Category Archives: Polite Insult

A type of insult or characterization that may be useful either in a direct confrontation or when describing a political adversary

Shakespeare and Unforgotten War Crimes

“…. O, it presses to my memory, Like damned guilty deeds to sinners’ minds.” (Romeo and Juliet, act 3, sc. 2) Fifteen years is a long time for the collective memory of people. Collective drunkenness is not indispensable for collective … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Shenanigans of the New Jersey’s Governor

“… and you shall not sin, If you do say we think him over-proud And under-honest; in self-assumption greater Than in the note of judgment.” (Troilus and Cressida, act 2, sc. 3) That history repeats itself is an adage with … Continue reading

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