Social Media Strike Back: Universal Truths/Jane Austen edition

I had just been contemplating the implications of this radical new translation of the book of Job, when thanks to Brad DeLong, I encountered this rurther proof that in the eternal cage match between form and content, form takes pride of place, in this instance, the winner, without prejudice.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you….


That is all.

Image:  George Cruikshank, “Inconviences of a Crowded Drawing Room” 1818.

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