Skip to comments.President Kong: Art Imitates Life
Posted on 12/12/2005 10:05:41 PM PST by WaterDragon
If Fay Wray had gone to Vermont and married King Kong, would their first child be named Gay Wray or Hong Kong? Well, no matter. It's too late for that, now. As the film proves, the giant gorilla is no longer, yet forever with us. But, left to us is the art vs. life discussion this tale always inspires. What do these symbols mean? Well, King Kong in this edition clearly represents Bill Clinton. He always wants his own way, likes to paw women and talks pure gibberish the whole time. And, the press is always on his trail. Clearly, the Fay Wray character in this version of the classic battle of the sexes story, is Hillary Clinton.
The clumsy monkey which bothers everybody in New York City, was found in Jurassic Park, which as we all know is located in South America, and is a jungle petting zoo for the children of cocaine workers. People in every version of this film always think they can cage the beast, but as elections in the Nineties, and press coverage since, have proven, they are foolish to keep believing this fantasy. No, the downfall of giganticus knuckledraggus can only be brought about by a woman. Feminists think this is a new tale, but it isn't. The oldest writings on the planet confirm that. Hillary is small potato(e)s, here. Helen of Troy had a face that launched a thousand ships in her direction. Hillary just caused a giant gorilla to climb the Empire State Building trying to get away. (The Empire State Building here is a metaphor for Harlem.)
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It's too late to make sense of this...either that or the author is a rambling idiot.
This was hysterical. I just had 10 pounds of stoneware fall on my foot from the top shelf and for the first time in the last hour I'm laughing my ass off instead of groaning at the damage to my foot...
Smashed. Nailed me edge on from about 7 feet up. I've got icepacks on and they aren't helping worth a damn. I've been writhing on the bed in agony for the last two hours.