Week 2 of the See More Evil newsletter. Subscribe, and rediscover love.
Today’s Fortune: You can’t make an omelette without breaking a few commandments.
The Dennard Dayle Newsletter
August 24, 2021
GameStop’s up again, unless you read this after lunch.
The Supreme Court upheld the ban on the tired, the poor, and huddled masses yearning to breathe free.
Andrew Cuomo lost his Emmy, reversing ten years of corruption.
Image Comics cofounder Rob Liefeld tried arguing on the internet, hurting his Image.
Facebook’s Metaverse promises to bring the office to your home, hotel, and afterlife.
Giant turtles like swallowing birds whole, a discovery ruining dozens of cutesy brand mascots.
Forrest Gump lied. Not just about powering through childhood disability, or the wisdom of marrying a mescaline addict. But the idea that you never know what’s coming next.
Life’s on a pretty predictable loop. If you stop and squint, you can see the course of most diets, relationships, and invasions of Afghanistan. The challenge is making something different happen.
I spent five years running on a Möbius strip: maximum motion with minimal change. Watching things happen again feels incredible. I finally have a real chance be a writer, the one non-Batman thing I’ve ever wanted to be.
Introducing: “Side Effects Include Survival.” A humble, only slightly enraged campaign for the people dragging us further down the viral spiral.
I made a handful of MTA floor decal parodies, had them printed by the only fairly priced vinyl print shop in America, and got to work spreading them around New York City. Here’s a snippet:
It’s probably legal.
On Weeaboo Hell, we’re doing Book Reports again. It’s a simple game: we each read different manga, and presented our findings. Sam’s illiterate, so he put a slight twist on the theme.
I like how it came out, so I split it into two parts to milk it. Part One’s up here.
Once upon a time, TaskRabbit put out the most abrasive campaign of my lifetime. Until a startup called Bodega promised to “put bodegas out of business” in the same month.
Everything Abridged is still coming in April. The only book to cure gout, ennui, and any viruses that might be floating around at the time.
I have two pranks/campaigns/attacks on public property on deck. I’ll try to space them out a bit for impact, but I’ve got no impulse control.
One Sentence Reviews
Southland: I’m glad we solved police violence after this came out. (4/5)
AEW Rampage – The First Dance: Wrestling’s unpaused. (5/5)
Summerslam 2021: Well, mostly unpaused. (2/5)
Volt: A Crank ripoff shouldn’t be boring. (1/5)
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