The Tiger and His Appetites

Who would participate in the breaking of the court for the sake of a seat on a broken court?

Petr Swedock
Oct 2, 2020 · 4 min read

“…and to remember that, in the past, those who foolishly sought power by riding the back of the tiger ended up inside.” JFK, inaugural address, 1961

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An unwieldy mix of the sacred and the profane, uneasily co-existing in an ever more fragile shell. Celebrating no-shave Nov since Sept 1989.

Indelible Ink

Non-fiction that resonates, stories that last

Petr Swedock

Written by

An unwieldy mix of the sacred and the profane, uneasily co-existing in an ever more fragile shell. Celebrating no-shave Nov since Sept 1989.

Indelible Ink

Non-fiction that resonates, stories that last

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