Tuesday, October 30, 2007

A Good Nokes, a Bad Nokes, and Anglo-Saxon Prose

The Good Nokes admires Chertoff, in a limited way.

Orwell's essay.

("Good Nokes" might imply a "Bad Nokes," of course. But all I could find is a Nokes who was once, by his own admission, bad, but who is now good.)

1 comment:

Dr. Richard Scott Nokes said...

Actually, I am the bad Nokes. I was the evil twin, but I strangled the good twin in the womb and hid the body.


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