Theater of the political absurd returns to Hoboken
The political environment in Hoboken is known for its historical harshness.
The "On the Waterfront" brutality on the docks with rugged longshoreman and ruthless mob control has been co-opted by strollers and kinder political fare in recent days. Hoboken council meetings of late could fit right in with ones in Summit or Franklin Lakes; the Mile Square has traversed a long way.
Contrasting further, the divide between the centuries show that when it comes to a dividing line; bats, sticks and fists are replaceable with a judge's gavel using the courts as a tool for similar violent ends discouraging residents from applying their First Amendment rights.
It all starts with a checkbook.
Grafix Avenger, the Mile Square's resident satirist breaks it down sharing the mirth of combining ice prancing and relatives dropping dead. It's the death du jour time of the season brought to you courtesy of North Jersey's best satirical humorist.
So with that, here's the latest GA incarnation and just what Hoboken needs: funerals on ice.
|How do you combine utter vanity with death and ice prancing?|
Look, if there's a wallet and a fool, there's a way.
Moving on to another local story burning up the presses at the Hudson Reporter, the weekend rag dug deep to come up with this one: one man's title purchase of a NYC camping outfit.
Give the Hudson Distorter credit, when they are bought at least they stay bought. That says something these days although I'm not sure what.
Grafix Avenger has all the details for what it's worth. We're not sure how relevant any of it is beyond the purchase itself.
|Richard Mason: latest purchase not an oil painting of self |
over the mantle in the living room.
Some anonymous Grafix Avenger commenters are diving right into the recent absurdity.
Oh and how they dive in.