Bush as Faulker’s Benjy, and more

  • From Sam Apple’s “The Administration and the Fury (If William Faulkner were writing on the Bush White House)”:

    “Hush now,” Dick said. “This aint no laughing matter. He know lot more than folks think.” Dick patted me on the back good and hard. “Come on now, Georgie,” Dick said. “Never mind you, Rummy.”

    We walked down steps to the office. There were paintings of old people on the walls and the room was round like a circle and Condi was sitting on my desk. Her legs were crossed.

  • Two new lists in one: “Banned Books in the Year 2191” and “Last Lines From Best American Short Stories Not Yet Written”


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