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Most groups of people who get tagged by history as a “generation” can be described in an easy, offhand way: as folks sort of the same age experiencing sort of the same things in sort of the same place, like the cast of “Cheers” or “Seinfeld” or “Friends.” I’m pretty sure—as a result of taking Modern Literature in college—that Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, Ford Madox Ford, Henry Miller and Ezra Pound were roommates in a big apartment on the Left Bank in Paris in the 1920s. (If not, I give this idea for a sitcom away for free to the reader.)


  1. Jonathan Webb says:

    Let me check into sponsorships and talk to my people. What kind of numbers were you thinking about for your side?

  2. Quin Finnegan says:

    Yeah, I laughed out loud when I read this paragraph yesterday. Good old P.J., funniest conservative writing other than Mark Steyn. Thanks for posting.

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