Speaking of Collaboration, Here’s Another List McSweeney’s Didn’t Take (But Kindly).

November 17, 2010 § Leave a comment

Hipster Responses to National Tragedy

(A Wysong/Engel Joint.)

“Um, some of us never actually forgot the Alamo.”

“The British are coming? I saw them last summer in Brooklyn.”

“The Sago Mine explosion was pretty derivative. If you want a really deadly underground scene, check out the Black Cat.”

“Whatever, the Exxon Valdez is so hot right now.”

“Don’t you think the rocket’s red glare is kind of on its way out?”

“I prefer Fellini’s baroque approach to sexuality, which is why I think the Zapruder film is just trying too hard.”

“It’s been the same since 9/11 since 2003.”

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