Schaap shamelessly serves seductive socialist sex

The BlogGeist seems to be in fine form at the moment. Like yours truly, Uberleftie blogger Rob Schaap has posted an item which shamelessly exploits sex. In contrast to mine, however, Rob’s piece has a certain passing intellectual elegance.

PS – Rob also pays out on Frog post-modernists. Another worthy piece, and well worth reading too.

BTW If you’re wondering about the photo of Sharon Stone, it’s because she’s mentioned in Rob’s post, in a strawberry jam context. Flimsy pretext indeed. Come to think of it, maybe Rob’s post wasn’t as elegant as I suggested.

About Ken Parish

Ken Parish is a legal academic, with research areas in public law (constitutional and administrative law), civil procedure and teaching & learning theory and practice. He has been a legal academic for almost 20 years. Before that he ran a legal practice in Darwin for 15 years and was a Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for almost 4 years in the early 1990s.
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Ron Mead
Ron Mead
2021 years ago

Ken,

As a tabloid headline writer you make a great lawyer. Don’t give up your day job, old chap!

Scott Wickstein
2021 years ago

I’ve noticed this trend- every month or so certain bloggers seem to get umm urges…

Geoff Honnor
Geoff Honnor
2021 years ago

It’s Rob Schaap lines like “It’s not you who wants to salve Sharon’s naked buttocks with strawberry jam and watch them quiver voluptuously as you stroke them with blanched celery” that really make you wonder. And in my case, I’m wondering why the celery is – seemingly necessarily – blanched.

Rob Schaap
2021 years ago

Is your artistry confined to the written word, Geoffrey? Surely you realise that the slightly boiled celery makes a softer more pleasing splat than its more rigid counterpart? And is it not obvious to the meanest imagination that the caress of the blanched celery wafts the strawberry jam into clover-leaf patterns far more sympathetic with the canvas than the fiercely jagged lines of , say, a Blue Poles – Mr Pollock’s expressionism being a style that may evoke a third dimension where only two pertain, but productive of jarring juxtapositions that would surely detract from the wealth of textured transdimensionality afforded by the peach-like undulations at issue?

Ah, would that I were not doomed ever to cast pearls before brutish swine.

Gianna
2021 years ago

Though being full of admiration for Rob’s Wilted Green Poles, could I just add that celery, whether blanched or rigid, is surely an acquired taste when coupled with jam.

James Russell
2021 years ago

I get urges all the time. I just resist the temptation to blog about them.

Scott Wickstein
2021 years ago

For which I’m very grateful for James.