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August 14, 2016


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Cackety Dishwitz

I was thinking last night about 3 am that it must be tough for people who have done extraordinarily badly under unique circumstances to reprise that performance. Take GW Bush for example. A low bar was set for him and he failed to clear it repeatedly. Absolutely outstanding at failing up. Now he stabs at a canvas with bright red acrylics and just can't get it right. How can I get back to those glory days he wonders. Stab stab. Smear. Splat.

Phil Cubeta

Fail often, fail better. I think one of Samuel Beckett's tramps said that. Tried to hang himself but the rope broke. The human comedy, played as tragic comedy, in two acts, where a third might be expected.

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