We've always been at war with Oceania... or is it... hmmm?

           "We seek him here, we seek him there,
             our hitmen seek him everywhere
             who knows where the SOB's hidin'
             that damned elusive Osama bin Ladn?"

             "Doctor Benway -- how long will the taxpayers 

              put up with this incredibly expensive search?"

            "Just as long as we can keep it going."



AT&T's TV commerical -- cognitive dissonance

They took a beautiful personal magical song by Nick Drake (From the Morning) perhaps the last one he recorded -- a solitary artist who put his heart and soul into completely original work, and combined it with the latest monumental monstrosity by the Christo Corporate Franchise which once again purveys gigantic pieces of crap involving no more imagination than wrapping everything in sight with orange polyester cloth.

The way a REAL artist, Salvatore Scarpitta, described it some 30+ years ago when Christo's act was still new: 

"The only things I wrap are things I made myself. 
  What Christo does is what any clerk at Macy's does."

Christo -- big corporate money for the sort of bright shiny empty shit even a CEO can understand. Gigantic versions of Bank Lobby Art.

Lenny Bruce described Christo's work perfectly even though he died years before Christo came up with his scam:

   There's a big difference between 
   a big piece of art with a little shit in the middle,
   and a big piece of shit with a little art in the middle. 

   One's a piece of art and the other's a piece of shit.


Amazing that Dan Quayle's brat is screaming about "DRUG PROBLEMS" in America

Ben Quayle's primary ad --- given that during the poppy Bush admin, it's pretty well established that nearly ALL the arrangements for the gigantic drug deal they had going (a coke deal involving tons of coke, and the dirty-job specialists of the Somoza regime used their money to buy guns and then shoot up and blow up hospitals and schools -- "Because they're GOVERNMENT..." --) whether or not Daddy Dan knew what was going on (any more than he knew what was going on with anything) all the arrangements went through his daddy's office.


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