Satire is dead?   Leave a comment

In the words of hip-hop artist, Nas, “Hip-hop is dead.”

Good point. Whether or not you listen to hip-hop/rap, nothing puts the proverbial “nail in the coffin” like a genre’s not-as-celebrated artist.

Paul Krugman, in this New York Times article (let’s face it, I love New York, and I love Times) echoes that same sentiment, and pronounces, “Satire is Dead.”

Satire is dead? What gives him the right to say that? Check out the article, and you’ll see that the line, between satire and real-life arguments, is a little blurred… or dead.


Posted September 14, 2011 by justindcastillo in Uncategorized

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