Oh. My. I’m just re-reading our sentences from this evening. Upon reading A. Leland’s, I remembered his comment that it might not be suitable for posting.
Ah. Far be it from me to censor A. Leland or any one else– although I’ll add a comma or two.
It will, I hope, be taken as no imprecation if I borrow a page from Alex Baldwin’s portfolio and condemn all of the liberal sackhounds grovelling beneath the groin of progressivism to hell.–A. Leland
His hatred for his sworn enemy was so ingrained that the imprecation he muttered on his grave [deathbed?] was expected.–Mr. Big Food
The weather has become an imprecation on the whole farming community.–Miss M
Alexander Hamilton’s influence on our founding documents was a lasting imprecation on our liberty.–Marica
I do not like Alexander Hamilton, the “brat bastard of a Scotch peddler.”
No offense to Scotch peddlers. It was John Adams who described Hamilton thusly. I’ve yet to uncover the reasons that explain how the Jamaican-born brat bastard came to have so much influence over G. Washington and others.