We tried flooding the cellars with water but the firemen got drunk instead

The revolutionary buttress runs up against anti-discipline and the "towering" 1847 vintage of Chateau d'Yquem.

A very suspicious weaving in the cellar.  Meanwhile, the hydraulics of desire break down spilt to get licked in the gutter.


Anonymous said...

This, rather than the Bolsheviks (who repressed these outbreaks of joviality) is a model for the party revolutionaries should aim to build.

socialism and/or barbarism said...

Agreed. The hard discipline it takes to give up military and bureaucratic "discipline" models of the party. The far more difficult - precise and sloppy and falling down - task of infecting the city.