Sunday, March 22, 2009


Best quote of the day:
For some years past, people who pretended to scholarly study of literature had to master the opacities of deconstructionism, which the uncharitable insisted was an assertion that texts have no meaning, demonstrated by example. -- from John McIntyre
I was just thinking about deconstructionists, and how they all had something to hide. If you had written something to be ashamed of, no wonder you would come up with a theory that texts meant nothing. How could they have made fools of so many intelligent people for so long?

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