An emailer sent me a hilarious snippet from the personal blog of Cato's vice president for international junketeering, hissy fitting, and slandering in which the psychotic one attacks this Web site once again by declaring that "there are no interesting people" in Auburn Alabama. Waaaaaaaa! In addition, says the sick one, there's no "culture" there, either. (He's never been to Auburn, of course).
Auburn is one of my favorite spots and yes, there is a culture there, but, admittedly, not one that would be agreeable to the "urbane, cosmopolitan" [T]Reason , magazine crowd, which celebrates the likes of Dennis Rodman, Madonna, Larry Flynt, and a book author who writes about having sex with animals as its cultural icons. D.C. and Hollywood are much more in tune with such cultural depravity.