Hell hath no Fury like a woman scorned. E.L. Eversman, the AutoMuse, writes to say, "Excellent Blawg Review Awards!"
I might have known that that wench Themis would turn her nose up at awarding anything to a Muse. She was always jealous of us. Between the Graces and the Muses we did all the real work, but who gets all the glory? That's right, little Miss Justice and those god-awful Fates and Furies. Now, I ask you, is that any way to run a world? I'll bet when I start the Nemesis blawg everyone will sit up and take notice. Terpsichore is upstairs crying her eyes out, Clio is drowning her heartache in ice cream, but Erato is screaming for a rematch after reading you gave Creative Law Blog to that Haiku-wonk.In Greek mythology, Nemesis is the goddess of divine justice and vengeance. Her anger is directed toward human transgression of the natural right order of things, and of the arrogance causing it. Nemesis pursues the insolent and the wicked with inflexible vengeance. She is portrayed as a serious looking woman, in her left hand a whip, a rein, a sword, or a pair of scales. In the Hellenistic period she was portrayed with a wheel. Heh, indeed.