Tuesday, July 25, 2006
The Modern Man should be like gold. How? Like this: hard, very very concentrated, a little soft, flexible, and shiny. Is this Fredrik Rheinfeldt? Yes, if he wasn’t so porous. He could really be shiny if he polished his head into a bronze glow with shoecream. I’m talking about Rheinfeldt now, not the Modern Man. The Man from Yesterday is Amalgam. Hard, holefilling, soon to be banned from Sweden, but would hold to his defence that he hasn’t been proved dangerous beyound reasonable doubt, and is still living well in Germany.