks to my friends at GC.
Other such gems from the newly-powerful Democrats found here. Why didn’t we listen before it was too late?!?! *crying on Rush Limbaugh’s manly shoulder, etc.*
I had this stupid grin on my face the entire time. It was raining, Mapquest screwed me over on the way to the polling station, and, to top things off, my pants started to fall down as I scurried over to the ballot box. So there I was, wet and tired and with my buttContinue reading “On Voting for the First Time”
Murdered. I’m shocked and awed. Not really, no. Critically-minded writers are inevitable casualties in iron-fisted pseudo-democracies, with their corrupt politicians in ill-fitting designer suits and beggar senior citizens selling vintage cigarette packs to amused tourists, with their petty conflicts, murdered children, and always, always, the terrible hope that maybe tomorrow everything will finally go right.Continue reading “Progressive Russian Journalist”