So, to fortify against the icy death that looms, I rifled through the Spam Poetry Folder. This one, so distinctively Eliotian, is called:
"I could have been someone!" "Well, so could anyone!"
Buckfast does not seem to help. In a survey last year of 172 prisoners at a young offenders’ institution, 43 percent of the 117 people who drank alcohol before committing their crimes said they had drunk Buckfast. In a study of litter in a typical housing project, 35 percent of the items identified were Buckfast bottles. And the police in the depressed industrial district of Strathclyde recently told a BBC program that the drink had been mentioned in 5,638 crime reports between 2006 and 2009 (the bottle was used as a weapon in 114 of them).
[Obama's] African-in-heat father went a-whoring after a trashy white woman. He was born trash.Well, yes, it is. According to the New York Times, the IRS has struggled to draw up new guidelines where web sites, churches, 501(c)(3) status and religious nonsense all intersect, even, in one memo, discussed "electronic proximity — including the number of ‘clicks’ that separate the objectionable material from the 501(c)(3) organization’s Web site.”