• Call me Lennie

    It may be too late to save me, Bookie.  Despite being exposed to your penetrating  prose, I may have drifted into the progg side past the point of no return.    Look at what I’ve done — what will my mother say?
     
    http://thepeoplescube.com/post177156.html#177156
     
    Oh, and skip down about 7 comments to see my hymn to Obama.  Disgraceful
     
     

  • http://bookwormroom.com Bookworm

    Very clever, Call me Lennie.  I wish I could write satire as well as you do.

  • Call me Lennie

    Oh Swine-ish Me, where are my manners?  Actually, Bookie, I was off the grid for a couple of days and didn’t notice your gracious comment until right now.  I thank you most effusively for that.
     
    I actually penned that little bit of doggerel right around the time the events being satirized occurred.  I’d leave bits and pieces of it in comment sections all over.  Then I discovered how to use the facilities of the “Collective Blog” over at The People’s Cube which allow you to punch up your post with satirical graphics.  You also get more exposure; the post in question probably has 2000 page views by now.
     
    I also posted a companion piece to this one called “From The First Letter of Saul to the BO-rinthians.”   This is a take-off of the First letter of Paul to the Corinthians (one of the finest passages in Bible BTW) where Paul talks of love as the greatest of all virtues.  I turn this on its head and make the subject matter about envy.
     
    Then in the sixth comment down, I out-do myself, so you’ll probably get a kick out of that as well
     
    http://thepeoplescube.com/peoples-blog/from-the-first-letter-of-saul-to-the-bo-rinthians-t13855.html