Monday, December 13, 2010

Our Intrepid Reporters

Concerning the recent episode of Sarah Palin's Alaska with Kate Gosselin sharing a camping trip with Sarah Palin, the Washington Post's blog, Compost, had this to say:

Last night's episode of Sarah Palin's Alaska was an exercise in perspective. Move the lens even a bit, and I'm sure the picture would change. From Kate Gosselin's perspective, the afternoon of Fun 'n Campin' 'n Roughin' It With the Palins, Alaska-style, probably becomes a nightmarish affair of dampness and numbness and danger. The closest analogue I can come up with is the time James Joyce and Marcel Proust shared a taxi.

Or the time that Curtis LeMay and Jean-Paul Sartre were stuck in an elevator for nearly an hour.

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