Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Irony hereafter, and after

This upstream comment from Richard Parks is worth highlighting:
Tom Lehrer once said that he knew that "Satire was dead when they gave Henry Kissinger the Nobel Peace Prize."

I'm not sure if irony is dead yet, but this President is sure making multiple attempts on its life.
Have I lately plugged Richard's fine novella Hereafter, and After, from PS Publishing? Consider it plugged anew.

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