Sunday, August 12, 2007

In Memory: Thomas Mann

Today is Sunday, 12 August 2007.

The Museum of the Bourgoeis is, of course, fundamentally, as it were, opposed to all forms of propaganda.

That said, HH can't help himself: he must share this classic of Donald Duck jingoistic anti-fascism, which he recalls fondly from his callow youth.



HH thinks Thomas Mann, who died on this day in 1955, and whom HH reveres, would, in his stilted and stuffy way, find Mr. Duck hilarious.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Stella D. said...

I join with you in being generally opposed to propaganda. That being said: Hurray, Donald!

12:41 PM  

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