Today’s Fortune: Turn yourself in. They have the building surrounded.
The Dennard Dayle Newsletter
January 26, 2022
A Vatican edict denounced making fun of Vatican edicts.
A Florida law demands voters prove their grandfather wasn’t woke.
Analysts expect a Web3 bubble burst around the end of this sentence.
Stephen Breyer announced his surprise retirement from the most stressful legal job in America.
A “Great Resignation” thinkpiece writer switched to more fulfilling work.
Surveys indicate the best newsletters come out a few hours late.
Somehow, someway, I’m a Columbia adjunct professor now. It doesn’t make sense to me either. Hopefully I only drive one student into therapy.
A fun surprise: there’s a preorder giveaway for my book Everything Abridged through Barnes & Noble, with the code PREORDER25. It runs until Friday. Get in now to silence the negative voice in your head.
I glanced at news from a few different pits today. They all characterize polarization as a problem. Which makes the op-eds more than a little confusing. It feels like a speech on pacifism from Kublai Khan.
I’ve been trying a new sleep strategy: none. So far, it’s liberating. Deadline pressure is a thing of the past when the day gets a third longer. It’s perfect, aside from occasionally passing out in public.
Befitting my status as an ivy league educator, we’re still marching through a reread of Naruto on Weeaboo Hell. Expect the third round in the near future.
I’m still playing around with a Twitter text adventure, Space Vengeance – Retaliation. We’ve hit the retaliation part.
Remember that time traveler short? It’s hard for me to forget.
We’re three months away from Everything Abridged‘s release. Which, as I mentioned, you can preorder for 25% off with the code PREORDER25 until Friday.
I have two articles in the pipeline. I think they’ll start some entertaining flamewars. It’s like inspiring people, but much, much funnier.
Insane Nonsense From Broken Minds limps towards reality. I’m a big fan of the artist’s style, and willingness to draw the horrors I write down.
One Sentence Reviews
Erasure – The best flavor of bitterness. (4.5/5)
Aziz Ansari: Nightclub Comedian – Exists. (2.5/5)
Clown Girl – All the Pagliacci depression the title promises. (4/5)
Thanks for reading Extra Evil, the newsletter that definitely came out this morning.