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Wednesday, January 27, A.D. 2016
Ellis Objects to the Happiness Patrol

Last month, Bret Easton Ellis penned an essay reflecting on our culture in The New York Times, “Bret Easton Ellis on Living in the Cult of Likability.” I recommend Ellis’ insights on the “reputation economy” and the stifling, inclusive blandness to which we are obliged to conform and pay hommage.

Posted by Joseph on Wednesday, January 27, A.D. 2016
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