I occasionally get the urge to write about the environment, but get kinda tired, because of the lack of resonance, even from people on the same page as me. Wrecker’s Nectar Bee beauty will Dance his ass off So his mates fly until They reach the blossoms’ source. Then comes nectar’s drill To burrow deep,Continue reading “Let’s get tough.”
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Brexit Armageddon at Ferens gallery.
Two exhibits at the great annual Ferens show, demonstrate the value of a trip to your local gallery. The vortex and Armageddon, did it for me. Armageddon – the final battle between good and evil. This picture is Armageddon to me although I don’t know what the artist called it or who the artist is.Continue reading “Brexit Armageddon at Ferens gallery.”
Socialist Art. Really?
Mindfulness not only comes in useful to determine what we thought at the moment, but eighty words might reveal what the model was thinking. Who knows? Damned artists! I sit here, in the altogether, pretending to be a wronged goddess. Thank goodness he agreed to put in the animal parts, later. The smell was somethingContinue reading “Socialist Art. Really?”
Cold showers and broken tablets – But not from 50 Shades.
Goddesses rule! after a feisty fightback. Connie Grimshaw gets herself in a mess, by playing sex-games in book 1 of Goddesses. She gets herself out again by fighting the bad boys in book 2. Here is an excerpt, where she and her lover try to work through an Aubrey Beardsley moment. They play Venus andContinue reading “Cold showers and broken tablets – But not from 50 Shades.”
Who watches linear TV? Who cares about the BBC?
We are being manipulated as never before, by unscrupulous politicians and lobbyists. Can we fight back?
Let them destroy their own propaganda media.
Wetwang, Wet Wang, Museums and Unfulfilled Promises
As the country lurches from Covid to Brexit woes, what do our two top leaders think – in wax?
A week in politics
It’s tough at the top, when the public demand the undeliverable. Here is an imaginary monologue from this week.