Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Genuine Self-Abuse

Via Arts and Letters Daily, this in the Washington Post from a man who spent 24 hours immersed in political punditry. Like a so-so sitcom, it has it's moments, but is entirely predictable and eventually rather tedious, like doing a study of what happens to a group of people when you hit their feet with a hammer. Perhaps it's just me. I can't even sit through an hour straight of Keith Olbermann, and I like him.

1 comment:

Dale said...

Do you ever have the experience of realizing you've been almost completely tuning out the back-and-forth pundit shouting and it has become something like cacophonous bird calls?

I get that quite often. Then in self-loathing I change the channel. But for some reason I always seem to find my way back.