Andrew Harris wrote:
Oh, wow. There's like three levels of irony there. Well done, Keith.
Why I Love iTunes, Part 97: I hadn't actually thought about the song in question for ages
(it's called "Paul Cezanne," which has been performed by many folks over the years, among them the Washington Squares and Five Chinese Brothers, and the chorus goes "Cezanne, Cezanne / The father of cubism"), but after writing that post, I went to iTunes and downloaded it.
Living in the 21st century is just cool
Yeah, that's what I meant by "levels of irony". Five Chinese Brothers
is also the name of that children's book from the '30s that's FILLED
with the exact kind of racial stereotypes we've been talking about.
Damn. Now I have to go download that song too. I'm a huge Cezanne fan.