Category: criticism

Antivirus Antihacker

February 2, 2019 I’m going to edit the old Antivirus, and in the meantime it remains here, at the top of the list. Every Roman Satire I’ve been working on, over these years, already has a shorter version of the

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  • 29th Jan, 2019

John Bishop and Joyce’s Dublin, 2004

Lat edit on Fri, Jan 18, 2019 While I was writing The Ebony Goddess, I had a new idea to revise a previous article about John in Dublin, and I also created a new Antivirus that you can see at

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  • 9th Jan, 2019

Antivirus Antihacker

February 2, 2019 I’m going to edit the old Antivirus, and in the meantime it remains here, at the top of the list. Every Roman Satire I’ve been working on, over these years, already has a shorter version of the

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  • 2nd May, 2018

Why does Yale endorse my academic satire?

Yale endorses my websites admitting that there are no jobs in the humanities.   Here’s my honest girlfriend, Pam Schirmeister: “What we’re seeing is that students on graduation are not getting tenure-track jobs. They’re getting a one-year job here. They’re getting a

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  • 11th Apr, 2018

Let’s celebrate 200,000 views a day!

Why don’t you put this great pix on your Vita, you buttfuck?  It’s official: I started my sites of ACADEMIC SATIRE 5 years ago and my stats indicate 200,000 human VIEWS (not robots) EVERY DAY  from 46 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES in

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  • 8th Apr, 2018

The Russian conspiracy theory

Two Russian comedians’ phone prank against U.S. Rep Adam Schiff Even though American universities have been filled with Communist parasites such as Moira Fradinger and Katie Trumpener at least since the late Sixties, here we are, having to listen to

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  • 15th Mar, 2018

Antivirus Antihacker

February 2, 2019 I’m going to edit the old Antivirus, and in the meantime it remains here, at the top of the list. Every Roman Satire I’ve been working on, over these years, already has a shorter version of the

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  • 20th Aug, 2017

Chapter III, Hamlet: the “Imperial Theme”

*** Quote, don’t plagiarize *** My scholarship is copyrighted at the U.S. Library of Congress. New Antivirus Antihacker at the end.  Measure for Measure Chapter III Hamlet: the “Imperial Theme” “The spirit that I have seen May be the devil,

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  • 12th Feb, 2017

Chapter I, Shakespeare’s Historical Background

My scholarship on Shakespeare, Joyce, Dante and Leonardo da Vinci is copyrighted at the Library of Congress. If you do not quote and acknowledge your sources, you are an academic fraud and a criminal stealing the work of real scholars.  My dissertation on

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  • 12th Feb, 2017