Surrealism in Everyday Life

If I wrote something like this, not that I would, it would probably be parody or something.

I've known Brad a long time, although I don't get to see him as often as I'd like these days. He can be very funny, but he has a different sort of humor, so when he writes something like this…

King Lear Blogging:

King Lear at the California Shakespeare Theater. Very well done.

There are, of course, the Berkeley moments: the announcement beforehand that there is a silver Prius in the parking lot with its interior lights on, and four men (including me) get up to check…

Were I Berkeley law professor John Yoo, I would never agree to take part in the production and come on stage to waterboard and then blind the Earl of g And I would never agree to make Gloucester confess not just to conspiring with Cordelia and the French but also to being the twentieth highjacker…

…I'm forced to believe it might actually have happened.

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2 Responses to Surrealism in Everyday Life

  1. Brad DeLong says:

    Come on. Did I assert that it happened?


  2. Michael says:

    But. But. You even blogged that you have a Prius….

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