Media Mix VIII: It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times


A lot of people like to say that objective morality is a fallacy; that we live in a world without good or evil, but only innumerable moral gradations complicated endlessly by circumstance and intention.

Sounds rational. Plausible, even. But all that goes out the window when you end up listening to new albums by Elvis Costello and Clay Aiken in the same week.

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2 responses to “Media Mix VIII: It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

  1. Are you the asshole that totally lied about Clay Aiken’s new album in Washington Post? That review is so full of crap, it turned the whole paper brown.

  2. Lleab Nevets

    Well personally, I thought the mini-review at the post was witty and too kind by half.

    C’mon … Aiken’s got his fans, but surely they don’t expect critical opinion in the wider world to take the guy seriously, do they?

    Well, I guess at least one does.

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