16 April 2004

Two column quotes in one day...well, they were just THAT good.

"'The truth is,' as Tony Blair had said earlier in the week, 'faced with this struggle, on which our own fate hangs, a significant part of Western opinion is sitting back, if not half-hoping we fail, certainly replete with schadenfreude at the difficulty we find.' Indeed, nobody enjoys taking pleasure in the misfortune of others with greater relish than the ragged remnants of the counterculture, who never found their way home from the '60s and who sit now in the shade of their own impotence, simmering with bitter frustration."

- Wes Pruden

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