Noam Chomsky’s Day Off
Sir Roger is rather relieved that there appears to be at least one person who just might understand Sir Roger’s chronic inability to relax. And why.
Exhausted Noam Chomsky Just Going To Try And Enjoy The Day For Once
“I just want to lie in a hammock and have a nice relaxing morning,” said the outspoken anarcho-syndicalist academic, who first came to public attention with his breakthrough 1957 book Syntactic Structures. “The systems of control designed to manufacture consent among a largely ignorant public will still be there for me to worry about tomorrow. Today, I’m just going to kick back and enjoy some much-needed Noam Time.”
“No fighting against institutional racism, no exposing the legacies of colonialist ideologies still persistent today, no standing up to the widespread dissemination of misinformation and state-sanctioned propaganda,” Chomsky added. “Just a nice, cool breeze through an open window on a warm spring day.”
Dream on, NoCho!
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Posted: 11 May, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, fun, Language, Life, Literature, Media, politics and government, values.
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