5/25/10


I'm working my way through Modern Times: The World from the Twenties to the Nineties, by conservative British historian Paul Johnson (who lost his footing on the moral high ground when Gloria Stewart, the writer with whom he had an eleven year affair, revealed that he enjoyed erotic spankings) and despite the fact that I don't agree with some of his political stances, he is a vivid and entertaining writer . . . if only my history textbooks from high school had prose like this: "The syphilis of anti-Semitism, which was moving towards its tertiary phase in the Weimar epoch, was not the only weakness of the German body politic; the German state was huge creature with a small and limited brain."

2 comments:

eric said...

I can't wait for the Dave's secrets that completely dicredit his blog to be revealed one day in the future.

Mr. Truck said...

dave, the writer of "sentence of dave"-- who enjoyed copulating with vacuum cleaners and other household appliances-- has written his 10,000th sentence today.

A New Sentence Every Day, Hand Crafted from the Finest Corinthian Leather.