"Apparently, a concern for others is self-love at its least attractive, while greed is now a sign of the highest altruism. But then to reverse, periodically, the meanings of words is a very small price to pay for our vast freedom not only to conform but to consume."
Monday, August 14, 2006
Movie review time. Talladega Nights was the truest depiction of that rarified individual--the Southern person--I've seen in a while. Will Farrell gives the dirt on the making of the film. Meanwhile, Hesiod posits that George Bush is really Jean Gerard, Ricky Bobby's archrival (a gay, jazz-loving Frenchman).