The Supreme Court in its five-four wiseness has ruled that money is speech and therefore protected under the “free” clause. I rule that image is language and therefore commentable under the “thoughts on art and language” clause. And thus I find that no matter how Zuckerberg cloaks his t-shirt with coat-and-tie he still looks and feels and parses like an underage Ken Doll minted in Silicon Valley, callow, shallow, deer-caught-in-the-lights-eyed, unwrinkled, banged, you know the look, it’s all over Kardashistan, and I respect him all the less for not having achieved a diploma from Harvard, so he’s rich, yes I’m envious, and yes I continue to shun F’book like bad breath, like the only-slightly-less-evil twin of Twitter, and a pox-de-deux on both their goonytunes, not on Z’berg personally, I don’t even know him, but yes, hard feelings.
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