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Monday, August 22, 2005

This is your brain on drugs, forty years later

Joan "Blackface" Baez rears her empty head at Camp This Country Is Not Worth Dying For. She concludes that it's, like, heavy, baby:

"It was the final tear for the overflow and you can't stop running water," she said. "Cindy's was the final tear."

In 1966 you could talk like that and at least claim to be fashionable. In the '80s, girls at my high school wrote poetry like that and people laughed cruelly. Don't you just cringe for these aging baby boomers? They have no shame at all. Never start your second childhood until you've finished your first.

Via Althouse.