Tuesday, May 29, 2012

While revolution flashes

Wes made a menopausal recommendation to the thousand ablaze.
Others called the replacement office to record the sweat while
several of the protestors forced a big round hormone history.

Flashes of a square, angry multiplex
who aimed the chanting, who made a revolution up.
Such an average face at moonrise racked with hopes and harms.

Not a 1960’s quirky dramedy of the heart.
In this memorial kingdom, the dreamgirls take kicking medicine
and the others budget in the bone of former wilderness.

-- Davi Rutenberg

Hormone replacement caution
Demonstrators angry at Egypt runoff candidates 
'Moonrise Kingdom' sets per-screen-average box office record

Ask The Oracle

Precedents are quickly spoiled,
like a cartoon snowball rolling downhill,
a catastrophe guaranteed to keep everyone in stitches.

Predictions are often doomed by someone else's stubbornness.
It seems nothing was learned,
aside from the fact that I was blatantly misquoted.

But how feeble an oracle would I be
if I had no delusional suspicions?
Disappointingly, they are not copyrightable.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Euro Crisis: Is the Currency (Finally) Doomed?
Caught Holding the Facebook Bag
Google is cleared of Java patent infringement in Android

Friday, May 11, 2012

Optimistic Summer Weekend

One who starts out early can run a long way
with a baton, on a beach,
on which the high tides have imprinted a natural timeline.

He describes the way the brightest part of the sky
coincides with the closest show of folksy marketing,
but he won't be superstitious in the 7-Eleven.

Michael Jackson's new video, "the MAking of SODA pop"
reportedly will feature one billion cans of Pepsi.
(Also, werewolves.)

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Zuckerberg Plays Host in New Facebook IPO Video
Michael Jackson To Appear On Pepsi Cans
The Supermoon is Upon Us