Harvard University is going to be offering a class about The Wire as a study in American poverty. As if that’s going to help anyone take back the towers.
Yall talking bout steel and concrete, man. Steel and fuckin concrete.
Lesson 1: How to use the word “Fuck” and have it mean anything/everything.
Is Bunny going to teach it?
Pandemic! I got ya Pandemic right here!
So, does this class on “American Poverty” bring up the fact that they are all rich people paying a rich person to talk to them about a TV show for half a year? Because I really think this subject is important to the outcome of the class.
That sounds advanced. I just flunked out of Intro to True Blood at the clown college here in San Francisco, so it’s probably not for me. Oh well, guess I’ll just head outside and try to flip this g-pack intstead.
Whenever I think about The Wire I think about my two favorite scenes:
1) Bunk burning his clothes, because they smell like pussy.
2) McNulty getting it on with the diner waitress who served him his scrapple after his drunken car mishap.
I love the idea of people paying an exorbitant amount of money to discuss these scenes in a classroom like environment.
Are there any colleges that offer a class that will make me better at doing the Clay Davis “sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-it” ?
Did you know radio stations are different outside of Baltimore? Weird.
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