Past Imperfect – #70

It appears that someone on the Admissions Staff at Saint Bernadette’s School for Chaste and Modest Girls made a slight error. Sister Ecclesiasta Mae had something to say about that. “How in Heaven’s glowing name did all of these scoundrels get in here?” Sister Ruthina Anastasia did not […]

Past Imperfect – #69

Six degrees of snarkeration… Take 1: Some people will do anything to get more likes on Facebook. Take 2: Congress tries once again to pass any kind of respectable legislation this year. Take 3: The revolving door of White House press secretaries tries to put a spin on […]

Past Imperfect – #284

Deep in thought, Buster contemplated the complexity of his existence. Why does the sofa behind me seem oddly placed? What are those tassels all about? Does something extraordinary happen when you pull them? Where are all the other guests? Did I miss an important signal from the host? […]

Past Imperfect – #300

On the surface, everything in this shot seemed to be working perfectly. Ginger looked rather ravishing, her skin aglow from a recent tryst in Big Sur. Her dress was divine, fashioned by an alcoholic designer who had sobered up enough to make sure the material was cut so […]

Past Imperfect – #66

Despite the dreary London weather, Lady Penelope was still very excited about being in the Royal Procession to christen the newest bidet installed at Buckingham Palace. She could hardly wait to queue up at place where queueing up would soon become standard procedure. There was a knock on […]

Past Imperfect – #414

In a moment of hysterical vanity, Portia commissioned a trendy designer to create a dress that would make it look like hundreds of angels were worshipping the success of her low-carb diet. Seven minutes later, a random maidservant pointed out that her couture also looked like hundreds of […]