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Missourah.com is a weblog on the Interweb with hyperlinks to dot coms. What else could you possibly need to know?

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Written by adminiskater

July 23rd, 2009 at 8:46 pm

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  1. Are you serious or joking? I am concerned that I am unable to tell as I can usually spot a satire site quite easily. Either your satire is a bit too straight-man for me or you may want to seriously reevaluate your presentation. Anyway it was fun and I got a chuckle, unless of course it is a serious site than I frowned and scowled. Ok, thanks, bye. 🙂

    Pdizzle

    30 Aug 09 at 5:03 pm

  2. The INTERNETS is failings!

    Roger Moore

    31 Aug 09 at 6:49 am

  3. I’m in full sympathy with your apparent political point of view, but I do think you misinterpret Stephen Fry’ remarks at the Auburn game. I believe he’s not condescending to what he observes. He’s merely flummoxed by it, because it’s so different from the British cultural experience. He uses common adjectives, not juvenile sarcasm, in his attempt to grasp the multiple paradoxes of what he sees.

    In the end, he feels an affection for it and for America. It reminds me of a comment made by a British art historian of how the cartoonist R. Crumb’s vision is like that of the medieval artist Breugel. Like Breugel, Crumb sees “lusting, suffering, crazed humanity.” Now who in America would see that? No one. But it’s thoughtful, perhaps insightful. So, too, with Fry. Insightful to his principal audience back in Britain. Not particularly snarky, if you know just how sardonic the British can be.

    George

    16 Sep 11 at 12:29 am

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