Author Archives: Midge Wordsley

Ancient Temple Uncovered in Wisconsin

No one knows how the Master Masons of America managed to build this great church of strip mall wonder. Continue reading

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Distinguished Contributor Greg Discovers Divinely Graced Church

MMOA is pleased to feature its first guest post. Here at MMOA, we have a brimming editorial calendar. The average wait time for a submission to be posted is eleven years. However, due to the exceptional quality of this submission, its … Continue reading

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Erections of Sublimity

MMOA is pleased to present its first reader-contributed feature. This handsome horizontal silo exhibits the hallowed spirit that is deep-seated within all the great structures that are lovingly conceived and expertly executed by Master Masons of America. The delivery-truck service … Continue reading

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MMOA Denies Midwestern Office Towers the Coveted MMOA Award

Buildings that qualify as having been built by Master Masons of America are expertly appraised on a rigorous 10-point scale. MMOA regrets that the office towers pictured on the left, located on the barren outskirts of a midsized Midwestern city, … Continue reading

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MMOA Commends Master Mason Bill Bonnaire With Posthumous MMOA Award

Master Mason Bill Bonnaire is the discerning virtuoso behind the breathtaking Best Buy pictured above. Born in 1846, Bonnaire began building wonders such as Chartres Cathedral in 1847. The legendary vanguard was a prodigy who conceived his revolutionary approach to building in … Continue reading

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Is Contemporary Architecture Fuxed?

Midge Wordsley’s entry for the term auto-fux was recently approved by the editors of the Urban Dictionary. The word, meaning “the act of arrogant programs such as Microsoft Word second-guessing the user and introducing misspellings and grammatical errors into otherwise … Continue reading

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Sacred Spires

What sort of dignified establishment does this pseudo-classical building house, you ask? A bank? A municipal office? A funeral home? The clue is in the fake cupola that has been snapped onto the commodious vinyl roof like a LEGO. It … Continue reading

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