Is Good is Bad? Well, in the contemporary lexicon of some hip dudes and the dread-locked, bad is good.
But, as the bard from Avon quipped: “A rose by any other name is still a rose” and, in RK’s universe, no matter how much good one tries to smear on bad, it always remains, just that, bad.
As you all know, we have ridiculed the rug-idiot professor from Virginia Commonwealth University and his numbskull cohorts ad nauseam here on RugKazbah.com and the fact we have not done so lately definitely is not due to the fact these clowns have managed to raise the bar on their public malapropisms and stupid comments and opinions about antique rugs.
Far to the contrary, it has been full speed ahead for professor steev price et.al. to make mockery of the idea the turkohtek dot com website site comes anywhere close to fulfilling its lofty credos and alleged raison d’etre.
Case in point is their latest saloon presentation “Salon 116: Good, Better, Best: An Analogous Salon. by R. John Howe”.
So far all the submitted entries are, at best, number 5’s on a scale of 1-10. Many even fall below that mediocre mark.
And the commentaries offered up so far are laughable and typically pathetically amateurish. Naturally, price’s are leading the way.
We suggest readers with time on their hands surf over and have a peek for themselves and don’t miss steev the rug dunce’s take on the three kaitags he posted.
But rather than believing anything he says, we’d have to suggest these, and all other kaitags we’ve seen, should never have been used to cover some poor baby’s head to avoid the “evil eye”(as price claims) but rather been used to wipe up what didn’t make it successfully down their alimentary canals, as is wont the situation whenever little ones have their feeding time.