I donšt get your point...? Simpsons was not part of the everlasting crap
that start at Dallas and veers to a thousand shows to land at American/or
French or UK...Idol...in fact Simpsons was one bright witty spark..I sure
didnšt exactly like it but it was very witty...Išm more into Deadwood...and
used to be heavily into Jonathan Winters and Lenny Bruce when I first
arrived in NY...and still listen to them once in a while...
On 8/11/09 3:55 PM, "Kevin Burton Smith" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Oh-so-French Steve wrote:
>> > No some people donšt watch TV or at least not the crap you describe...
> But Thomas Pynchon does. He even appeared on The Simpsons.
> Evidently, Pynchon doesn't sneer at Americans and their pop culture
> (of which he's very much a part) quite as much as some of his more
> elitist fans do.
> There's an interesting essay in this Sunday's NYTBR about pop culture,
> by the way. And for you total fans out there, Pynchon narrates his own
> promo video for INHERENT VICE. You can see (and hear it) at
> I'm reading INHERENT VICE myself right now, and so far I'm failing to
> see what the fuss -- either way -- is about. Reminds me a lot of
> Crumley, with a definite touch of Altman's LONG GOODBYE tossed in.
> Nothing particularly original, but nothing particularly bad, either.
> I'm enjoying it.
> Kevin Burton Smith
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