Categories Shallow Adventures in the Skin Trade, Vol. 2 Post author By guy Post date December 17, 2004 10 Comments on Adventures in the Skin Trade, Vol. 2 Wes Anderson (left) at “The Aviator” premiere and C. Montgomery Burns (right) ← An Exclusive Excerpt from the New Osama bin Laden Tape → Thanks Again to Lynndie England, Charles Graner, et. al. for Giving Everyone Who Hates America the Ultimate Christmas (or “Holiday”) Present 10 replies on “Adventures in the Skin Trade, Vol. 2” speaking of the aviator and montgomery burns, it’s hilarious how dead on his portrayal of howard hughes was in that casino episode back in the day. i wonder if leo watched the simpsons for inspiration… uncanny . . . brilliant. Ooh! Ooh! I have one – Which one’s Truman Capote? Considering what utter crap Wes Anderson’s movies are, maybe he IS evil like Mr. Burns. yeah this is pretty good— isn’t it great how our hard-earned academic training in reading images (i.e. art history) only really begins to pay off once we leave the field?? Wesssley, release the hounds…. “considering his films are so crap”………Oh the wit! the biting satire! Considering Jim is so stupid perhaps he should stick to commenting upon something he can understand…..like the taste of tinned beans. Wes is the genius of the small gesture and the strange motivations that we all have – back off! O thats funny! lol. But he is a good actor you got to give him prop’s for that. Dear Mr./Mrs. I am writing from Random House Mondadori, a publishing company in Barcelona, Spain. We are looking for a picture of Truman Capote for a book cover, do you have any? Thank you very much, Nuria Zaragoza Design department Random House Mondadori Travessera de Gràcia, 47-49 08021 Barcelona-Spain +34 933660409 [email protected] Comments are closed.