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Tim Parks, whose essays tend to bemuse me, as if he and I were not living in the same universe, nevertheless says much that I agree with and find refreshing in his latest, … 1,045 more words
Evaluating satire (8 minute read)
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Since satire has this practical and pragmatic purpose, the criteria for assessing it are fairly simple: if it doesn’t point toward positive change, or encourage people to think in a more enlightened way, it has failed.
SOUNDTRACK: LER & HERB during the hiatus (1999-2003 & 1994-2003)
During the years that Ler and Herb were out of Primus, it’s a fair question to wonder what they were up to. 634 more words