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Bertha is preparing for the end of the world. After all, if a group of crazies predicted this, it must be true. Well we will let the old girl get her groove on, pack her designer attire, her Louboutains, get her implants inflated, fur waxed, eye brows tweezed, tushy padded, and her contacts straightened out. 753 more words
Pros: Pleasant, unforced, and short
Cons: stereotyped bourgeois French wife
John Steinbeck’s 1957 novel The Short Reign of Pippin IV is a genial fantasy in which 42 squabbling French political parties, none of which has any principles, are hopelessly deadlocked and decide to resurrect the monarchy and elevate an amateur astronomer who happens to be descended from Charlemagne, crown him, and force him to occupy the palace at Versailles with its 18th-century plumbing (almost entirely devoted to the fountains) and drafty permanent chill. 367 more words
By Adrian Rauso
Democracy is great! Until this happens…See how many Australian political parties you can distinguish from an actual alt-rock band.
- Hunters and Collectors… 65 more words