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Thursday, June 14, 2007

 

Woody Paige in a Nutshell

Never read Woody Paige's column and want to read one sentence that sums up his weird, tortured, strained, quasi-erudite attempts at wit? Okay.

Englishman Guy Fawkes was stopped during the reign of the original King James, but Frenchman Tony Parker can't be stopped by the latest King James and his court jesters.

I love that to make the tenuous connection between Guy Fawkes and Tony Parker, he (a) cites their countries of origin, as if to say, "They're both European!" and (b) he has to use the catch-all participle "stopped" to represent both being hanged for treason and terrorism, and like driving the lane for an easy two.

Also he throws in "court jesters" as a bonus pun, even though it hurts the King James-King James trope.

Suffice it to say, none of this is relevant to anything else in the article.

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