Jan 23, 2009

Your daily nonsense from the New York Times, volume 1.

From the TV section, the first paragraph of an article about a crime show, for heaven's sake:
During the past decade, Fox has rarely been the place to go looking for the lessons in collectivism manifest on series like “The Unit” and “Lost” and “Law & Order,” all of which pay tribute to collaborative problem-solving on networks not owned by Rupert Murdoch. Fox doesn’t smell like team spirit. It is a Randian territory of lone saviors (Jack Bauer, John Connor, Gregory House) bushwhacking through impending catastrophe with the weaponry of a singular genius.
What? Sounds like somebody is suffering from frusterated dreams of writing in the philosophy section.

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