The world is crazier than most people know. But I know. I was a clinical social worker for forty years. I am a witness. I retired from social work to write about the sad, the mad, and the savage; with whom I have spent most of my life. I have decided to translate these stories into fiction, because, as a co-worker once said, "You couldn't make this sh*t up. No one would believe you."

Sunday, August 22, 2010


So I heard the Aussies couldn’t make up their minds between conservative and liberal either; their election is up in the air.

I always find this indecision curious. When it happened in Britain; when it happens here. To me the choice is obvious. Conservatism has become a front for the rich, all over the world. To be “conservative” means to be “small government” which means Let The Rich and The Banks Do Whatever They Please. Of course at election time they drag out the tired old rabble rousing stuff: “we work for you,” blah blah blah. After the election, your taxes go up and your paycheck goes down.

Why are people so stupid? The conservative voters have got to be just average folks; there aren’t enough rich bastards in the world to elect themselves. My latest theory: they're putting something in the water.

Drink bottled water folks. There’s some stuff in the water that makes you an idiot. They’ve paid scientists to develop a virus, like Moron Maker or Dumbass Delight or You’re Stupid Now v 1.0. You’re guaranteed to lose one thousand brain cells per sip.

I’m not sure of this, but it may be reversible. So once you quit drinking coffee made with Retard Red you may get smart again. Smart enough to actually think for yourself. Smart enough to realize the rich are not your friends and their friends in Congress, Parliament or wherever are not your friends either.

A world full of smart people. Imagine. Baby boomers might even be able to retire! 

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