Shallow Versus

The indiscreet charms of the bourgeoisie

WHICH set of former has-beens-that-never-were returned to the glare of the spotlight earlier this month? WHO reissued their most prominent document of fame and fortune yet, in what is either the ultimate comeback or merely another attempt to cash in on the zeitgeist of bourgeoisie socialism? WHAT makes this sort of bougie urban politicism that far removed from an overriding cultural interest in Jessica Simpson’s techniques for obtaining a bikini-worthy body?
Unrelatedly, Maer Roshan’s Radar project is out anew this month.
And, hey, you know what? Our tried-and-true “This looks like this, which is like that, which is like this” routine never ends! We’ll be here all week.
(with thanks to Adit Nathan)

3 replies on “The indiscreet charms of the bourgeoisie”

I’m just annoyed that the “sew loyalty when they’re young, reap it when they’re chronically unemployed but still have enough savings left to buy the reissue of their favorite record from when they were 9 years old” marketing tactic applies even to me.
Radar can bite my ass, though.
Unless they’d like to hire me.

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