I'm not sure if I agree with this 100%, but I like the way Buk cuts through the crepe. Mmm pancakes.
Charles Bukowski wrote:
the pest is always full of dry standard nonsense that he mistakes for self-wisdom, some of his favourite remarks are:
"there is no such thing as ALL bad. you say that all cops are bad. well they're not. I've met some good ones. there is such a thing as a good cop."
you never get a chance to explain to him that when a man puts that uniform on that he is the paid protector of things of the present time. he is here to see that things stay the way they are. if you like the way things are, then all cops are good cops. there is such a thing as ALL bad, but the pest is soaked in these addled and homespun philosophies and he will not let them go.