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You cannot have a contemporary prison without contemporary furniture.
—Clouseau

Jun 042021
 

One must not treat actors, athletes, rock stars, or television journalists as if they were sentient adults. They are performing monkeys, like children better seen than heard, and not entirely responsible for their own actions.

Apr 292021
 

Hatred, at a very high pitch, becomes a difference not of degree but of kind — a second order, where one hates not just the object but anyone who likes it.

Apr 232021
 

Never tell a man he’s funny: the idea, once implanted, is impossible, in spite of all evidence to the contrary, to dislodge.

Apr 022021
 

To prefer the strange to the familiar, the far to the near, is in an adolescent a pretentious and mildly endearing tic; in an adult, a disease.

Mar 182021
 

There would be less loose talk if the messenger were shot more often.

Mar 152021
 

Humanity is forever in the grip of various mass hysterias, like little puddles of mimetic polyalloy, which occasionally gather themselves together, and then you have Terminator 2.

Mar 102021
 

What is praise for the living but the wistful hope that someday, somehow, it will be requited?