John Derbyshire

John Derbyshire

John Derbyshire (born June 3, 1945) is a writer who has contributed to various publications such as, until his 2012 firing, National Review

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  • Most people are not intellectuals — a fact that intellectuals have terrible trouble coming to terms with.
  • Pop culture is filth. It is now completely degenerate. Why do you never hear anyone humming a current pop song any more? Because none of them is hummable, or even worth bothering to remember. What is the main topic on TV sitcoms and "dramedies"? You know what. Why do you stand in the aisle in Blockbuster muttering to yourself: "There isn't a single damn movie in here I want to watch"? Because Hollywood produces nothing but crap, crap, crap. [1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Unpleasant Truths: A conservative view of the world today, John Derbyshire, National Review August 2, 2002

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