February 22, 2002

Yet Another Handy Idiot-List: Blogger

Yet Another Handy Idiot-List: Blogger Peter Biffra on to dissolve NATO, effect the "abolishment of so-called Hague Tribunal," and yet put NATO leaders on trial for war crimes. "Heroic defence put up by the Serb people was also defence of law, justice and humanism," they claim, implausibly. Biffra also makes this comment:

Regarding Pinter, and the quote from Tennessee Williams, I thought it might be worth mentioning that he was indeed the world's 'greatest living contemporary playwright'. But that was forty years ago, he's all written out, and has been for decades. Made me think that he's a bit like Noam Chomsky, who did some ground-breaking research and thinking in linguistics and language acquisition, but by the time he was 35, zilch. So off he goes into a whole different sphere, and look at the consequences. Two guys who are finished and world-famous by middle-age and looking for new worlds to conquer.

Posted by at February 22, 2002 02:04 PM
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February 22, 2002

Yet Another Handy Idiot-List: Blogger

Yet Another Handy Idiot-List: Blogger Peter Biffra of Public Interest fame unearths this similar list of 254 signatures on a petition to dissolve NATO, effect the "abolishment of so-called Hague Tribunal," and yet put NATO leaders on trial for war crimes. "Heroic defence put up by the Serb people was also defence of law, justice and humanism," they claim, implausibly. Biffra also makes this comment:

Regarding Pinter, and the quote from Tennessee Williams, I thought it might be worth mentioning that he was indeed the world's 'greatest living contemporary playwright'. But that was forty years ago, he's all written out, and has been for decades. Made me think that he's a bit like Noam Chomsky, who did some ground-breaking research and thinking in linguistics and language acquisition, but by the time he was 35, zilch. So off he goes into a whole different sphere, and look at the consequences. Two guys who are finished and world-famous by middle-age and looking for new worlds to conquer.

Posted by at February 22, 2002 02:04 PM
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