Archive for the 'Poetry' Category

A Holiday Wish

Here’s a little yuletide rambling for the fans, and for you mac sucking little Apple freakazoids that get all giddy whenever one of those annoying ass commercials starring this douchebag comes on TV: Actually, I shouldn’t be so trite. I haven’t met Justin Long in person, and who knows maybe he’s a heck of a [...]

Crapple Soda

I’d like to sip upon a Crapple Soda Drinking sweetness through a straw Economic Tailspin Im so glad, my iPhone’s monthly fee Was worth being late on my ARM mortage Internet access, cool motion sensor Havent been laid in 10 years Ask my pocket protector Buy another white plastic turd Called a macbook Economic meltdown, [...]

How Much Do You Hate Apple?

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Some Saturday Tomfoolery!

Today, allow me to butcher this great poetic verse by the legenday Robert Frost: “After Apple Picking” by Robert Frost: My long two-pointed ladder’s sticking through a tree Toward heaven still, And there’s a barrel that I didn’t fill Beside it, and there may be two or three Apples I didn’t pick upon some bough. [...]

Friday Poetic Rectitude

‘Rectitude’, such a cool word. It means courage, honor, intelligence…qualities an Apple zealot has tasted little of. For you, Apple fanboys, I write these words: Dearest Apple, with your three percent market share Your computers are overpriced and underpowered And yet, your die hard fans seem not to care They’ll defend you to the end [...]