Wednesday, July 04, 2007

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it weird that i love your brain? Sorry about that.

Anonymous said...

That is so true! And I love kitch, btw :)

littleandy said...

Funny, I didn't know that you use that word, too. Maybe there's no appropriate translation.

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Ken Houghton said...

The key is backwards. (kitsch > culture at all times)

geschwader said...

During a museum tour the guide explains, "Here you can see the statue of Minerva…".
"Excuse me, madam," a visitor interjects. "Who is that man behind her? Is he her husband?"
"No, Minerva wasn’t married: She was the goddess of wisdom."

kala said...

i really have to appreciate your creative work

Ravages/CC said...
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Ravages/CC said...

Er...I transposed the dates. Which led to my earlier comment.
Sorry about that.

ACM said...

I dunno -- is there ever "kitsch" in the actual era? I mean, what we consider kitschy from back then was really just normal, maybe fashionable, maybe novelty, but not kitsch. Now those same things are kitsch.

Of course, in 2007, there are new things designed to be self-consciously kitschy, but mostly by looking backward . . .

Ms .45 said...

What acm said. Really, both diagrams should be identical. Things that were perfectly reasonable in my childhood, I am distressed to learn are "kitsch" today. You young whippersnappers!

Insurance Phoenix, Phoenix Life Insurance said...

I need quite a bit more culture myself perhaps. I didn't get this one, sadly.

Christian Debt Reduction said...

I am not sure whether to be happy or sad. Were we better off in 1930?

 
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