I'm mostly wondering when that cosmo will get here. Christ, the service in this place!
My first reaction was, "Hey, great, McDonald's delivers now?" Though it was almost as much fun to imagine the thought process that went into, "With $5.4 million to spend on an apartment, I think I'll choose the one next door to a McDonald's."
New York magazine cover story in 3, 2, 1...
Far be it from me to puncture anyone's vigilante fantasies, but rude behavior has been around in the theater ever since Thespis stepped out of the chorus line. Do we really want to give approval to violent assault as a reaction to bad manners?
And before you say it, no, I hate cell phones in the theater too, and I mostly go to the opera where you can really, really hear the ringing in the acoustical environment. But part of being a grown-up, besides being able to drink as much as you want and fuck whoever you can talk into going to bed with you, is having to live in society, which means you don't get to punch out everyone you disagree with.
This guy's a thug and a showoff, and that's assuming he's telling the truth. Since he's writing for NRO, that's a pretty huge leap of faith.
It is always heart-warming to see one entitled white gay media figure standing up for another of his kind.
This is transparently a stealth ad for the return of Arrested Development, because it's a throwaway Lucille Bluth joke, right?
Queens. Just the one word: Queens.
"Every day is children's day."
You'll be laughing out of the other side of your face when you're unemployed and Miss Dudgeon has a cushy job as a minor character in a Dickens novel.
The up side of this piece is the author didn't have to go to the trouble of making travel reservations, going through passport control and figuring out how to get to the Airbnb apartment in order to act smug and patronizing about the other.