Category: Summer Satire - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Summer Satire
by | Aug 30, 2022

Almost everything is broken in Italy, except the pizzas, which they serve you whole so that you can break them. I find it hard to write about the country responsible for both the boot and Tuscany, because my Mediterranean soul…

by | Aug 26, 2022

If you’re tired of tending your farm, you’re in luck: there are plenty of people in town willing to pay to break their own backs. It’s true that they are not very skilled in agricultural matters, but the same thing…

by | Aug 16, 2022

When I don’t know what to propose for the new school year, I always end up with the same resolution: to do sports. It’s a kind of punishment that we are all gluttons for, as if we were aspiring to…

by | Aug 9, 2022

Of all the animals on Earth, there is only one capable of sparking a nuclear catastrophe, causing a pileup on the highway, and making several people fall down the stairs simultaneously. It is the fly. That genetic accident. That damned…

by | Aug 2, 2022

Governments spend a lot of money on promoting tourism, but then they have beaches full of sand. It is unacceptable. There are beautiful coasts almost everywhere in the world. From far away, you see them shining, and you shoot beautiful…

by | Jul 26, 2022

In summer we come across verbs that do not exist during the rest of the year. One of them is “to inflate.” In winter it is not necessary to inflate anything. The fireplace, books, and the PlayStation come already inflated….

by | Jul 19, 2022

Paris is not worth visiting. When you get there, you will have the distinct feeling of having been there before. Those people who spend all day uploading pictures of France on social networks are to blame. I understood just how…

by | Sep 10, 2021

Even the longest nights (and Joe Biden’s terms) come to an end. Summer is over. Let’s observe a moment of silence in memory of our best swims. We say goodbye to many things. The beachfront traffic jams, the hangovers, the…

by | Sep 3, 2021

The deck chair’s purpose is that one be able to enjoy the beach without coming into direct contact with any of the sand. This can also be achieved with a paraglider, but it would be much more complicated for me…

by | Aug 20, 2021

It’s all to do with aging. The ways we enjoy summer change. Shakespeare once said: “from the age of 40 onwards, there is no summer without fishing” (okay, I can’t guarantee this particular stupidity is really Shakespeare’s). So, as an…

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