Thursday, July 01, 2004


I'll have something lucid to say about Fahrenheit 9/11 someday. But I probably couldn't say it better than Jesse Kornbluth does here, in his July 1st entry.

One random thought does come to me: my mother-in-law spent most of WWII in Nazi concentration camps, pretending to be a Christian. She can still say the Hail Mary in Polish, more than 50 years later. She agrees that as terrible as things are now, the fact that they are often witnessed by video cameras means, as a therapist once told Carmella Soprano, we can never say "we didn't know."


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