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Wednesday, 20 December 2006

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Long-Time Reader Who No Longer Cares

Anyone else remember when this blog was funny?

J. Lupton

I beg to differ: I've spent the evening laughing, unable to stop picturing "tidy bulwarks against the possibility of suck" and the forces aligned against them.

Gary

Gotta agree with J. Lupton. This post is funny. The "tidy bulwarks" line is golden.

Rich Puchalsky

The only non-amusing thing about this thread is the involuntary attempt to guess which of Scott's long-term trolls is "Long-Time Reader", or whether it could really be a lurker. Trolls are boring.

Luther Blissett

Kaplan's a really cool person. I'm already a little sick of the "American exceptionalism/imperialism" cottage industry in lit crit, but when it's done well, well, it's done well.

agua fruta

"Those who can do, do." heh heh

cf:
The Critic, Jay Sherman: "Camus can do, but Sartre is smartre..."
Homer Simpson: "Well Scooby Doo can doo-doo, but Jimmy Carter is smarter."

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