"Adventure" is an important and appealing concept but a woefully overused word. That goes double for "curate." It'll be a real blow if the merchants of tedium commodify my beloved "paraprosdokian."
--P. Michael Watson
Monday, June 11, 2018
Behold! Warren Edward Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha. He, who partaketh of the breakfast patties. He, who suppeth upon the sundaes regal. He, who consumeth heroic fluid volumes of catsup and Coke products. He, who upon acquisition of these ritual foodstuffs, restructures and merges them into the revered high financial fecal portent. He, who passes with ineffable acumen that majestic and harrowing excrement into a humble porcelain bowl he purchased in 1958. He, who divineth from that venerated stool's smooth topography and Pollockian spatters the shape of men's fortunes to come. Behold, the inimitable Oracle of Omaha! Behold, the great Scatomancer of Nebraska!