Monthly Archives: September 2022

The King

For decades, Tsang Tsou Choi – shirtless, a towel around his neck, supported by crutches – roamed the streets of Hong Kong armed with bottles of black ink and a calligraphy brush. From the 1950s to the 2000s, he turned … Continue reading

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The Prince of Wails

Earlier this month, that scumbag Prince Charles – he of the sausage fingers (they must have poked into orifices they shouldn’t have) – became king when his mother finally croaked. Shortly after, videos of two temper tantrums of his (involving … Continue reading

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The Perma-gloom

“Everything is terrible but I’m fine.” People all over the world tend to be individually optimistic and socially pessimistic. It is a well-studied phenomenon in psychology that if a person is healthy and normal, he tends to focus more on … Continue reading

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The Wine

This is a bottle of La Fiole du Pape Chateauneuf-du-Pape. The weird bottle shape represents the gnarled and twisted vines typical of the region due to their struggle of growing against the Mistral wind. “Pape” evokes the cru of Châteauneuf-du-Pape … Continue reading

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