Amerika is Drowning in a Bloody Crimson TideHenry James Korn | Henry James Korn
More than forty years on, Krazy questions regarding the formation of Ronald Reagan's character, particularly in relation to sadistic social policies and imperial ambitions, remain unanswered. A close reading of Reagan's smarmy autobiography, Where's the Rest of Me, published in 1965 yields numerous lurid details suggesting sports violence experienced in childhood may have shaped his sociopathic tendencies. In a particularly striking passage in his memoir, Reagan remembers sitting on an elderly Auntie's creepy horsehair sofa surrounded by an eerie and sour scented collection of moldy books, desiccated flowers and stuffed birds. Then Reagan wrote "the morbid spell cast by my dream world of relics, stuffed animals and books was smashed in the teeth" by what the late President characterized as "the rough reality of football." A highly peculiar-sounding explication follows i.e. "Out in the fields I disliked beating snakes to death because they seemed to suffer but I got a wild exhilaration