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This reads like a long-winded Norm joke that just makes you chuckle with that sincere pleasure that it was worth it.

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Nov 6, 2023·edited Nov 6, 2023Author

Best compliment I could recieve, thank you

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In a more perfect world, for the benefit of blue dresses and laundry stains all over America, former U.S. President William Jefferson Clinton would be now making television commercials for Spray 'n Wash®, or as the late Rush Limbaugh so cleverly positioned the advertisement’s timing on his radio program, Spot Shot®.

If you cannot be honest about the sex, what can you be honest about?

When Arnold Schnitzel-wagger got caught impregnating his voluptuous maid, the tsunami of faux moral outrage swept across television and computer screens from people who have the slenderest claim to any semblance of fidelity or ethics of any kind.

Arnold couldn't admit he likes fat girls and Maria couldn't admit she was too anemic to get the job done anymore . . . After all, marrying into the Katholic Kennedy Klan should come with special social privileges, should it not?

Whatever happened to 'make love not war' or 'free love, baby'?

Did Arnie just miss the flight of the Lolita Express that weekend, or did Bill Clinton and Bill Gates have the flights booked that month?

Whatever happened to 'Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell'?

By the way, remember who Bill Clinton put on the United States Supreme Court? She is still kvetching from the grave with the overturning of Roe v. Wade . . .

https://cwspangle.substack.com/i/138320669/just-shout-it-out

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Nov 2, 2023Liked by T.R. Hudson

I'm torn between "what on Earth did I just read" and "fantastic, no notes."

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I like to live in that narrow canyon

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Nov 12, 2023Liked by T.R. Hudson

I think I saw this in a fever dream...

Was this from notes for your next novel?

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No sir, just a schizo post I plucked from your dreams

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Nov 6, 2023Liked by T.R. Hudson

Me: What did I just read?

Also Me: The greatest story ever. Good job. Peace.

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