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The Grey Album is less great in retrospect

sep 10
2008

Downtown Nodak

Klosterman in Time Out. "People talk about how strange it must have been growing up on a farm in North Dakota. But I think kids who grow up in Manhattan have the weirdest understanding of what the world is like. They essentially don't even live in America. They live in this place where nobody drives, where you can get anything you want at any given time, where diversity is normal. A political moderate here is somebody who, like, doesnt want McCain to die. To me, that would be weird."

3 comments

I don't know what I like more: Klosterman's great answers, or how the interviewer has no idea what to do with them and so decides to just change topics.

posted by Dan at 5:47 AM on September 11, 2008

He's my idol!

posted by Katie K at 2:48 PM on September 12, 2008

This may be the best description of contemporary American culture I have read to date.

posted by Andrew Simone at 12:18 AM on September 15, 2008




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