Friday, April 13, 2007

Fake Memories

The deeper fakery of Katie Couric's plagiarized commentary.

1 comment:

Tom said...

So let me get this straight: "It's fake even if it's true because it does not have a deeper meaning that might be feigned but is real--unless it's commentary when it should be opinion, in which case it does not matter whether it's true or not, except when it does. But keep in mind that true only means meaning, not truth, which is fake. Because Picasso said so in a story that may or may not be fake, but has meaning."

What a bunch of claptrap.