Wednesday, November 07, 2001

See this

for a beautiful example of stealing a voice to say something otherwise incredibly difficult to put into words. Note that the author is pillorying his victim by stealing someone elses voice and ascribing it to the victim - "putting words in his mouth" - you might say . . . . .

Neither his own voice nor that of his target, and certainly not the One True Voice of either, yet it expresses his views more strongly than he probably could do unaided.

Beautiful To Watch.

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