Fortune Cookie Blog (strong leaders)

 

The leader with strong, chronic character flaws can be the pits.
Metaphorically speaking, his ‘tude oft reeks of strong, offensive
body odor. If this issue doesn’t readily go out the window, then
parted voting booth curtains may be our only source of fresh air.

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s Gray’s Anatomy Tutorial ~ 1 Quick Limerick #056

 

The tyrant has thin-skin, thickhead, heart of stone,
His hostile eyes glower, he lacks funny bone,
He has entrails between ears,
Gas passes “thoughts” thru lips’ sneers,
He sits on reptilian brain, overgrown!

 

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One Quick Limerick (#006)

 

American government and the American pastime (a.k.a. baseball) both have sets of rules to ensure the players don’t run amok. As for the former… well… read on…

 

A tyrant, not on the ball, waits on deck,

He has not batted, yet. But, what the heck?

He steals home plate! It’s a scam!

Claims to have hit a Grand Slam!

Blind-eyed umpires, don’t keep him in check!

 

Alternate version…

 

A tyrant, who’s off the wall, waits on deck,

He has not batted, yet. But, what the heck?

He steals home plate! It’s a scam!

Fibs he has hit a Grand Slam!

Blind-eyed umpires, don’t keep him in check!